Bare pasture with planning permission for 5MW solar farm. Old WW2 airfield. Great access. Arable improvement potential. 40 acre plot with solar planning permission. In total 152.78 acres. Available as a whole or in two lots. Lot 1 - Lot 1 extends to 103.43 acres of Grade 3 land and is all currently in grass. On 20th June 2011, West Oxfordshire District Council granted planning permission for the 5MW solar farm on a 40 acre field marked by green hatching on the plan. The solar farm has the potential to generate enough energy to satisfy the needs of 1,200 homes. The area of land covered by panels is only on a 40 acres plot. The land has been unused for a number of years and this proposal presents an opportunity to restore the land increasing both biodiversity and productivity. For further details about the planning permission please contact the vendors agent. In all about 103. Lot 2 - The land in Lot 2, as in Lot 1 also, is Grade 3. It is a shallow well drained lime rich calcareous loamy soil over limestone and is currently all down to grass. On the easterly boundary can be found the remainder of one of the runways providing good access to the land. In all about 49.35 acres Burford 3 miles Oxford 23 miles Central London 81 miles (All distances are approximate).
Bespoke fitted kitchen/dining room, living room with fireplace, cloakroom, three bedrooms and bathroom. Gardens, parking and outbuildings including summerhouse with power. EPC - E. Accommodation: (maximum measurements) Entrance: Welcome light. Timber door with window to side opening to: Kitchen/Dining Room: 5.29m (17’4) x 4.74m (15’6) Dual aspect room with windows to front and rear. Floor mounted cupboards and drawer with quartz work surfaces over. Double butler style sink, space and plumbing for dishwasher. Space for range style cooker with extractor/light over and tiled splashback. Space for large fridge freezer. Eye level cupboards. Space for dining table. Stripped floorboards. One wall wood panelled, remainder painted dcor. Inset spotlights to ceiling. Central heating thermostat. Double doors to living room. Door to: Rear Lobby: Door to rear. Built-in storage cupboards. Painted dcor. Stripped floorboards. Door to: Cloakroom: Painted dcor. Wall mounted hand basin with tiled splashback and low level toilet. Built-in storage cupboard. Inset spotlights to ceiling. Extractor. Living Room: 4.73m (15’6) to 4.94m (16’2) to cupboard fronts Two windows to front with courtyard aspect. Multi pane door and window to rear. Feature fireplace with brick surround and flagstone hearth housing log burner. Painted dcor with coved ceiling. Stripped floorboards. Wall light points. Built-in storage cupboards. Radiator. Open to: Stairway: Window to front. Stairs rise to first floor. One wall papered dcor, remainder painted dcor. FIRST FLOOR Landing: Window to rear. Exposed beam. Painted dcor. Radiator. Inset spotlights to ceiling. Further window to rear with shutter. Bedroom One: 4.0m (13’01) x 3.64m (11’11): Window to front. Built-in wardrobes and further built-in storage cupboard with hanging and shelving. Painted decor. Radiator. Bedroom Two: 4.02m (13’02) x 3.6m (11’10) Window to front. Painted decor. Radiator. Bedroom Three: 3.44m (11’3) x 2.18m (7’1) Window to front. Built-in storage cupboard. Painted dcor. Radiator. Bathroom: Window to rear. Low level toilet, claw foot bath, shower cubicle and hand basin with mixer tap and cupboard below. Tiled floor and walls. Extractor. Inset spotlights to ceiling. Towel style radiator. OUTSIDE Garden: Adjacent to rear of property. Paved patio. Rockery, lawn, flower and shrub beds. Fenced and hedged boundaries. Gateway to rear (access to main garden). Main Garden: Steps to raised garden. Mainly laid to lawn. Summer house with power and light. Natural wooded and hedged boundaries. Access to parking and outbuildings. Outbuildings: Garage: 5.33m (17’5) x 3.04m (10’) Of timber construction with double doors to front. Power and light. Separate electric fuse box. Outbuilding: Of timber construction. Divided into two work/store areas: Left hand Side: 2.49m (8’2) x 2.37m (7’09 Height: 2.96m Right hand Side: 2.39m (7’10) x 2.44m (8’1) Parking: Driveway parking for two cars at the rear plus further parking to the front of the property. Agents note: All measurements contained herein are for guidance purposes only. These particulars should not be taken as part of a contract, offer, or legally binding arrangement by or on behalf of either the vendor or the agent Steve Latham & Co. None of the services, or electrical, gas or other equipment included in the property has been tested. Prospective buyers are advised to obtain surveyors or engineers reports prior to exchange of contract. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1534425/
An attractive family home in a beautiful waterside setting with a detached two storey studio, a range of further outbuildings and good access to excellent schools Oxford and London via road or rail. Surrounded by landscaped gardens, set back from the Oxford Canal, Nellbridge House Farm offers excellent family accommodation. The house has the benefit of a range of outbuildings including an adjoining workshop / barn which extends to over 1250 sq ft. and a substantial detached two storey office building, with adjoining art room and further games room / gym, all of which offer potential for other uses. Within the house, a number of well-proportioned reception rooms and a kitchen / breakfast room offer wonderful family accommodation, with an orangery to the west providing views over the mature gardens beyond. On the first floor, three bedrooms, along with two bathrooms provide well presented space, with views to the east and a staircase which leads to the second floor and a further bedroom with bathroom. For further information, see brochure. Adderbury 2 miles, Bloxham 4 miles, Kings Sutton 1.5 miles, Banbury 5 miles (Marylebone from 50 minutes), Bicester North railway station 7 miles (Marylebone from 43 minutes), Oxford 20 miles.
