3 bedroom cottage for saleHollies Farm Close, Stanton-By-Bridge
- Impressively Extended Barn Conversion
- Three Double Bedrooms + En Suite
- Breakfast Kitchen + Utility Room
- Large Beamed Sitting Room
- Dining Room
- Family Room
- Victorian-Style Conservatory
- Spacious Jack and Jill Modern Bathroom
- Lawned Garden + Summer House and Open Views
* IMPRESSIVELY EXTENDED in the 1980s, this DECEPTIVELY SPACIOUS THREE DOUBLE-BEDROOMED BARN CONVERSION must be viewed internally to fully appreciate the size of the accommodation on offer. The family home enjoys commanding far-reaching views from the lawned rear garden looking towards Swarkestone Bridge. The sizeable extension adds a good-sized beamed sitting room, a family room and a master bedroom suite. A look inside reveals, on the ground floor: an entrance hall, breakfast kitchen with adjoining utility room, guest cloakroom/w.c., a superb dining room with steps down to the large sitting room, and glazed doors to the family room and the Victorian-style conservatory. On the first floor, you'll find: a spacious master bedroom with en suite shower room, a guest bedroom with modern four-piece Jack-and Jill bathroom, and a further generous bedroom with a range of fitted wardrobes. There's a 20ft. single garage to the front with a useful storage room above and off-road parking for two cars. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and planted with a variety of shrubs. There's also an octagonal wooden summerhouse positioned to take advantage of the wonderful open countryside views. We anticipate a great deal of interest in this individual barn conversion, and respectfully suggest viewing at your earliest convenience. Our NEWTON FALLOWELL office at Melbourne will be pleased to arrange an appointment for you.
The Location - The hamlet of Stanton by Bridge lies close to Swarkestone which is a small picturesque village just under six miles south of Derby and about three miles from the Georgian town of Melbourne. The ancient bridge and causeway date back to medieval times and span the River Trent; and with 29 arches and at just under a mile long, is believed to be the longest in England. The river is less than a mile away and is popular with local fishermen for barbel, roach, dace and the occasional pike. The Trent and Mersey canal is frequented by both boatmen and hikers alike. The local sailing club (with excellent facilities for disabled members) can be reached by car within a few minutes. The ever-popular Chellaston Academy for boys and girls is conveniently placed just over two miles away. There is easy access to the A50 and onwards to the M1 and M42 motorways.
Victorian-Style Conservatory - 13'7''x 9'1'' - A Victorian-style conservatory constructed with hardwood double glazed windows and doors, and a vaulted roof. Exposed brick and stone-built walls. Power points and lighting. Twin glazed doors to the family room. A half-glazed door to the front elevation.
Beamed Sitting Room - 16'2''x 14'7'' - This room and the adjoining family room are extensions to the original property: A large beamed living room with a stylish cast iron wood-burning stove resting on a black slate hearth. Exposed ceiling beams, concealed radiator, TV aerial point, four wall lights and a feature double glazed bow window overlooking the rear garden and open views beyond. A glazed door to the family room.
Family Room / Office - 13'6''x 13'4'' - Another good-sized room. With a central heating radiator, telephone point and twin glazed doors to the conservatory. A UPVC double glazed rear window and a glazed exit door to the garden.
First Floor Accommodation -
Long Landing - 24ft (7.3m) long. With access to the roof storage space, a radiator, a UPVC double glazed rear window and white panelled doors to the three double bedrooms and the Jack-and-Jill bathroom.
Master Bedroom - 12'9''+ wardrobes x 12'4'' - Fitted with a range of wardrobes along one wall including a dressing table with concealed lighting. A radiator behind a decorative cover, and a UPVC double glazed window enjoying commanding views over the rear garden and open countryside towards Swarkestone Bridge. A door to the adjoining en suite.
En Suite Shower Room - Comprising: a shower cubicle with electric power shower and glazed doors, pedestal wash hand basin and a dual-flush toilet. Part-tiled walls and a tiled floor, radiator, electric shaver point and two wall mirrors.
Guest Bedroom Two - 16'7''x 9'3'' - With two central heating radiators and dual-aspect UPVC double glazed windows to the front and rear elevations. A door to the en suite Jack-and-Jill bathroom.
About The Property - * IMPRESSIVELY EXTENDED in the 1980s, this DECEPTIVELY SPACIOUS THREE DOUBLE-BEDROOM BARN CONVERSION must be viewed internally to fully appreciate the size of the accommodation on offer. The family home enjoys commanding far-reaching views from the lawned rear garden looking towards Swarkestone Bridge. The sizeable extension adds a good-sized beamed sitting room, a family room and a master bedroom suite. A look inside reveals, on the ground floor: an entrance hall, breakfast kitchen with adjoining utility room, guest cloakroom/w.c., a superb dining room with steps down to the large sitting room, and glazed doors to the family room and the Victorian-style conservatory. On the first floor, you'll find: a spacious master bedroom with en suite shower room, a guest bedroom with modern four-piece Jack-and Jill bathroom, and a further generous bedroom with a range of fitted wardrobes. There's a 20ft. single garage to the front with a useful storage room above and off-road parking for two cars. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and planted with a variety of shrubs. There's also an octagonal wooden summerhouse positioned to take advantage of the wonderful open countryside views. We anticipate a great deal of interest in this individual barn conversion, and respectfully suggest viewing at your earliest convenience. Our NEWTON FALLOWELL office at Melbourne will be pleased to arrange an appointment for you.
