Summary guide price - £650,000 - £675,000. A rare opportunity has arisen to purchase this amazing Yorkshire stone converted farm cottage and barn set in rolling farmland with breathtaking with breathtaking views across the valley towards the village of Hooton Pagnell. No Chain.
Description A beautiful L shaped property, constructed to the highest specifications, with a meticulous eye for detail, using original or reclaimed materials. It is heavily beamed and boasts many windows of different sizes which flood the house with natural light.
Access to the property is through electric gates onto a sweeping driveway flanked by night lighting. The drive opens into a large forecourt in front of the triple garage. The forecourt can comfortably accommodate several cars.
Outer Porch A stone archway gives access to the outer porch, which has two stone seats and a flag stone floor. A heavy oak door with original bolts and lock leads into the entrance hall.
Entrance Hall 18' 7" max x 13' 4" into staircase ( 5.66m max x 4.06m into staircase ) The entrance hall of the property provides access to the downstairs wc, dining room and the kitchen. The entrance hall benefits from original features such as oak beams to the ceiling. A hand crafted oak staircase rises to the first floor landing. An archway with a tall glass door leads to the rear terrace.
Downstairs Wc The downstairs wc is fitted with a high level wc and a pedestal wash hand basin. There is marble to the floor and partially tiled walls.
Dining Room 17' 11" x 8' 5" max ( 5.46m x 2.57m max ) A very atmospheric room with a flagged floor and oak beams and room for a long candle lit dining table. Windows on one side look towards the open fields whilst two tall windows opposite overlook a lawned garden.
Living Room 22' 5" max x 18' 7" ( 6.83m max x 5.66m ) The focal point of this impressive room is a large stone fireplace which houses a cast iron stove. French doors, with flanking glazed panels and overlight within an arched opening, lead to the side terrace with a sunken hot tub and the magnificent views towards Hooton Pagnell. A window opposite overlooks the lawned garden. The room has revealed stonework, oak beams and timbers, and an under stair storage cupboard. A bespoke oak staircase rises into a galleried landing above. Access to the library is from this room.
Galleried Landing The landing has a three sided open oak handrail overlooking the living room below. With windows over the lawned garden to the West, it benefits from an abundance of natural light.
Library 11' 6" max x 18' 6" ( 3.51m max x 5.64m ) The large oak beamed library could also be used as an office or even a ground floor occasional bedroom. Situated at the gable end of the house, it has windows on three sides.
Breakfast Kitchen 22' 7" x 9' 3" max ( 6.88m x 2.82m max ) This generous kitchen has front and rear facing windows, giving stunning views. One is a large arched window with an enchanting view of the lawned garden and orchard beyond. Fitted with a range of hand crafted Canadian maple wall and base units with pale blue Corian work surfaces, housing the belfast sink and drainer. There is a breakfast bar and central work station, with built in wine rack, fridge and useful cupboards. There is an Aga with six gas rings, three electric ovens and grill.
Utility Room 11' 9" x 9' 8" ( 3.58m x 2.95m ) With rear facing double glazed windows. Fitted with L shaped kitchen comprising of hand painted wall and base units with worktops housing a belfast sink. There is plumbing for a washing machine and a tumble dryer. There is a slate floor.
Inner Hallway 5' 8" x 9' 7" ( 1.73m x 2.92m ) An open cloakroom.
Integral Garage 21' 2" x 30' 6" ( 6.45m x 9.30m ) A triple garage with three independently operated electric doors. Oil central heating boiler, pumps and water pressure system plus water cylinder and tanks.
Bedroom Two 17' plus wardrobes x 11' max ( 5.18m plus wardrobes x 3.35m max ) A double room with a rear facing window overlooking the rear garden. There are extensive Canadian maple wardrobes, providing ample hanging and storage space. A door leads into a large storage cupboard under the eaves.
Bathroom A spacious bathroom fitted with a cast iron roll top bath, shower cubicle and a pedestal hand wash basin. There is partial paneling to the walls and a shaver point. This contemporary bathroom has an extractor fan and tiled flooring.
First Floor Landing With a rear facing double glazed window overlooking the orchard gardens. There is an access to the family bathroom and the bedrooms. This landing has an oak spiral staircase which provides a divide creating potential to use this part of the property as an independent annexe.
Bedroom four 10' 9" x 11' 10" ( 3.28m x 3.61m ) A double bedroom with two picture lights. Access to the bedroom two. Access to bedroom one. There are front and side facing double glazed window. Access to an external staircase, leading to the front driveway and gardens.
Bedroom One 19' 5" max x 18' 6" ( 5.92m max x 5.64m ) This large room has oak beams and bespoke fitted oak wardrobes. With windows at both sides, it overlooks open country to the East and the lawned garden to the West. A door leads into the en-suite bathroom.
En Suite In keeping with the style of the property this bathroom is fitted with a traditional WC and Hand Basin. It has a roomy shower cubicle. A traditional narrow window provides a stunning view across the shrubs and trees to the East of the house, with the fields beyond.
Bedroom Three 18' 8" max x 11' 11" max ( 5.69m max x 3.63m max ) This room is accessed from the galleried landing. It has side and rear facing windows overlooking the property's gardens. An oak door leads into the traditional en-suite and shower room. Beyond an external door is a stone staircase leading to the garden.
Outside There are sloping lawns to the East of the property with deep borders and established trees and shrubbery. Stone steps lead up to a large terrace with decking and the sunken hot tub. To the rear is the sunny South facing terrace garden. This has a small patio area with adjacent herb bed, lawns and well stocked borders. Steps lead down to a further lawn separated by mature hedging from a small paddock / orchard area with plum and apple trees, running down to a stream at the bottom.
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