Detached barn conversion in Low Catton, East Yorkshire
Offers over £275,000
East Farm Barn is a hidden gem: a spacious, detached, brick and pan-tile barn conversion, with delightful gardens and private access, in the East Yorkshire village of Low Catton.
Currently undergoing extensive renovation, the barn offers flexible and characterful accommodation, all on one level. At present it is arranged as a two bedroom property, with the attached annexe providing significant work space, as well as potential for further development (subject to planning permission).
This detached conversion retains a lot of the character of a building believed to be in excess of 150 years old, whilst incorporating those features desired by modern lifestyle and taste. The result is a home that feels both characterful and modern at the same time, without compromise to either. The extensive renovation has already included new doors, windows and full insulation. As such, the property offers the buyer the opportunity to personalise the design, style and finish to the kitchen, bathrooms etc.
Part of a traditional farmyard cluster of buildings (now comprising three dwellings each with their own private access), it is situated in a semi-rural, edge of village location, yet just 8 miles from the historic city of York, with its excellent road and rail links.
(Note: all at one level, with no steps, allowing easy access to all rooms and outside to the terrace)
East Farm Barn briefly comprises a glazed entrance hall with doorways to the open-plan kitchen / living room and also to the inner hall. The hall gives access to bedroom two, the family bathroom and to the master bedroom, with dressing room and en-suite. The Barn further benefits from the large, attached, office/workshop annexe. Floor plans
• Kitchen / living (3.5m x 9.2m) Layout to be determined.
Vaulted ceiling; exposed timber roof trusses. Large double-glazed window over sink area. Large double-glazed french doors to outer terrace. Large double-glazed french doors to inner courtyard. Views out to the gardens, over fields and to the Wolds in the distance.
• Family bathroom (2.25m x 1.7m)
Bath / shower, hand basin and wc
• Master bedroom (3.5m x 3.5m)
Large double-glazed french windows to inner courtyard
• En suite (2.6m x 1.7m) Layout to be determined
• Dressing room (2.6m x 1.7m)
• Bedroom two (3.6m x 3.6m)
Feature original beam. Double-glazed door to garden terrace.
• Annexe / office / workshop (4m x 4m)
Water, waste and electricity.
The property is set in delightful, private gardens, mainly laid to lawn and enclosed by part brick walls and timber fencing, adjoining open countryside. There is a variety of plants, shrubs and trees including silver birch, prunus, beech and weeping willow.
The garden terrace, enclosed on three sides, provides a sheltered, sun-filled sitting out area, plus footings for conservatory (currently dismantled).
The Barn encloses an inner, walled courtyard, with covered way, which provides a sheltered haven. The entrance courtyard, with private access through a further covered way, offers parking for several vehicles, part covered.
Mains electricity, mains water, private sewage treatment plant (shared maintenance agreement).
East Farm Barn enjoys private access from Main Street at the edge of Low Catton. This sought after rural village is located one mile south of Stamford Bridge and approximately 10 miles from the city of York. As well as the parish Church and village hall, there is a highly regarded public house in the village. Stamford Bridge itself offers extensive facilities and amenities including infant and junior schools, doctors surgery, dentist, vet practice, cafes, butchers, shops, public houses, library, sports club and Post Office.
East Farm Barn is one of three dwellingss developed from the original East Farm buildings, and is accessed via its own covered way: a hidden gem at the edge of the popular village of Low Catton.
Seller: Malcolm Hill
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