4 bedroom barn conversion for saleNr Nantwich, Cheshire
Guide Price £550,000
- 6 New Barn Conversions
- NO CHAIN
- Gardens / Paddocks
- High Spec
- Brine Leas Catchment
- EPC Rating: TBC
An exclusive Courtyard Development of 6 high spec Barn Conversions, (just 3 remaining) enjoying an idyllic location with distant views in a renowned rural location, convenient for both the market town of Nantwich & the beautiful village of Audlem.
Now completed & available for occupation. The idyllic conservation village of Audlem is just three miles away to the south of Brine Hall Barns and boasts a number of shops, cafes and local pubs, as well as a bustling events calendar that includes the annual Party on the Park & the Festival of Transport.
To the north lies the historic market town of Nantwich, where winding streets, hidden alleys, tempting cafes and intriguing shops are just waiting to be explored. Brine Hall Barns is situated halfway between these two vibrant locations, within the catchment area of the renowned Brine Leas School (bus stop close to the barns), as well as a number of other good schools and colleges to choose from.
The high specification barns are sure to impress & we recommend early viewing. NO CHAIN.
SPECIFICATIONS & GENERAL REMARKS:- They are freehold sales with a 1/6 share in the brine hall Management company.
> The managment fee is estimated at £45 pm, which covers:-.
> Septic tanks being emptied
> Lighting to courtyard
> Gardening service for courtyard and shared area, keeping the road
> areas tidy and topped up with stone Electric gates, power ect
> Insurance Accountancy
> All barns have underfloor heating
> 10 year warranty CRL
> Instant hot water taps
> Cat6 wiring to all rooms
> Tv points to all rooms
> The barns are only 6 mins from nantwich and walking distance to the marina on Coole lane which has shop and cafe and summer boat service to Audlem.
DIRECTIONS Proceed out of Nantwich along the A530 (Whitchurch Road), past Shrewbridge Lake on your right hand side. Take the next turn left into Coole Lane and continue for approx. 2.2 miles. A red post box will be observed on the left hand side, just before the left turning which gives access to the property at the rear.
LOCATION Brine Hall Barns is located in the beautiful rural area of Coole Pilate, halfway between Audlem and Nantwich in the heart of the rolling Cheshire Countryside.
The idyllic conservation village of Audlem is just three miles away to the south of Brine Hall Barns and boasts a number of shops, cafes and local pubs, as well as a bustling events calendar that includes the annual Party on the Park and the Festival of Transport.
To the north lies the historic market town of Nantwich, where winding streets, hidden alleys, tempting cafes and intriguing shops are just waiting to be explored.
Brine Hall Barns is situated halfway between these two vibrant locations, within the catchment area of the renowned Brine Leas School, as well as a number of other good schools and colleges to choose from.
NANTWICH (APPROX. 3 MILES) Nantwich is a charming market town set beside the River Weaver with a rich history, a wide range of over 250 speciality shops & 4 supermarkets. In Cheshire, Nantwich is second only to Chester in its wealth of historic buildings. The High Street has many of the town's finest buildings, including the Queen's Aide House and The Crown Hotel built in 1585. Four major motorways which cross Cheshire ensure fast access to the key commercial centres of Britain and are linked to Nantwich by the new A500 Link Road. Manchester Airport, one of Europe's busiest and fastest developing, is within a 45 minute drive of Nantwich. Frequent trains from Crewe railway station link Cheshire to London-Euston in only 1hr 30mins. Manchester and Liverpool offer alternative big city entertainment. Internationally famous football teams, theatres and concert halls are just some of the many attractions.
AUDLEM (APPROX. 3 MILES) Audlem is an attractive, extremely well serviced award-winning country village, the centre of which is designated as a Conservation Area, well known for its Church dating back to 1279. Audlem has a medical practice, chemist, primary school, play group, three public houses and a range of shops including a Post Office. It is also the location of 15 locks on the Shropshire Union Canal. Approx distances: Nantwich 6 Miles, Crewe 10 miles, Manchester 40 Minutes, Walled City of Chester 26 miles, Newcastle Under Lyme 14 miles, Telford 25 miles, Shrewsbury 25 miles, M6 motorway - Junction 16- 10 miles. In a county considered as prosperous as Cheshire, a village as well serviced as Audlem may become complacent about the services & facilities it provides but, it has demonstrated that it certainly doesn't take its facilities for granted. Annual events in the Village include a Transport Festival, Music & Arts Festival and Open Gardens Weekend.
