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4 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Little Meadow Barn, Sutton, Newport, TF10 8DD

Sold STC £650,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Attractive, characterful barn conversion
  • Four good sized, en-suite bedrooms
  • Annexe accommodation
  • Stunning views over countryside
  • Double garage and off road parking
  • Approximately two acres of grounds
  • Vineyard/orchard/paddock etc
  • Rural hamlet location

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Little Meadow Barn enjoys the most stunning and far reaching views across the Shropshire and Staffordshire countryside.  This charming, substantially extended and beautifully presented four bedroom detached family home, sits in the rural hamlet of Sutton, in approximately two acres of grounds.


The property offers exceptionally well-appointed accommodation in an ‘L-shaped’ configuration, over two floors comprising a generous reception hall, spacious sitting room with vaulted ceiling, balcony and dining area off, a stylish, traditionally designed bespoke breakfast kitchen, utility, guest cloakroom and bedroom downstairs.  Two further en-suite bedrooms, an annexe offering a further en-suite bedroom, sitting room and kitchenette, plus a separate office/attic room complete the flexible accommodation.


Set back behind a sandstone wall, Little Meadow Barn sits on a generous plot, with walled gardens, vineyard, orchard, vegetable garden and paddock, as well as a useful stable outbuilding and far reaching open views across the surrounding countryside.  The property also has a large integral double garage and plenty of off road parking.


The hamlet of Sutton is rural, yet within just a few miles of the market town of Newport, with its shops, schools and amenities.  The village itself has a thriving public house, well renowned for its food.  The property is also located close to the A519, allowing easy access to Stafford and Telford, with their mainline railway stations and links to the M6 and M54. 


The accommodation offered is well proportioned, having been finished to a very high standard, originally being converted from a nineteenth century agricultural barn of sustainable brick and tiled construction into a dwelling house in 2002, further extended in 2004/2005.  Many of the original features of the barn have been retained, which together with the tasteful conversion has resulted in a most attractive and unique property.  An internal inspection is highly recommended.  In more detail the property comprises:



Hardwood front door opens into


RECEPTION HALL:  having a stone tiled floor, double panelled radiator.


CLOAKROOM: with WC having high level suite, corner mounted wash hand basin. Panelled radiator, ceiling extractor.


ATTRACTIVE BREAKFAST KITCHEN: 5.25m x 3.03m max (17’2” x 9’11”) Impressively fitted with solid oak fronted units of cupboards and drawers with granite work tops above. Inset Belfast sink. Integrated dishwasher and fridge. Ceramic pipe wine rack. Built-in shelved Pantry. Stoves electric double oven and grill with electric four ring hob above and extractor cooker hood over, with two double matching wall cupboards. Stone tiled floor. Beamed ceiling. Double glazed windows with open views to the rear.  Door to rear UTILITY: 3.31m x 1.12m (10’10” x 3’8”) having panelled radiator. Velux roof window. Stone tiled floor. Space and plumbing provision for a washing machine and recessed lighting.


A spiral staircase from the kitchen leads to an OFFICE / ATTIC ROOM: 5.24m x 2.97m  max into eaves (17’2” x 9’8”) with beamed ceiling and gallery overlooking the Reception Hall,  two velux windows and extensively fitted with a range of desks, cupboards and drawers and book shelf, with corner computer desk.  Panelled radiator, built-in storage in the eaves.


From the Reception Hall a solid wooden door opens into


IMPRESSIVE OPEN PLAN SITTING ROOM /DINING ROOM comprising SITTING ROOM: 5.18m x 5.44m (16’11” x 17’10”) having attractive open beamed ceiling. Brick built inglenook fireplace with recess having modern cast multi-fuel burner. Stone tiled floor.  Underfloor heating and double panelled radiator. Two double French doors opening onto a delightful balcony with cast iron spindle balustrading, timber flooring and impressive open views over adjoining countryside.  DINING AREA: 5.44m x 2.44m (17’10” x 8’0”) having natural oak flooring.  Two panelled radiators. Double doors overlooking the rear courtyard and open views beyond. Window to front.  Beamed ceiling.  Solid wooden door into


GUEST BEDROOM TWO having two windows to the front. Two panelled radiators. Staircase to 


BEDROOM AREA: 5.13m x 5.16m max - including en-suite (16’9” x 16’11”) having two
feature circular  windows. Velux roof light. EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM: having tiled shower cubicle with
shower, WC with low level suite. Pedestal wash hand basin, ceramic tiled floor. Recessed lighting. 


From the Reception Hall a staircase leads down to a lower ground floor Hallway having panelled radiator and useful understairs storage cupboard.  Corridor leads to a


SUPERB MASTER BEDROOM: 5.20m x 4.91m (17’0” x 16’1”) having two large windows overlooking the rear courtyard. Two panelled radiators. Wooden flooring.  LUXURY EN-SUITE BATHROOM: having complete suite comprising roll topped bath, pedestal wash hand basin and WC with low level suite. Tiled floor. Fully tiled separate shower cubicle.