Farmyard and buildings with income potential and paddocks. In a ring fence extending in all about 15 acres. Freehold Lot 2 of a wider sale. Situation Old Farmhouse farmyard lies within the rural Oxfordshire village of Black Bourton with its Norman church of St Mary, The Vines restaurant and its local community areas incorporating childrens play areas and tennis court. Local facilities are available at Bampton (2 miles) and Carterton (3.5 miles). The University city of Oxford is 20 miles distant with its educational, cultural and retail facilities. A mainline station at Charlbury 15 miles with a service to London Paddington in 90 minutes. Farm Building Portal frame agricultural barn with lean-to with corrugated tin roof and part block work walls and concrete floor. Currently used for storage with a work shop area with inspection pit and single office. Extending in all to about 5, 362ft2 (498m2). Yard Adjacent to the farm buildings is a yard area, part concrete and part hard standing. The farm buildings and yard area are accessed from a separate concrete driveway and benefit from security lighting and three phase electricity. The Land All down to permanent pasture and fenced into individual paddocks with post and wire fencing. Mains fed water troughs supply the individual paddocks and there is a timber field shelter to the north of the land with rubble floor and felt roof. Local Authority West Oxfordshire District Council: , Oxfordshire County Council: Tenure The property is offered freehold with vacant possession. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t2391384/
Situated on the hillside above the Lamorna Cove, a substantial detached 6 bedroomed converted barn enjoying fabulous far reaching views out over surrounding countryside and coastline. With an additional 2 bedroomed converted barn plus paddock land. Only a short walk from cove and beach. With a proven track record in high calibre holiday lettings and a number of other useful outbuildings plus paddock land and stabling completing a rare and exciting package. Ideally situated at the end of a long lane but only a short walk from cove and beach and with immediate access out onto the South West Coast Path. In all, about 1¼ acres. MAIN HOUSE Ground Floor: Entrance hall, breakfast kitchen, utility, wc, cloakroom, snug, inner hallway, sitting room, dining room, 2 double bedrooms. First Floor: 4 double bedrooms (master bedroom with en-suite shower room), family bathroom. THE STABLES Kitchen, living room/dining room, 2 double bedrooms, family bathrooms. Linked and attached to. HOME OFFICE Separated into 2 office rooms, shower room, double garage. Outside Cedar Art Display Studio, children play area, Main House gardens, The stables garden area. Approximately 1 acre paddock with post and rail animal pens. Stabling. For further information please call Lillicrap Chilcott on. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t354252/
A large beautifully presented grade II listed farmhouse with a useful annexe, in a quiet setting with a large garden, paddock and former moat. Kingston Bagpuize with Southmoor in Oxfordshire, is situated in lovely surroundings and is conveniently situated for Oxford, with the city centre being 10 miles away. The towns of Abingdon, Witney and Wantage are also close by. The M40 and M4 motorways are 15 and 25 miles away respectively and the centre of London is 57 miles away. There are plenty of tourist attractions in the area, including the historic university city of Oxford, Blenheim Palace, the Ridgeway footpath and the Thames towpath. Schools within the area include the Dragon and its Preparatory school, St. Edwards, The Oxford High and Summerfields. It is also within reach of Radley College. Faringdon 8 miles, Abingdon 6 miles, Oxford 10 miles, Didcot 13 miles with trains to London in 45 minutes (Distances and times approximate)
DETACHED FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMED STONE BARN CONVERSION occupying very generous grounds and situated in a pleasant position well-placed for all local amenities, schools, transport services, M1 links and countryside. The beautifully presented and spacious accommodation which has gas central heating system, has been sympathetically restored retaining original beams and has natural timber doors, double glazed windows, skirtings etc throughout. In brief comprises, entrance lobby, reception hall, cloakroom/WC, large living room, dining room, breakfast kitchen, utility, four double bedrooms (two with en-suite), family bathroom, detached stone garage and additional outbuilding, electric entry gates, generous parking area for several vehicles and extensive gardens. A beautiful family residence that must be viewed to fully appreciate the scale and quality of accommodation offered.Energy Efficiency Rating D Entrance Lobby Stable style front door opens into this inner lobby which has laminate floor, radiator and panelled door into main reception hall. Reception Hall With rear facing stable style door, staircase with handrail to first floor, panelled doors to cloakroom/WC and dining room, double half glazed doors into living room, laminate floor and radiator. Cloakroom/WC With front facing double glazed window with stone sill, laminate floor, radiator, extractor fan and white suite comprising close-coupled WC and pedestal wash basin. Living Room 6.96m (22' 10") x 5.33m (17' 6") Beautiful multi-aspect room with one front facing and two side facing double glazed windows with stone sills, and rear facing french style half glazed doors with matching panels to either side. With panelled door into good-sized storage cupboard, laminate floor, two radiators and wall-light points. Focal point feature fireplace with stone surround and hearth. Dining Room 5.36m (17' 7") x 3.02m (9' 11") With front and rear facing double glazed windows with stone sills, radiator, laminate floor and wall-light points. A further panelled door leads into the breakfast kitchen. Breakfast Kitchen 3.94m (12' 11") x 3.33m (10' 11") Good-sized breakfast kitchen fitted with a comprehensive range of contemporary style wall and base cabinets, some with glazed doors, granite effect worktops, one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap set beneath rear facing double glazed window with stone sill, integrated fridge, freezer and dishwasher, built-under double electric oven with inset five burner gas hob over and chimney style extractor above, all in stainless steel, tiling to splashbacks and ceramic tiled floor, breakfast bar, radiator, extractor fan and wall-light points. A panelled door opens into the utility room. Utility Room 4.01m (13' 2") x 1.76m (5' 9") With front facing double glazed window with stone sill and front facing stable style external door, ceramic tiled floor, range of matching units to kitchen, inset stainless steel sink with mixer tap, granite effect worktops, wall-mounted gas central heating boiler, handset for intercom entry system, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and radiator. First Floor Landing Impressive landing with turned spindles and banister around the stairwell, skylight windows, exposed beams, wall-light points, radiator and panelled doors to four bedrooms, bathroom and good-sized airing cupboard which houses the hot water cylinder. Master Bedroom 5.37m (17' 7") x 4.48m (14' 8") Generously proportioned with front and rear facing double glazed windows having stone sills, high sloping ceiling with exposed beams, wall-light points, two radiators and panelled door to en-suite. Ensuite With ceramic tiled floor, partial wall tiles, skylight window and exposed beams, wall-light point, radiator, extractor fan and fitted with white suite comprising close-coupled WC, pedestal wash basin and double sized shower encloser with bi-folding screen. Bedroom 2 3.93m (12' 11") x 3.60m (11' 10") With rear facing double glazed window with stone sill, wall-light points, radiator and high sloping ceiling with exposed beams. A panelled door opens into the en-suite. Ensuite With skylight window, exposed beams, wall-light, radiator, ceramic tiled floor, partial wall tiles, extractor fan and fitted with white suite comprising close-coupled WC, pedestal wash basin and double sized shower enclosure with bi-folding glass screen. Bedroom 3 3.40m (11' 2") x 3.33m (10' 11") With front facing double glazed window with stone sill, exposed beams, panelled door to good-sized store cupboard/closet and radiator. Bedroom 4 3.38m (11' 1") x 3.35m (11' 0") With front facing double glazed window with stone sill, exposed beams and radiator. Family Bathroom 3.25m (10' 8") x 2.72m (8' 11") With ceramic tiled floor and partial wall tiling, skylight windows, exposed beams, ceiling spotlights, wall-light points, extractor fan and fitted with a white suite comprising pedestal wash basin, close-coupled WC, double sized shower enclosure with electric shower and folding screen, and free-standing, double ended, roll-top bath with central telephone style bath shower mixer. Garage 5.66m (18' 7") x 4.65m (15' 3") With natural timber doors, circular feature window, power and lighting. Outbuilding 3.96m (13' 0") x 2.84m (9' 4") With natural timber door, circular feature window, power and lighting. Very useful additional space which could be used for a variety of purposes. Gardens A pair of electric wrought iron gates open from the access driveway into a sizeable pebbled area with parking for several vehicles, garage and outbuilding. The pebbles continue around the side of the house to the rear where there is an extremely generous rear garden comprising large pebbled patio, further raised stone flagged patio and very large lawned areas. All enclosed with fencing and walling this is a surprisingly extensive outside space which is ideal for entertaining and family friendly. Garden . Garden . COUNCIL TAX - BAND F EPC . http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t334893/
