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6 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Thurvaston Road, Marston Montgomery

£900,000 (Guide Price)

  6 bedrooms

  4 bathrooms

  3 receptions


Key Features

  • VIDEO TOUR AVAILABLE
  • Outstanding Barn Conversion
  • Set in 0.88 Acres plus 1.99 Acre Paddock
  • Glorious Countryside Views
  • Beautiful Garden Room
  • Farmhouse Kitchen with Breakfast Area
  • 3 Bay Stable Block
  • EPC Rating F

Description

*VIDEO TOUR AVAILABLE* An outstanding barn conversion offering SUBSTANTIAL ACCOMMODATION, set in 0.88 acres with a 1.99 acre paddock, enjoying GLORIOUS VIEWS over Derbyshire countryside.

An outstanding barn conversion located on the fringe of the highly sought-after village of Marston Montgomery enjoying stunning westerly views over glorious Derbyshire countryside.

The property offers substantial accommodation over two floors including impressive reception rooms, a farmhouse style kitchen and a large garden room overlooking the garden and views. Boasting plenty of charm and character, this property provides a lovely family home, there are four bedrooms in the main part of the house and an adjoining guest annexe with en-suite and further potential bedroom with en-suite.

Set in grounds of 0.88 acres with a 1.99 acre paddock accessed via two entrances. An outbuilding provides a versatile hobby room which could be used as an office as it has the use of its own shower facility. There is a beautiful courtyard on two tiers with ample space for entertaining, log store and three bay stable block.

Marston Montgomery is a beautiful quaint village in a quiet corner of the Derbyshire Dales, located 7 miles from Ashbourne, 15 miles from Derby and also the benefit of being readily accessible to the A50 linking the Midlands to the main two motorways and airport. Within the village there is Marston Montgomery Primary School, a village hall, ‘The Crown Inn’ public house and the Church of Saint Giles that dates back to Norman times but was heavily restored during the 19th century. There is a lovely selection of varying styles of architecture surrounded by fantastic Derbyshire Dales countryside.

Accommodation
A main entrance door opens into the hallway with solid oak flooring and stairs to first floor.

Double doors open to a sitting room with solid oak flooring and a beamed ceiling.

Off the hall the dual aspect drawing room has solid oak flooring, a beamed ceiling and a wooden fire surround having an open fire, cast iron inset and granite hearth.

Along the hall double doors open to an impressive sized garden room enjoying those fantastic views over countryside and fields, with a tiled floor and French doors out to the patio. The room has had an insulated tiled roof fitted that provides all year-round usage.

Also off the hall a stable door opens into the L-shaped dining kitchen fitted with a range of wooden units, solid granite work surfaces over, inset Belfast sink, space for fridge/freezer, plumbing for dishwasher and a four door oil fired Aga that is independent from the heating and water system. Quarry tiled flooring runs throughout and into the adjoining family room that has a vaulted ceiling and exposed beams and purlins. A door leads out to the rear and a door leads off to the boot/utility room again with quarry tiled flooring, wall mounted units, plumbing for washing machine, space for dryer and space for additional freezers. Doors lead off to a boiler cupboard and a guest cloakroom fitted with a white suite and quarry tiled floor.

A passageway connects the front courtyard and leads to the rear garden. This also leads to an en-suite bedroom with laminate wooden floor, storage cupboard and a door off to its own en-suite that has been refitted including a double width shower cubicle and heated towel rail.

A wooden open tread staircase leads to a first-floor room ideal as a study or an occasional bedroom.
This area would be ideal for a dependant relative or offers potential to create a holiday let (subject to the relevant permissions).

Back to the main house, stairs rise to a gallery landing. The master bedroom has a double width wardrobe plus a storage cupboard and vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and purlin. This dual aspect room enjoys stunning countryside views over the rear. A door leads to an en-suite bathroom with a white suite including a Victorian style freestanding bath, a shower cubicle with mixer shower over and heated towel rail.

There are three further well-proportioned bedrooms served by a refitted shower room with a white suite.

Outside
Gated access opens to a large tarmacadam driveway providing ample parking for several vehicles. At the rear is a fantastic enclosed courtyard ideal for al fresco dining and a large lawn and display borders with a range of herbaceous perennials and shrubs.

Accessed via the courtyard is an additional bedroom with a laminate wooden floor and door to a refitted en-suite with a white suite and heated towel rail. This would also make an ideal area for a dependant relative or holiday let potential (subject to permissions).

There is an additional outbuilding ideal as a hobby room or office with laminate flooring. A lobby area also has laminate flooring, useful storage cupboard and its own shower room.
A log store is also located here along with a three-bay stable block with power and lighting.
A side gate gives access to the paddocks which also have a separate access from the road. See Promap for measurements of grounds and paddock.

Notes
1) The annexe is joined to a neighbour’s outbuilding.
2) There are some new homes being built in the village.

Tenure: Freehold (purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the tenure via their legal representative).
Services: Mains water, drainage, electricity are believed to be connected to the property. Oil tank.
Broadband Internet Connection.
Purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to their suitability.
Useful Websites: www.environment-agency.co.uk www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk
Our Ref: JGA/05032020
Local Authority/Tax Band: Derbyshire Dales District Council / Band G

To book a viewing of this Barn Conversion in Martson Montgomery contact John German Estate Agents in Ashbourne

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