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Guide price 750,000

Penn Lane, Stathern

SSTC

Features

  • Substantial Detached Conversion
  • Approaching 3500 sq ft
  • 5 Bedrooms, 3 Receptions
  • Bespoke Kitchen
  • Annexe Style Facilities
  • Wealth of Character
  • Generous Driveway, Triple Garage
  • Enclosed Rear Garden
  • EPC Rating - tbc

Floorplan

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An impressive individual detached conversion of a former period barn, sympathetically renovated throughout with a generous level of accommodation which approaches 3500 sq ft. Offering a wealth of character and features and a particularly versatile level of accommodation over two floors, including a substantial single storey element attached to the rear which could be utilised as a separate annexe, making it perfect for extended families with dependent relatives, or even separate accommodation for teenagers or home office.

In total this unique home provides up to 5 double bedrooms, 4 bath/shower rooms and 3 receptions as well as beautifully appointed bespoke farmhouse style kitchen in pippy oak with granite work surfaces, attractive flagstone flooring and high specification integrated appliances. In addition the single storey/annexe part of the dwelling offers a further substantial utility/second kitchen area.

The main kitchen links through to a superb formal dining room which has been converted to create a grand reception having full height vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers and aspect up to a galleried landing above, exposed brick and ironstone elevations, beautiful Minster style stone fireplace and inset stove which overall creates a stunning atmosphere perfect for entertaining. This in turn links through to a cosy everyday sitting room, again with attractive fireplace and leading through into the entrance hall with cloakroom off.

Every room offers its own elements of character with much of the original property having attractive stone mullion leaded windows, exposed internal brick and stonework as well as beamed ceilings. This is complemented by tastefully modernised bathrooms and gas central heating as well as relatively neutral decoration throughout.

The property occupies a delightful deceptive plot located within walking distance of the heart of the village, accessed off a private driveway with substantial parking and attached triple garaging, one of which is large enough to accommodate a caravan or motorhome. A gated walkway leads to an enclosed rear garden with paved terrace and lawn.

Overall viewing is the only way to truly appreciate both the level of accommodation and wealth of character on offer.

Stathern is a thriving village community with local facilities on your doorstep including an Ofsted 'outstanding' rated primary school , local shop, garage, village hall and public house. Further facilities can be found in the nearby market towns of Melton Mowbray, Bingham and Grantham and from Grantham there is a high speed train to King's Cross in just over an hour. The village is also convenient for the A52 and A46 to Nottingham and Leicester with links to the A1 and M1.

AN ATTRACTIVE SOLID OAK ENTRANCE DOOR LEADS THROUGH INTO:

ENTRANCE HALL (3.48m x 2.51m (11'5 x 8'3))
Offering a wealth of features including exposed ironstone elevations and flagstone flooring, exposed beam to the ceiling, leaded light windows with stone mullion frames offering pleasant views down Penn Lane. A further reclaimed stripped pine door leads through into:

CLOAKROOM (2.82m max x 1.02m (9'3 max x 3'4))
Having a modern but traditional style suite comprising mid-flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin, attractive marble tiled floor, chrome towel radiator, extractor, built in cloaks cupboard which also houses the electrical consumer unit and provides useful storage.

DRAWING ROOM (7.37m x 4.62m (24'2 x 15'2))
A well proportioned formal reception the focal point of which is a finished stone carved fire surround and mantle, exposed brick hearth and herringbone back with gas stove, deep pine skirting, two leaded light windows with stone mullion surround and deep sills overlooking the courtyard. A pair of glazed doors give access through into:

DINING ROOM (8.79m x 4.93m (28'10 x 16'2))
A simply stunning room which is a superb feature of this fascinating and individual home, creating a wonderful entertaining space and offering a wealth of character and features as well as a great deal of versatility. Having exposed brick and ironstone elevations, full height ceiling with exposed timbers and beautiful galleried landing above. The focal point of the room is a substantial Minster stone style finished fireplace with brick hearth, herringbone back and inset solid fuel stove, attractive flagstone flooring, central light point and leaded stone mullion windows to both the front and rear. A door leads through into the:

