Enjoying a picturesque location on the outskirts of Edingale is The Barn, an impressive detached barn conversion boasting panoramic countryside views, versatile accommodation ideal to suit an annexe/home office space and a generous garden plot of 0.8 acre. Comprising spacious living accommodation and six bedrooms, The Barn is currently configured as a single impressive country home, with unique flexibility offered to remodel to create three-bedroomed ancillary accommodation or a fabulous home office suite. Presenting stunning features throughout including exposed beams, thumb latch doors and oak flooring, The Barn has been recently upgraded to include a new oil boiler to part, a contemporary Air Source Heat Pump with new radiators to The Barn, a refitted en suite wet room, bathroom and shower room, and a refitted kitchen with bifold doors out to the stunning gardens.
The interiors comprise briefly dual aspect reception hall with galleried staircase, sitting room, lounge, dining room, breakfast kitchen and cloakroom, with a large utility room connecting the ground floor to what was formerly a self contained annexe, where there are two additional reception rooms, a ground floor bedroom, separate entrance hall and a shower room, with two further bedrooms to the first floor. To the first floor of The Barn are three double bedrooms, a refitted master en suite and family bathroom. Outside, the property benefit from a gravelled courtyard providing ample parking, a double garage and stunning formal gardens, totalling 0.8 acre and all overlooking breathtaking views over the surround Staffordshire countryside. Parts of the property have also been remodelled to allow for wheelchair access with additions including a spacious wet room to the master bedroom. The lift is as separate negotiation.
The Barn is set a view minutes from Edingale, an increasingly popular rural village set within the National Forest in a scenic area known as the Mease Valley. Edingale, a past winner of Staffordshire Best Kept Village, offers amenities including the Village Hall, which hosts a number of group meetings and activities, the Black Horse pub and restaurant and the Mary Howard Primary School which feeds into the highly regarded John Taylor High School. The local village of Harlaston is home to a shop and the popular White Lion pub and restaurant and additional amenities can be found in Tamworth, Lichfield and Burton on Trent. Well placed for commuters, the area provides easy access to A38, M42, M6 and M6 Toll and direct rail links to Birmingham and London can be found from two train stations in Lichfield and a station at Tamworth.
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