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The barn is 91 feet in length and has been sympathetically converted to create a beautiful three storey family home with a contemporary modern interior.
Although it is over 300 years old, it is not a listed building.
Entrance porch (13' x 10')
Open plan games room and lounge
(58' x 19' 6")
Utility room (13' 6" x 11' 8")
Office / study (13' 2" x 8' 7")
Open plan kitchen / breakfast / dining / lounge (33' 2" x 19' 6")
Bedroom one (19' 5" x 12' 8") with en suite (7' 10" x 5' 9") and walk in wardrobe / nursery
Bedroom two (14' 4" x 9')
Family bathroom (15' 6" x 8' 6")
Gallery room (28' x 12'6")
Bedroom three (21' x 12' 8") with en suite bathroom (12' 8" x 8' 7") Bedroom four (17' 9 x 12' 8) with en suite bathroom (12' 8" x 8' 8")
Whilst there are no exposed beams, the stunning galleried solid oak staircase is a great feature as it rises through all three floors. All floors also have solid oak flooring.
To keep the property lovely and warm in winter, the walls are three course thick with 200m cavity wall insulation (twice the industry standard).
The barn has full double glazing, oil fired central heating, a full alarm system throughout and seven fire doors.
The barn also has CCTV
security cameras, allowing you to see your horses grazing anywhere on the land, or in the stable courtyard from the comfort of your armchair.
The property is perfect for horse lovers. There's a large enclosed outbuilding, three phase electric, a bore hole, a five stable courtyard, a tack room and CCTV security cameras.
Closed exercise yard (105' x 70' 2")
Two brand new stables (12' x 12' 2")
Two stables (12' x 12' 1")
Stable (12' x 10')
Tack Room (14' x 10')
Three garages (one with electric roller door)
A beautiful Indian stone patio runs the full length and side of the barn.
All six acres of land are to the front of the barn allowing you to see your horses grazing, from any of the 11 front windows. In fact the first floor windows are just 27' away from the 40m x 20m sand paddock.
There are two post and rail paddocks with a very large field yielding over 70 round bales of hay twice a year, sold in this area@ £30 each. The perimeter is enclosed by post and rail fencing and mature hedging.
The country lane on the door step gives you a dawn / dusk wild life walk to die for. Enjoy the sight of deer, foxes, squirrels, owls, cranes, swans and of course ducks etc.
Rural location twix the South Yorkshire / North Lincolnshire border. Doncaster is approx. 12 miles and Scunthorpe 8 miles away.
The motorway network M180 / A1 / M62 is just four miles away. The market town of Thorne, and the village of Crowle with its train station are just four miles away in opposite direction.
Please call to arrange a viewing - Sunday viewings preferable.