4 bedroom barn conversion for saleMain Street, Swepstone, LE67 2SG
Guide Price £595,000
- Immaculately-Presented Barn Conversion
- 4 Bedroom / 3 Storey Family Accommodation
- Delightful Semi-Rural Countryside Setting
- Vaulted Hallway | Utility Area | Shower Room
- Dining Room | Study/Office | En Suite & Bathroom
- Magnificent Beamed Sitting Room
- Superb Spacious Living Kitchen
- Double Garage & Off-road Parking
Full descriptionNestled in an enviable semi-rural location, Beaumont Barn is a spacious beamed four-bedroomed barn conversion boasting immaculately-presented accommodation spread over three floors and oozing charm and character within a delightful setting. Step through the entrance door and you cannot help being impressed by the well-proportioned living space and individually designed layout of this superb family home. Take for example, the 23ft sitting room with feature reclaimed brick fireplace and the 24ft. vaulted living kitchen recently refitted with oak handmade fitted units and a range of quality goods. Master bedroom with luxury Porcelanosa en suite shower room, refitted Porcelanosa family bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, a double garage, off-road parking up to six cars, and a private rear garden enjoying a open countryside outlook. This is a property with a definite 'wow factor' which must be viewing internally to fully appreciate the sizeable accommodation on offer.
The Location - A pretty village all year round, Swepstone offers the many benefits of rural living with all the essentials of modern life on your doorstep. Built on a solid foundation of farming, which gained the parish a mention in the Domesday Book, it still maintains a distinct country feel with St Peter's church forming the focal point of village life. Journey just a little further a field and you'll discover attractions that uncover the area's rich and sometimes turbulent past. The neighbouring parish of Sutton Cheney is the site of the famous Battle of Bosworth field, which saw the defining moment of the Wars of the Roses in 1485. There are many opportunities for further exploration within this area. The towpaths and barges of the nearby Ashby Canal, which hint at the region's contribution to the industrial revolution, are perfect for relaxing leisure pursuits.
The Approach - The property lies at the end of a Tarmac driveway a few hundred metres off the Swepstone to Heather Road. There is an original farmhouse and just four other similar prestigious barn conversions with Beaumont Barn sharing a courtyard with one other barn conversion. Open countryside can be found in all directions.
Accommodation In Detail - Draft -
Canopied Entrance Porch - With an exterior wall lantern lamp, attractive cottage-style entrance door with glazed matching side panels.
Part-Vaulted Reception Hall - With a tiled slate floor, a double and two single central heating radiators, a feature exposed brick-built staircase with pine spindle rising to the first floor, understairs storage cupboard, ornate arched window to the sitting room, a range of full-height built-in cupboards incorporating the oil-fired boiler (Installed 2013), space for a sofa, doors to the downstairs shower cloakroom/w.c., sitting room and living kitchen.
Utility Room - With a stainless steel sink and matching drainer, roll-edged worktops and contrasting tiled splashbacks, space and plumbing for a washing machine and a dryer, slate floor, radiator, extractor fan and recessed LED ceiling lights. A half-glazed exit door to the patio and rear garden.
Downstairs Shower Room - Comprising: a tiled corner shower cubicle with mains shower, pedestal mounted wash basin and low-flush toilet. Tiled flooring, heated towel radiator, extractor fan and a wall light/shaver socket.
Sitting Room / Family Room - 4.67 x 4.44 (15'3" x 14'6") - With a feature exposed brick wall with exposed beam over, beamed ceiling, double radiator, two decorative wall lights, recessed LED ceiling spotlights, a wall recess with slate shelf and beam over. Satellite point, double glazed window to the rear and a glazed exit door to the outside timber decking area and rear garden.
Generous Beamed Lounge - 7.01 x 4.42 (22'11" x 14'6") - A well-proportioned living room, the focal point of which is the magnificent reclaimed brick fireplace with slate hearth and beamed mantle, and including a cast iron log burner and two recessed shelves. TV and satellite points, two double radiators, three decorative wall lights, recessed LED ceiling spotlights, four exposed brick side pillars, an ornate window to the hall, dual-aspect double glazed windows and French doors to the rear garden.
Impressive Vaulted Living Kitchen - 7.54 x 4.42 (24'8" x 14'6") - This impressive room is the hub of family life and has ample space for a large dining table and chairs . The light and airy spacious room has three double glazed windows along with three further Velux windows which allow the morning sunshine to flood into the room. This vaulted beamed kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of bespoke handcrafted oak base and drawer units and matching floor to ceiling display cupboards with built-in lighting. There's a twin inset Belfast sink with a grooved granite drainer and mixer tap; granite square-edged worktops with matching upstands, splashbacks and window cills. The centre island has an inset Neff induction hob with touch-sensitive controls, Cople circular sink with mixer tap and Quooker hot tap offering instant hot water. Handcrafted oak base unit cupboards with a wine rack, a built-in Sandstorm wine cooler, contrasting oak chopping board and breakfast bar seating area. There's also a Neff built-in microwave oven, a full-height american-style fridge freezer with chilled water dispenser and ice dispenser, an integrated Miele dishwasher and an engraved Beaumont Barn oak panel. A further dual-controlled electric five oven Aga with warming plate with a granite splashback. Tiled stone flooring throughout, twin glazed doors to the reception hallway. Telephone, TV and satellite points, Rako lighting system creating four zone controlled mood settings from island downlighters, spotlights on the roof beams and cupboard lighting.
