If you are a child, you will want to live here - the large garden is paradise!
In the summer months it is likely you will spend a great deal of time barbecuing your food in this very pleasant open space; any excuse to enjoy the great outdoors!
Not that adults will be disappointed with this lovely barn conversion - far from it. It is the end one of a block of 3 and faces open countryside and the garden area, whilst being detached from the property, is only a short stroll at the top of the driveway, so it is all very safe and secure.
Inside, the rooms are generously proportioned and the fabulous granite kitchen certainly has the 'wow' factor with its light egg shell blue units. This room is an open plan layout with the dining/family area and in addition there is a separate sitting room with access to the patio via the tri-fold doors. Upstairs, all four bedrooms are 'doubles' and outside, there is ample parking space in addition to the garage.
One of the real pleasures of living in this small rural community is the tranquillity it offers with easy access to local footpaths and bridleways. In essence, you are within minutes driving distance from Malpas with its associated shops and amenities, including the highly regarded Bishop Heber High School.
Ceramic tiled floor and radiator.
Open Plan Kitchen/Dining/Family Room. Comprising:-
Kitchen (16' 9'' x 15' 0'' (5.10m x 4.57m))
Belfast sink inset in granite topped base unit with draweres, cupboards and integral dishwasher below, matching base units, wall cupboards and full height larder cupboard with sliding spice racks and shelves, granite topped island unit having stainless steel drawer fridge below, skirting spotlights, free-standing rangemaster electric cooker with 5 induction hobs and 2 ovens and grill below, tiled splashback with illuminated extractor hood above, ceramic tiled floor, beamed ceiling with recessed spotlights, radiator and leading to:-
Dining/Family Room (16' 9'' x 15' 10'' (5.10m x 4.82m))
Open tread staircase to first floor, oak flooring, recessed ceiling spotlights and radiator.
Sitting Room (16' 11'' x 16' 5'' (5.15m x 5.00m))
Brick fireplace having log burning stove on brick and stone hearth with oak beam above, recessed ceiling spotlights, radiator and tri-folding doors leading onto the paved patio.
Utility Room (9' 6'' x 9' 1'' (2.89m x 2.77m))
Full height shelving for appliances, Worcester free-standing oil central heating boiler, plumbing for washing machine, full height built-in cupboard with storage below, built-in shoe/storage shelves, external double glazed door, laminate flooring and radiator.
Study (9' 3'' x 7' 6'' (2.82m x 2.28m))
Velux double glazed roof skylight window, radiator, exposed ceiling beam with track lighting and double-door airing cupboard having slatted linen shelves with insulated hot water cylinder and immersion heater.
Master Bedroom (17' 5'' x 13' 7'' (5.30m x 4.14m))
Exposed ceiling beams, recessed ceiling spotlights and 2 radiators.
En-Suite Shower Room (7' 2'' x 6' 4'' (2.18m x 1.93m))
Corner shower cubicle with mains mixer shower unit, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC. Ceiling truss and beams, Velux double glazed roof skylight window, recessed ceiling spotlights, extractor fan and chrome towel rail/radiator.
Bedroom 2 (15' 11'' x 9' 0'' min (4.85m x 2.74m min))
Exposed ceiling beam, 2 Velux double glazed roof skylight windows, and radiator.
Bedroom 3 (12' 6'' x 7' 10'' (3.81m x 2.39m))
Exposed ceiling beam and radiator.
Bedroom 4 (11' 9'' x 8' 1'' (3.58m x 2.46m))
Exposed ceiling beam and radiator.
Family Bathroom (7' 5'' x 6' 5'' min (2.26m x 1.95m min))
Panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, open shower cubicle with glazed screen and mains mixer shower unit on raised plinth, wash hand basin in vanity unit with cupboards below and close coupled WC. Ceiling beam and truss, tiled walls and floor, spotlights, built-in double door medicine cabinet with mirrored display niche below, extractor fan, Velux double glazed roof skylight window and chrome towel rail/radiator.
Shared gravel driveway with both allocated and visitor parking and leading to the front block paved main entrance which has flower and shrub borders.
Enclosed paved patio area to the side of the house with dry stone wall and gravel features.
Timber garage with covered verandah/storage area. Circular paved patio, log store plus ample space for a trampoline, if required. Timber shed and adjacent covered storage area.
Large lawned rear garden (approximately 0.5 acre) with mature trees including poplars, oak and fruit trees. Plenty of good quality soil and space to create your own vegetable plot/allotment or even add a greenhouse. Traditional English hedgerows with a mix of native species, plus a hollow having a pond with grasses, bullrushes and overhanging trees - bliss!
Mains water and electricity. Septic tank drainage.
Oil fired boiler supplying radiators and hot water.
From Whitchurch head North along A41, out of the town and into Grindley Brook. Turn left at The Horse and Jockey pub and follow the lane (B5395) for about 3.5 miles into Malpas. Turn left at the obelisk into Church Street and follow the road (signposted for Bangor-On-Dee) out of the built up area for about a mile and then turn right (signposted for Cuddington) into Chorlton Lane. Follow the country lane for just over a mile, into Chorlton and turn right at the timber village hall (still Chorlton Lane) and the driveway to the property is located on the right hand side after about 0.2 miles.
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