Barn conversion in the heart of a village

Barn Cottage at 4, Badsworth Mews, Badsworth, is a definitive and characterful three-bedroom stone barn conversion situated at the very heart of this highly regarded village .

By The Newsroom
Thursday, 28th June 2012, 4:17 pm

It is surrounded by picturesque open countryside and farmland, yet is within comfortable reach of local towns and city centres via arterial roads and the northern motorway network.

The cottage, which is on the market with Reeds Rains for £249,500, has a stunning exposed roof structure, a readily identifiable barn arch and traditional fireplace.

The property commands a choice location at the entrance to a select mews courtyard and the accommodation comprises: reception area; lounge with traditional stone built feature fireplace upon stone flagged hearth housing a multi fuel Aga stove; dining hall with an original barn arch window extending up to the first floor galleried landing; and a kitchen with comprehensive range of quality medium oak finish wall and base cupboard units.

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To the first floor is the galleried landing with exposed stonework; master bedroom with dressing area and en-suite shower room; two further bedrooms and a house bathroom with roll edge ball and claw foot bath.

The property has a lawned garden verge area to the front extending to the gable within the courtyard entrance and which leads to the courtyard itself. There is parking for one ,or possibly two, vehicles with a further single space and carport with a garden store.

For more details, or to arrange a viewing contact the agents on 01977 701891