Spacious barn conversion situated within a delightful rural location. Ent. hall, cloakroom, lounge, dining room, family room, dining/kitchen, utility. 4 bedrooms, en suite facilities, family bathroom. Garage, various outbuildings and extensive grounds. . http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t149281/
SITUATION & DESCRIPTION The Fallapit Estate is a stunning development of outstanding style and quality, centred around the restoration of a magnificent Grade II listed house, set within beautiful South Hams countryside. The estate comprises a range of luxuriously appointed properties converted within the historic main house and its outbuildings, along with a number of new build properties finished in natural stone to complement the estate. With some 18 acres of parkland and gardens, the grounds offer woodland walks and lawns with plenty of open space in which to relax and unwind. Within the grounds an established lake provides a constant activity of bird life, complete with a timber decked terrace on which to enjoy the views. The rich history of the Fallapit Estate dates back to the late 13th Century when the estate was established by Robert de Vallepitte. In the mid 15th century, Elizabeth de Vallepitte married Sir Henry Fortescue, Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas in Ireland and the estate remained in the Fortescue family for over 400 years. During the English Wars, nearby Salcombe Castle was the last Royalist stronghold to surrender to the Parliamentarian forces, and the Royalist troops were led by Sir Edmund Fortescue to safe refuge at Fallapit. The current principal house was built for the Fortescue's in the early 19th Century, retaining elements of the earlier house, and reflects the social status and importance of the Fortescue family. Each aspect of design and construction has been carefully considered, with close attention to detail on the finishing touches to all of the properties. Natural stone has been used to construct the new build houses to compliment the main house, and the design of each property has been thoughtfully designed to maximise living space and reception areas for family gathering and entertaining. High quality 'Scavolini' Italian kitchens have been fitted complemented by NEFF appliances, finished with deep recessed granite worktops. High quality floor coverings including natural stone and oak have been installed above modern under-floor heating systems ran from efficient 'Worcester' boilers. The bathrooms and en-suite shower rooms all have been luxuriously appointed with beautiful hand cut natural stone tiling, providing a re-assuring feel of high quality and taste. Each property benefits from private parking along with ample of visitor parking as you would expect from a 18 acre estate. There is a boat park providing a storage solution for those needing it, plus a family garden with barbeque area within the grounds, making The Fallapit Estate the perfect choice for an exclusive holiday home in the South Hams. ACCOMMODATION This single storey property feels both spacious and light with a generous sized open plan living space and kitchen with a vast vaulted ceiling enjoys a dual aspect with a courtyard setting to its front and rear. The two double bedrooms are fitted with wardrobes along with the master bedroom featuring an en-suite bathroom. OPEN PLAN LIVING SPACE 22' 6" x 17' 1" (6.88m x 5.21m) BEDROOM ONE 17' 3" x 9' 1" (5.26m x 2.79m) Built-in wardrobe. EN-SUITE BATHROOM BEDROOM TWO 11' 7" x 9' 4" (3.54m x 2.85m) Built-in wardrobe. SHOWER ROOM SERVICES Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Underfloor heating. COUNCIL TAX TBC VIEWING Strictly by appointment only, through Mansbridge & Balment. SERVICE CHARGE We understand the service charge is approx. £1, 500 per annum, which includes maintenance of the communal grounds. . http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t349791/
Location: Sunset Barn is midway between South Lopham and Garboldisham. There is an active village community within the Lopham area. South Lopham has a public house, farm shop and a church, dating back to 1120. Good road connections are enjoyed via the A1066 leading to Thetford (12 miles) and Diss (7 miles). The thriving town of Diss has an excellent range of schooling, leisure facilities, restaurants, shopping and supermarket including the mainline railway connection to London Liverpool Street Station, with an approximate journey time of 1 hours. There is state schooling to sixth form level at Diss High School and private schooling at Riddlesworth Hall School and Thetford Grammar, both within easy access. There is also a rail service at East Harling station (4 miles) with trains to Norwich, the Midlands and London via Cambridge. Norwich, the cathedral city, has a cultural city centre and the north side has an expanding airport serving UK and international airports. The A14 (Midlands) and A11 which adjoins the M11 (London) are both easily accessible from Thetford. Stansted Airport is approximately 65 miles distance. Located just outside the village of South Lopham, Sunset Barn is very close to the largest remaining River Valley Fen in England and the source of the River Waveney. One of the most important wetlands in Europe, Redgrave and Lopham Fen now has internal protection, and is home to the rare Raft Spider. The Property: Sunset barn is a fine period conversion finished to a high standard with many original features including vaulted ceilings with exposed principal timbers and brick inglenook fireplace with wood burner. All reception rooms have oak flooring with natural limestone tiles in the hall, kitchen/breakfast/family room and utility room. There is a bespoke oak staircase and internal joinery with handmade hardwood windows. The luxury oak painted kitchen was designed by Commodore Kitchens with black granite worktops and is fitted with Rayburn cooker and Siemens appliances including large American fridge/freezer, microwave oven, dishwasher, and wine cooler. The master bedroom has panoramic views of open countryside. The well planned accommodation offers a good degree of flexibility. The barn has under-floor oil heating to the ground floor with oil heating to radiators to the first floor. Outside: The gardens have been landscaped and are planted with old English fruit trees, shrubs and hedging. To the rear of the property is a patio area and private courtyard and there is an old outbuilding in the grounds which can be used for storage. To the front of the property is a large double garage with power and lighting connected. A further area of garden lies to the north boundary and includes a pond and Nissen hut. Agents Note: Additional land may be available by separate negotiation. Services: Mains water and electricity. Private drainage via a treatment plant shared with the neighbouring property, Allotment farm. Please note that the services/appliances/ central heating and heating system/plumbing and electrical installations have not been tested by the selling agents and the purchasers must satisfy themselves as to the condition and warranty of these items. Directions: from Diss heading west on the A1066 towards Thetford. Continue straight through South Lopham towards Garboldisham. Sunset Barn will be found just before Garboldisham on the right hand side. Viewing: Strictly by appointment with TW Gaze. Freehold Ref: 12643/REY. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t394510/
