3 bedroom barn conversion for saleUpper Street, Defford, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR8
Sold STC £300,000
Entrance Hall, Downstairs W.C & Cloaks. Kitchen Diner With Lounge & Snug Area, Two Good Sized Double Bedrooms, Another Single Bedroom & Family Bathroom Upstairs. Off Road Parking & Rear Garden. Approx. 1,281 Sq. Ft. EPC = D.
Situation: This delightfully modern barn conversation is located within the popular semi-rural village of Defford approx. 3.5 miles from Pershore Town. Situated within a good sized plot with side-on frontage and gated garden accommodation. This warm home has oil fired central heating and gets ample heat from the efficient log burner. Wood Store to the side and a gravel driveway. This home is quirky and characterful and cannot be fully appreciated without seeing for yourself.
The property is entered through a wooden partially glazed door into the entrance hall.
Entrance Hall: Wooden block flooring, a usable open space and the entrance hall offers under-stairs storage, neutrally decorated a bright space to welcome people in, wall mounted radiator. Off the entrance hall is a door leading to the downstairs W.C.
Downstairs W.C.: With hand wash basin, obscure double glazed window to side elevation and wooden block flooring.
Kitchen Diner: 4.78m max x 4.47m (15'8" x 14'8") Large fitted kitchen/diner with Corian work surfaces. Built-in Indesit four ring hob and Cooke and Lewis extractor fan, ample wall-mounted storage cupboards and drawers and cupboards below work surface. Tiled splash back, double sink and drainer, space and plumbing for freestanding washing machine, dishwasher, integral double oven, having space for a large dining room table and space for eight chairs. Space for freestanding fridge / freezer, TV aerial point and additional storage space. A useable bright room with views out to the rear garden, a single stable door partially glazed leads out to the rear patio and the kitchen also is the location for the boiler.
Lounge/Snug: 5.46m max x 4.98m max (17'11" x 16'4") The lounge is a split level room with a versatile snug space to the top of the steps which could be used as a study or play area, three steps lead down into the lower part of the lounge. This room is quirky and bright with characterful original beams, open brick pillars and Villager log burner with tiled hearth and brick surround. Neutrally decorated with cream carpet, two double glazed windows overlooking the front elevation and a large double glazed window from the snug area looks out over to the driveway.
Open plan stairs lead from the entrance hall to the first floor.
First Floor Accommodation.
Master Bedroom: 4.37m max x 4.8m into eaves (14'4" x 15'9") This first bedroom is a good king size room with space for dressing area, characterful positioning within the eaves and offers a delightful view to Bredon Hill. Large double glazed window overlooks the rear garden allowing for ample natural light.
Family Bathroom: 2.24m max x 2.29m max (7'4" x 7'6") Three piece cream suite offering W.C., hand wash basin, bath, tiled splash back, wall mounted shower, characterful beam and use of the eaves in this room. Large obscured window, lino flooring, shaver point above mirror, extractor fan and wall-mounted radiator.
Bedroom Two: 2.97m max x 4.42m (9'9" x 14'6") From the upstairs landing there are four steps leading down into bedroom two. This room is nice sized double with two separate built-in wardrobes, wall mounted radiator, neutral carpet, consistent beams, a spacious high ceiling and large double glazed window to the front of the property. This room is a quirky bright bedroom.
Bedroom Three: 2.7m max x 2.54m max (8'10" x 8'4") Good size single room offering character and a large double glazed window, space for wardrobe.
Outside: A beautifully maintained and landscaped garden, being a private garden with lawn area, mature trees and shrubs to borders plus a vegetable patch. Patio, two separate alfresco dining spaces. The property from this angle is a very pretty home and also has a space for a greenhouse, garden store shed and another large shed. The large second shed is fully insulated and with electric and lighting, and is currently used as a garden office and offers a versatile space for study/play/garden room. These furnishings may be available by separate negotiation along with other items of furniture. There is off-road parking for at least two cars, gravelled driveway and gated access to the rear garden. Offering a safe space for children or pets. There is an oil tank situated behind a secure gate to the left of the property. There is additional gated side access to the left hand side of the property which acts as a useful bin store and accommodates the oil tank.
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