Guide Price 475,000-500,000
Only upon internal inspection can this deceptively spacious four bedroom linked detached converted barn be fully appreciated, dating back to CIRCA 1760 formally forming part of the Aston Hall Estate. Accessed via a private driveway and sitting within 2/3 of an acre with grazing paddock, x2 stables and tack room. Also having the possibility to rent an adjoining grazing paddock, subject to application and restrictions.
The property provides the potential to extend further via the adjoining stable block and convert into a six/seven bedroom property (subject to necessary consents).
The property has been sympathetically restored throughout and effectively extended over the years and offers a stunning generous family space mixing both a contemporary and traditional style of accommodation. The property has a wealth of charm and character and maintains many original features. Situated in this highly popular area of Aston Common, the property has a generous shared driveway and well maintained gardens. The garden area has a stunning rear aspect. Ideally placed for a host of local amenities and schools in nearby, Aston, Wales and Kiveton Park, boasting excellent links to the M1 Motorway. An internal viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the overall accommodation on offer.
The accommodation in brief comprises: Entrance hallway with oak floor and solid oak staircase rising to the first floor landing, steps rise to the dual aspect dining room having Barnsley stone floor and feature chimney breast with gas fire. Farmhouse kitchen accessing the rear of the property via stable style door and having a range of wall and base units with Aga (subject to negotiation) and integral fridge and dishwasher also having a Barnsley stone floor. Ground floor family bathroom with an attractive suite comprising: low flush wc, wash hand basin and free standing bath. Steps descend from the hallway to two double ground floor bedrooms, both providing wonderful views.
First floor landing: having access to a mezzanine/storage level, a double bedroom with en suite shower room and a further double bedroom having two rear facing Dormas windows providing far reaching views. A door from the first floor landing leads into a wonderful lounge which boasts an Oak floor, exposed beams, and a beautiful brick built chimney breast with a gas fire provides a fabulous focal point. This room benefits from both front and rear facing windows, along with rear facing French style doors accessing an external stone staircase which is believed to have provided access to the old hay loft.
Externally: a private driveway sweeps down to the gated access where there is a parking area for several vehicles, lawned and stocked gardens, a front forecourt area access the tack room, whilst to the rear of the property is a grazing paddock, an enclosed concrete hard standing/tie area and x2 stables. Easy access to the Pennine way and having the possibility to rent an adjoining grazing paddock approx. 11 acres, subject to application and restrictions.
Location: Situated in the popular area of Aston Common, known for its excellent local amenities and Schools the area is well served by a further shopping area in nearby Swallownest and Aston Hall offers superb accommodation and a local restaurant. Ideally situated for junction 31 of the M1 motorway network and ideally placed for links to Sheffield, Worksop and Rotherham. There are further amenities at nearby Crystal Peaks Shopping Centre, Drakehouse Retail Park and the area is well placed for both Ulley Reservoir and Rother Valley Country Park offering fantastic outdoor pursuits.