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Cranyke Farm House, Melton Mowbray

£799,950
Reduced on 13/07/2021
Chewton Rose, Nottingham
PROPERTY TYPE
Barn Conversion
BEDROOMS
x3
BATHROOMS
x4

Key features

  • Beautiful converted barn
  • Many original features
  • Fixtures and Fitting to the highest Standard
  • Three double bedrooms all with en-suite
  • Superb Living room with Bi-fold doors
  • Magnificent Kitchen/diner
  • Private sun terrace
  • Car Parking
  • Rural setting

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

Cranyke Farm Barn is being carefully and sympathetically renovated and restored by Willow Tree Developments. They have refurbished stonework, replaced windows and even restored beams to their original position. When completed, April 2021, the barn will present an abundance of period features and modern day living, with superbly fitted kitchens and bathrooms.
The barn was part of an impressive Grade II Listed property, which was a working farm until the 1950s. The original parts date back to the 17th century, when the house was probably little more than just a couple of rooms with the stone barns which are being lovely renovated to offer stunning family homes with both original and contemporary features. The barns each have their own characters. Bramble Barn has already sold.

Strolling through the gardens from the barns towards the wooded area that is home to a disused railway track, you can often spot badgers, owls and buzzards. Bramble & Primrose Barns are close to Scalford and comes with beautiful views across rolling countryside and is home to all sorts of wildlife. “Any person when seeing the place, will just fell in love with it. The setting is so wonderful and there are views right across the valley to Waltham-on-the-Wolds.”

The Barn offer easy access to Melton Mowbray just a few miles away. The Scalford setting is also within reach of Nottingham, Grantham and Leicester. “Melton Mowbray is just four or five miles away and is good for shopping and market stalls – it is, of course, famous for its pork pies and cheese,” says Willow Tree Developments. “There is a secondary school in the town too and we have a primary school in Scalford.” Nearby beauty spots include picturesque Belvoir Castle and there are country pubs and farm shops all within a short distance. “Scalford is a nice community, with plenty going on if you wish to be involved. A perfect mix of rural bliss but the closeness of local amenities.”

The barn will be inviting throughout the seasons, with gardens and courtyards offering sheltered sunny aspects. Pleasant days can also be spent taking long walks beside the Grantham Canal or hacking out across the countryside on bridle paths, which can be reached without having to go on the road, it is a great area for country pursuits.

Hallway

4.60m x 2.10m (15'1" x 6'10")

Stairs to first floor

Utility Room

Living Room

6.00m x 9.50m (19'8" x 31'2")

Bi fold doors to sun terrace

Kitchen / Diner

5.40m x 6.60m (17'8" x 21'7")

Superbly fitted kitchen with central island

Landing

Gallery landing area with barn style window offering views to the rear garden

Bedroom

4.20m x 5.00m (13'9" x 16'4")

Great master bedroom with en-suite bathroom

Ensuite Bathroom

Bedroom Two

3.60m x 6.20m (11'9" x 20'4")

with en-suite shower room

Ensuite Shower Room 1

Ensuite Shower Room 2

Bedroom Three

3.60m x 4.50m (11'9" x 14'9")

with en-suite shower room

Garden

Beautiful outdoor entertainment space with access from Living room and Kitchen

Parking

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