A magnificent opportunity to acquire a stone built barn conversion with fantastic outbuildings and approximately 13 acres of grassland. Situated within this extremely sought after area to the south of Harrogate, enjoying a rural location a short distance from town. The property benefits from versatile accommodation with potential to increase the living space to meet the purchasers requirements. Outside the property enjoys a formal lawned garden bound by a dry stone wall to the front and a large open courtyard to the rear enjoying the far reaching countryside views. The adjoining outbuildings vary in size and range from a large barn to numerous multi purpose sheds. GROUND FLOOR Entrance Hall 12’2” x 5’6” Cloakroom 8’3” x 5’3” Laundry Room 8’3” x 6’8” Living Room 20’9” x 16’10” Breakfast Kitchen 20’1” x 16’9” Dining Room 19’2” x 13’3” Annex Living/Dining Room 19’4” x 17’4” Utility Kitchen 10’4” x 7’10” FIRST FLOOR Landing Bedroom One 20’8” x 15’10” En-suite Bathroom 13’1” x 9’ Bedroom Two 16’ x 12’5” narrowing to 10’ Bedroom Three 12’4” x 10’4” Shower Room 10’3” x 6’4” Mezzanine Landing 10’10” x 7’4” Mezzanine Bedroom Four 10’6” x 8’ En-suite Shower Room 8’9” x 5’6” There is a lawned formal garden to the front of the property, and a courtyard to the rear with a gate to the rear paddocks. The concrete driveway leads to - Barn - Outbuilding 1 58’ x 58’ Outbuilding 2 51’ x 19’ Outbuilding 3 14’2” x 11’5” Outbuilding 4 14’2” x 11’8” Outbuilding 5 30’ x 28’9” Outbuilding 6 14’2” x 13’8” Timber Barn 7 45’ x 18’1” Open Shed 8 18’ x 15’ Courtyard Building 9 Former Stable Block Room One 13’7” x 11’5” Room Two 13’7” x 10’6” Room Three 13’7” x 10’7” Room Four 13’7” x 10’11” COUNCIL TAX The property has been placed in band G. TENURE The tenure of the property is freehold. DIRECTIONS - HG3 1QL Take the B6162 Otley Road out of Harrogate towards Beckwithshaw. Travel past the turning for Howhill Road on the left, and take the next lane on the left. Follow the lane to the end where The Old Barn is situated on the left hand side. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t217943/
Acquiring its name from the natural spring in its garden, this quite amazing home offers plenty; three reception rooms, three bathrooms, six bedrooms and a stunning dining kitchen/family room with an Aga. Set in approximately six acres with a substantial outbuilding and garage. (3, 681 sq ft/342 sq m approx. EPC Rating: E). The views are lovely, the setting idyllic; a fantastic place to bring up a family. Services Mains supplies of water and electricity with drainage to a septic tank. Oil fired central heating from a Worcester Danesmoor central heating boiler. Council Tax: RVBC Band G. We are informed the tenure is Freehold. Additional Features The property has hardwood double glazed windows and external doors, pine panelled internal doors and an alarm system. Location An extremely popular location within the Ribble Valley. Rural yet very easily reached and certainly not isolated. Excellent primary, secondary and grammar schools are within the locality. Accommodation Springwater Barn is beautifully located adjacent to Skirden Hall and above the meandering beck of the same name; the barn taking its name after the spring that surfaces in the front garden. Originally part of the Estate and a working barn until it was converted in 1994 by the owners. Believed to date back to 1764, in the Georgian era, this commanding stonebuilt barn has a multitude of unique and charming features, not least the external stone staircase. Unlike some less convincing barn conversions, Springwater Barn has adapted so successfully to residential use due to its many existing window openings which allow it to feel so light, airy and spacious. Facing due South helps tremendously! The prodigious accommodation offers great flexibility for a family, the current and only residents having spent nineteen happy years here; seeing their children grow up and thrive in this glorious rural setting. Entrance is gained through the South facing front door into a stone flagged vestibule which leads to the main reception hall, the lower hall lending itself superbly to use as a dining hall; a quite magnificent pitched pine staircase ascends to the first floor. A most impressive space with exposed stone walls and lofty vaulted ceilings. There is a two piece cloakroom with ample space for coats and boots. The lounge has a cultured feel to it with windows on two elevations including a French window that opens to the front garden, rather nicely flanked by two huge stone troughs on the outside elevation. With exposed beams and a real fire within a rustic brick chimney piece this is a most welcoming and comfortable room. The charming sitting room located at the other end of the property feels more contemplative, an ideal place to immerse yourself in a good book. Once more it features a beamed ceiling and has a cast iron period fireplace with an open grate fire and stone hearth. Then we have a quirky snug arranged on two levels, again with its own unique character. The pice de rsistance is the stunningly good dining kitchen/family room which has French windows out to the rear garden, an Aga within a rustic brick chimney breast as you would expect and a superb range of limed oak fitted units along two walls. There is a Franke stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and an integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer. The floor is tiled in Chinese slate, from Fired Earth and two gnarled beams span the ceiling. A great place for entertaining both family and friends. The separate utility has a sink unit and plumbing for washing machine and there is also another two piece cloakroom, most handy for the children when playing outside. With a handsome provision of bedrooms, six in all, the master enjoys the morning sun from its window overlooking the beck and a Southerly aspect from its front window. It has a four piece en-suite bathroom consisting of a Darryl shower cubicle with a Mira shower, pedestal washbasin, bidet and low suite w.c. The other five bedrooms are all superbly unique and appealing each one different and something for everyone. We suspect there will probably be competition for the second floor bedroom; be sure to check out the capacious storage. Some mention should be made of the landing as it is also a great space. The two house bathrooms are accessed from here, one consisting of a spa bath, Darryl shower cubicle with Mira shower, washbasin and low suite w.c., the other with bath, basin and w.c. You will love the large shelved airing cupboard with a hot water cistern to keep everything nice and warm. The stone walled gardens that surround the house are simply laid out with a picturesque pond to the rear and the spring and smaller pond at the front. The presence of trickling water at the front is both auspicious and also a treat to hear. A stone gate-posted entrance opens to a courtyard laid with granite sets. They continue along the side and rear, leading to a substantial stone fronted garage with an up-and-over door. Attached to this and connected with a personnel door is another substantial outbuilding offering a variety of uses. For a purchaser with classic cars for instance, this could adapt perfectly. There are two fields, one at 1.49 ha and another at 0.927 ha amounting to 5.97 acres, offering a variety of potential recreational uses. We heartily recommend this excellent property to you. It is a seriously good home. Agents Note Whilst the Agents have walked the boundaries, we have not carried out a detailed measurement survey of the land and therefore any necessary checks should be carried out by the purchasers professional advisors prior to exchange of contracts. Viewing Strictly by appointment with the Agents. (18j13) You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. 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THE PROPERTY Sundial is situated in a semi rural location approximately half a mile from the outskirts of Lechlade and opposite the exclusive Lakes By Yoo Development. The property is one of three situated within a converted barn enjoying recently refurbished bath/shower rooms and a kitchen. The accommodation is entered into a spacious hall with cloakroom and stairs rising to the first floor. The kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of floor and wall mounted units and includes a built in oven, hob and extractor. The sitting room has a lovely exposed beam and views over the rear garden. On the first floor the master bedroom has an en suite shower room fitted with a white suite. The second bedroom has an exposed beam and cupboard and the bathroom is particularly spacious being fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath, wash hand basin and WC. Outside to the front of the property is a gravelled garden providing off road parking for at least two vehicles. At the rear is a fully enclosed garden which is laid to lawn with a small patio, flower borders and a garden shed. The property has a gas fired heating system to radiators with mains water and electricity connected. Drainage is to a septic tank shared with the neighbouring properties. Internal viewing of this lovely home is highly recommended. AMENITIES A beautiful village adjoining the River Thames and on the borders of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Wiltshire, Lechlade has a population of just over 3, 000. There are several independent shops, a small supermarket, a church, doctors' surgery, excellent primary school and a library. There is a healthy tourist trade, particularly in the summer, when the Thames is busy with cruisers, narrow boats and small boats. There is good fishing in the local rivers and lakes, country walks in the beautiful Cotswolds countryside, and various nature reserves in the area. The town is a good staging-post for visitors to the Cotswolds and the historic towns of Oxford and Cirencester. . http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1550416/
