An attractive four bedroom barn conversion with impressive accommodation retaining many beams and architectural features plus a lift to the first floor and the option to purchase up to 9.25 acres approx of grazing land. The house is double glazed with central heating and two cast iron stoves and briefly comprises; a stunning semi-circular living room, sitting room, entrance hall, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and separate WC on the ground floor. On the first floor; a master bedroom with en-suite plus three further bedrooms and a bathroom. There are pleasant gardens with ample parking, duck pond and a stone & timber built gazebo with barbeque and pizza oven. EPC Rating: E
Optional Land Available: From 1 to 9.25 acres (0.4 to 3.74ha)
The accommodation retains may architectural features to include arched windows in the sitting room, impressive beams in the semi-circular former ‘gin case’ at the rear which now provides a spacious living room and briefly comprises;
The front door leads to a vestibule with inner door to a good sized entrance hall with tiled floor, cloaks cupboard and storage cupboard. In addition, a lift to the first floor which is ideal for disability access.
Sitting Room 6.27m x 4.59m with a cast iron stove in an attractive metal surround and two stone arched windows.
Living Room 7.95m x 7.78m max. being a most impressive and spacious room converted from a ‘gin case’ with a semi-circular end wall, large windows and French doors to the garden and patio. There is a beamed ceiling and a cast iron stove in a large carved timber fireplace.
Inner hall with staircase;
Dining Room 3.27m x 2.19m having double doors to the hall and an opening to the kitchen/breakfast room.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 4.27m x 8.9m max being an L-shaped room with a range of hand built kitchen units to include a large 1½ bowl ceramic sink, green marble work-surface, a central island with wash hand basin, breakfast bar, range with extractor hood over and under stair cupboard.
Utility Room 2.35m x 2.1m having a stainless steel single drainer sink set in wall and base cupboard units plus plumbing for a washing machine and a ceiling clothes airer.
Rear hall with tiled floor, stable door to parking area and separate W.C with wash hand basin
FIRST FLOOR The staircase leads to an impressive galleried landing with exposed stone and timber beams. The landing continues to the Lift and the following accommodation;
Master Bedroom 8.26m x 4.54m max with en-suite shower room 4.38m x 2.1m having a walk in/wet room style shower, pedestal wash hand basin, W.C, heated towel rail, linen cupboard and separate door to the landing.
Bedroom 3.12m x 3.1m
Bathroom 3.13m x 1.71m having a three piece bathroom suite comprising a panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and W.C plus a heated towel rail.
Bedroom 3.18m x 3.14m
Bedroom 4.26m x 2.83m
Outside To the front and side are formal landscaped gardens plus private garden areas with lawn and patio to the rear. There is a vehicular entrance to a tarmac parking area with duck pond and a stone and timber guilt gazebo providing a covered barbeque area with pizza oven 3.8m x 4.6m approx.
OPTIONAL LAND There is the option to buy additional grazing land adjoining the property and in the village.
a. Village land – This is a grazing field extending to around 6.25 acres (2.52 hectares) which is well fenced with natural water from a burn along the southern boundary. The field is shown on the following plan and location plan. To view the field go into the village centre and take the lane between the Station Inn and the shop and follow this lane past Notwen House. The field will soon be seen on your right just before the motorway arch. The vendor is willing to negotiate the sale of this field for which the guide price is £40,000.
b. Adjoining land – The adjoining land is not owned by the vendor but the neighbour is willing to sell an area of land which will probably be between 1 acre and 3 acres with a price subject to negotiation. For enquiries regarding acquisition of adjoining land please consult the selling agents. Any negotiations for this land will need to be taken in to account the cost of erecting a dividing fence and providing adequate access for the purchased land and the retained land.