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3 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Kimbolton, Herefordshire, HR6

Removed £399,950

Property Description

Key features

  • A Superb Stone Barn Conversion
  • Lovely Countryside Location
  • Beautifully presented
  • Underfloor Heating
  • Three Spacious Double Bedrooms
  • Stunning Open Plan Kitchen/Living Space
  • No Chain

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A Superb Stone Barn Conversion in an Idyllic Rural Area close to the Herefordshire Village of Kimbolton.

The Granary is situated in a lovely rural location close to the popular village of Kimbolton, 0.3 miles, with a primary school, church and public house. The nearby scenic border countryside is well worth exploring as is the Black and White Village Trail which includes the picturesque villages of Pembridge, Weobley and Eardisland. Less than 4 miles distant is the market town of Leominster where there is a good range of shopping, secondary schooling, surgery, library and sporting facilities. The historic Cathedral city of Hereford, 16 miles, is within easy commuting distance and has extensive services including theatre, independent school, leisure centres, hospital, and retail centre. Ludlow with its castle, restaurants and cultural events is just under 10 miles distant. Rail links to London Paddington and Birmingham New Street can be found at Leominster and access to the motorway network is via the M50 near Ross-on-Wye, 27 miles distance or M5 Worcester, 30 miles.

The property is approached from the lane onto the gravel drive with ample parking for several cars. The garden to the front enjoys a private aspect and is lawn with borders of traditional stone walls and a mixed hedge. There is a decorative stoned patio area affording privacy and an ideal space for outside entertaining. There is also a useful garage/storage room.  

Council Tax Band: D, Herefordshire County Council
Mains water (metered), mains electricity and Bio disc drainage, Under Floor Heating, Super Fast Broadband Available 

The Granary is a beautiful, attached stone built barn conversion with origins dating back to the 18th century. With private gardens and lovely pastoral outlook this property is a stunning home. Quality materials have been used throughout to create a contemporary, yet timeless property that has been built in line with environmental principles. Levels of insulation exceed the current regulations resulting in a high level of fuel efficiency. Exposed timbers, oak doors, limestone flags, designer open plan kitchen, oak windows and under floor heating are just some of the features that add character and comfort to this spacious property.

A solid arched oak front door opens into the hallway, opening into a beautifully decorated living room with bespoke oak glazed door opening to a patio area, oak window with deep oak sill and a ledged oak door with hand forged fittings. Door opens into a 'fabulous' open plan kitchen living space with vaulted ceilings, original oak trusses, oak beams, island pendant lighting and limestone flags. A key feature of this room is the stunning oak and glass framework that spans the entire length of the room, capturing picturesque views of a traditional farm pond, oak trees and the idyllic Herefordshire countryside. The 'Ellis' kitchen is a shaker style painted in 'Farrow & Ball' colours with large bespoke seating island, fitted wall and floor units, granite worktops, range cooker and 'Perrin & Rowe'  Belfast sink and tap.

The limestone flooring continues into a utility room with built-in cupboard, sink, washing machine space and underfloor heating/condensing boiler. From the inner hall are disabled accessible oak doors leading to a spacious modern washroom, large storage cupboard and ground floor bedroom. This spacious double bedroom is beautifully presented with built-in wardrobe, oak window, deep oak sill and contemporary minimalist ensuite with bath, shower, toilet and wash hand basin.

From the hallway is a stylish bespoke 'open tread' oak staircase leading to the first floor. The landing is light and airy with character oak beams, oak window, contemporary track lighting and adequate space for a study area. Ledged and brace oak doors open to a shower room and further bedrooms. The contemporary tiled minimalist shower room has quality fittings throughout including; walk-in shower, modern toilet, stainless spot lights and wash hand basin with storage drawer. From the landing are bedroom 2, a stylish spacious double bedroom with cast-iron radiator, exposed oak beams, 'conservation' velux windows, bespoke storage ottoman and lovely countryside views. Bedroom 3 is also a beautifully decorated spacious double bedroom with cast-iron radiator, exposed oak beams, velux windows, bespoke ottoman and pastoral views, including the church spire, add to the character and charm of this room.

To be included in the sale are all made to measure Curtains, Blinds, Lighting, New 100% Wool carpets and Range Cooker. 

Room measurements (Approximately)

Kichen/Living Room: 28' 6" x 16' 5" ( 8.7m x 5.0m)

Utility Room: 7' 6" x 6' 6" ( 2.3m x 2.0m)

Lounge: 16' 5" x 11' 4" ( 5.0m x 3.45m)

Bedroom 1: 13' x 11' 8" ( 3.97m x 3.55m)

Bedroom 2: 16' 5" x 10' 6" ( 3.97m x 3.55m)

Bedroom 3: 16' 5" x 11' 6" ( 5.0m x 3.5m)

Garage/Store Room: 8' 2" x 7' 3" ( 2.5m x 2.2m)

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
10 October 2016

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