SITUATION This impressive property is set within a select development of four converted Barns in the rural hamlet of Meldon, approximately three miles west of Okehampton and enjoying direct access onto the Dartmoor National Park. Okehampton lies on the northern edge of Dartmoor National Park. It is approximately 30 miles from both the north and south Devon coasts. There are superb local beauty spots where one may enjoy walking, riding, mountain biking and fishing. The shopping area contains several banks and supermarkets including Waitrose as well as many interesting locally owned shops. Primary and secondary education is well catered for in the local schools. The recreation ground and park contains, amongst other things, a leisure centre with indoor heated swimming pool, a gymnasium, sports hall, dance studio and cafe. Most sports are available including 18 hole golf course, squash courts, bowls club, indoor rifle range and thriving rugby and soccer clubs. DESCRIPTION An extremely attractive attached converted Barn (works completed 2001) with very well presented accommodation and grounds which comprise Hallway; Cloakroom/Utility Room; large Lounge/Dining Room; Kitchen/Breakfast Room; Four Bedrooms; an En Suite Shower Room and a separate Bathroom. There is an oil-fired central heating system; double glazed windows; modern kitchen and bathroom suites and some attractive period features. The accommodation is enhanced by the rustic stone walls and the modern natural slate roof. Outside there are larger than average gardens which again are well presented and particularly well stocked. These include a large area for parking and two useful timber outbuildings. The property adjoins open countryside/moorland and is ideally situated for country pursuits while having excellent access to the major road networks. ACCOMMODATION "Reference made to any fixtures, fittings, appliances or any of the building services does not imply that they are in working order or have been tested by us. Purchasers should establish the suitability and working condition of these items and services themselves". The accommodation, together with approximate room sizes, is as follows: FRONT ENTRANCE With outside light and front door with double glazed upper panels into: L-SHAPED HALLWAY With two steps and attractive oak floorboards. Staircase to landing; two uplighters and two recessed low voltage lights; smoke alarm, radiator; multi-pane doors to lounge and kitchen and solid doors to: CLOAKROOM/UTILITY ROOM With slate tiled floor; obscure glazed window; extractor fan; low level WC; wash basin; plumbing for washing machine; floor standing gas combination boiler and wall mounted boiler controls; coat hooks; fitted shelves and recessed low voltage lighting. KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 19' 8" x 8' 10" (6.00m x 2.71m) With slate tiled floor; two windows; connecting multi-panel door to lounge/dining room; radiator; good range of white wooden units comprising base cupboards, drawers and wall cupboards; beech rolltop work surface; inset Butler sink with chrome mixer tap; inset electric hob, oven and extractor hood; integral dishwasher; tiled surround worktop and recessed low voltage lighting. LOUNGE/DINING ROOM 22' 3" x 18' 2" (6.79m x 5.54m)(max) Dual aspect including french doors to paved patio area and communal courtyard. Wooden and tiled fireplace surround (feature only); two radiators; two TV aerial points; telephone point; three uplighters and recessed low voltage lighting with dimming light switch. FIRST FLOOR LANDING With window with exposed lintel over; hatch to boarded loft space; smoke alarm; recessed low voltage lighting; radiator and doors to: BEDROOM TWO 13' 5" x 10' 2" (4.10m x 3.12m) Window with exposed wooden lintel over and velux roof light; radiator; TV aerial point and recessed low voltage lighting. BEDROOM THREE 10' 7" x 10' 0" (3.25m x 3.05m) Velux roof light; radiator and recessed low voltage lighting. BEDROOM ONE 13' 4" x 11' 8" (4.08m x 3.56m) Window and velux roof light; radiator; recessed low voltage lighting and connecting door to: EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM 8' 4" x 6' 1" (2.55m x 1.87m) With matching white suite comprising shower cubicle with mains shower fitted; low level WC; pedestal wash basin; tiled splashbacks; radiator; light shaver point; extractor fan and recessed low voltage lighting. BATHROOM 9' 6" x 6' 3" (2.90m x 1.92m) With velux roof light; white suite comprising panelled bath unit having shower mixer tap; pedestal wash basin; low level WC; tiled splashback; radiator; light shaver point; extractor fan and recessed low voltage lighting. BEDROOM FOUR 12' 5" x 6' 5" (3.80m x 1.98m) With velux roof light; radiator; telephone point (broadband internet connection) and recessed low voltage lighting. OUTSIDE The property is approached at the front via a private gravelled driveway leading to a five-bar vehicular and pedestrian gate giving access to a large gravelled parking area providing parking for numerous vehicles. Either side of this there are well tended lawns, a large paved patio and paved pathway to the front entrance with substantial outside pendant light attached to barn; raised flowerbeds and substantial stone walled borders incorporating flower beds, rockeries and well established trees. Also within the front garden are two timber Potting Sheds. SHED ONE 11' 8" x 9' 10" (3.58m x 3.00m) This is used as a Potting Shed and has light and power supplied. SHED TWO 7' 8" x 5' 7" (2.35m x 1.72m) Currently used as a Sun Room. Both sheds have outside lights on sensors. The main area of garden is enclosed but there is a further good sized strip of land between the main stone wall and the gravelled driveway which also belongs to the property and the modern oil-tank is situated within this area. SERVICES Mains water, electricity and private drainage. OUTGOINGS We understand this property is in band 'D' for Council Tax purposes (by verbal enquiry with West Devon Borough Council). VIEWING By appointment with MANSBRIDGE & BALMENT, Okehampton Office on . DIRECTIONS From Okehampton proceed out of town in a westerly direction and travel for approximately two and a half miles and pass over the dual carriageway and continue on towards Meldon. Follow this road up the hill and pass the village hall to your left and a short distance further on the entrance to Kersleigh Court will be found on the right hand side. Turn right into the driveway and then keep to your left and follow this gravel driveway for approximately 350 metres before arriving at 1 Kersleigh Court. . http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t395323/
An attractive Grade II Listed Cotswold stone farmhouse set in attractive mature gardens and grounds. Extending in all to about 0.7 acres. Freehold 5 bedroom farmhouse, stables, offices, gardens and grounds. Lot 1 of a wider sale further land and buildings available by separate negotiation. Situation Old Farmhouse lies within the rural Oxfordshire village of Black Bourton with its Norman church of St Mary, The Vines restaurant and its local community areas incorporating childrens play areas and tennis court. Local facilities are available at Bampton (2 miles) and Carterton (3.5 miles). The University city of Oxford is 20 miles distant with its educational, cultural and retail facilities. A mainline station at Charlbury 15 miles with a service to London Paddington in 90 minutes. Description Accessed by a private drive with wooden electric gated entrance the farmhouse is built of Cotswold stone under a part Stonesfield part Welsh blue slate roof with courtyard parking and formal gardens surrounding. Entering through the back door the accommodation comprises:- Ground Floor Entrance porch with stone floor and Firebird boiler and door through to the kitchen with wall and floor mounted units, single sink and drainer, electric oven with a particular feature being the well which is covered with Perspex and lit with submerged lighting. Continuing through to a dining room with open fire with stone hearth and Cotswold stone surround. A door leads through to the family room with French doors to outside. The drawing room is full of character with exposed beams, inglenook fireplace with stone hearth and Cotswold stone surround and timber sash windows with views over open countryside. A door leads through to the sitting room with stairs to the first floor and door to