Price Guide £775,000 Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: JN5101
An attractive conversion of a former chapel dating originally from 1828 and, we understand first converted in the 90’s with later extensions. The property benefits from some lovely period features including stone mullion arched windows to the bedrooms and main reception room as well as exposed timbers etc. There is a very nice contemporary kitchen / diner with good ceiling heights giving the property a light and airy feel and in the agent’s opinion is extremely well-presented. There is the following accommodation, please refer to floor plan for approx. room sizes
Rear Lobby / Boot Room Stable main door to outside, far door to outside, tiled floor, window, door to:
Cloakroom wash hand basin, WC, window, extractor
Kitchen / Breakfast Room fitted with a wide range of modern wall and base units finished in Grey, Corian work surfaces, inset sink with mixer tap, window, high ceiling, roof light, island unit with pan drawers, wine rack etc, space for range with hood above, glass splashback, tiled flooring
Walk-in Utility Room wall unit, inset sink with mixer tap, ladder towel rail, plumbing for washing machine, cupboard housing hot water tank and control systems
Dining Room window with seat, church style radiator, double doors with secondary glazing to garden, oak flooring, glazed double doors to:
Sitting Room oak flooring, window with outlook to stables, brick fireplace with multi-fuel stove, beams to ceiling, radiator, stairs rising to first floor, door to:
Study / Office (Potential Bedroom Four) window with view to stables, pine flooring, bespoke timber shutters, radiator, beam to ceiling, understairs store cupboard
Landing with beams
Bedroom feature arched window, radiator, electric towel rail, wide board pine door
Bedroom feature arched window with view to yard, loft hatch, built-in wardrobes, radiator
Bedroom feature arch window with view to stables, built-in wardrobes, radiator
Bathroom lagoon style bath with free-standing tap to side, wash hand basin in unit, WC, double shower cubicle, feature radiator, honed marble flooring and part wall tiling
Price Guide £775,000Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: JN5101
OUTSIDE, OUTBUILDINGS & LAND
There is a private pillared and gated access which leads into a gravelled driveway and continues with lawned garden areas either side, one with wildlife pond and a side, private, patio seating area. The driveway comes up to the rear of the property where there is a large gravelled parking and turning area off which there is the Garage with double doors to front, side window and the Okofen pellet fed Pellematic Boiler. The boiler has a hopper and pellets are fed automatically into the boiler thus negating the need for bags etc. This building has light and power and a very useful Loft/Storage room above with steps up from the ground floor.
To the far side of the house there is a further garden area with raised vegetable beds, a small seating area and a pedestrian gated access back out to the lane at the front. There is then a gateway leading up to the rear home paddock. Within the Home Paddock there is a Mono-Pitch Horse Shelter / Log Store of mainly metal construction, 9‘9 x 9‘9 (about 3m x 3m) int.
The Paddock has a gated access back out onto the country lane, and comprises fairly level pasture land enclosed by a mixture of post and stock fencing, and some attractive estate style fencing. There are posts also in situ which can be wired to provide further division. At the far end of the Home Paddock, there is a small woodland coppice, and woodland strip. We understand a bridleway runs through and out onto the country lane. There is also a further attractive coppice area with a soakaway.
Immediately over the country lane, opposite the residence lies the main body of the land and stables, so the horses can easily be viewed from the house. There is a recessed, gated entrance way leading into the drive which leads to the outbuildings.
There are the following outbuildings, refer to plan for approx. sizes:
Purpose Built Stabling of block construction with Three Loose Boxes inc. a Foaling Box plus a Tack Room with heated bridle cupboard and a Concrete Yard Area to the front, outside water tap, light, power. Immediately opposite this is the Block Built Barn / Workshop with double doors to front, pedestrian door, light and power.
The Land then comprises two main blocks of fairly level and very gently sloping productive pastureland, again enclosed by a mixture of stock fencing and post and wire fencing. There is a mains ‘Jack & Jill’ water trough. The land could be easily divided into smaller paddocks. At the far end is a small immature woodland plantation. There are some lovely views on a clear day, along the valley from the land. Within the land area there is a purpose built Manege approx. 40m x 20m with post and rail surround and Martin Collins sand and fibre surface. We understand there is a historic agricultural Right of Access which has not been used in many years.
IN ALL APPROX. 7 ACRES
(About 2.8 Hectares)
Price Guide £775,000Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: JN5101
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