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3 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Townend Barn, Main Street, Chelmorton, Derbyshire, SK17

Sold STC £340,000

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This traditional three bedroomed stone built barn conversion has been converted to a very high standard and has the benefit of off-road parking and gardens. Situated in the popular village of Chelmorton the property has lovely views and has retained character and charm combined with modern day living. The property briefly comprises: entrance hallway with stairs to first floor, dining kitchen, downstairs WC/utility room, family sitting room with stone fireplace and multi-fuel stove. At first floor level, there is a generous landing, three bedrooms and family bathroom. Outside, off-road parking for three vehicles, vegetable plot and enclosed gardens. VIEWING ADVISED

Location - Chelmorton is a popular village with traditional properties and a village pub and church, within easy reach of Buxton, Ashbourne and Bakewell, and is surrounded by beautiful open countryside.

The Accommodation Comprises - A timber framed full length glass door to the side aspect opens into an

Entrance Hallway - With a cloaks area and a useful understairs storage cupboard. Laminate flooring with underfloor heating. Traditional timber painted door with thumb latch opens to the

Dining Kitchen - Which has a comprehensive range of Shaker style units, with wall, base and larder units in a cream painted finish with a solid wood block worktop and tiled splashback. There is a one and a half bowl single drainer porcelain sink with a chrome mixer tap and two timber double glazed windows to the rear aspect having exposed beam lintels. The quality built-in appliances include a four ring gas hob with extractor fan above. A single electric oven with integrated grill. Larder style fridge freezer and a dishwasher. There is laminate flooring with underfloor heating and a beamed ceiling with spotlights.

Family Sitting Room - Across the hallway a further traditional style door leads to the family sitting room which has an attractive carved stone fireplace with a stone hearth, which houses the cast iron multi-fuel stove. This lovely room has a beamed ceiling and three feature timber double glazed windows with exposed beam lintels with a view of the front garden, together with a full length timber framed glass door to the side patio area. Under floor heating. TV aerial point.

Downstairs Wc/Utility - At the bottom of the entrance hallway is a traditional style door that leads through to the WC/utility room which has a stainless steel single drainer sink with a mixer tap and marble effect roll edge worktop with a storage cupboard beneath. Plumbing and space for an automatic washing machine and tumble dryer along with shelving and a cupboard housing the electricity consumer unit. This room also houses the central heating boiler and meter cupboard. There is a timber double glazed window to the rear aspect and extractor fan. Laminate flooring with underfloor heating.

First Floor Landing - Staircase with painted spindles and handrail leads up to a generous sized landing which has a side facing timber double glazed window with lovely views of the surrounding farmland. There is space for a desk and shelving and this makes an inspiring work space. Radiator. Access hatch to the fully boarded loft with lighting which provides a useful storage space.

Bedroom One - Has a front facing Velux roof window. A large built-in storage cupboard with shelving and a radiator.

Bedroom Two - With a front facing Velux roof window. Radiator.

Bedroom Three - A rear facing timber double glazed window with feature beam lintel and lovely views. Radiator.

Family Bathroom - Which has a pedestal sink with a tiled splashback and chrome mixer tap. There is a fully tiled corner shower cubicle with glass doors, along with a panelled bath with a tiled splashback with a chrome mixer tap with telescopic shower hose attachment. There is a white ladder style radiator. Extractor fan. Recessed spotlights and a wall light. Vinyl flooring. Velux roof window to the rear aspect.

Outside - To the rear of the property there is parking for up to three vehicles with scope to enlarge this if required. There is a raised vegetable plot and space for a greenhouse and shed. The LPG storage tank is also located here. To the side and front of the property the garden is enclosed by a traditional dry stone wall and laid mainly to lawn with mature shrubs and flower beds. There is a stone flagged patio area with outside lighting.

Valuer - Judy Hudson/ae

Viewing - Strictly by appointment through our Bakewell office

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