KITCHEN (6.76m x 4.88m (22'2 x 16'0))
A stunning well proportioned farmhouse style kitchen, beautifully appointed having been tastefully refurbished with a range of bespoke pippy oak and hand painted units with granite work surfaces, complementing central island unit which provides a considerable level of storage, Miele induction hob with single oven beneath, complementing painted dresser unit, integrated fridge, freezer and dishwasher, under-mounted twin bowl Belfast-style sink, granite splashbacks, four oven Aga set in attractive chimney breast style surround with exposed brick and oak lintel over, exposed oak beam to the ceiling, exposed ironstone elevation, flagstone flooring, inset downlighters to the ceiling and three leaded light stone mullion windows. A further reclaimed stripped pine door gives access through into:

SECONDARY ENTRANCE HALL (1.52m x 1.68m (5'0 x 5'6))
Having part glazed exterior door, attractive flagstone flooring, reclaimed stripped pine doors leading to:

CLOAKS / BOOT ROOM (3.12m x 1.60m (10'3 x 5'3))
A useful space which offers an excellent level of storage, exposed varnished floorboards, ceiling light point, cloaks hanging space, chimney breast with shelving to the side.

From the secondary entrance hall there is access into a versatile single storey element of the property which could be utilised as annexe style facilities for extended family should this be required, alternatively makes fantastic additional reception space.

FAMILY ROOM (4.88m x 4.65m (16'0 x 15'3))
Having attractive strip wood flooring, deep pine skirting, inset downlighters to the ceiling, two windows to the front elevation, one being leaded light with stone mullion surround. A stripped pine door leads through into:

INNER HALLWAY (2.95m x 0.97m (9'8 x 3'2))
Having attractive arched window to the front, slate tiled floor and door to:

STUDY / GUEST ROOM (3.78m x 2.74m (12'5 x 9'0))
A versatile space currently utilised as an office but has access into a Jack & Jill bathroom making this ideal as guest suite or annexe-style bedroom for extended families. The room is flooded with light from a Velux skylight and a stripped pine door leads through into:

BATHROOM (3.66m x 2.06m (12'0 x 6'9))
Beautifully appointed having been tastefully modernised with a traditiional white suite comprising free standing roll top slipper bath with chrome mixer tap and integrated shower handset, separate quadrant shower enclosure with flush mounted shower mixer and independent handset over, glass curved sliding screen, mid-flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps, deep pine skirting, attractive marble tiled floor, chrome towel radiator, Velux skylight and inset downlighters to the ceiling.

A further door returns to the inner hallway which in turn leads into a:

UTILITY SPACE (4.88m x 2.44m (16'0 x 8'0))
Alternatively this could make a secondary kitchen again creating annexe-style facilities. The kitchen area is beautifully appointed with a range of farmhouse style cream fronted wall and base units, open fronted display unit, granite work surfaces, under-mounted Franke Belfast style sink with brushed metal swan neck mixer tap and granite splashbacks, space and plumbing beneath for washing machine and tumble drier, wall mounted gas combination boiler, attractive slate tiled floor, deep pine skirting, Velux skylight and arched window to the front. A door leads through into:

OFFICE (4.88m x 4.72m (16'0 x 15'6))

A well proportioned versatile reception currently utilised as a home office but offering a great deal of versatility and in conjunction with the additional single storey elements of the home would create a fantastic annexe bedroom or sitting room. The focal point of the room is a chimney breast with attractive finished stone surround and mantle with exposed brick hearth and herringbone back, solid fuel stove and alcoves to the side, French doors leading out into the rear garden.