Four-Piece Jack-And-Jill Bathroom - 11'2''+ door recess x 7'9''+ shower - A large modern bathroom also accessed from the landing. Comprising: a corner panelled bath with separate hot and cold taps, a good-sized shower cubicle with mains-fed thermostatically-controlled shower, a vanity wash hand basin with cupboards under, and a low-flush toilet with a concealed cistern. Laminate tile-effect flooring, a chrome ladder-style towel radiator, electric shaver point, recessed ceiling lights and an extractor fan. A UPVC double glazed opaque front window.
Double Bedroom Three - 11'5''x 9'8''+ wardrobes - A generous third bedroom fitted with a range of high-gloss wardrobes. A central heating radiator, telephone point, access to the roof space, and a UPVC double glazed front window.
Front And Parking - There's parking for one car in front of the garage and a further parking space down the side. Steps ascend to a block-paved area by the front entrance door.
Two-Storey Garage With Storage Room - 20'2''x 9'0'' - A larger-than-average two-storey garage (as part of a two car garage block) with access from the rear to a useful storage room above. There's an up-and-over door, power and lighting and a workbench. Pedestrian access to the rear garden from the other side of the property.
Rear Garden - A good-sized private lawned garden enjoying stunning rear views overlooking open countryside towards Swarkestone Bridge. There's a superb octagonal-shaped timber summerhouse, a variety of shrubs and trees, and stone-built walls and hedging to the boundaries.
And Finally... - A charming, deceptively spacious barn conversion nestled in a stunning tucked-away location on the edge of the hamlet - with easy access to nearby Melbourne, and further afield, the bustling city of Derby.
Accommodation In Detail - The barn conversion is nestled on the edge of Stanton-By-Bridge village, and is set back from the lane behind a courtyard shared with just a handful of similar properties. The entrance door is to the left of the garage block in the bottom right hand corner, and reached by steps.
Right Of Way - We understand from the vendors that the property has right of way access over part of the farm track that lies to the rear of the house.
How To Get There - From our NEWTON FALLOWELL office in the heart of MELBOURNE: Turn left into Market Place and continue into Derby Road. Follow this road for half a mile and, at the T-junction, turn right onto the B587 which becomes the A514 road to Derby. Follow this road for a mile or so to the hamlet of Stanton by Bridge (before Swarkestone Bridge) and turn left at The Green into Ingleby Road. Continue along this lane for about 250 metres and the property (number three) can be found on the right hand side, in the bottom right corner of the shared access courtyard. Please note: there is NO 'For Sale' board outside the property. POST CODE for SAT NAVS: DE73 7GD.
Please Note: - SERVICES: All mains are connected - except gas. The central heating is fuelled by bottled LPG gas. The services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by Newton Fallowell and no guarantee as to their operating ability or their efficiency can be given. TENURE: Freehold - with vacant possession on completion. Newton Fallowell recommends that purchasers satisfy themselves as to the tenure of this property and we recommend they consult a legal representative such as a solicitor appointed in their purchase. MEASUREMENTS: Please note that room sizes are quoted in metres to the nearest tenth of a metre measured from wall to wall. The imperial equivalent is included as an approximate guide for applicants not fully conversant with the metric system. Room measurements are included as a guide to room sizes and are not intended to be used when ordering carpets or flooring. VIEWING: By strict appointment through the selling agent. DISCLAIMER: The details contained within these sales particulars are based on information supplied by the vendor and have not been verified by the agent.
Vaulted Pillaried Porch - With a quarry tiled floor. A half-glazed entrance door opens into the:
Reception Hall - With quarry tiled flooring, an attractive oak spindle stair case rising to the first floor accommodation, twin doors to a useful under-stairs storage cupboard, and doors leading directly to the dining room and the breakfast kitchen.
Guest Cloakroom / W.C. - Comprising: a vanity wash hand basin and a dual-flush toilet with a concealed cistern. Quarry tiled floor, part-tiled walls and a UPVC double glazed opaque rear window.
Breakfast Kitchen - 13'4''x 8'8'' - Fitted with a range of base and drawer units and matching wall cupboards. There's an inset stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, and roll-edged worktops and tiled splashbacks. An inset four-burner LPG gas hob with overhead extractor hood and a built-in electric oven. A freestanding dishwasher under the worktop, space for a table and chairs, a quarry tiled floor continuous from the entrance hall, a UPVC double glazed front window and a glazed front exit door. Bi-fold doors to the utility room.
Utility Room - 9'3''x 6'4'' - With an inset stainless steel sink and drainer and mixer tap. Roll-edged worktops, space for a fridge. Two built-in tall cupboards and two extra wall cupboards. Vinyl flooring, louvre doors to a wall cupboard housing the Glow-worm combi LPG gas boiler. A UPVC double glazed window and a half-glazed rear exit door to the garden.
Spacious Dining Room - 15'1''x 11'9'' - From the entrance hall: with a concealed radiator behind a decorative cover, and a UPVC double glazed rear window. Open plan and steps down to the sitting room. Doors to the family room and the conservatory.
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