Truly special, this detached, double fronted, Grade II listed former farmhouse cleverly combines old world charm with modern day luxury. Presented in pristine condition with tasteful decor and superior fixtures and fittings throughout. On the outskirts of the popular village of Allithwaite, with rural views and glimpses of Morecambe Bay, spacious, light rooms and scope to add more! Comprising Lounge, Snug, Utility Room, Shower Room, Dining Kitchen, Hall, 4 Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom and very large undeveloped Loft (two rooms), Parking and Gardens! For those with Outdoor interests there is a Paddock of just over 1 acre very close to the property available by separate negotiation. This is a unique find. Viewing highly recommended!
- Charm & Character
- Modern, luxurious fittings including new 100% wool carpets
- Immaculately presented
- For those with Outdoor interests there is a Paddock of just over 1 acre very close to the property
Location/Description:- This is a truly unique opportunity and a one off find. Barn Hey is Grade II listed and has been in the vendors family for well over 100 years. Latterly having been sympathetically improved and extended to a exceptional standard, ingeniously combining the character and charm of the original building with the requirements of todays modern buyer using only high quality workmanship and materials including underfloor heating and enviable contemporary kitchen and bathrooms. The property is tastefully and neutrally decorated throughout and provides a wonderful, spacious family home just requiring furniture!
Dating back to 1704 this former farmhouse oozes charm and history. Freshly painted inside and out (Weathershield) and with features such as deep set double glazed sash windows with window seats, traditional latch handle panel doors, original leaded glass work, period fireplaces, thick stone walls and exposed beams all combine to create a fascinating, warm and welcoming home. Pleasing rural views, glimpses of Morecambe Bay and delightful, lovingly tended gardens complete this perfect picture. In addition, for those with equine interests, there is the possibility, by separate negotiation, of a small paddock (just over 1 acre) very close to the home!
Located on the outskirts of the popular village of Allithwaite which provides excellent Primary School and Public House/Restaurant and approximately 1.5 miles from the small Edwardian town of Grange over Sands with wider amenities including including Medical Centre, Library, Post Office, Railway Station, Shops, Cafes & Tearooms and a similar distance from the renowned and picturesque village of Cartmel.
The property enjoys a semi-rural yet convenient location.
To reach the property proceed out of Grange in the direction of Allithwaite, passing the Pheasant Inn on the left hand side. Where the road narrows slightly, Barn Hey driveway can be found shortly on the right-hand side (before heading down the single file hill).
Accommodation (with approximate measurements)
The entrance to Barn Hey is impressive to say the least. The dated (1704), sandstone porch with original leaded glass windows either side leads to the old, half leaded period farmhouse door (complete with brass lion knocker) into:-
Lounge 17′ 1" x 17′ 1" (5.23m x 5.21m) a lounge of grand proportions with exposed stone and painted beams. Centred around the cosy wood burning stove set on stone hearth with original stone lintel over. Charming recess with exposed beam over. Bespoke handcrafted half cupboard to other recess with TV point. Deep set double glazed sash window with window seat to front with outlook into pretty front garden. Recessed ceiling spot lights. Doors to Inner Hallway and:-
Sitting Room 16′ 8" x 11′ 5" (5.09m x 3.48m) a second reception room with the dimensions of an average living room! Deep set double glazed sash window with window seat to front and similar pleasing outlook into front garden. Original, painted stone fire place housing a further wood burning stove. Exposed, painted ceiling beam.
Inner Hall with stairs rising to first floor, useful under stairs cupboard with old latch door and doors to:
Utility Room 12′ 2" x 12′ 0" (3.71m x 3.68m) you would be forgiven for assuming this was the kitchen given the size! Two side windows and exposed beams. Gas Rayburn in recess and cream fronted shaker style wall and base units with work surface incorporating the stainless steel sink unit. Space for tumble drier and plumbing for washing machine. Ceramic tiled floor and recessed ceiling spot lights. Door and step up to:-
Rear Porch with attractive porcelain flooring, window to rear and impressive stone seat/shelf. External door and door to:-
Shower Room a luxurious shower room with a continuation of the floor tiles. Travertine wall tiles and contemporary white suite comprising low flush WC, large wash hand basin on vanitory storage and double shower enclosure with oversized shower head. Wall mounted mirror and chrome ladder radiator.