From the Hallway is BEDROOM FOUR: 4.25m x 2.24m (13’11” x 7’4”) having a built-in wardrobe. Window to rear. Panelled radiator. Wooden floor continues to EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM: having fully tiled cubicle with mains shower, pedestal wash hand basin and WC with low level suite. Panelled radiator.  Window to rear.


Off the hallway, short steps lead to a painted stable door opening to the enclosed rear courtyard.  Stone tiled floor continues to a further rear hall with oak door to small wine cellar.


The hall opens to the Annexe accommodation, comprising:


KITCHENETTE: having cream fronted units of cupboards and drawers with Belfast style sink. Panelled radiator. Integrated fridge and two plate ceramic hob.


Door to


SITTING ROOM: 3.46m x 4.52m max (11’4” x 14’10”) having wooden floor. Double French doors opening onto rear courtyard area.  Brick fireplace with recess having wood burning stove. TV aerial point. Vaulted beamed ceiling. Panelled radiator. Door to


BEDROOM THREE: 3.47m x 4.26m (11’4” x 13’11”) having vaulted beaming ceiling. Panelled radiator. Window to rear. Painted stable door to rear courtyard.  EN-SUITE BATHROOM: having white suite comprising panelled bath with mains shower over and full height tiling. Pedestal wash hand basin, WC with low level suite. Panelled radiator. Wooden flooring. Window to rear. Recessed lighting.



OUTSIDE: The property is approached through a wide sandstone walled entrance which leads into a good sized parking and turning area which fronts an integral DOUBLE GARAGE: 5.20m x 5.20m (17’0” x 17’0”) having two up and over doors, light and power points, hot and cold water and radiator.


There is an attractive walled front garden approached through a wicket gate with a cobble stone pathway to the front entrance flanked by well kept flower beds stocked with ornamental shrubs, flowering plants and herbs and enhanced by wisteria, yew & cherry, pyrocantha, hydrangea and rose.


Immediately to the rear is a delightful courtyard garden enclosed by sandstone walls which features a slabbed pathway and patio with inset gravelled areas and borders planted with a wide variety of ornamental shrubs including shaped box bushes and variegated ivies.


There are outstanding views from the rear garden which has a completely private aspect. An impressive lawned area inset with flowering and ornamental trees sweeps down to the rear boundary with trellised archway to the side leading into a well stocked orchard planted with a wide variety of fruit trees vis apple, pear, cherry, plumb, hazel etc.   Greenhouse and soft fruit plot. The orchard overlooks a well kept VINEYARD which has a record of producing a significant volume of wine over a number of years.


A detached OUTBUILDING close to the vineyard comprises a STABLE adjoining mower shed/store with adjacent PADDOCK and vegetable plot the whole extending to around 2 acres.


 


COUNCIL TAX: We are advised by the Staffordshire Local Authority, the property is Band G.


EPC RATING:  29 (F)


TENURE:  We are advised by the Vendors, that the property is held Freehold and vacant possession will be given upon completion.


SERVICES: We understand that mains water, and electricity are connected.  Oil fired central  heating. 


VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment with the Agents’ Newport Office – 01952 812519


DIRECTIONS:   From Newport, proceed in a north-easterly direction for approximately 2 miles, along the A519, through the village of Forton until you reach the village of Sutton.  At the offset crossroads, take the right hand turning (before you reach the Red Lion public house) and the entrance to Little Meadow Barn can be found a few yards down on the right hand side.






AGENTS NOTES:


1.     While we endeavour to make our sales details accurate and reliable, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact our office and we will try to check the information for you.


        The information in these property details is believed to be accurate but Tempertons does not give, nor does any Partner or employee have authority to give, any warranty as to the accuracy of any statement, written, verbal or visual.   You should not rely on any information contained herein.  If you wish to ask a specific question about this property, please speak to the sales advisor who has inspected the property.


2.     Please note that we have not tested the equipment/appliances and services in the property. Interested applicants are advised to commission the appropriate investigations before formulating their offer to purchase.


3  Our room sizes are quoted in metres on a wall to wall basis to the nearest one tenth of a metre. The imperial equivalent (included in brackets and correct to within 3 inches) is only intended as an approximate guide for those not yet conversant with metric measurements. Measurements should not be used for ordering fitments or new carpets etc.


HOME BUYERS SURVEYS AND VALUATIONS undertaken by CHARTERED SURVEYORS with considerable experience in preparing a wide range of surveys and valuations to suit all requirements.  Details of fees given without obligation.


 PROPERTY LETTING – TEMPERTONS have considerable experience in the Letting and Management of all types of residential property.  Further details given without obligation.


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