4 bedroom barn conversion for saleCommon Farm, Crown Lane, Iverley, DY8
An Impeccably Presented Family Sized Barn Conversion In A Highly Prized And Accessible Location Near Blakedown. EPC = B, 1776 Sq. Ft.
Situation: Iverley is a historic and diverse settlement close to the popular village of Churchill which boasts a golf club, village shops (including Post Office) and public houses. Hagley is also nearby and has a more varied retail outlets, along with a railway station with direct links to Birmingham and Worcester and the national network beyond.
For a more complex and diverse range of social, retail and leisure facilities nearby Birmingham city centre 15 miles, Kidderminster 5 miles and Stourbridge 3 miles.
The Property falls into the catchment for Blakedown Church of England Primary School which then feeds into the well regarded Haybridge High School in Hagley. For fee paying schools the property is ideally located for Bromsgrove School and Old Swinford Hospital School. Further afield but still accessible is Kings School Worcester and RGS also in Worcester.
Description: Swallow Barn is a beautifully presented barn conversion which was converted in the last 24 months. It offers diverse family living amongst a characteristic property. It is entered off a deep gravel driveway with parking and then into a spacious reception hall with W.C. and stairs to first floor. Immediately opposite are double doors which open up into a dining room, although the current owners use as a study and have had cupboards built-in into a recess. There is a nice window over the gardens. To one side of the reception hall is the spacious lounge which covers the full width of the property and has a log burning stove set into a recessed hearth and French doors open up onto a terrace area in the rear gardens. To the other side of the reception hall is the stunning kitchen / breakfast room which has floor and wall mounted kitchen units with a range of integrated appliances. The kitchen has a Corian work surface as well has a 1 ½ sink with mixer tap and an adaption hose above. Centrally positioned to one end of the kitchen is a stainless steel gas range cooker with metal extractor fan above. There is a characterful door set within a redbrick surround and then there are white Porcelanosa tiles on the floor.
A staircase rises to the first floor landing where there is
an airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and family bathroom. There are four bedrooms to the first floor which includes the master bedroom with a vaulted ceiling, exposed beams with en suite shower room with W.C. and hand wash basin. There is also a door from the master bedroom onto the historic redbrick steps which take you down onto the rear garden.
Outside, the property is approached from country lanes onto a private driveway and then onto a deep gravel driveway offering parking for many vehicles and there is a lawn area to the front of the property as well as a substantial detached double garage. To the rear of the property there is an enclosed garden which is predominately laid to lawn with young borders waiting to mature. To one end there is also another garden area with a raised decking area ideal for alfresco dining.
Local Authority: Wyre Forest District Council
Tax banding F. (For the period 2015/16 payable £2,280.97)
Services: Mains electricity and Water. LPG central heating. Private drainage. Broadband available. Security system.
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