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5 bedroom barn conversion for sale

WELLINGTON, Wellington Hereford, Hereford

£500,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed barn conversion
  • Stunning original features
  • 5 lovely, spacious bedrooms
  • Spacious yet intimate open plan style
  • Planning permission to extend
  • Garden, parking

Full description

Once a pair of dilapidated 17th and 18th century solid Grade II Listed oak cow barns, this former farmhouse has been turned into an impressive five bedroom family home in a central village location. Part designed by architect George Clarke of Channel 4's 'Restoration Man' and full of incredible features. DON'T MISS IT.

Introduction - Part designed by architect George Clarke of Channel 4's 'Restoration Man' with a stunning kaleidoscope of quality details ensure this detached five bedroom property is a MUST NOT MISS opportunity for you.

With over 300m of light and spacious accommodation with open plan living where all the traditional features of a barn conversion have been intertwined with contemporary design and modern comforts to ensure this beautiful home is a real show stopper.

Property Description - Featured on TVs The Restoration Man and with a glossy magazine spread detailing the exquisite taste of the interiors, this is a home that has been designed from scratch by the owners to be provide both a super space for entertaining and a relaxing environment for family life.
With a kitchen created by Roundhouse Design and innovative concepts such as polished concrete, a Border Oak frame, an array of beautiful ancient oak and a stunning collection of wow factor wallpapers and wall art. You know from the moment you walk into the cavernous reception hall with the solid oak front door with an attractive side panel, double height vaulted ceiling and spiral staircase that you have entered a quality property bursting with interesting features and lots of space.
The ground floor has a polished concrete floor throughout with under floor heating; ensuring it stays warm and inviting. Straight ahead of you is the open plan living / dining / kitchen. This room is over 12 metres long and 5 metres wide with distinct zones, firstly a walkway takes you past the sunken living room area which feels cosy and brings an ambient atmosphere. Sitting in the corner between the living and dining areas is an attractive Heta woodburner which heats up the whole area really quickly.
The dining area has bi-fold doors to one side leading to a patio area ideal for al fresco dining) making it a really light and airy space with a part vaulted ceiling and links naturally to the kitchen. This is a real focal point for family life and reflects the stylish restoration of the building.
With a huge array of matt grey units, concrete worktops which were poured in-situ, a range of Neff appliances and a Famec extractor fan offer a productive cooking space with patio doors onto the main garden area.

In addition to the open plan area the ground floor also provides a huge utility room with plumbing for a washing machine, the boiler and hot water cylinder, a walk in storage cupboard plus a spacious and attractive cloakroom with circular wash basin set on an oak stand, low flush WC and an eclectic feature wallpaper. There is also a ground floor guest double bedroom with dressing area and large ensuite with a two piece white suite including a walk in spacious shower.

The spiral staircase leads up to a fantastic gallery landing with an unusual and interesting suspended bridge with a fantastic vaulted ceiling showcasing the stunning original beams. From here are two large double bedrooms, each with vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, dressing areas and the ability to create an en-suite in each. (The area is sectioned off with all necessary plumbing and electrics ready for connection). From the walkway an opening leads into the large Study area with space for both a sofa and somewhere to work or indulge a hobby. There is again a vaulted ceiling and gallery landing feature overlooking one end of the dining room. Here is a further double bedroom with recessed wardrobe plus a stunning bathroom with contemporary features including a bath with shower over, wide sink unit, WC and stainless steel towel rail. The main bedroom is a superb room, positioned in the gable end with a vaulted ceiling showcasing the beams with huge glass panels. There is a recessed large dressing area plus an area sectioned off ready with all necessary plumbing and electrics for connection to create a fantastic ensuite.

This super home cleverly brings the original feel of the barn and its materials into the new design and successfully marries the old with the new creating a modern industrial look that retains a feeling of warmth, comfort, space and light with so many interesting angles and components that intertwine and leave you wanting to talk about the house for ages after leaving it. This is its impressive legacy and we are sure

Garden & Parking - Approached via a shared gravelled driveway onto a private gravelled parking area where there is space for 4-5 vehicles. The main garden is enclosed by a brick wall and fencing and has been laid to lawn with a gravelled patio area. To the far side of the property is a south facing patio area with access to the house via bi folding doors.

Services - All mains services are connected to the property. Council Tax Band G.

Agents Notes - There is planning permission to extend off the living room area to create a snug/ playroom / study area. Details can be provided.

Directions - From the A49 take the main turn into Wellington village, proceed past the school, just after the church turn left into a farmyard and the property is straight ahead of you.

THE PROPERTY MISDESCRIPTIONS ACT 1991 We endeavour to ensure that the details contained in our brochure are correct through making detailed enquiries of the owner but they are not guaranteed. The agents have not tested any appliance, equipment, fixture, fitting or service and have not seen the title deeds to confirm tenure. All measurements are quoted to the nearest 1/10 metre. All liability in negligence of otherwise for any loss arising from the use of these particulars is hereby excluded.
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