This delightful, well planned barn conversion, nestling in approximately 4 acres, provides ideal family accommodation; enjoying fabulous rural aspects and conveniently situated within easy access to the Airport, public schools, Castletown and the Commercial centre of Douglas.
Directions to property
Travelling out of Ballasalla towards St Marks along the A26 Crossag Road, continue to St Marks and take the left hand fork onto the B30, continue past the Church and at the point where the road bears left, continue straight ahead into the no through road, proceed for approximately 4/10 of a mile and turn right onto a concrete lane, immediately after the roadside property named Thalloovell. This private lane leads directly to the property.
An impressive entrance, through arched double, half glazed hardwood doors and a granite stone arch; a solid oak, staircase and galleried Landing; a light and airy Hallway with velux double-glazed roof windows; tiled floor, with under - floor heating; shelved under stairs cupboard; door to:-
Containing a white coloured suite, comprising low flush w.C and pedestal wash hand basin; tiled floor, with under floor heating; extractor fan.
(26'8 x 14'0 approx) A light and airy room provided by 5 windows; impressive Manx Stone Chollagh style fireplace, with an inset log burning stove; television and telephone points; wired for Satelite t.V; tiled floor, with under floor heating; glazed, double doors to both the Reception Hall and :-
(15'8 x 11'8 approx) Enjoying fabulous, un-interrupted views over the adjacent countryside to the coastline beyond; uPVC double-glazed construction; light and power points are installed; French door to the adjacent garden; tiled floor.
(23'3 x 14'8 approx) Fitted with an excellent range of hand crafted, solid wood, matching wall and base units, with contrasting slate tiled work surfaces; oil fired, 5 oven Aga; inset 1 bowl asterite sink; plumbing for automatic dishwasher; space for fridge/freezer; matching dresser unit; exposed ceiling beams; brick and timber features; quarry tiled foor, with under floor heating; door to:-
(7'0 x 5'0 approx) Fitted base unit, with timber work surface and an inset Belfast sink; floor to ceiling cupboards housing the Camray oil fired central heating boiler, plumbing for automatic washing machine and space for tumble dryer; cloaks hanging area; door to rear Courtyard.
(21'6 x 14'8 approx) Exposed ceiling beams; attractive, hard wood, spiral staircase to first floor; slate tiled floor, with under floor heating; 3 wall light points plus ceiling lights; steps to inner Hall, with services cupboard.
(17'0 x 13'0 approximately maximum) Stone, feature fireplace, with log burning stove; telephone point.
(21'4 x 16'10 approximately maximum) Dual aspect windows; half glazed door to Courtyard; 2, generous double door shelved cupboards; television point.
This galleried Landing and the adjoining first floor Landing has a very light and airy nature, afforded by a combination of velux double-glazed roof windows and wall windows.
Entering the Bedroom from the dressing area, with exposed roof purlins.
(15'6 x 13'9 approx) Exposed trussed and purlins; dual aspect windows enjoying those fabulous rural to sea views; timber lintel features; television and telephone points.
En-Suite Shower Room
Containing a white coloured suite, comprising glazed shower cubicle, with fully plumbed shower valve and fully tiled walls; twin vanity wash hand basins, with cupboards below; Karndean flooring.
(11'6 x 10'9 approx) Wall and velux double-glazed roof windows.
Fitted with a cream coloured suite, comprising large, panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush w.C; shower cubicle, with fully tiled walls and a fully plumbed shower valve; heated towel rail and radiator; wall mounted mirror, shaver light socket and extractor fan; built-in airing cupboard housing the megaflow pressurised hot water cylinder and fitted linen shelving.
(15'7 x 10'9 approx) Twin windows and a velux double-glazed roof window.
(16'11 x 11'4 approximately maximum) Exposed trussed and purlins; wall of built-in wardrobes; dual aspect windows, enjoying pleasant rural views.
(16'11 x 13'10 approx) Triple aspect windows, enjoying some delightful rural views; exposed trusses and purlins; door to:-
Substantially tiled walls, to compliment the white coloured suite, comprising panelled bath, with a thermostatically controlled shower and screen above; pedestal wash hand basin and low flush w.C; wall mounted mirror and shaver light/socket
Approached over a private, lane, into an expansive tarmacadam Courtyard, providing parking for numerous vehicles and access to:-
(24'8 x 17'6 approx) Twin timber doors; light and power points are installed; personnel door to:-
Extending to approximately 4 acres in total; adjacent to the property is a formal lawn area, with feature rockery area, bounded by maturing hedging, this extends into a field of approximately 3 acres; access is available all around the property, a front courtyard, Gravelled, with Manx Stone walling and paved pathways leading to the impressive front entrance porch.
An internal inspection is highly recommended in order to appreciate this superb barn conversion, together with its land and fabulous panoramic rural to distant sea views.
Mains electricity and water are installed; private drainage; the property has double-glazed windows and is served by an oil fired central heating system.
Fitted Carpets and Curtains
Rateable Value 268.00 Rates Payable 1031.00