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3 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Top Wild Park, Brailsford

£500,000

  3 bedrooms

  2 bathrooms

  2 receptions


Key Features

  • Beautiful Barn Conversion
  • Beams and Vaulted Ceilings
  • Characterful Features
  • Bedroom with Walk-In Wardrobe
  • Private Driveway & Courtyard
  • Large Garden Overlooking Fields
  • No Upward Chain
  • Energy Rating: E

Description

A beautifully appointed three-bedroomed barn conversion with a LARGE REAR GARDEN and an abundance of characterful features situated approximately half a mile from the A52 in a small rural development SURROUNDED BY PICTURESQUE FIELDS and countryside. NO UPWARD CHAIN.

A beautifully appointed attached three-bedroomed barn conversion with large rear garden set in a rural location just outside the village of Brailsford. Ideal commuting for Derby, A38 and M1 connections. The property is appointed to a high standard throughout and benefits from two reception rooms, fitted breakfast kitchen with separate utility room, gallery landing with study and master bedroom having a walk-in wardrobe and en-suite. Presented to a high standard throughout with characterful features like exposed beams, vaulted ceilings and en-suite facility to master bedroom.

Entrance is via the main entrance door which leads into a hallway with Staffordshire Blue flooring, a step and door through into the inner hall and doors off to a storage cupboard, utility room and guest cloakroom. The guest cloakroom also has Staffordshire Blue flooring and a white suite. There is a fitted breakfast kitchen with a range of base and wall mounted units, with roll-top work surfaces over, one and a half bowl sink and drainer, gas hob, extractor fan over, double electric oven, integrated fridge/freezer, integrated dishwasher, wooden flooring and a doorway with a step down into the utility room. Here there is a range of base and wall mounted units with roll-top work surfaces over, stainless steel and drainer, wall mounted central heating boiler, washing machine and tiled flooring. The inner hallway leads into the dual aspect dining room with beamed ceiling, stairs off to the first floor accommodation, and then steps and double doors leading into an attractive sitting room, again with a dual aspect, with feature brick fireplace, remote controlled gas living-flame fire, brick hearth, and exposed beam ceiling.

To the first floor, there are stairs leading up into a galleried landing and study area, with a range of fitted units making the perfect study area with book shelves and space for a desk. This area could easily be converted to a fourth bedroom. It has a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and doorway to a further landing with steps up to the master bedroom that has exposed ‘A’ frame beams and purlins, vaulted ceiling, a good-sized walk-in wardrobe with ample storage for clothing. There is a fitted en-suite with a white suite, partially vaulted ceiling and exposed beam, comprising of a shower cubicle with mixer shower over and a heated towel rail. The inner hallway has doors off to further bedrooms and the family bathroom. Bedroom two is a dual aspect room with vaulted ceiling. Bedroom three has a built-in wardrobe and partially vaulted ceiling. The fitted bathroom has an exposed beam, skylights and a white suite including a shower cubicle with mixer shower over, fitted bath and a storage cupboard.

The property is approached via a private lane leading to gated access with its own private courtyard and parking for numerous vehicles. It is mainly gravelled with a raised area which could also be used as additional seating. To the rear is a secluded and landscaped garden mainly laid to lawn, packed with a variety of mature herbaceous perennials and shrubs. With views over fields, there is a paved patio, a large workshop, a further greenhouse, potting shed and vegetable plot.

Agents Notes: Approximately 50% of the lane from the main A52 giving access to the three houses, is publicly maintained (Wood Lane). The title deeds will reveal that the remaining length is owned by the Radbourne Estate. The three houses and the Estate share any costs of maintenance as to 25% each with the slight variation that the three houses equally share the cost of the final approximate 25 yards. The property is not listed but does lie within the curtilage of the listed farmhouse.

Brailsford – A conveniently placed village located on the A52 between Ashbourne (6 miles) & Derby (8 miles). The village is well catered for, having a garage, convenience store/post office, primary school, doctor’s surgery, golf course & driving range, Church and Brailsford C of E primary school and is in the Queen Elizabeth Grammar School (QEG’s) catchment area. Buildings of curiosity are nearby Brailsford Hall built in 1905 in Jacobean style and Culland Hall. Culland Hall currently runs and annual open gardens event which has a plant fair.

Tenure: Freehold (purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the tenure via their legal representative).
Services: Mains water and electricity are believed to be connected to the property but purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to their suitability. LPG heating, private drainage and internet Broadband connection.
Useful Websites: www.environment-agency.co.uk- https://www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk/planning-a-building-control/view-planning-applications
Our Ref: JGA/300819

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