This stunning barn conversion in a aprox one acre plot which incorporates an original stable block to provide a self contained two bedroomed annex. Enclosed family garden to the rear and land with pond.
This detached former granary acknowledges its humble beginnings with the retention of three wide archways to the front of the property, typical of a barn construction, which have been incorporated into the design, housing the main entrance door with side panels and two feature windows.
The living accommodation is arranged into two distinct areas to form a three bedroomed main house and a well proportioned, two bedroomed attached annex.
The spacious and welcoming reception entrance hall has traditional decorative beamed features and a fireplace housing a log effect gas fire. This flexible space is currently used as a sitting and bar area by the present owner and has in the past provided an open plan dining hall. A cloakroom and a study with a range of fitted office furniture, are accessed from the entrance hall.
The dual aspect living room is centred on a large, Inglenook fireplace with an inset cast iron burner creating a cosy welcoming atmosphere to this spacious reception room; undoubtedly the place to relax and take in the fantastic, long distance views over open farm land.
Fitted with a range of oak style units the kitchen has a feature vaulted ceiling, traditional beam and iron work, and is open plan to the dining area of the room. To the rear aspect is a 29' hardwood conservatory which can be accessed from both the kitchen and the entrance hall; an ideal place to enjoy the south facing, private rear garden whilst also providing a large functional space for entertaining throughout the changing seasons. The main house ground floor accommodation is completed by a 15' utility room/workshop leading through to the integral garage.
To the first floor is a spacious galleried landing offering outstanding views and providing access to three spacious double bedrooms, family bathroom and box room. The master bedroom has dual aspect windows and en-suite, bedroom two is also dual aspect and the third bedroom overlooks the rear garden. The family bathroom comprises a four-piece suite with shell design corner bath. A rear lobby from the main house kitchen links into an excellent, self-contained, single storey annex that has been converted from a stable block, full of charm having retained many of the original features to include exposed roof trusses, arched windows and brick support pillars. Perfect for independent living whilst being connected to the rest of the family. The vaulted ceiling living space includes a breakfast kitchen, living room with stone flagged floor, two spacious double bedrooms and a unique bathroom with stone tiled walk-in shower with feature porthole window. Outside The property is approached from a tarmac lane to a private driveway, and is fronted by a Lincolnshire post and rail fence with a broad lawn area. A further gravelled driveway continues alongside the property, providing external access to the annex, a large decked area, and a further garage. To the rear of the property the gardens are set mainly to lawn with a large pond and two raised patio areas, one approached from both the kitchen and conservatory, perfect for outside dining during the summer months. The stable block retains all of its original features, and with the benefit of having power, lighting and water.