18 Barrack Lane is a property of great character and space, all set in beautifully landscaped grounds of just over a third of an acre. The current owners have made use of reclaimed architectural features to create features unique to the house.
On entering, a porch leads through to a spacious sitting room featuring triple bi-fold doors looking out to the rear garden, a feature fireplace and arches leading to the sun room. The sun room is a particular feature of the ground floor, with reclaimed ironwork and windows creating great character. The open-plan kitchen and dining room extends to a length of over 30 feet and includes a range of bespoke country style kitchen units with exposed brick walls, space for a range style cooker and access to a useful utility room. The extensive ground floor accommodation also includes a study area that leads to an art studio, a dark room and an office, with the potential for this suite of rooms to be adapted to create private annexe accommodation. There is also a further reception room that could easily suit being used as a home gym.
To the first floor, the principal bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and doors opening to a balcony. It also offers a dressing room and a good sized en suite shower room featuring a glass brick enclosed shower. There is a second bedroom that also offers both a dressing room and en suite shower room, as well as there being 3 further bedrooms and a large, stylish family bathroom with a free-standing bath, separate shower cubicle and double sink.
18 Barrack Lane is approached via an attractive paviour driveway, flanked by areas of attractively landscaped gardens featuring an ornamental pond. This driveway leads to a double garage, half of which is currently used as a workshop/storage space with stairs leading up to a large store above. Gated access leads to the gardens at the rear of the property, which have also been very pleasantly landscaped and include various mature specimens of tree, shrubs and flower borders. There is a brick-paved patio adjacent to the rear of the house with a central path running away from the house with lawn either side. This path leads through a garden arch to hexagonal pergola, an attractive rock garden and purpose built summerhouse with an interior mezzanine level.