An attractive detached barn conversion situated within a substantial plot extending to 1⁄2 acre land with the option to purchase a further 2 acres of land.
Superb views across the Cheshire Plain towards Beeston and Peckforton Castles.
Osborne Barn is situated on the fringe of Penyffordd Village in a quiet, rural setting. The village is a short walk away providing a useful range of shops, pubs and services while Chester City Centre is only 9miles away and Wrexham 7miles. The property is within easy reach of the A55 expressway making many of the major centres of the North West and North Wales readily accessible.
Osborne Barn is approached over a private drive shared with Osborne House. With an attractive appearance and 1⁄2 acre plot the property lies within a wonderful elevated position enjoying far reaching views over the Cheshire Plain. Originally converted in 2013 the site has been further developed since with the addition of a large double garage, tarmac drive providing parking for several cars as well as a further large secure agricultural building and hard standing area. An adjoining 2 acre paddock is also available under separate negotiation.
The barn conversion was completed in 2013 by the current owners to a high standard with the use of reclaimed beams, solid oak, natural stone and high specification fixtures and fittings throughout. There are 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, utility, large open plan kitchen/diner, feature office space upstairs incorporating a gallery overlooking the kitchen/diner below, lounge and oak frame garden room. The property also has underfloor heating throughout.
Kitchen/Diner (8.95m x 3.75m widening to 4.95m) – Large open plan kitchen/diner with rustic limestone flags, exposed brickwork features and beams. Fitted with bespoke hand painted units, granite work surfaces and feature island incorporating breakfast bar. Freestanding oak staircase leading to;
Study (4.45m x 2m) – Feature mezzanine study overlooking dining area below with traditional oak flooring.
Lounge (4.65m x 3.75m) – Good size family lounge with feature brick fireplace and wood burning stove.
Garden Room (4m x 3.75) – Oak framed feature room fully glazed to maximise the views on offer. Natural slate flooring with French doors leading out onto patio
Utility (4m x 2.4m) – Functional utility room and WC with natural stone flooring. Range of units with granite work surfaces, Belfast sink and space/plumbing for separate washer and dryer. Stable door leading out to rear garden.
Hallway – Leading to bathroom and bedrooms with stone flooring and feature exposed brick wall.
Family Bathroom (2.75m x 2.5m) – White traditional suite with separate shower, stone flooring and feature wood panelling
Master Bedroom (4m x 3m) with En-suite shower room
Bedroom 2 (3m x 3m)
Bedroom 3 (3m x 3m)
Double Garage (9m x 6.5m)
The large double garage built from reclaimed materials to match the original barn is positioned adjacent to the house across the tarmac drive. The garage is accessed through a pedestrian door or one of the 2 electric roller doors. The loft space above, currently used for storage, offers an impressive vantage point to take in the great views. Built with insulated cavity walls and connected to water, electric and drains the garage has huge potential for part/full conversion to annex accommodation, subject to the necessary planning requirements.
Agricultural Building (13.7m x 9m)
A recently built portal frame agricultural building sits within the rear yard of the site. The building is fully secure with access via both pedestrian and electric roller shutter doors. The building has concreted floors throughout and electric and water connected.
The purchaser will be granted an option to acquire additional land by separate negotiation extending to approximately 2 acres edged in blue on the attached plan. The land benefits from additional road access.
Building Regulations, Easements, Wayleaves and Rights of Way
Local authority building regulation final certificates were issued and are available for both the conversion and garage. The house also benefits from an architects certificate (issued on 8 Jan 2013) in order to aid lending within the first 10 years since conversion.
Easements exist for connected services and a right of access exists across the drive of Osborne House. Otherwise the property is sold subject to all easements, wayleaves, public and private rights of way, whether specified or not within these particulars.
The property will be sold freehold and vacant possession will be available on completion.
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