Beautifully Finished Throughout With Exposed Beams & Stonework.
Situated On The Outskirts of The Small Market Town Of Kirton Lindsey
Flexible Accomodation to The Ground Floor
Triple Garage With Ample Storage Space
Open Field Views To The Front & Rear Aspect
Small Paddock To The Side Of The Property
EPC Rating: C
Fine and Country Northern Lincolnshire present to the market this simply stunning expertly renovated barn conversion. Beautifully presented flexible well planned living space with five bedrooms. Family garden and paddock with garaging and stables.
A stunning barn conversion of fabulous proportions situated on the fringe of the popular historic market town of Kirton in Lindsey, on the Lincolnshire ridge providing panoramic views across the Trent Valley to the front and over to the Lincolnshire Wolds to the rear aspect.
The current owners acquired the circa 300-year-old barn in 2005 and embarked on their journey to create a home of flexible living and comfort, as well as an unrivalled entertaining space suited to the demands of modern family life. The home now divides itself into distinct areas which hark back to its agricultural heritage in which the details delight and gently unfold to create a surprisingly dramatic home of unique style. Approached via an oak entrance door which leads into a spacious reception hallway with features to include oak flooring, exposed stone work and a centrally located imperial style oak staircase which leads up to the first floor. A games room of superb proportions easily accommodates a full-sized snooker table and provides views over adjacent farm land. The games room would lend itself perfectly to providing a ground floor formal lounge if required. A single storey wing with rooms arranged from a well-lit walkway with natural light provided from three windows and a door with glazed panels onto the front garden. Two double bedrooms one with a walk in wardrobe wardrobe and the second with a feature stone wall with contemporary spacious Jack and Jill en-suite. A third bedroom/study room is located to the end of the hallway that also benefits from a feature stone wall. A country style extensively fitted kitchen has quality cabinets painted in a soft cream colour with granite work surfaces, inset Belfast style sink with grooved granite draining area and a walk-in storage/pantry room. A feature exposed brickwork double arched wall provides housing for an Aga stove and a multi fuel burning stove is set on a tiled hearth. Dual aspect windows look out onto the rear and front aspects and a set of French doors lead out onto the front garden. There is ample space for a large dining table and a comfortable sitting area. Directly from the open plan kitchen dining Room is access to the side hallway and the more informal entrance to the property via a stable style entrance door. A conveniently placed cloakroom fitted with a modern vanity unit houses a hand wash basin and concealed cistern w.c and a separate utility room is with matching cabinets to the main kitchen and granite work surfaces completes the ground floor. The spacious dual aspect galleried landing leads to two distinct areas the first door opens to a further landing with door to a staircase to the loft which has attic trusses in readiness for conversion for further accommodation if required, subject to obtaining any necessary planning consents. A double bedroom has a feature chrome flu which is fed from the stove in the kitchen and an en-suite shower room. The landing has a built-in linen cupboard with shelving housing the hot water tank. A fabulous sitting room is located to the first floor with a substantial Inglenook fireplace with timber beamed mantle and an inset multi fuel burning stove which is mounted on a tiled hearth. The room is dual aspect to the front and rear maximising the fabulous views on offer. Arranged to the opposite side of the main landing is the master bedroom which is a dual aspect room with a stable door and Juliette balcony to the side, walk-in-wardrobe and an en-suite contemporary styled bathroom with an oval shaped contemporary bath and separate shower cubicle. This area makes for a perfect adult retreat having no other adjacent rooms. The harmony is maintained outside where the wall which encloses the front garden mirrors the stone of the main house with an electric gated access opening onto a driveway. The building is finished to the highest of standards, the stone walls with brick detailing and hand finished pointing are the first indication of the quality of Craftsmen's ship that is utilised throughout the property. On accessing the grounds, you are greeted with a tarmac driveway with block detailing, bordered by two lawned areas which when the gates are closed create a courtyard style formal garden, the driveway leads to a superb matching triple garage. The garage block has triple electrically operated roll over doors, the garage measures 41' 8'' x 19' 10'' (12.71m x 6.05m). Attached to the side of the garage block and incorporating the main garage building are two stables that can be accessed via the rear enclosed garden, above the garage and stable block is an extended loft area with fully bordered floor and full staircase access. The rear garden is fully enclosed predominately laid to a gravel bed with block paved walkways to double gated access to the enclosed paddock. The paddock is fully enclosed with post and rail fencing and has a selection of mature shrubs, smaller trees around its border.