Fine & Country Northern Lincolnshire present this unique four-bedroom family home, beautifully presented throughout. Situated on the fringe of the picturesque village of Thealby, belonging to a small community of three properties which have evolved from the outbuildings which served Thealby Grange.
This former dairy has been renovated to create the most charming of homes sympathetically blending traditional features with modern styling. Offering versatile living accommodation which will appeal to a range of buyers depending on lifestyle needs. A bi-folding entrance door with decorative external shutters created from the barn doors acknowledges the property's humble beginnings. A spacious entrance hall with Italian tiled floor leads to a feature oak staircase with glass balustrade maximising the feeling of space to the first floor. The sitting room continues to combine traditional materials with modern design with a wall mounted modern coal effect fire, central exposed beam to the ceiling and superb oak flooring. A stone pillared wide archway with beamed top leads via steps down to the lower level kitchen. The Kitchen is spacious and well planned in a country style fitted with light coloured kitchen cabinets to include a range style cooker with extractor hood over. The room features a vaulted ceiling with decorative beam work, finished in Italian quality tiled flooring and has ample space for a family dining table, French style doors open onto the front aspect, whilst bi-folding doors allow for a seamless flow to the outside space onto a flagged patio area perfect for enjoying morning coffee. The kitchen also benefits from a practical open plan utility area and a door opens to a shelved pantry. The first double bedroom which is arranged to the ground floor sits alongside bedroom two, a study room and a superb family bathroom. An inner hallway with door to the rest of the ground floor will allow potential for annexed style accommodation in this area or the creation of a fantastic master suite, with space for his and hers dressing rooms and a luxury bathroom and still having two bedrooms to the first floor both with en-suite facilities which are arranged from a glass panelled galleried landing with eave storage.
OUTSIDE The property is approached from a shared block paved access driveway which approaches a courtyard where the property has three appointed car parking spaces. To the courtyard is a converted stable block which is divided to the properties in Euans yard, to provide a storage outbuilding which benefits from power and light making an ideal space for freezer storage, workshop space or a great wine store the vendor has added a range of clay pipes in a traditional wine cellar arrangement. The Dairy itself is the first property approached in the courtyard to the left-hand side. The property is slightly raised, a block paved cobble style walkway extends from the courtyard to the bi-folding entrance. A gateway opens into a private walled courtyard garden with patio area and manageable lawned garden.