The Greenyard Main Road, Harlaston, Staffordshire, B79 9JX

  • £740,000 Guide Price
  • Barn Conversion
  • 4 bedrooms

Residing within secluded, south-west facing walled gardens is The Greenyard, an elegant and immaculately presented converted barn showcasing a wealth of character throughout, a tranquil rural village setting and spacious interiors including four double bedrooms and an impressive dining kitchen. Originally dating back to the 1850s where it served as a working farm, The Greenyard has been refurbished extensively since its original conversion to include a remodelled kitchen, boot room and pantry, refitted bathrooms and a full rewire, with the accommodation ideally laid out to suit those also looking for ground floor annexe or bedroom space.

The interiors feature a wealth of exposed beams, characterful fireplaces and original doors, with the reception hall featuring the stable s original feed trough and saddle rack. Also to the ground floor are two generously proportioned reception rooms and a refitted boot room, with a magnificent open plan kitchen providing a most impressive living space with bespoke pantry. Two double en suite bedrooms are set to the first floor, with a further two bedrooms to the ground floor serviced by a shower room. Outside, there is parking and a detached triple garage with electric entrance doors to the side of the barn, with double gates opening into the walled gardens which offer an idyllic and
sunny space to appreciate the peaceful village setting. The Greenyard is serviced by LPG central heating, double glazed wooden framed windows (some with secondary glazing) and mains drainage. Planning permission has also been granted for a two storey extension to be added to include an entrance hall, garden room and fifth bedroom.

The Greenyard lies in the heart of this desirable rural village within a secluded garden plot enjoying pleasant views towards the village Church.

This popular Mease Valley village is home to an active community and an attractive main street lined with historic homes, and offers amenities
including a Church, childrens playground, a post office/village store and the White Lion pub, with further amenities available in the nearby market town of Tamworth and Cathedral City of Lichfield. Many countryside walks and public footpaths can also be enjoyed from the doorstep.

The location allows for good access to both the A38 and M42 giving swift onward travel to the commercial centres of Birmingham, Solihull,
Coventry, Nottingham, Leicester and Derby, and the International Airports of Birmingham and East Midlands are both within a comfortable commute. Regional and national rail travel is available from both Tamworth and Lichfield where swift links to Birmingham and London (in 80 mins) can be found.

Nearby Primary Schools include Mary Howard in Edingale, St Andrews C of E in Clifton Campville and Howard Primary in Elford, with secondary education continuing at John Taylor High in Barton under Needwood and the John Taylor Free School in Tatenhill. There are also a prestigious range of independent schools in the area including Twycross House, Lichfield
Cathedral and Repton.

Planning Permission

has also been granted for a rear two storey extension to add a further entrance hall, garden room, porch and fifth bedroom. The planning reference is 21/00736/FUH

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Set in the heart of rural Staffordshire, the pretty village of Harlaston offers a good array of amenities in the form of a post office, village store and pub, the latter perched unusually on its own triangular plot in the middle of crossroads.With a river running through its centre, Harlaston is something of an idyllic spot and, with an eclectic mix of traditional and new-build housing and beautiful gardens, it regularly and deservedly wins Best Kept Small Villages titles. read more

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