A beautiful four bedroom barn conversion with first class equestrian facilities and about 12 acres of land
A superb barn conversion extending to just over 3,500 square feet, The Granary is situated on the periphery of the highly desirable village of Brandsby, at the foot of the Howardian Hills an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
In true barn conversion style, the property benefits from high ceilings, exposed beams and large, spacious rooms.
Set within a substantial plot of about 12 acres of gardens, orchards and paddocks, the property has seven immaculate timber clad, block and stone stables, a triple garage and a double garage.
The property is entered through a welcoming and spacious reception hall, double doors opening to an impressive sitting room with multi-fuel stove and dual aspect windows creating a fantastic space for entertaining and relaxing.
The open plan kitchen-dining-living space is very much the heart of the home with a high wooden clad ceiling, wonderful oak beams and patio doors opening to the garden creating an impressively bright space. The well planned kitchen features crafted wooden units, granite worktops, built in quality appliances and a breakfast bar.
In addition there is a more formal dining room with space for a large table, a useful study and downstairs WC.
The first floor is home to four double bedrooms, all enjoying stunning countryside aspects. The principal bedroom and bedroom two both benefit from en suite bathrooms and fitted wardrobes.
The house is set back in a private position, approached by a long tree lined drive; a sizeable driveway provides parking for several cars. To the north of the property, in an elevated position, sits the stable block and garages. A great deal of thought has been put into utilising the outdoor space, with plenty of outbuildings that could easily be used for home gyms, overflow storage and machinery.
A manicured lawned garden sits to the south and east of the property, a gate provides access to a paddock of about an acre. The remaining paddocks are accessed to the top of the lane, divided by post and rail fencing to allow rotational grazing. To the south of the paddocks sits an equestrian ménage.
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It is clear the vendor has put a great deal of thought and attention into designing this superb property, one which would suit equestrian enthusiasts or in fact any buyer looking to 'escape to the country'.Ed StoyleProperty agent