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6 bedroom for sale

Wales Lane, Barton-under-Needwood

£775,000 (Guide Price)

  6 bedrooms

Key Features

  • Grade II Listed Cottage & Accompanying Barn
  • Desirable Village Location
  • Wealth of Character
  • Unique Opportunity
  • Superb Mature Gardens & Parking
  • Spacious Accommodation
  • Sympathetically Restored/Converted
  • EPC N/A


Offering a UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY for an extended family, John German are delighted to offer to market this stunning GRADE II LISTED FORMER FARMHOUSE, along with an accompanying SINGLE STOREY THREE BEDROOM BARN CONVERSION, enjoying a mature and PRIVATE GARDEN PLOT.

A glazed entrance door leads into the hallway with timberwork and glazing above having a stone flag flooring and exposed brick work with a fitted guest cloakroom/w.c off.

A decorative leaded half glazed door leads into a pleasant well-proportioned sitting room again with characterful exposed beams, dual aspect windows overlooking the garden and a French door opening out onto the patio.

Adjacent is a character snug with fine inglenook fireplace having inset log burner on a tiled hearth, exposed ceiling beams and wall timbers.

Further off the snug is a separate dining room, again with exposed beams and wall timbers, a decorative fireplace and an interesting redundant decorative staircase off to one corner.

To the front is a pleasant period style breakfast kitchen with a range of bespoke timber units, inset Belfast sink with granite work surfaces, exposed beams and quarry tiled flooring. There is a brick inglenook housing a range style cooker with a tiled splash back over.

Leading off the kitchen is a separate utility area having appliance space, plumbing for a washing machine, large Worcester Bosch floor boiler and a door to the rear porch having a stable door to the driveway.

An enclosed staircase rises from the kitchen to a superb spacious study/landing area with magnificent exposed timber work. From here there are two distinctive character double bedrooms together with a period style bathroom.

An inner landing with exposed wall timbers leads to an excellent master bedroom which is equipped with an attractive modern en-suite shower room.

A glazed door opens into an attractive, well fitted breakfast kitchen with a smart range of base and wall units including a large island incorporating a granite breakfast bar and further granite worktops throughout. There are a number of integral appliances including a Neff halogen hob, extractor hood, Neff microwave combi oven, a further single electric fan oven with a fold away drawer and a full-sized larder fridge.

Off the kitchen is a useful utility with space and plumbing for a washing machine, tiled flooring and a door leads through to a guest WC.

A wide opening with beam over leads from the kitchen into the adjacent dining room with two Velux roof lights and a picture window overlooking the garden.

The separate sitting room features a vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins, dual aspect windows to the garden and a Victorian style decorative fireplace.

A corridor leads from the dining room and provides access to three bedrooms. The spacious master bedroom has a splendid vaulted ceiling with exposed roof truss and a range of fitted wardrobes and storage.

Completing the accommodation is a contemporary shower room with a walk in wet room style shower, vanity wash hand basin, WC, feature radiator and a Velux roof light above.

The properties enjoy a superb colourful cottage style garden with paved pathways, patio areas, extensive lawns with well stocked borders together with a magnificent ancient apple tree to the centre. There is a further secret garden with pathway which envelops the house to both the side and rear as well as a useful timber garden shed and greenhouse.

From Wales Lane there is a gated access to the gravelled courtyard leading to a newly created drive/parking space, together with the opportunity to extend the drive further to the rear and provide a garage as per the planning permission as described below.

Planning Permission P/2018/01079 which has recently been granted to create a new driveway for the parking area leading to the rear with permission for a detached single garage.

Note; The farmhouse is Grade II listed as being of historic and architectural importance, with the barn being within its curtilage.

Tenure: Freehold (purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the tenure via their legal representative).
Services: Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas are believed to be connected to the property, the barn has its own gas and electricity supply. Purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to their suitability.
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Our Ref: JGA/28072020
Local Authority/Tax Band: East Staffordshire Borough Council / Tax Band D

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