outside. A door leads to the study and downstairs wc. First Floor From the dining room stairs lead to the first floor and master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathroom. Along the hallway bedroom 2 with views over open countryside. Bedroom 3 and adjacent family bathroom. From the landing stairs lead to Second Floor Bedrooms 4 and 5 in the eaves with exposed timber beams. Outside There is a lawned garden area to the front of the house surrounded by Cotswold stone walls. To the south an enclosed terrace area ideal for entertaining, a further lawned garden with planted borders incorporating a variety of plantings including rose bushes with two greenhouses off lying. Farm Buildings To the west of the farmhouse lie the farm buildings in a compact block and are divided into:- (As numbered on the block plan). Building 1 Built of part Cotswold stone part block work and part timber clad with a corrugated tin roof. Range of former stables currently used as workshops and stores. Extending in all to about 1, 450ft2 (135m2). Building 2 Built of block work (rendered) under a corrugated tin roof. Comprising two fully serviced offices with wc and kitchenette. Extending in all to about 580ft2 (54m2). Local Authority West Oxfordshire District Council: , Oxfordshire County Council: Tenure The property is offered freehold with vacant possession. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t2226912/
Biddenden is a village and civil parish in the Ashford District of Kent, England. The village lies on the Weald of Kent, some five miles (8 km) north of Tenterden. It was centre for Wealden iron industry and also of cloth making. During the reign of Edward III some Flemish cloth workers settled in the area. The ready availability of raw materials led to the establishment of an industry for the production of broadcloth. An important cottage industry is established to the west, where wine and cider is produced. In 1100, Mary and Eliza Chulkhurst, a pair of conjoined twins, were supposedly born in the village. The Biddenden Maids, as they became known, are celebrated on the village sign. THE PROPERTY Nimrod Hall Farm is an enchanting 4 Bedroom detached Grade II Listed Character farm house, accessed through electrically operated wrought iron gates with a sweeping shingled driveway to the house, this property is brought to the sales market extremely well presented with many desirable aspects and is overwhelming with style plus many original features. The property is arranged over 3 floors and has recently been renovated to include Kent Peg tile roof, large working Inglenook Fireplace to the Lounge plus a detached 1 bedroom Barn conversion annex, workshop, garden room outbuildings, beautiful varied gardens, 3 natural ponds with very picturesque seating areas and a 2 acre paddock approximately. This stunning property is located in a rural yet not isolated setting THE ANNEX Detached converted barn with own private garden area, open planned Lounge/Kitchen/breakfast room under a vaulted ceiling, en suite wet room to master bedroom, Staircase to first floor bedroom. THE GARDENS Mostly laid to lawn secluded by mature shrubs and trees. There are 3 natural ponds with very private seating areas OUTBUILDINGS To the rear of the farm house you will find the summer house with its beamed ceilings and door, which opens on to a decked area over looking the pond. To the end of the summer house is a purpose built utility area, nearby and detached is the original brick built outside toilet still used and in good working order. A smaller barn has been renovated and is now used as a functional workshop. LAND Approximately 2 acre paddock with natural pond. SERVICES: Mains water. Mains electricity Oil fired heating. Private drainage. VIEWING: Viewings are arranged solely through Philberts. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t672592/
Description MAGPIE FARM CHRISTMAS COMMON, WATLINGTON OXFORDSHIRE M40 (Jct. 5) 3.5 miles Watlington 2 miles Oxford 15 miles Henley-on-Thames 8 miles High Wycombe 10 miles A lovely family house with up to 38 acres occupying an outstanding location in the Chilterns close to Watlington and with excellent access to the M.40 Porch * Sitting Room * Drawing Room * Dining Room Family Room/Study * Garden Room * Kitchen/Breakfast Room 4 Double Bedrooms * 4 En Suite Bathrooms * 2 En Suite Dressing Rooms Cloakroom * Utility Rooms * Detached Triple Garage * Gardens Paddock * Farmland * In All About 38 Acres GUIDE: FREEHOLD Description: MAGPIE FARM, CHRISTMAS COMMON, OX49 5HR Contact the Watlington Office: The house has attractive painted brick and tile-hung elevations under a clay tile roof. It occupies a lovely setting with fine views across its gardens and farmland. The property was extended and renovated some 15 years ago and is well-presented throughout. The principal rooms are generously proportioned and most of them enjoy the fine outlook. Features Include: * Large sitting room with open fireplace and stone surround. Fine outlook to the garden. * Spacious drawing room with open fireplace with stone surround. Square bay window to front. * Triple aspect dining room leading into a garden room with double doors to the terrace and garden. * Kitchen/breakfast Room with 'Mark Wilkinson' wall and floor cabinets, 2 oven Aga, electric hob, Armana fridge/freezer, Meile integral dishwasher. Doors to the garden. * Double aspect master bedroom with en suite dressing room and bathroom. Fine views over the garden and farmland. * Guest bedroom with en suite dressing area and bathroom. * Two further double bedrooms both with en suite failities. Location: Christmas Common is situated on the Chiltern escarpment above the small town of Watlington and is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are excellent walking, biking and riding opportunities in the surrounding countryside. The village has a well-regarded public house/restaurant, The Fox & Hounds, and nearby Watlington as a good range of local shops and amenities. The larger centres of Henley, Oxford and High Wycombe provide extensive recreational, educational and shopping facilities. Excellent local private schools outside High Wycombe, Oxford and Henley. There is a mainline train service from High Wycombe to London Marylebone (about 25 minutes) access to the M.40 is just 4 miles distant. Outside: The property is currently approached from a single track lane through bluebell woods to triple garage and parking area at the rear of the house (There is an alternative route for a driveway that would allow an approach to the front of the house). A further area of parking lies to the front of the house and from here a gate in the garden wall opens to a vegetable garden with a greenhouse and shed. This area of garden is laid mainly to lawn and accessed from the kitchen/breakfast room with double doors opening to a terrace. A door from the rear lobby and double doors from the study/family room open to a terrace which runs the length of the house and is the perfect place to sit and enjoy the views over the garden and surrounding countryside. The garden is laid mainly to lawn with a pretty pond under a mature ash tree and throughout there are large well stocked borders planted with perennial plants, shrubs and trees. A path leads across the garden to outbuildings comprising a studio/office, store room and log store. Land: The arable land (38.55 acres) is currently farmed on an annual farm business tenancy. There is planning permission for the erection of 2 agricultural barns on this land. Planning consent: P04/E0977/AG. Beyond the arable land is a further paddock (3 acres). Services: Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heatng. Local Authority: South Oxfordshire District Council. Council Offices, Crowmarsh, Wallingford OX10 8HQ. Tel: Council Tax: Tax band: Viewing: Strictly by prior appointment with the JOINT SOLE AGENTS Savills (Henley on Thames) & Robinson Sherston (Watlington). Telephone: . Directions: From junction 6 of the M.40 proceed south on the B4009 to Watlington. On entering the town take the first turning left into Hill Road passing the public car park on your right. Proceed up the hill to the 'T' junction. Turn left and then take the second driveway on your right to the house. Postcode OX49 5HR. CSPADDER000
Planning permission to build an exceptional 9,000 sqft Cotswold stone house with stunning views. In addition are a range of traditional stone outbuildings, stabling, and cottage. There is well fenced pasture, woodland, and arable land. Lot 1a- £2.35m - Curdle Hill, cottage and farm buildings extending to about 33.53 acres. Lot 1 - (inclusive of Lot 1a) - £2.75m - Curdle Hill, cottage and farm buildings extending to about 88.53 acres. Lot 2 - £850,000 - Land to the north of Curdle Hill extending to 130.3 acres. Lot 3 - £485,000 - Land to the west of the road extending to about 74.32 acres. Lot 4 - £165,000 - Land adjoining the village circa 18.82 acres.