Office/Study - 3.05 x 2.26 (10'0" x 7'4") - With a telephone point, radiator, TV point and double glazed window facing the front courtyard.
First Floor Accommodation -
First Floor Landing - With a exposed beamed ceiling, pine latched door accessing the understairs storage cupboard, two radiators, two double glazed windows, stairs rising to the second floor accommodation, and pine latched doors to bedrooms one and two and the family bathroom.
Spacious Master Bedroom - 4.6 x 4.42 (15'1" x 14'6") - A well-proportioned principal bedroom with a beamed ceiling, two radiators, three decorative wall lights, TV point, exposed feature brick side pillar, and four double glazed windows.
Refitted Porcelenosa En Suite Shower Room - (Refitted May '16) Porcelenosa suite comprising: a generous tiled corner shower cubicle with mains shower, pedestal mounted wash basin and dual-flush toilet with a concealed cistern. Recessed tiled shelf with Swarovski crystal trim, exposed beamed ceiling, tiled splashbacks and flooring, a wall mounted de-misting mirror with built-in shaver point and lighting. A tall mirrored cupboard, extractor fan and recessed ceiling spotlights.
Bedroom Two - 3.38 x 2.87 (11'1" x 9'4") - With a exposed beamed ceiling and window lintels, radiator and decorative wall lights, TV point and two double glazed windows overlooking the rear garden and open countryside views.
Luxury Porcelenosa Family Bathroom - 2.21 x 2.03 (7'3" x 6'7") - (Refitted May '16) Porcelenosa suite comprising: a tiled paneled Jacuzzi bath with central mixer tap and mains fed shower over. Glazed shower screen, pedestal mounted wash basin, dual-flush toilet with concealed cistern and a wall mounted de-misting mirror with built-in shaver point and lighting. Exposed beamed ceiling, tiled walls and floor, heated towel radiator and two recess tiled shelves. recessed halogen lighting, extractor fan and a double glazed rear window.
Second Floor -
Second Floor Landing - Useful handcrafted oak low-level wardrobes/storage, radiator, and three Velux skylights. Pine latched doors to bedrooms three, four and second study.
Second Study Room - With handcrafted oak built-in desk and storage space. Recessed LED lighting and a Velux rear skylight.
Bedroom Three - 4.7 x 4.34 (15'5" x 14'2") - With a vaulted ceiling, radiator, exposed feature brick chimney breast and gable end wall with a exposed timber truss and shelving. Handcrafted oak built-in desk and useful storage space. Dual-aspect Velux skylights with blinds.
Bedroom Four - 2.84 x 4.34 (9'3" x 14'2") - Handcrafted oak built-in furnishings from a desk, single bed frame and storage space. Vaulted ceiling, radiator, and dual-aspect Velux skylights with blinds.
Front Courtyard - The extensive gravelled front courtyard is shared with one other barn conversion. There's ample off-road parking and a double garage.
Large Integral Double Garage - With twin hinged timber doors; power and light. A door accessing the house.
Rear Garden - An extensive westerly facing rear garden mainly laid to lawn with a large paved patio area and raised timber deck. Post and rail fenced boundaries with fantastic open countryside views and a gate accessing many trails. An established insulated 16 x 12 garden office that is heated, and has power and lighting.
And Finally... - A good-sized, tastefully converted, family home nestled in a stunning location. This is certainly a barn conversion with a difference. Early viewing by discerning purchasers is highly recommended!
Council Tax Band: - The property is believed to be in council tax band: G
How To Get There - From our NEWTON FALLOWELL office in the heart of ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOUCH: Turn left into Market Street. Left at the second mini-island into Bath Street and Nottingham Road. Continue out of town to the roundabout with the A42/M42. Straight on towards Measham. In a short distance, take the second turning on the left into Gallows Lane. Past Champney Springs Health Resort. At the T-junction turn left. Continue for some distance, passing the right turn to Newton Burgoland and continue towards Heather on the main road. In a few hundred metres, turn left into a private driveway. Follow this track past the farmhouse and turn into the gravelled courtyard on the left, where the property can be found on the left: Beaumont Barns. POST CODE for SATNAVS: LE67 2SG.
Please Note: - 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. SERVICES: All mains are connected - except gas and sewage. The central heating is oil-fired, and sewage is to a septic tank. 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 recommend 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.
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