Adjoining the Stanford on Avon estate, The White Barn dates back to the 1800’s and was converted to residential use in 1997. A glazed roof conservatory links to a further two storey building originally thought to be a granary currently housing the Music Room, Bedroom Three and En-suite.
There can be little doubt the current owners have remodelled, refurbished and presented this property to the highest of standards. The quality of fixtures and fittings throughout is evident and viewing is highly recommended.
From the moment you cross the threshold of this property you can appreciate the generous and flexible accommodation with a nod to its heritage.
The entrance hall has a tiled floor, stairs off, under stairs cupboard, and low voltage spots to ceiling.
The sitting room is inviting and a place to linger on those winter evenings with original stripped timber beam to the ceiling, feature exposed brick Inglenook with oak beam housing a log burning stove, oak floor and double doors opening onto a pergola covered patio.
The Dining Room is accessed via part glazed door and features original timbers inset into the wall, tiled floor, window to side elevation and low voltage spots to ceiling
To the south side, the rear hall accessed via the rear door leads onto the external dining area perfect for all outdoor entertaining.
The library, which some may wish to use as an office, has timber floor, window to the side elevation and ample space for shelving.
Step into the fully fitted Kitchen and you will find all the space the keen cook requires. There are Shaker style base and drawer units with polished chrome handles and a complementary marble preparation surface and upstand, inset Belfast sink and chefs tap; on trend with today’s interiors. There is space for a range cooker with AEG extraction cooker hood over There are coordinating open fronted eye level units with integrated microwave. There is space and plumbing for refrigeration. The walls are three quarter tiled throughout with porcelain tiled floor, window to the side elevation and low voltage lighting to the ceiling providing an abundance of light. The kitchen leads into the:
The conservatory is a delightful space to recline and watch nature. The floor is tiled, and wall lighting creates an ambiance for those summer evenings, glazed double doors lead out onto a patio and an internal door through to:
The music room is linked to the conservatory. This space has great acoustics, timber effect tiled floor, low voltage spot lighting and spiral staircase to first floor, and glazed double doors opening to outside.
The master bedroom suite is of generous proportions. It has a window to the side with views across the glorious countryside.
This en-suite shower room boasts an enviable sized shower with chrome fittings, pu basin, ceramic tiled floor, three quarter height tiling to walls, chrome heated towel rail and Velux window.
Bedroom two has timber detailing to walls, low voltage ceiling spots and Velux windows.
The family bathroom benefits from a panelled bath with mixer taps, low flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail,
part tiled walls and Velux window.
Bedroom three sits above the music room, accessed by both internal and external staircases. The en-suite Shower Room makes this the perfect contained space.
The en-suite shower room makes this the perfect contained space.
The property is approached by a five bar timber gate. The extensive drive provides ample off road parking. There is a large home office with power and light. The Garden is pure delight with an abundance of herbaceous planting, specimen trees and shrubs, fruit trees and climbers, numerous paved seating areas perfect not only for outdoor entertaining but al-fresco dining and quite frankly just sitting back and enjoying the delightful views.
To the south lie the villages of Clay Coton and Yelvertoft, to the west lie the villages of Welford, Cold Ashby and Elkington, and to the east, the villages of Lilbourne, Catthorpe and Swinford. South Kilworth is a short drive to the north. Market Harborough & Rugby provide mainline train links to London.
Planning permission has been granted (App No. DA/2019/0679) for the alteration and extension of conservatory link to form a dining room.