RETURNING TO THE FORMAL DINING ROOM AN IMPRESSIVE STAIRCASE RISES TO A STUNNING:

GALLERIED LANDING
Offering a wealth of character with heavily beamed ceiling, exposed brick and ironstone elevations, leaded windows overlooking the central courtyard to the front. From here an innder landing gives access through to the:

MASTER SUITE - DOUBLE BEDROOM (3.91m x 3.84m excl w'robe (12'10 x 12'7 excl w'rob)
A well proportioned double bedroom having built in wardrobe with reclaimed pine doors, deep pine skirting, leaded light window to the front and door giving access through into:

ENSUITE BATHROOM (4.09m max x 2.46m max (13'5 max x 8'1 max))
A well proportioned bathroom which has been sympathetically refurbished with a modern but traditional style suite comprising free standing double ended ball and claw bath with chrome mixer tap and integrated shower handset, mid-flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin, marble tiled floor, deep pine skirting, chrome towel radiator, leaded light window to the front and door leading through into:

DRESSING ROOM / BEDROOM 4 (3.45m x 3.10m (11'4 x 10'2))
Although currently used as a dressing room in conjunction with the master suite, this room has additional access returning to the inner landing allowing this to be utilised as an additional double bedroom benefitting from Jack & Jill access into the bathroom. Offering a wealth of character with exposed ironstone elevations and a delightful aspect down Penn Lane, with built in wardrobe providing a good level of storage.

Returning to the main galleried landing and moving to the easterly side of the barn where the second area of the two storey accommodation lies and comprising:

INNER LANDING (6.65m x 1.17m (21'10 x 3'10))
Having two skylights, deep pine skirting.

AIRING CUPBOARD (1.83m x 1.17m (6'0 x 3'10))
As well as providing a useful level of storage also houses the Worcester Bosch gas central heating boiler, hot water cylinder providing heating and water for this two storey element of the property.

BEDROOM 2 (4.88m x 3.05m (16'0 x 10'0))
A well proportioned double bedroom benefitting from ensuite facilities and having deep pine skirting, attractive leaded light window overlooking the courtyard to the front. A stripped pine door gives access through into:

ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM (3.56m x 1.98m (11'8 x 6'6))
Having a suite comprising mid flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin, contemporary shower enclosure with initial drying area and curved glass screen, contemporary shower mixer with independent handset and rose over, tumbled marble tiled splashbacks and floor, chrome towel radiator and leaded light window to the front.

BEDROOM 3 (3.66m x 3.66m (12'0 x 12'0))
A further well proportioned double bedroom also benefitting from ensuite facilities and having aspect into the courtyard to the front, attractive exposed ironstone elevation, stripped pine door leading through into:

ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM (1.93m x 1.83m (6'4 x 6'0))
Having a suite comprising quadrant shower enclosure with curved glass screen and chrome wall mounted shower mixer with independent handset over, attractive tumbled marble tiled splashbacks, mid-flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin, pine skirting, marble tiled floor, chrome towel radiator and leaded light window to the front.

EXTERIOR
The property occupies a deceptive plot with the barn facade fronting Penn Lane and driveway to the side accessed via a pair of timber field gates leading on to a substantial driveway providing more than adequate parking and leads to both a brick and pantiled double garage and additional open garage to the side which would be large enough to accommodate caravan or motorhome.

DOUBLE GARAGE (5.11m x 6.40m (16'9 x 21'0))
Having twin up and over doors, pitched pantiled roof with useful storage in the eaves, power and light and courtesy door to the side.

OPEN FRONTED GARAGE (7.49m max x 3.02m min (4.11m max) (24'7 max x 9'11)
Having pitched roof with exposed timbers, providing a useful storage area with power and light.

GARDENS
There are borders well stocked with established trees and shrubs and access into the rear garden under an attractive pantiled canopy having initial paved terrace which runs the full width of the outbuildings and leads onto a large central lawn with well stocked perimeter borders having established shrubs, enclosed by panelled fencing and stone walling.

COUNCIL TAX BAND
Melton Borough Council - Tax Band G.

Viewing
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