Wed 09 Nov 2016
Check out the WOW FEATURES of this stunning barn conversion near Foston, including the luxury kitchen, impeccable interior, rustic charm and striking garden room
Nestled away in a semi-rural spot near Foston, is this wonderful gem of a property, offered for sale at a guide price of £425,000. It stands proudly in 0.66 acres of attractive gardens with an extensive driveway.
The property would suit a growing family and is close to the A50 leading to the M1 and M6, which is ideal for those who commute to Derby, Birmingham and Nottingham.
Luxurious Farmhouse-Style Kitchen
Every home needs a lovely kitchen like this one, it is a fabulous room for families to enjoy breakfast and dinner. Fitted with quality units and granite worktops, the kitchen enjoys a range of integrated appliances, it has a central island/breakfast bar as well as space for a breakfast table.
This property would not look out of place in an interior design magazine, the décor throughout is impeccable and there is great use of this year’s trending colour grey.
There’s an abundance of rustic charm you’d expect to find in a well-planned barn conversion, including high vaulted ceilings, exposed brick walls and wooden joists to the ceilings.
Impressive Garden Room
The barn’s rustic charm is evident in this stunning room, from the exposed brick walls and ceiling purlins, to the stable doors looking down from bedroom two.
0.66 Acres of Lovely Gardens
The barn has an extensive lawned front garden which is has display borders and hedging which helps create a nice secluded spot. Running alongside the front garden and though to a rear courtyard is the private driveway which provides plenty of parking for cars and caravans. There is also a very handy outbuilding and a large garage.
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