Mr & Mrs Herd, Greater Manchester
After two years of other agents failing to sell our home, we had at last found the right team. You certainly put all other agents in the shade.
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A beautifully proportioned period four bedroom barn conversion that has been upgraded by the current owners to offer a wealth of style and design of modern contemporary living. This family home has an abundance of character and charm and is set in approximately a third of an acre and enjoying open views over rolling farmland. With further potential for extending this beautiful home is unique and is within a short distance of the picturesque Winwick village. There are excellent commuting links to all major motorway networks.
Winwick village has an excellent Primary school and a couple of local shops with extensive shopping and a huge range of amenities available at nearby Warrington.
"Barrowcliffe" cottage can be found along a shared farm track with private access through remote control gates leading to a large parking area for several vehicles. An enclosed landscaped garden with decorative stones, flowers and shrub borders. A paved courtyard can be found to the side with BBQ area. The garden to the front is mainly laid to lawn and sun terrace.
A spacious welcoming hall with space for a study area and stairs rising to the first floor. Two generous size open reception rooms with dual aspect windows and feature fireplace oil fuel burner. A stunning kitchen with high gloss wall and base units with integrated appliances. There are four light and airy bedrooms with open views over the garden and countryside. The master bedroom has dual aspect windows and benefits from an en suite bathroom.
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There is a welcoming hall with stairs rising to the first floor, cloakroom cupboard, double glazed window overlooking the side aspect and access to the lounge.
There are two great size light and airy reception rooms with bespoke oak wooden doors giving them an open feel with delightful views over the gardens and wooden mantel beams. The central focal point in the lounge is the fireplace with traditional style solid oil fuel burner on an elevated hearth.
The kitchen has been thoughtfully planned and offers modern style and design. With a range of high gloss soft close wall and base units with complimentary work surfaces over. Bowl and half sink with drainer and mixer tap. Part tiled walls. Space for cooker and white goods.
There is a useful utility room with wall and base units with space for white goods. Access to the WC with pedestal wash hand basin and toilet. Complimentary tiling and extractor fan.
There are three double bedrooms and a further single bedroom all enjoying open views over the gardens. The master is served by an en suite bathroom with travertine tiled walls and flooring. Bedroom two and three are both doubles and enjoy open views over farmland. Bedroom four is light and airy with a sky light window.
A family shower room with two sky light windows with enclosed shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. An en suite fitted three piece bathroom suite with panelled bath and shower fitting. A matching downstairs WC off the utility room with complimentary tiling.
The property is set in extensive grounds and in a third of an acre plot is enclosed and secluded. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a variety of flowers and shrub borders. A courtyard which is ideal for BBQ's, al fresco dining and entertaining. The garden is private and not directly overlooked.