Complete Estate Agents are pleased to offer for sale this impressive barn conversion set in approximately 1.4 acres of land . The property was converted in the 1990's and has a wealth of exposed brickwork and a vaulted ceiling to lounge. The current owners extended the kitchen with a feature orangery roof and five bi-fold doors which lead onto the cottage style garden. The new edition was constructed by 'Apropos' which forms a lovely bright room. There is off road parking for several vehicles and fantastic views over the land. The property in brief comprises of Entrance hall, Lounge, Kitchen / Dining Room, Utility Room, Three bedrooms, En suite to main bedroom, Family bathroom, Garage and Store.
Timber & brick porch giving access to.
Entered via glazed door with glazed side window. Doors off to bedrooms. Distressed oak flooring. Loft hatch to spacious loft. Double 'Iroko' doors to
Lounge 6.56 x 5.95 (21'6" x 19'6")
An impressive room with vaulted beamed ceiling and feature inglenook fireplace with inset log burner . Stained glass feature window. Bookshelf in 'Iroko' wood constructed by a local craftsman. Velux skylights. Exposed brickwork.
Kitchen / Dining Room 8.12 x 4.09 (26'7" x 13'5")
Impressive fitted kitchen with feature island with inset under counter sink with Hansgrohe mixer tap above. Built in base drawers and dishwasher. Electric fan assisted oven, combination microwave / grill / oven / halogen hob and extractor above. Tall built in larder fridge . Dining area has an orangery roof light which floods the dining area with light. Five Bi-Fold doors to rear. Amtico flooring. Walk in storage cupboard entered via double doors.
Utility Room 6.07 x 2.01 (19'10" x 6'7")
Windows and door to rear garden. A range of built in units. Sink unit.
Bedroom One 4.74 x 4.22 (15'6" x 13'10")
Built in wardrobes. Store cupboard. Windows to front. Radiator.
En Suite 2.53 x 1.82 (8'3" x 5'11")
Low flush WC. Wash hand basin. Glazed shower enclosure with fitted power shower. Fully tiled walls and floor in travertine marble. Chrome heated towel rail. Window to side.
Bedroom Two 4.28 x 4.18 (14'0" x 13'8")
Window to front and side. Radiator.
Bedroom Three 3.79 x 3.08 (12'5" x 10'1")
Radiator. Built in wardrobes. Window to front.
Low flush WC. Wash hand basin. Panelled bath. Separate shower cubicle with fitted power shower. Fully tiled in travertine marble to walls and floor with heated towel rail and window to side.
Garage and Store
Five bar gate leading to off road parking for 5/6 vehicles. Detached brick and tiled garage with separate store ideal for large garden machinery. There is water , power and drainage connected and could be converted into additional annexe / office ( subject to local authourity planning permmision ).
Gardens and Land
The rear garden is in two sections. The formal cottage garden has maturing fruit trees with a green house and an abundance of maturing shrubs with a mature lawn leading to the gated ated access to a paddock which in total measures just over 1.25 acres. The land has mature hedges and trees and enclosed with post and rail fencing. There is a public footpath right away across the paddock. Open views across rolling meadows.
Harborough Magna is located around four miles northwest of Rugby on the B4112 road, and is part of the borough of Rugby. Harborough Magna was mentioned in the Domesday Book as Herdeberge. For many years the main source of employment in the village were sawmills near the canal at Cathiron.The village has a mixture of old and modern housing. There are a number of old houses in the village, some dating to the 17th century, and a pub known as the Old Lion (formerly known as the Golden Lion) which dates from the 18th century. There is a village church and a new village hall which brings the village together for concerts and events.