A detached stone built barn conversion set in just under half an acre with approximately 2648 sq ft of useful outbuildings with potential. Delightful location bordering open countryside. Excellent accessibility to Bristol and Bath.
* An unusual opportunity * well presented flexible accommodation * entrance hall * lounge/dining room with wood burning stove * well appointed kitchen/breakfast room * porch and cloak room/utility * galleried landing * 3 bedrooms (2 downstairs) * master with en suite shower room and walk in wardrobe * sweeping driveway approach leading to an extensive gravelled parking area and outbuildings * level garden * viewing highly recommended *
Directions Travelling on the A39 form Bath through the village of Corston, continue to Corston Fields and The Wheatsheaf public house. Just beyond the Wheatsheaf heading away form Bath turn right through two stone built pillars on to a block paved driveway continue straight ahead through the electric gate on to the driveway of The Malthouse.
This attractive detached converted stone built former farm building provides well presented comfortable accommodation of character arranged over two floors with the bulk of the accommodation on the ground floor. The accommodation provides pleasant atmosphere and a good degree of versatility including a generously sized reception room with wood burning stove, well appointed kitchen and two bedrooms on the ground floor with an 'L' shaped hallway with minstrels gallery above and the master bedrooms on the first floor with en suite shower room in addition to the ground floor bathroom.
Beyond the barn are three substantial and useful adjoining outbuildings one of which is open fronted, in total providing 2648 sq ft of space suitable for storage and ideal for any car enthusiast or hobbyist or perhaps more formal business use (subject to obtaining necessary consents) or alternatively with residential development potential (subject to obtaining necessary local authority approval).
The Malthouse is set in level gardens and grounds of just under half an acre and enjoys views across open countryside. The property is well situated for easy access for the city of Bath and commuting to Bristol. Both cities hold a wide range of cultural, employment, sporting and shopping facilities and have excellent scholastic opportunities. The property falls in the catchment area of the renowned Wellsway Comprehensive School at Keynsham and there is a popular local hostelry on the doorstep with a village shop at nearby Corston and a wider range of village facilities in Saltford while the town of Keynsham is also close by.
In fuller detail the accommodation comprises (all measurements are approximate)
Entrance door leading to
Hallway: Double panel radiator, feature exposed stone wall, wall mounted uplighter, staircase rising to first floor with turned spindle balustrading with minstrels gallery above and vaulted ceiling.
Reception room: 6.10m x 6.65m (20' x 21' 10") reducing to 4.15m (13' 7") Arched double glazed window to front aspect and further double glazed window to front and double glazed window to rear. Attractive fireplace with Bath stone and timber bressumer beam housing a wood burning stove. Coved ceiling, two double panel radiators.
Kitchen/breakfast room: 6.17m x 2.78m (20' 3" x 9' 1") Double glazed door to rear aspect and double glazed window, tiled floor, ceiling mounted downlighters, double panel radiator. Furnished with a range of modern wall and floor units in cream with granite work surfaces and tiled surrounds. Inset sink with mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, range cooker with canopied extractor hood above and american fridge/freezer. Pull out larder unit, integrated microwave and glazed display cupboards.
Lobby/porch: Tiled floor, double glazed window, floor mounted Worcester oil fired central heating boiler. Alarm panel. Door to outside.
Cloakroom: Tiled floor, double obscured glazed window, radiator, low level wc and wash hand basin with tiled splash back, plumbing for automatic washing machine.
Bedroom: 4.56m x 2.60m (15' x 8' 6") Double glazed window to side aspect, radiator.
Bedroom: 3.20m x 1.96m (10' 6" x 6' 5") Exposed stone wall, radiator, double glazed window.
Bathroom: Double glazed window, fully tiled walls and floor. Refitted with a white suite with chrome finished fittings comprising low level wc, bath with mixer tap, wash hand basin with mixer tap and fully tiled shower enclosure with thermostatic shower head. Shaver point.
Galleried landing: Access to roof space.
Master bedroom: 4.67m x 3.10m (15' 4" x 10' 2") With vaulted beamed ceiling, double glazed windows to front and side aspects with attractive rural views to the side. Double panel radiator. Walk in wardrobes (excluding from measurements).
En suite shower room: Double glazed velux window, white suite with chrome finished fittings in a Victorian style comprising wc with high level cistern, wash hand basin with tiled splash back and fully tiled shower enclosure with thermostatic shower. Extractor fan.
The property is approached from the road through stone pillars to a block paved driveway over which there is a right of way in favour of the adjacent Stantonbury House. A five bar electric gate then leads to a private sweeping gravel driveway which provides the approach to the extensive gravel parking and turning area to the rear of the barn and adjacent to the outbuildings. To one side there is a large level lawn with shrubs, specimen trees and apple trees enclosed with ranch style fencing.
Immediately to the rear of The Malthouse is a small lawned garden and sheltered paved patio terrace with outside lighting and ranch style fencing while to the Front there is a terrace with outside lighting.
A key attribute to the property are three substantial and useful Outbuildings To the rear which in total provide approximately 246sq m (2648sq ft) of accommodation. Part constructed of asbestos and block and comprising
Barn: 16.73m x 6.09m (54' 11" x 20') With sliding entrance door and power and light.
Open fronted barn: 14m x 7.90m (45' 11" x 25' 11")
Garage/barn/workshop: 7.90m x 4.44m (25' 11" x 14' 7") Sliding entrance door and Hay loftAbove.
The buildings are suitable for storage and ideal for any car enthusiast or hobbyist or perhaps more formal business users (subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents). There may be potential to obtain ancillary residential planning consent (interested applicants should be sure to make there own enquires with the local authority).
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