A spacious single storey village barn conversion in an edge of village setting, approached along a private lane, with a quarter acre garden, generous parking and oversized double garage
Located in a secluded setting, approached along a private lane which also serves two other dwellings, and with views over fields towards Braceborough, this attractive single storey stone under pantile barn conversion was created in 1985.
Owned as a second home in recent years, the house offers well-proportioned accommodation of over 1,900 square feet, with an oversized adjoining double garage.
The front door opens into a full width, wide and inviting entrance hallway, from which French doors open to the rear garden. The spacious, dual-aspect sitting room, alongside, also has French doors to the rear garden, along with a large stone fireplace and exposed ceiling timbers. The dining room is open to the fitted kitchen, from which there is also access into a large utility. The bedroom wing incorporates four double bedrooms, with an en suite shower room to the principal bedroom, served by a family bathroom.
The house sits within a garden plot of 0.26 of an acre in total. There is a large and attractive lawned front garden, within which a gated gravel driveway provides parking for several vehicles with access to the property's oversized double garage, coupled with a large southerly facing courtyard, with access around the house, and from within its hallway and sitting room.
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.
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I really like this property, which I think has a lovely feel and occupies an attractive village setting. With four bedrooms, two bath or shower rooms, linked dining room and kitchen, and spacious sitting room, there is also thought to be obvious potential to extend this single storey barn conversion into the cavernous adjoining double garage, subject to the necessary consents. <BR><BR>In an attractive setting between Stamford and Bourne, both market towns with great schools and participatory communities, Barn End is also conveniently placed for rural walks and for commuter road and rail links to the capital and to Cambridge.James Abbott