Semi-Rural Barn Conversion with Stunning Views.
Hunters Moon is a charming stone barn conversion set in a popular, semi-rural hamlet. The property was originally part of the neighbouring farm as a cow shed from the mid-18th century, and then converted to residential living in the 1980's.
Approached over a gravel driveway which has shared access to one other property, private parking for two or three cars.
A pathway leads to a courtyard in front of the barn entrance. Enter the dining room, leading through to both kitchen/breakfast room, downstairs cloakroom and sitting room. Italian travertine flooring has been laid throughout the kitchen/breakfast room, downstairs cloakroom and dining room.
The kitchen/breakfast room has solid oak work surfaces, mixer tap and drainer, Bosch double oven, four ring gas hob and extractor hood. Space for washing machine, dishwasher and American style fridge freezer. Breakfast seating area, Gas Worcester Bosch condensing wall boiler and exposed stone wall.
The sitting room has engineered oak flooring and an inglenook fireplace with log burning stove, double doors, which open on to the spacious courtyard area to the front, which has outdoor lighting and electric socket. Superfast broadband, phone point, satellite dish and under stairs cupboard.
The upstairs floor has been laid with 15mm Acoustilay soundproof and insulation matting under all the floors.
The landing highlights the barns original exposed beams and stone walling, skylight that provides light to the landing, which is laid with oak engineered flooring.
The entrance to the loft can be found on the landing. The loft is full length and boarded with lights, sockets and three skylight windows.
The Oak flooring follows through to the principal bedroom, which offers plenty of room with a large four panelled window and deep sill. The en suite has a shower cubicle, toilet, basin, ladder radiator and skylight.
There are two further double bedrooms, plus a single bedroom/office with beams and skylight.
A modern family bathroom, has both beams and exposed walling and rain shower over bath.
From the courtyard, the entrance path leads you back to the parking area and onto the separate, main garden. A completely private area with an established, nature filled garden, multiple seating/ entertaining areas, and an expansive view of uninterrupted countryside. The garden is bordered on two sides by farmland. The LPG tank and garden shed can be found at the bottom of the garden shielded by trees.
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A fantastic house perfect for alfresco entertaining with the most stunning views!Francesca Moss