A detached single storey barn conversion, converted in 1998 and offering spacious and symmetrical rooms, generous parking and oversized garaging in the attractive estate village of Irnham.
Badgers Rest is an attractive split level single storey barn conversion, converted in circa 1998. It is constructed with stone and brick elevations and occupies a discreet and private village setting, with generous parking, an oversized lofted double garage and mature garden.
The front door, within the entrance porch, opens into a spacious, vaulted dining room, from which French doors open to the garden's terrace.
The kitchen/breakfast room incorporates an extensive and modern fitted suite with integrated appliances, Corian worktops and a fitted breakfast table, and adjoins a separate utility, with plumbing for the white goods, and back door to the garden.
The dual-aspect sitting room has a stone fireplace and partially timbered walls and provides access to the corridor that serves double bedroom one, with its Jack & Jill' full en suite family bathroom, with bath and separate shower, and bedroom two. Double bedroom three, and its second family shower room, are accessed from a lovely, symmetrical study hall in the northern wing of the house, adjoining the dining room.
The property is approached along a private lane that serves four other dwellings, from which a field gate opens to the property's extensive brick paved driveway and parking, which leads to the detached stone garage, with its attached workshop/hobby room.
The partially walled garden lies to the rear of the house, accessed along the eastern side of the house, or from within the utility or dining room. With a wide BBQ terrace lining the rear of the house, lawns extend to the tree lined boundary, with flowering borders and gravelled pathways that lead to a kitchen garden and greenhouse.
Services :Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil central heating.
South Kestevan District Council. Council Tax Band G.
View payable Stamp Duty for this property
If you value peace and being off the beaten track, whilst within a village, this is a great house. It is also versatile; the workshop/hobby room would be my home office, whilst the pedestrian gate from the garden, as a private short cut to The Griffin Inn, which has a fabulous menu, or for rural walks would be well used by me!James Abbott