Recent Awards won by Audlem Village: Regional title for North England as well as overall award for Building Community Life (sponsored by DEFRA-Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs) in the 2005 Calor Village of the Year. The Village has also won the award for 'Most Vibrant Village in Cheshire' & the 'Building Community Life' title.
THE ACCOMMODATION: With approximate dimensions, comprises:-
ENTRANCE HALL Solid timber entrance door with glazed panel. Recessed ceiling spotlights, wall mounted cupboard housing electricals etc., under floor heating.
CLOAKS/CUPBOARD Recessed ceiling spotlight (automatic), cupboard housing underfloor heating controls.
WC Low level WC, under mounted wash hand basin with an attractive three drawer vanity unity, recessed ceiling spotlights, extractor fan, wood effect tiled floor with under floor heating.
FORMAL DINING ROOM Ceiling light point, 2 exposed ceiling beams, solid oak floor with under floor heating, double glazed window to rear.
LIVING ROOM A superb well proportioned room with 3 ceiling light points, double glazed window to rear, double glazed full height window to front with a pleasant view of the courtyard, TV point, telephone point, feature exposed brick fireplace with oak mantel.
KITCHEN DINING FAMILY ROOM An exceptional space with ample space for both entertaining and everyday living.
Recessed ceiling spotlights, 2 double glazed windows to rear, double glazed window to side. Double glazed door providing garden access. Beautiful tile floor with underfloor heating, TV points, attractive part vaulted ceiling. Ample space for table, chairs and furniture etc.
Kitchen: comprehensively well equipped with cream coloured wall, base and drawer units incorporating breakfast peninsula, with contemporary door furniture. Granite worktop, under mounted Belfast style sink with chrome mixer tap. Pantry cupboard, under unit lighting. Appliances include: 'Neff Schott Ceran' induction hob with extractor over, 'Neff' eye level double oven/grill, 'CDA' dishwasher, wine chiller. Doors to Utility Room and Entrance Hall.
UTILITY ROOM Cream coloured base cupboards with granite worktop and under mounted sink. Two wall mounted cupboards, recessed ceiling spot lights, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, extractor fan, continuation of tiled floor with underfloor heating. Stable door to Garden.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING: Recessed ceiling spotlights, radiator, 'Keylite' skylight, exposed ceiling beam.
MASTER BEDROOM ONE Two ceiling light points, TV and telephone points, circular double glazed window to side, double glazed window to rear, 'Keylite' skylight, radiator, walk in wardrobe with light. Door to Ensuite.
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM Large shower with sliding door, mains large shower head and separate hand held attachment, inset feature back lit recesses, low level WC, undermounted wash hand basin to 2 drawer chic dark grey coloured vanity unit, chrome ladder radiator, recessed ceiling spotlights, Xpelair, part tiled walls, wood effect floor and under floor heating.
BEDROOM THREE Ceiling light point, exposed ceiling beam, double glazed window to rear, TV point, radiator.
BATHROOM Double end bath with central wall mounted mixer tap, feature tiled wall, undermounted wash hand basin with mixer tap by cream coloured vanity unit, 'Keylite' skylight, part tiled walls, chrome ladder radiator, shaver point, wood effect laminate floor.
BEDROOM TWO Ceiling light point, exposed ceiling beam, radiator, double glazed window to rear, TV point.
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM Large shower with sliding door, mains large 'rainfall' effect shower head and separate hand held attachment, low level WC, chrome ladder radiator, recessed ceiling spotlights, wall mounted mirror with inset lighting, wash hand basin undermounted by cream coloured vanity unit, part tiled walls, Xpelair, wood effect floor.
BEDROOM FOUR Ceiling light point, 'Keylite' skylight, exposed ceiling beam, radiator, TV point, built in wardrobe with ceiling light point.
EPC RATING: TBC
COUNCIL TAX BAND: TBC
SERVICES All mains services are either connected or available locally (subject to statutory undertakers costs & conditions).
NOTE: No tests have been made of electrical, water, drainage and heating systems and associated appliances, nor confirmation obtained from the statutory bodies of the presence of these services.
TENURE Presumed Freehold with vacant possession upon completion (Subject to Contract).
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