- Period barn conversion in quiet setting offering over 3000 sq ft of accommodation
- Plethora of lovely honey coloured exposed structural oak framing
- Adaptable layout with great potential to personalise the internal living
- Separate games room takes full size snooker table and workshop
- Potential to convert these areas into annexe or even greater accommodation
- Good sized gardens to front and rear. Huge garage with inspection pit
- Vacant and ready to move straight into. Call us today
A Grade II listed barn conversion situated in a good sized plot between the villages of Ansty and Goddards Green. At over 3000 sqft this is a large well modernised property with both adaptable living and huge potential, as there is a separate single storey brick building to the rear presently used as a games and snooker room. Completed about 20 years ago the works have been skilfully and sympathetically executed with a plethora of exposed original oak framing with new oak floorings, staircase and windows. Each room is generous in size with modern ensuite facilities to the two first floor bedrooms and a further shower / WC separating the ground floor bedrooms. The construction is of part brick and part timber framing, clad in treated hardwood under a clay tiled roof. The fenestration is all double glazed to oak casements with modern oil fired central heating, comprising under floor heating to the ground and cast iron style radiators to the first floor with a pressurised hot water system. The potential that exists offers a new owner the possibility to move the kitchen to a different location and to convert the games room building into further accommodation (subject to any consents required). The enormous attached garage is used currently as a large utility area and is fully integral to the main house but it retains the old inspection pit and full height double double doors and thus is still a functional garage if required. The gardens to the front are enclosed by hedging with a lawned area and presently house a chicken run to one side. The rear gardens comprise an expansive area of secluded patio, beyond this lies a gravelled Boules court which links up to a further grassed area enclosed by mature hedging and trees. The games room is constructed of brick entirely with a tiled roof. Comprising of two rooms, the second being the larger of the two and housing a full sized snooker/billiard table which may be available to acquire as part of any purchase. These rooms have great potential to convert and link into the existing accommodation, if more internal living space was required. A right of way across one of the drives off Cuckfield Road to the Manor leads to a private parking area for cars in front of the barn. The property offers immediate vacant possession.