Cotswold stone family house with stunning views. Planning permission for a 9,000 sqft country house.In addition are a range of traditional stone outbuildings, stabling, and excellent cottage. There is well fenced pasture and woodland. Lot 1a- £2.35m - Curdle Hill, cottage and farm buildings extending to about 33.53 acres. Lot 1 - (inclusive of Lot 1a) - £2.75m - Curdle Hill, cottage and farm buildings extending to about 88.53 acres. Lot 2 - £850,000 - Land to the north of Curdle Hill extending to 130.3 acres. Lot 3 - £485,000 - Land to the west of the road extending to about 74.32 acres. Lot 4 - £165,000 - Land adjoining the village circa 18.82 acres.
A Stunning five bedroom detached barn conversion finished to an exceptionally high standard throughout, complete with paddock of approx 3.4 acres with planning consent for stables. Paddock House is a recently completed barn conversion offering in excess of 4, 000 sq ft of open plan and flexible living accommodation. As you enter the grand reception hall, with its floor to ceiling twin aspect windows and the imposing hand-made oak and glass split staircase, you get a wonderful feeling of the size and quality this impressive property offers. The attention to detail the developers have paid to the finish of the property starts with the choice of flooring, a combination of Travertine, slate, marble and porcelain has been used to superb effect throughout the property. The bespoke kitchen with granite work tops will be the envy of your friends. This social space will be at the centre of many a party or more formal gathering. The kitchen is equipped with a Rangemaster induction cooker, American style fridge/freezer, Britta water filter, soft close doors and drawers and electric under-floor heating. After enjoying a leisurely stroll in the surrounding countryside or perhaps the children returning from taking care of the ponies in the paddock, the over-sized boot room is perfect for hiding away muddy wellies and saddles or perhaps a luxury retreat for the dog. For those with children there is a fantastic family room/snug just off the main sitting room so the adults can relax in front of the fire whilst the children are watching TV or playing games next door. The master bedroom is complimented by a well lit grand hotel inspired en-suite bathroom which also has a walk-in shower and has been finished with marble flooring. Four further bedrooms, one en-suite and a family bathroom with separate shower complete the first floor accommodation. The double garage has been cleverly designed and offers potential for a games room/office on the first floor, perhaps for a teenagers den or the ultimate place for a train set. The paddocks extend to approximately 3.4 acres and are enclosed with post and rail fencing. Planning permission for a stable block with 3 loose boxes, a tack room and hay store has been granted. The property is situated at the intersection of Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire. The nearest village is Croughton which has a primary school, a pre school, a Co-Operative shop, village hall and a village pub The Blackbird Inn. Evenley also has a good range of facilities including a church, public house and good village shop and post office. There is also a lovely village green which is used regularly during the summer season for cricket matches. There are two very good local preparatory schools, Winchester House in Brackley and Beachborough School in Westbury. Banbury (12 miles) Brackley (3.5 miles) Buckingham (8 miles) and Bicester (8 miles) are all within easy reach for shopping, leisure, recreational and further schooling. For commuting Banbury offers a great commuter service to London Marylebone in around an hour. Junction 10 of the M40 is within easy reach offering access to both London and the north, with the A41, A43 (leading to the M1) and A34 all being accessible. Fine & Country Disclaimer All measurements are approximate and quoted in metric with imperial equivalents and are for general guidance only and whilst every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy, they must not be relied on. The fixtures, fittings and appliances referred to have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Internal photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1580908/
An opportunity to purchase a two storey semi detached barn with outbuildings. Full planning permission has been obtained for conversion into a three bedroom home. The barn once converted will briefly comprise of to the ground floor a dining lounge, kitchen, utility, wc and cloaks storage. The first floor will benefit from a master bedroom with en-suite facilities and wardrobe, 2 further bedrooms and a family bathroom. Allocated parking space. Full details and plans are available in the office or you can visit North Lincs Planning application number: PA/2011/0984. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t124584/
Fletcher & Company are delighted to offer For Sale this Grade II listed barn building that has expired Listed consent for conversion. The barn is situated in a highly desirable location in a rural setting surrounded by Derbyshire countryside on a private agricultural estate. Ground Floor Outside The property can be reached via a five bar gate opening to a shared tarmac driveway proving access to the barn. Detached Derelict Barn. This requires total refurbishment. There was Grade II listed consent/planning which has now expired. Double Garage Up and over doors Brick Outbuildings / Store Tenure Freehold (Purchasers are recommended to satisfy themselves as to tenure via their legal representative). Notes We believe there are some structural issues with the property. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1412369/
We are delighted to offer for sale this Charming Four Bedroom Detached Thatched Barn Conversion set in 0.39 Acre s.t.s grounds & is offered with no onward chain. The numerous Outbuildings are a particular benefit. The accommodation comprises Kitchen, Dining Room Area, Sitting Room Area, Rear Hall, Cloakroom, Utility, Bedroom4/Study, First Floor Landing, Three Bedrooms, Bathroom, En-Suite Bathroom, Double Glazed Windows, Oil Central Heating & Gardens with Ample Parking. THE MAIN HOUSE A summary of the accommodation comprises :- Four sets of double glazed doors & side panels to front elevation giving access to Kitchen, Dining Area & Sitting Room Area set under a CANOPY 0.91mx11.04 (3'x36'3) KITCHEN 5.00mx2.57m (16'5x8'5) with roll top work surfaces with drawers & cupboards beneath matching wall cupboards, integrated "Bosch" dishwasher, integrated fridge, Butler sink with mixer tap, dual fuel range cooker, extractor hood above, part wall tiling, tiled floor, under floor heating, double glazed window to rear elevation, spot lights, double glazed doubles doors & side panel to front elevation, telephone point, fridge/freezer, door to:- DINING ROOM AREA 4.95m to include staircase x2.79m (167'3x9'2) with staircase to first floor built-in under stairs cupboard, exposed beams, double glazed double doors & side panel to front elevation, laminate floor, under floor heating & internal window to kitchen. SITTING ROOM AREA 4.95mx5.28m to include chimney breast (16'3x17'4) with two sets of double glazed double doors & side panels to front elevation, laminate floor, TV point, under floor heating, exposed beams, fireplace with wood burner inset & timber Bressumer over & brick hearth, door to:- REAR HALL 3.23mx1.78m max (10'7x5'10) with tiled floor, a