Dating back to the 18th century this Grade II-listed four bedroom barn conversion is a sumptuous home boasting character and charm situated within the grounds of Heath Hall.Orchard Barn is within walking distance of the local village shop and renowned Kings Arm's pub and restaurant in Heath, a small village comprising a collection of approximately 50 dwellings which range from simple cottages to stately homes dating back to the 16th century.The village is set within 131 acres of common land which plays host to a number of events throughout the year.The property, which has been fitted with a Bose surround sound speaker system, in brief, comprises; welcoming entrance hallway, cloakroom, contemporary lounge with multi-fuel stove, dining kitchen Belfast sink and integrated appliances, utility room and a snug/playroom.On the first floor are four double bedrooms, master and bedroom two with en-suites; and a family bathroom.There is an elegant front garden with various patios and seating areas an expanse of land which is the perfect space for a small holding or a children’s play area and a double garage.
The property is o
n the market for £649,995.
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