Chartered Surveyors | Estate Agents | Auctioneers | Residential Letting Agents

Price guide £342,000

Sheldon Barn, Main Street, Stanton, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 2DA
3 Bedroomed Detached House

Key Features

  • Grade II Listed
  • Detached barn conversion
  • Idyllic village setting
  • No chain
  • Wealth of charm and character throughout
  • Many original features
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Superb lounge with random stone feature wall and fireplace
  • Ground floor cloakroom
  • Farmhouse style breakfast kitchen with oak units

GENERAL INFORMATION


Occupying an idyllic setting within the highly favoured village of Stanton is this charming Grade II listed stone built, period detached barn conversion offering a wealth of original charm and character with many exposed beams and random stone walls throughout.


The property has been converted to a high standard and specification over many years and provides delightful accommodation benefitting from oil fired central heating.


A recommended internal inspection will reveal superb entrance hall with oak staircase, stone flagged floor, exposed timbers and random stone wall, ground floor cloakroom, lounge with random stone feature fireplace, quality hand-crafted fitted breakfast kitchen with integrated appliances, first floor landing, principal bedroom with exposed king truss beams and purlins, en-suite bathroom, two additional bedrooms and a family shower room.


Outside is a delightful private garden of a country cottage style with an abundance of shrubs, bushes and lawned areas together with ample car standing space.


The sale provides a very genuine opportunity for a discerning purchaser to acquire an outstanding property, set within this idyllic village location.


LOCATION


Stanton is a very popular village to the west of Ashbourne, with a vibrant community and local schooling. It provides easy access to Ashbourne Town centre and many other facilities.


ACCOMMODATION


ON THE GROUND FLOOR


ENTRANCE HALL

Oak staircase to the first floor, exposed stone walls, heavily beamed ceiling, built-in storage cupboard with oak door, built-in cabinet with glazed door, useful understairs cupboard, double central heating radiator and stone flagged floor.


CLOAKROOM

Stone flagged floor, wash hand basin, low level w.c., central heating radiator, exposed beam to ceiling.


LOUNGE  -  4.6m x 3.81m (15'1" x 12'6")

Random stone walls, heavily beamed ceiling, tiled floor, feature stone fireplace and hearth, decorative lighting, French door providing access to the side garden, double central heating radiator and recess storage cupboard.


FARMHOUSE STYLE KITCHEN  -  4.66m x 3.36m (15'3" x 11'0")

Handcrafted oak fitted units including wall, base and drawer units, 1½ bowl inset Belfast sink with mixer tap, granite work surfaces with surrounds and upstand, integrated fridge, freezer and washer, plumbing for automatic washing machine, large Range type electric cooker with extractor hood above, heavily beamed ceiling, stone flagged floor, double central heating radiator, built-in, full height and pine storage cupboard.


TO THE FIRST FLOOR


LANDING

Beamed ceiling and exposed truss.


PRINCIPAL BEDROOM  -  3.91m x 3.31m (12'10" x 10'10")

Heavily beamed ceiling, central heating radiator, exposed king truss, recess with hanging and access to:


EN-SUITE BATHROOM

Low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath with shower attachment, tiled surrounds, extractor fan and double central heating radiator.


BEDROOM TWO  -  3.94m x 2.96m (12'11" x 9'9")

Beamed ceiling and central heating radiator.


BEDROOM THREE  -  3.05m x 1.85m (10'0" x 6'1")

Central heating radiator, beamed ceiling, built-in storage cupboard and Velux roof light.


SHOWER ROOM

Low level w.c., wash hand basin, shower cubicle, extractor fan and central heating radiator.


OUTSIDE & GARDENS


Outside there is a delightful, cottage style garden with low level gravelled patio, raised lawns, flowering beds with an abundance of shrubs and plants, arbour, summer house, shed, outside boiler providing domestic hot water and servicing the central heating system and gravelled driveway offering ample car standing space.


COUNCIL TAX

East Staffordshire Borough - E


DIRECTIONAL NOTE


From the Scargill Mann office in Market Place Ashbourne, proceed onto St John Street and then turn right onto Park Road. Continue through a set of traffic lights and pedestrian crossing. At the next traffic lights (Sturston Road junction) turn right onto the A515 . Continue straight at the next traffic lights and then straight again over a mini roundabout until the next roundabout (Waterside Retail Park). Take the 3rd exit following A52 for Leek. At the next roundabout take the 1st exit to continue on A52 for Leek/Mayfield/Alton Towers. Continue for approximately 4 miles through Swinscoe and at the Calton Moor crossroads turn left to remain on the A52 for Stoke/Alton Towers. After approximately 1.5 miles take the first left into Dale Lane. Continue for approximately 2 miles into the village of Stanton. At the Gilbert Sheldon Village Hall turn left and Sheldon Barn is on the left identified by our 'For Sale' board.


VIEWING


Strictly by arrangement through Scargill Mann & Co - Ashbourne office (DM/LHS).


You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website.

EPC Graph

Plans




Photos