Barn Conversion For Sale

2 Stanton Barns, Wards Lane, Stanton by Bridge, Derby

Guide price £525,000 Sold


A very well presented barn conversion with extensive landscaped gardens and bordering open countryside.

  • A spacious reception hall
  • Sitting room
  • Open plan breakfast kitchen
  • Two further bedrooms
  • Master bedroom with en suite
  • Family bathroom
  • Extensive landscaped gardens
  • Car parking for multiple vehicles
  • Double Garage
  • Open rural views to the rear



Situation
2 Stanton Barns sits within a small development of three barn conversions off Ward's Lane, bordering open countryside on the edge of Stanton by Bridge. The village is located 1.5 miles north of the delightful market town of Melbourne and five miles south of Derby. It is located at the southern end of Swarkestone Bridge - a renowned causeway dating from the early 1200's. The village includes a number of attractive Georgian houses, and the small parish Church of St Michael.


Road communication links in the area are excellent with Birmingham, Leicester, Derby and Nottingham all within commuting distance. Rail links and East Midlands Airport are also within easy reach. The area offers a wide range of sporting facilities including sailing clubs at Swarkestone (on the edge of the village), Foremark Reservoir and Staunton Harold Reservoir, and motor racing at Donington Park. The Peak District National Park, with superb walks is easily accessible from Stanton by Bridge. A great choice of public footpaths and bridleways can be accessed from Stanton By Bridge (and Wards Lane itself) leading across the adjoining countryside, with some providing access to the River Trent as well as Melbourne.


The property sits within the catchment area of the well-regarded Chellaston Academy. Private schooling in the area includes Repton Prep, Repton School, Derby Grammar School and Derby High School.


Description
2 Stanton Barns is an attractive three-bedroom barn conversion of red brick and stone construction, which is presented to a very good standard both internally and externally. The barn is complemented by extensive and well-designed gardens bordering on to open countryside and a double garage.


Accommodation
The front door opens into a reception hallway with laminate wood flooring and a full height window taking in views of the garden and beyond. This is a spacious area which is currently used as a study/home office but would be suitable for a variety of uses such as a formal dining area, snug or playroom if required. Off the hall is a fabulous open plan living kitchen which has a comprehensive range of Shaker style units with wood effect work surfaces and incorporating a built-in washing machine, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and an electric oven and hob. A central island unit provides further storage, a wine rack and a breakfast bar. The kitchen is complemented by polished terracotta floor tiles and a step leads down to a dining area, having double doors out to the rear gardens and glazed panels showcasing the views.


On the opposite side of the entrance hall is a charming sitting room which has a vaulted ceiling and exposed timberwork within the wall. A multi-fuel burner sits on a slate hearth and double doors open on to the rear patio. A door leads through to an inner hallway with a double bedroom overlooking the front courtyard, a bathroom, and a cloaks cupboard. Stairs with a study corner underneath rise to a generous galleried double bedroom with Velux windows. This wing of the house could be used as a separate annexe or guest suite if required and subject to any necessary consents.


The principal staircase rises to the master suite. The bedroom has a good height ceiling and windows overlooking the rural views. A walk-in wardrobe with hanging rails provides ample storage space. An adjoining shower room with airing cupboard completes the suite.


Outside
The property sits within a courtyard setting at the front with a pathway up to the front door and a wide lawn area. A driveway serving the three barn conversions leads down to a detached garage block and car standing space. The garage measures 19'5 x 18'8" and is currently divided into two separate areas, being a gym and a store/workshop.


The rear gardens are extensive and fully enclosed and offer a high degree of privacy whilst taking full advantage of the open countryside views. There are several separate seating areas including an enclosed decked area adjoining the house. Steps go up to a vegetable garden with miniature hedging and greenhouse, continuing to a wide lawn area and a charming summer house in front of which is a further paved area. Access to the garage is gained via a rear courtesy door and a pathway with gate leads to the rear parking area.

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