Four bedroom barn conversion in Middleton on the Wolds, East Yorkshire
Offers in the region of £375,000
"The Barns" is a large, detached property made up of three connected barns. This contemporary conversion offers over 180 sq m of flexible luxury living space with a large, private, well matured garden and two garages.
The upper barn is over 100 years old and houses the kitchen, dining area, utility room, sun room and two large en-suite bedrooms upstairs. The barns heritage shines through with the original chalk and brick walls and the beams on show in the double height entrance area. The middle barn houses an impressive 58m2 lounge with imposing inglenook fireplace and an oak and iron spiral staircase to a mezzanine floor library / office. The lower barn has a further two bedrooms and bathroom, perfect for guests or as an annexe.
Converted around 12 years ago to a very high specification, the barn boasts hardwood double glazed windows, underfloor heating, oak joinery throughout, hand made oak staircase, log burner, stone and oak flooring and cast iron guttering.
Entrance into double height barn:
• Open plan kitchen / dining / day room (11.13m x 5.24m)
A simply stunning room comprising open plan space with kitchen area featuring a range of free-standing oak bespoke kitchen cupboards, Belfast sink and a large island unit with breakfast bar. The stone flagged floor runs through to the dining area and and the sun room, each with french doors leading out onto the patio area. The delightful oak feature staircase leads off to the first floor.
• Sun room (4.38m x 3.49m)
Bright and airy room with slate floor and feature pitched roof with benefit of french doors leading to the rear garden. Perfect as a summer lounge.
• Utility room
With slate tiled floor, a floor standing oil fired boiler, plumbing for washing machine. Door to garage.
• Shower room
With slate tiled floor and featuring pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and shower cubicle housing electric shower.
Handmade oak staircase leading to a delightful gallery style landing overlooking the kitchen / dining open plan area.
• Master bedroom (5.51m x 3.0m)
Wooden flooring and cast iron radiator. Vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, feature glazed gable end window and doors leading to dressing room / walk-in wardrobe and en-suite bathroom (with his and hers wash hand basins, low level WC and large double ended inset jacuzzi bath. Porcelain tiled flooring).
• Guest bedroom (3.58m x 2.77m)
Cast iron radiator and vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. Door leading to en suite (walk in shower with feature pebble wall, together with low level WC, glass wash hand basin and travertine tiled flooring).
Single Height Barns
• Lounge (9.25m x 5.2m)
An exceptionally spacious room with beautiful feature pitched roof having exposed beams, oak flooring and handmade iron and oak spiral staircase leading to a delightful spindled mezzanine office / library area. Attractive Inglenook fireplace with yorkstone hearth and log burning stove. Door leading to:
The smallest of the three barns houses two bedrooms and a bathroom. Perfect for a guest annexe, elderly relative or teenagers to have their own private area.
The lobby has a quarry tiled floor, oak joinery and feature beams and doors leading to:
• Bedroom three (3.48m x 3.28m)
Oak flooring and feature pitched roof.
• Bedroom four (3.28m x 2.43m)
Slate tiled floor and pitched roof with original exposed brickwork walls.
• Bathroom (4.18m x 3.42m)
Claw foot free-standing roll top bath, oak paneling and suite comprising shower enclosure with mixer shower, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Contrasting black and white floor tiles and pitched roof.
The multi-level patio areas present a range of options for making the most of the large private garden which consists of a lawned area, raised beds, fruit trees and a variety of shrubs, with wood chipped paths
A further seating area at the bottom of the garden captures the sun in the late afternoon.
"The Barns" is situated in the heart of Middleton on the Wolds, a village in the middle of the Yorkshire Wolds in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
The village is easily accessed from the A614 road and is well situated for York, Hull or the M62 motorway all being within a 30 minute drive.
Seller: Jackie Flynn
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