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Ingfield Barn, Ingbirchworth, S36

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Property Description

Key features

  • 1/4 ACRE PLOT

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Tenure: Freehold

A 15th Century cruck barn located within a little known hamlet and set within privately enclosed grounds of just over 1/4 acre incorporating a detached cottage, a substantial 4 car garage and a workshop.

A grade II listed character home sympathetically restored retaining original period features such as exposed timbers and stonework resulting in a charming family home offering spacious accommodation. The property presents high quality fitments throughout and enjoys enclosed grounds including landscaped gardens whilst commanding impressive rural views to the front aspect. Situated off a country lane within immediate walking distance of open countryside whilst at the same time being only a short drive from the M1 motorway network and well served by local facilities including highly regarded schools. 

The accommodation comprises  

Ground Floor An oak entrance door opens to the reception which has a stone flagged floor, a traditionally styled radiator, exposed beams and inset spotlighting to the ceiling. Access is provided through to the grand reception hall. 

Reception Hall An impressive introduction to the property with a full height window to the front elevation, inset to the original barn door, allowing good levels of natural light and commanding impressive rural views. The hallway displays original features including exposed stonework and timbers and is overlooked by the minstrel gallery. Having two traditionally styled radiators, an oak effect floor and a useful storage cupboard beneath the stairs. 

Lounge A delightful room generous in proportions with windows to three elevations allowing good levels of natural light. This room displays original beams and timbers exposed to the full roof height. Impressive features to this room continue with an Inglenook fireplace with inset Multi Fuel stove which sits on a granite hearth with exposed stone backdrop and a timber mantle over. The room has three traditionally styled radiators, a stable style entrance door opening to the south facing garden and a fixed stairway which gives access to a galleried study area. The galleried study area has a window and commands an impressive outlook over the lounge. 

Dining Kitchen An open plan living kitchen split level to the dining area displaying exposed beams and a full glazed wall to the rear elevation. The dining area has an oak effect floor, inset spotlighting to the ceiling, a traditionally styled radiator and a display of the original beams and stonework which form part of the original cruck construction. The cottage style kitchen has a stone flagged floor, a traditionally styled radiator and exposed timbers to the ceiling. Presented with a range of fitted kitchen furniture comprising base cupboards with matching drawers which sits beneath a complementary roll edge work surface with tiled splashback. A solid wooden work surface has an inset drainer with Belfast style pot sink and mixer tap over. The room has matching wall cupboards, two eye level glass fronted display cabinets and is presented with appliances including a Rayburn stove, an additional oven with a four ringed hob and extractor hood over; dishwasher, fridge and automatic washing machine. The kitchen has two windows and a stable style entrance door which opens to the rear elevation of the property.  

Bedroom A ground floor room with inset spotlighting to the ceiling, exposed beams, fitted wardrobes to the expanse of one wall and a traditionally styled radiator.  

Bathroom Presented with a three piece suite comprising a low flush W.C, a pedestal wash hand basin and a double ended bath with tiled surround and shower over. This room has an oak floor, partial tiling to the walls, a window, a traditionally styled radiator and a heated brass towel rail.  

First Floor Landing With a window overlooking the lounge, a galleried aspect overlooking the hallway and a display of the original beams and timbers. 

Master Bedroom An exceptionally well-proportioned master suite with two windows to the rear elevation in addition to a Velux skylight window. This room has a traditionally styled radiator, displays original exposed beams and trusses whilst En-Suite facilities comprise a low flush W.C, a double ended Jacuzzi bath and a step-in shower with a Victorian style shower head. The room has full Travertine tiling to the floor with underfloor heating, majority Travertine tiling to the walls, a traditionally styled radiator, a window and an airing cupboard which houses the hot water cylinder tank.  

Bedroom A further double room with a Velux skylight window, original exposed timbers, a traditionally styled radiator, a heated brass towel rail and a Victorian style wash hand basin with oak surround and tiled back drop.  

Externally The property is approached through timber gates with stone post to either side. A pebbled driveway provides off road parking and gives access to the cottage, workshop/garage and gardens. The gardens are mainly lawned with established shaped flower beds well stocked with a variation of flower, tree and shrub borders with dry stone walled boundaries. A stone flagged patio gives access through to a privately enclosed low maintained secondary garden with central stone flagged seating area and established flower, tree and shrub border surrounds.  

The Cottage A stone built detached cottage situated within the grounds and presenting recently modernised accommodation including a bedroom area which has two windows and spotlighting to the ceiling, a lounge area with spotlighting to the ceiling, a Multi Fuel stove and a stable style entrance door whilst the kitchen area is presented with furniture comprising base and wall cupboards with a work surface that incorporates a stainless steel single drainer sink unit. The kitchen has windows to the front elevation. The shower room is presented with a three piece suite comprising a low flush W.C, a step-in shower and a floating wash hand basin. This room has wood panelling to dado level, full tiling to the floor, inset spotlighting to the ceiling, an extractor fan, a Velux skylight window and a heated towel rail. 

Garage and Workshop A generously proportioned versatile building, the garage area having a concrete base providing parking comfortably for four vehicles and having power and lighting. A kitchen/utility area is presented with base and wall cupboards and has a work surface that incorporates a stainless steel single drainer sink unit, plumbing for an automatic washing machine beneath, space for a dryer, spotlighting to the ceiling and a window to the front aspect. An L shaped workshop has a secondary door opening to the garden, a window, power and lighting and gives access to a further storeroom which has a window, power and lighting. 

Additional Information A grade two listed freehold property with mains, water, electric and drainage. Heating is powered by oil. 

Directions When approaching Ingbirchworth via the A629 turn onto High Lane. As the lane merges with New Row Lane the property is positioned on the right hand side. 

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23 February 2018


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