Barton Farm is a large, family house built in 1983, and then substantially enlarged by the present owners in 2000. The whole property is immaculately presented, and beautifully fitted. The interior is characterised by stylish decoration, quality fittings, big rooms, loads of natural light and plenty of practical storage.
The ground floor has at its heart a large kitchen/living room, perfect for 21st century life. Arranged around a central hallway are three reception areas; a most flexible arrangement for family living.
On the first floor there are five bedrooms, four of which have fitted wardrobes and supported by two beautifully fitted bath/shower rooms.
Converted from an old farm building, The Byre has Planning Consent to be used an independent dwelling. It was originally conceived for a dependent relative, and has accommodation arranged on the ground floor with a beautiful kitchen/living room at its heart, with exposed roof timbers, two double bedrooms and supported by a large, level access shower room. The Byre is fitted and equipped to the same standard as the main house. Although now vacant, the property has been let until very recently at a monthly rent of £675 on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy. This is ideal then for those who need secondary accommodation for dependent relatives or older children, but equally suitable for those looking for an income producing asset.
A five bar gates leads to a gravelled driveway leading across the front of the property to plenty of parking and hard standing. A double garage is attached to the main house, with a staircase up to a home office/flexi-space above.
The gardens are attractively laid out with a secluded south-facing barbecue and entertaining areas looking out across a large, rectangular paddock ideal for football, a cricket net, possibly a tennis court or swimming pool or for a pony - some of these uses might require Planning Consent.