A stunning barn conversion located in a semi-rural position as part of this exceptional conversion of the former Quorn hunt buildings. Read more
A stunning barn conversion located in a semi-rural position as part of this exceptional conversion of the former Quorn hunt buildings. The property was believed to have been mainly formed of stables and with a sympathetic later extension as part of the conversion to residential dwellings circa 1997. The magnificent Edwardian architecture throughout Quorn Park is abundant and with this property in particular having many attractive character features such as high level ceilings over 9ft, internal doors with cast iron style furniture, Karndean flooring throughout much of the property, attractive traditional bond brickwork, cantilevered slate covered roofing and enjoying attractive views over the garden and mature trees beyond. This is a very special property within a friendly and conveniently located development just outside the village of Barrow upon Soar, which has numerous amenities and a train link to Loughborough and Leicester onwards to London. This property enjoys one of the larger garden plots on the development and with off road parking for two vehicles. In brief the accommodation comprises entrance porch, entrance hall, two large double bedrooms, generously proportioned bathroom, large open plan lounge/diner with French doors to rear and a spacious dining kitchen.
Accommodation The property is entered via a front an attractive glazed door into:
Entrance Porch7'8" x 3'7" (2.34m x 1.1m). A spacious area with Karndean flooring, recessed spotlighting to the ceiling, coving to ceiling, bespoke fitted shelving and storage cupboard and doorway through to:
Entrance Hall With recessed ceiling spotlighting, coving to ceiling, electric storage heater and access to bedrooms, bathroom and lounge.
Lounge/Diner24'2" x 15'7" (7.37m x 4.75m). Measurements to widest points. A magnificent open plan lounge/diner with a window and French doors to the rear leading out to a decking area and overlooking the attractive garden. Wall light points on dimmer switches, electric storage heater, TV aerial point and access through to the dining kitchen.
Dining Kitchen15'8" x 11'8" (4.78m x 3.56m). A spacious dining kitchen with an ample range of contemporary base cupboards and drawers and matching eye level units finished in a wood laminate frontage. Contrasting laminate roll edge work surfacing with inset sink and drainer with mixer tap over. Integrated fridge, space for electric cooker with extractor hood over, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher and space for American style fridge/freezer. Window to the rear and window and door to the front leading out to the enclosed courtyard. Under unit lighting, recessed spotlighting to the ceiling, coving to ceiling, two pendant light fittings over the table area, Karndean flooring, electric storage heater and ample space for dining table and chairs.
Bedroom One16'3" x 11'1" (4.95m x 3.38m). A large double bedroom with windows to the side and rear allowing an abundance of natural daylight into the room, coving to ceiling, electric storage heater and a range of high quality fitted bedroom furniture by Hammonds comprising wardrobes, dresser units and matching bedside tables.
Bedroom Two13'7" x 11'8" (4.14m x 3.56m). A generously proportioned double bedroom with an electric storage heater, spotlighting to the ceiling, coving to ceiling, windows to each side and fitted bedroom furniture comprising wardrobes, drawer and desk unit.
Bathroom14' x 6'10" (4.27m x 2.08m). Fitted with a white three piece suite comprising a low level flush WC, wash hand basin and panelled bath with shower over. Cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and window with a venetian blind overlooking the garden and trees beyond.
There is a void loft space above the bathroom with an original character window in the walls, this area could be opened up to provide a double ceiling height feature to the bathroom (subject to the necessary consents/approvals).
Outside The property sits in a generous private garden plot towards the rear of the development with a beautifully maintained lawned area and planted borders. There are two off road parking spaces accessed via a private driveway, tool shed, large timber built shed with double doors to the front and single door to the rear. There is double gated pedestrian access from the private driveway area into the garden, exterior lighting, outside tap and a bicycle shed to the opposite side of the property. The entrance porch is accessed via a walkway from the car park into an enclosed courtyard area where the door to both the entrance porch and kitchen can be reached. There is also an archway through to an attractive communal quadrangle lawned area, this area is often used for social events between the residents of Quorn Park.
Agents Note Quorn Park is an attractive development situated on a private road with numerous communal areas managed and maintained by a Residence Association with the service charge currently at £45 per calendar month. This also covers the cost of maintenance of the private sewage system for the development.
The vendors previously had planning permission granted (which expired in 2015) to erect a single storey room to the rear of the living room to also include the installation of two log burners, this provides an option to investigate reinstatement of the planning permission if a would be purchaser requires additional living space.