radiator, double glazed door to rear, steps to sitting room, doors off to:- CLOAKROOM 0.94mx1.83m (3'1x6'0) with low level WC, wash hand basin, tiled splash backs, a radiator, double glazed window, tiled floor, access to loft & an extractor fan. UTILITY ROOM 2.13mx2.16m (7'0x7'1) with roll top work surfaces with cupboards beneath, inset stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, washing machine & dryer, double glazed window to rear, extractor fan, "Worchester Green Star Heatslave" oil boiler, Honeywell central heating & hot water control, further roll top work surfaces, a radiator & wall cupboards. BEDROOM FOUR/STUDY 3.23mx2.69m (10'7x8'10) with double glazed window to rear elevation & a radiator. As Aforementioned the stairs rise from the Sitting Room to:- FIRST FLOOR LANDING ONE With a radiator, exposed beams, door to:- FIRST FLOOR LANDING TWO With built-in cupboard, access to loft, exposed beams & doors off to:- BATHROOM 2.00mx max x4.37m max (6'7x14'4) with built-in tiled shower cubicle with shower inset, wash hand basin set in vanity unit, low level WC, bidet, corner bath, a radiator, laminate floor & exposed beams, radiator, part wall tiling, shaver point, internal window to first floor landing two. BEDROOM 2 3.86mx3.02m (12'8x9'11) with exposed beams, a double glazed window to side elevation, a radiator, double glazed sash window to front elevation with excellent rural views. BEDROOM 3 2.67mx2.84m to include built-in wardrobe (8'9x9'4) with exposed beams, double glazed sash window to front elevation with excellent rural views, built-in wardrobe. BEDROOM 1 3.58mx4.80m to include built-in wardrobe (11'9x15'9) with two double glazed sash windows to front elevation with excellent rural views, exposed beams, built-in wardrobe, TV point, a radiator, opaque double glazed window to side elevation, internal window to first floor landing, door to:- EN-SUITE BATHROOM 1./98mx2.74m (6'6x9'0) with wooden panelled bath, shower attachment over, wash hand basin set in vanity unit with cupboards beneath, a radiator, low level WC, exposed beams, part wall tiling, double glazed window to rear elevation, laminate floor, shaver point & an extractor fan. THE GROUNDS The property is set in grounds of 0.39 Acre s.t.s & accessed via a shared unadopted road which is Hall Farm Lane, a shingle driveway gives access off Hall Farm Lane to shingle & paved Parking Area, steps & hand gate to Outbuilding & further Parking Area. There is outside lighting & water proof electric points, together with outside tap, Outbuilding One (closest one to property with barred gate to front) 4.60mx4.27m (15'1x14'0) with power & lighting, Outbuilding Two 4.62mx4.29m (15'2x14'1) with power & lighting. Outbuilding Three 4.62mx.431m (15'2x14'2) with ceiling height of 3.86m (12'8) & has power & lighting. Outbuildings Opposite – Outbuilding Four 4.01mx4.31m (13'2x14'2) with power & lighting, Outbuilding Five which is a stable 4.49mx4.70m (14'9x15'5) with power & lighting. Borders of shrubs & flowering plants, outside tap, small Store for bottled gas canister, fire escape steps. To the rear is a paved patio area, a lawn, an oil tank, borders of shrubs & flowering plants. SERVICES Mains Water, Electricity & Private (Klargester) Drainage & Bottled Gas Point. (Durrants have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fittings or services and so cannot verify they are in working order.) LOCAL AUTHORITY Waveney District Council, High Street, Lowestoft, Suffolk Tel COUNCIL TAX BAND - E VIEWING Strictly by prior arrangement with the Agents Beccles Office on . Email:- DIRECTIONS Proceeding out of Beccles via Blyburgate at the traffic lights proceed over into Ingate. At the traffic lights by the Ingate Public House turn right into Ellough Road. Proceed past the primary school towards the Ellough Airfield roundabout. At the roundabout proceed straight over & through the village of Hulver. Just after the right hand turn to Southwold there is a farm track opposite the post box which is Hall Farm Lane, proceed along this land & the property can be found on the right hand side. AGENTS NOTE There is also a public footpath that runs down Hall Farm Lane & beyond to the fields . http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t955246/
A SPACIOUS AND STUNNING 2 BEDROOM BARN CONVERSION LOCATED WITHIN THIS SOUGHT AFTER DEVELOPMENT ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF HOWDEN. In a tucked away location within this much sought after development this spacious barn conversion with additional large building to the rear( 26'5"x28'9" ) is sure to appeal.Briefly comprising: Entrance hall, WC/Cloakroom, newly fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, 2 good size double bedrooms and modern family bathroom to the first floor. Outside the outbuilding would ideally suit office space, workshop, studio, sandwich bar etc ( Subject to planning consents). The garden has been designed wit low maintenance in mind and has high fencing to the perimeter. Ample parking also to the rear. EPC RATING: C. Apply Hunters Selby, seven days a week. ENTRANCE HALL Oak front door and flooring and window to front. W.C. Low flush W.C, pedestal wash hand basin and extractor fan. LIVING ROOM 6.60m (21' 8") x 4.17m (13' 8") Oak flooring, traditional style radiator and 3 windows to front. KITCHEN 4.34m (14' 3") x 4.19m (13' 9") Oak style fitted wall and floor units with contrasting work surfaces over, tiled splash backs and flooring, integrated fridge and freezer, dishwasher, oven, hob and hood, 1 1/2 stainless steel sink and drainer, traditional style radiator, 2 windows to front, oak door and window to rear. KITCHEN Additional image STAIRS TO FIRST FLOOR LANDING Window to front aspect, traditional style radiator and loft access hatch. MASTER BEDROOM 6.63m (21' 9") x 4.11m (13' 6") Traditional style radiator and 2 windows to front. BEDROOM 2 4.34m (14' 3") x 4.19m (13' 9") Traditional style radiator, 2 windows to front and rear. BATHROOM 1.96m (6' 5") x 2.36m (7' 9") Panelled bath with shower over and tiled surround, low flush W.C., pedestal wash hand basin, Traditional style radiator and tiled flooring. OUTBUILDING 8.05m (26' 5") x 8.76m (28' 9") To the rear there is a brick built outbuilding which could be utilised in a variety of ways eg. Offices, workshop, studio, sandwich bar etc. ( all subject to any necessary planing consents) GARDEN The garden has been designed with low maintenance in mind and is laid to small stone with high fencing to the perimeter making an ideal location for summer dining and entertaining. Ample parking also to the rear. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1398957/
A beautiful roof attached grade II listed barn conversion with three bedrooms with en-suite to the master. The property is situated in a stunning rural position with views over adjoining farmland. Additional features include large detached outbuilding which has been divided into a single garage and a converted attic with additional domestic rooms or could be used for office space/games rooms. There are vaulted ceilings with oak beams, oak flooring, double glazed windows and doors and oil fired central heating system. Viewing is highly recommended by Rush, Witt & Wilson, sole agents. There is a lovely gravelled courtyard with ample off road parking and large extensive gardens to the rear. Bedroom 1 16'9 x 12'8 Bedroom 2 11'7 x 9' Bedroom 3 8' x 7'7 Reception 1 23'7 x 12'4 Kitchen 11'3 x 8'7. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1065105/