An attractive detached barn with excellent communication links.
The Willows is a wonderfully presented, characterful, three bedroom detached barn with original exposed beams, countryside views and gated private parking.
The front door opens to the entrance hall, with Fossil Mint, natural stone flooring that extends the entire ground floor. The spacious kitchen is fitted with a range of units and cupboards incorporating shelving and plate racks, a dishwasher, Smeg cooker and extractor fan and a central island with further cupboards and wine racks. Beyond the kitchen is a utility room with an additional range of units, a sink and washing machine.
The impressive drawing room boasts a tall, vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, spotlight lighting, a double aspect, log effect stove and French doors which open onto the terrace.
The master bedroom suite has a wonderful dual aspect with a floor to ceiling window, fitted wardrobes and en suite shower room with a vanity unit and wash basin. The family bathroom is also on the ground floor with a freestanding bath and separate shower.
On the first floor are two spacious double bedrooms, the first with a dressing area and fitted cupboards and the second with an apex roof and built in wardrobes.
The Willows is entered via a wooden gate into a spacious, gravel parking area. A wooden fence with rose arbor separates the garden and from which a path sweeps to the front door bordered by a herbaceous bed. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a selection of trees including three mountain ash, a twisted willow, maple, cherry, sliver birch and laburnum. The property has a lovely terrace with wonderful views over open countryside.
Residents pay a maintenance charge of £35 per month for the upkeep of the communal areas including the driveway, grass cutting and water treatment plant. The neighbouring farmer, on application of a license, will grant access to his land, via various paths which lead onto tracks and to the local pub.
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A barn with many charms.Beccy Theodore-Jones