CONVENIENT SEMI-RURAL LOCATION
This deceptively spacious property was built in a barn conversion style and offers generous accommodation over two floors. The property is situated within the grounds of Stoughton Lodge Farm, offering a convenient “semi-rural” location and allowing access to the city centre within 10 minutes and easy walking distance to Evington village or Stoughton’s inner village. A unique property of this calibre is rarely available on the public market and not an opportunity to be missed.
Approach the property via a private driveway just off the highly regarded Stoughton Lane. The driveway of Stoughton Lodge Farm continues past the farm itself and allows access to the unique barn conversion style properties at the rear. To the front of the property is a stunning view over open fields.
A pathway leads from the private road to the formal front entrance. Adjacent to the pathway is a laid lawn front garden with planted border. Enter through a timber glazed door into the welcoming entrance hallway. This inviting entrance hall is a generous space and has doors communicating to downstairs accommodation, window to the front aspect and stairs rising to the first floor. The hallway has timber flooring, inset ceiling spotlights and access to utility cupboard and understairs storage cupboard. The double-doored utility cupboard with space and plumbing for washing machine and dryer as well as plenty of worktop space. The downstairs W.C has a continuation of timber flooring from hallway, low level flush W.C and pedestal wash hand basin.
The lounge is located at the rear of the property and is a generous and bright space benefitting from dual aspect windows to rear and side elevation as well as French doors flowing out to the rear garden. A striking feature of this space is the brick constructed feature fireplace with inset gas fire. The bespoke fitted dining kitchen with dual aspect widows to the side and front aspect, the front enjoying stunning views over open fields. The custom-made kitchen offers a range of wall and base level units with granite worksurfaces over. There is an inset Belfast sink, draining unit etched into the worksurface, inset gas hob with extractor unit over, integrated oven, dishwasher and fridge freezer. The timber topped breakfast bar is a great space to grab breakfast on the go and enjoy a pleasant view over the fields at the front. The kitchen has travertine tiled flooring and central heating radiators.
The first-floor landing has carpeted flooring and doors communicating to first floor accommodation. All of the bedrooms are decent sized doubles with fitted eaves storage wardrobes. The Master bedroom has two windows to the rear elevation, and is a generous double bedroom with eaves storage cupboards, carpet, radiator and door communicating to Ensuite. The Ensuite bathroom has tiling from floor to ceiling, shower cubicle, low level flush W.C and heated towel rail. The second bedroom has two Velux windows to the rear elevation, a double bedroom with eaves storage cupboard, carpet, wall lights, radiator. Bedroom three is currently in use as a study with two eaves storage cupboards, wall lights, carpet, radiator and two Velux ceiling windows to front aspect. The four-piece family bathroom with Velux window, boasts a large corner shower cubicle, freestanding bath with mixer tap over, pedestal wash hand basin, low-level flush W.C, eaves storage cupboard, LED spotlight, part tiled walls, tiled floor, shaving point.
Field House benefits from its own private garden space with laid lawn and patio area outside the French doors from the lounge. The garden has a timber fenced perimeter and side access via a timber gate to the front. The property has access to the “wildflower meadow” where the residents keep their compost in timber stores as well as a small woodland at the rear. This property benefits from a timber constructed garage ideal for storage as well as parking off road just in front.
The Property is Freehold - The owners of the property are members of the committee which manages the upkeep of the communal areas. There is a £20pcm service charge payment and all proceeds are held by the committee and can be used on maintenance of the road etc.