Charming barn conversion in a picturesque village.
Approached through electric gates, Little Headlands Barn is a characterful barn conversion benefitting from underfloor heating, double glazing throughout, a large attractive private garden and original bespoke features throughout, including handmade doors, rounded window reveals and exposed brickwork. The front door opens to the entrance hall with oak flooring and a WC off.
The quaint farmhouse style kitchen has an attractive tiled floor, benefitting from a range of fitted units painted in Farrow and Ball "Old White", with a Belfast sink, Neff electric oven, Smeg dishwasher, gas hob and a charming electric Aga. Off the kitchen you will find a utility room with further cupboards and units, with a door leading to the garden and to a boot room.
The impressive drawing room boasts a tall, vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, a multi fuel burner and French doors which open onto the terrace. The separate sitting room has exposed beams, an inglenook style fireplace with a multi fuel burner.
There are two double bedrooms on the ground floor, one with captivating full-length windows with views to the front of the property. The room benefits from traditional oak flooring and an en suite with a freestanding, roll top bath. The second ground floor bedroom offers French doors opening to the garden.
The Pine staircase takes you to the first floor from where you will find three further bedrooms and two-family bathrooms. The principle suite includes an attractive double bedroom and an en suite bathroom with a roll top bath and a separate shower. The suite also offers a walk-in wardrobe and a further large room, offering a multitude of uses including a nursery, office or gym.
The picturesque property is entered through handcrafted electric timber gates with stone walling either side, and a matching pedestrian gate to the left side. With landscaped lawns and borders, the driveway opens to an ample parking area alongside a large double garage with electricity connected.
There is a terrace to the front of the property, offering a great place to enjoy the afternoon sun. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a laurel hedge border. There is a rear terrace which is ideal for alfresco dining and a gravel path which borders the house. There is an oak framed porch to the rear with a boot room which benefits a Belfast sink with hot and cold running water.
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I love the family feel that this beautiful barn offers.Beccy Theodore-Jones