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11 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Home Farm Buildings, Swynnerton, Staffordshire


Property Description

Key features

  • Three Superb Barns
  • Home Farm Buildings- 4 Bedroom Detached
  • Blaylock Barn - 4 Bedrooms Semi Detached
  • Barn 2 - 3 Bedrooms Semi Detached
  • Unique Barn Conversions
  • Courtyard Setting
  • Council Tax Band- F
  • EPC Rating - E

Full description

The Barn, Home Farm Buildings is a SUPERB complex of THREE INDIVIDUAL STYLED BARNS set around a courtyard, and converted to offer a wonderfully unique mixture of character and history with all concepts of a stylish and modern home with no barn being the same and offering opportunities for a large family, business development, 'granny annexe' or all three and set within beautiful grounds amongst mature woodland in the beautiful Staffordshire village of Swynnerton with a paddock and ample parking and garage included.

Location - Swynnerton is a village in Staffordshire that lies in the Borough of Stafford with access to the M6 motorway network at junctions 14 and 15 with the A51 and A34 providing routes into nearby Stone, Market Drayton and Stafford with the nearby award winning Trentham Gardens providing retail and leisure facilities. Keele University and the University Hospital of West Midlands are located along the A34 around Newcastle town centre where there are also a wide choice of shops, store and amenities.

Situation - Locally The Fitzherbert Arms or known more locally as 'The Fitz' dates back to around 1818 and is at the centre of the village will offer home cooked food with local Staffordshire and Cheshire ales and the beautiful St Marys Church features a thirteenth century effigy of Sir John de Swynnerton, and a seven foot statue of Christ.The statue dates from the thirteenth century and was found buried beneath the floor of the chapel. Due to its size it is possible the statue came from Lichfield Cathedral and was hidden in St. Mary's during the Reformation. Neville Malkin, a local historian probably sums Swynnerton up best....'"It is difficult to realise you are living in a technological age when you take a walk through the typically English village of Swynnerton, whose rural, old world charm is enhanced by the fine Parish Church of St. Mary'.

Directions - From the A51 take the turning into Swynnerton Road that leads you into the village. As you approach the village centre take a sharp left hand turning opposite Bottom Lane into the shared access driveway leading to the electronically controlled gates to the private driveway of The Barn, Home Farm Buildings.

The Barn Home Farm Buildings - Ground Floor
Entrance Hall - 9'9 x 5'11
Study/'Den' - 14'4 x 10'9
Reception Hall - 18'4 x 16'4
Snug - 15'6 x 12'1
Lounge/Dining Room - 28'5 x 27'2
Dining Kitchen - 14'6 x 17'
Utility Room - 10'10 x 6'2

First Floor
Galleried Landing - 17' x 16'8
Bedroom One - 15'11 x 13'4
En Suite - 7'9 x 6'10
Bedroom Two - 11'10 x 9'11
Bedroom Three - 14'10 x 10'
Bedroom Four - 15'1 x 6'5
Bathroom - 11'10 x 6'10

Blaylock Barn - Entrance Hall
Cloaks/WC - 4'10 x 3'7
Lounge - 21'1 x 14'5
Breakfast Kitchen - 15'10 x 15'6
Utility Room - 6'4 x 4'9
Bedroom One - 17'7 x 12'1
En Suite - 7'2 x 6'9
Bedroom Two - 11'6 x 10'5
Bedroom Three - 11'7 x 8'9
Bedroom Four - 12'9 x 9'4
Bathroom - 11' x 7'

Barn 2 - Entrance Hall - 14'11 x 10'6
Dining Kitchen Area - 18'2 x 17'1
Lounge - 22'11 x 16'8
Bedroom One - 17'1 x 13'
En Suite - 9'4 x 4'2
Bedroom Two - 12'5 x 10'2
Bedroom Three - 12'6 x 11'5
Bathroom - 9'5 x 5'7

Agents Note - We are to advise that the vendors have a family connection to a Butters John Bee employee.

As the Sellers agent, we are not Surveyors or Conveyancing experts and as such we cannot and do not comment on the condition of the property or other issues relating to title or other legal issues that may affect this property, unless we have been made aware of such matters. Interested parties should employ their own professionals to make such enquiries before making any transactional decisions. We have not carried out a structural survey and the services, appliances and specific fittings have not been tested. All photographs, measurements, floor plans and distances referred to are given as a guide only and should not be relied upon for the purchase of carpets or any other fixtures or fittings. Lease details, service charges and ground rent (where applicable) and council tax are given as a guide only and should be checked and confirmed by your solicitor prior to exchange of contracts. The copyright of all details, photographs and floorplans remain the possession of bjb.

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17 March 2017

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