From the Inner Hall door to:-
Dining Kitchen 16′ 3" x 20′ 9" (4.97m x 6.34m) (Max) a most impressive space, perfect for entertaining! Bathed in natural light, split level and two distinct areas. A continuation of the attractive porcelain wood effect floor tiles with underfloor heating. Firstly the dining area with deep set window to rear. Ample space for dining furniture, two steps down into the kitchen. The large kitchen enjoys dual aspect and some lovely countryside views. Two ‘Velux’ roof windows. A good range of attractive cream ‘shaker style’ wall and base cabinets. The contrasting granite work surface incorporates the deep, square 1½ bowl stainless steel sink unit. Integrated dishwasher. American style larder fridge, electric stainless steel range cooker with 7 burner gas hob with extractor over. Recessed ceiling spot lights and half glazed external door to patio.
From the inner hall the shallow stair case, passing the large rear window, rises and turns to the:-
Landing a spacious ‘T’ shaped landing with recessed ceiling spot lights and original latch handle panelled doors to:-
Bathroom a large and luxurious bathroom with deep set window and tasteful Travertine floor and wall tiles. 4 piece contemporary suite comprising large deep bath, double shower enclosure with rain shower head, wash hand basin on attractive vanitory unit and low flush WC. Useful recessed shelving, chrome upright radiator and large airing/linen cupboard. Recessed ceiling spot lights.
Bedroom 1 17′ 3" x 11′ 10" (5.26m x 3.62m) a well proportioned master bedroom with deep set window to front with window seat enjoying super views over open countryside with glimpses of Morecambe Bay in the distance. Original cast iron fire place. Exposed (painted) wall and ceiling timbers.
Bedroom 2 12′ 7" x 11′ 11" (3.84m x 3.64m) positioned to the rear, a second good sized double bedroom with window seat.
Bedroom 3 12′ 2" x 10′ 8" (3.73m x 3.26m) a double bedroom to the front enjoying similar pleasing views to bedroom 1. Exposed (painted) ceiling and wall timbers and display shelf.
Bedroom 4 12′ 2" x 7′ 8" (3.73m x 2.34m) a fourth and final double bedroom again positioned to the front to benefit from the lovely views. Exposed (painted) wall and ceiling timbers.
From the landing a door opens to reveal a further stair case leading to:-
Attic Rooms a magnificent room of cavernous proportions with an array of exposed beams and trusses. Window to rear and further ‘Velux’ roof window. Recently plastered and with power and light. Should you need further space the possibilities here are endless! A grand master suite? Artists studio? Gym? Huge office space??? Even more, a quirky old low latch handle door (and two steps) leads to a second attic room! Again with full head height, power, light and roof window. Subject to the relevant planning consents your imagination can run wild!
Gardens To the front of the property is a charming, well stocked & tended garden. Enclosed by a mature hedge with central lawn, planted borders and generous paved seating area. A private garden which is not overlooked. To the rear of the property is a delightful, sunny paved patio with ample space for outdoor furniture, this flows to the side garden which is partially gravelled with superb central wild flower and poppy garden providing a blaze of colour. Small lawn. With some delightful open country views this space is a joy!
Please note, a small paddock (just over an acre), close to the home, can be made available, by separate negotiation to the purchaser.
Parking parking is provided for several vehicles on the gravel driveway which extends to the side and rear of the property
Services: Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage???
Tenure: Freehold. Vacant possession upon completion. No upper chain.
Council Tax: Band D. South Lakeland District Council.
Viewings: Strictly by appointment with Hackney & Leigh Grange Office.
Energy Performance Certificate: Not required as Barn Hey is a grade II listed property
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