A unique, stylish, spacious, well planned, barn conversion offering flexible living accomodation with ground floor + upper floor bedrooms and living spaces; ample gated parking + open countryside views.
This is a fabulous, spacious, barn conversion extending to 2,650 square feet of flexible-usage accommodation. The current owners have invested a lot of energy, time and resources into creating a large family living space, appropriate for country village living. Original beams and trusses have been preserved throughout to add character and height to rooms. The property is accessed from Beverley Road just along the road from the Cranswick village Farm shop and Garden centre and after just after the entrance to Hurrell"s seeds, a local grass and wildflower seed suppliers. There are remote controlled gates leading a large parking area, adequate for multiple vehicles. A recently constructed, large garage is located at the front of the property and this has been built with longevity in mind with the potential for usage ( subject to planning permissions)as a further bedroom suite or reception room. The main house door leads to a long hallway with a wood floor from which a large room (currently a 4th bedroom )can be reached. Further along the hallway is a bespoke, fitted oak and granite dining kitchen which leads to a large conservatory overlooking the rear garden. An inner hallway leads to 2 double , ground floor bedrooms and a large shower room. There is also a store room and utility room to the ground floor.
A feature wood staircase leads to the upper floor"s large reception space, currently used as a library and study area and a fantastic very large lounge with a log burner, a fantastic vaulted high ceiling and a far reaching countryside view. The upper floor also features a large, principal bedroom suite with a large 4 piece ensuite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe /closet. Outside is a private, well -stocked mature garden with a brick store and summer house and shed. There is a rear access / right of way for garden deliveries approached from the private lane owned by the Manor House.
Hutton Cranswick is a pretty, much sought-after village which is made up of two conjoined villages. The property is located in Cranswick and is approached via a drive away from the A164, Beverley Road
The village of Cranswick has a large, picturesque village green, reportedly the largest in East Yorkshire, with a children's play area and a pond. An annual village show is held on the green along with other family events. The area offers excellent walking routes with many well-maintained public footpaths leading from the village centre offering circular walking routes of varying lengths. Cycling is very popular in the East Riding and East Yorkshire wolds area owing to the existence of a large network of open country roads. Other amenities within this popular village include: a bowls club with bowling green, a post office and general stores; a hairdressers, a fish and chip shop, a prestigious butcher's shop, a village pub; a farm shop and cafe, a garden centre and cafe and 3 garages. On the outskirts of the village there is a small industrial estate where various small businesses are located. Cranswick also has a thriving methodist church, a WI hall and a well-regarded primary school.
In the smaller village of Hutton there is a church of England, St Peter's; a fishing lake and a sports and recreation centre with tennis courts and a football ground. There are regular sports' activities and clubs held at the WI hall: the Methodist hall and at the Sports and Recreation club. The village offers regular entertainment for residents including: a gardening club, WI meetings, children's activities, film nights and an annual village car boot sale. Local events are advertised in The Bulletin delivered monthly to houses in Hutton, Cranswick and Watton.
The village has its own railway station and is ideally located for those wishing to commute to Hull, York or the east coast. The historic town of Beverley can be reached in approximately 10 minutes by train and approximately 15 minutes by car. Hull can be reached by train in approximately 25 minutes or approximately 40 minutes by car. York can be reached in approximately 50 minutes by car. Bridlington is just a 20 minute drive away or can be reached in a similar time by train. The 121 Hull to Scarborough bus runs at the top of the village on the A164, 7am to 11pm, every hour, daily.
14' 3'' x 3' 9'' (4.36m x 1.15m) Front upvc door - Wood flooring - Radiator
20' 0'' x 19' 2'' (6.11m x 5.86m) Bespoke fitted oak kitchen with a comprehensive range of base plus eye level units, a breakfast promontory, granite work tops - Integrated appliances to include : dishwasher, electric oven, gas hob - Ceramic sink with mixer tap - Plinth heater - Radiator - Feature beams - Wood flooring throughout - Aspect to the rear - Dining area - Door to the rear garden - Door leading to conservatory - Storage area
19' 0'' x 9' 2'' (5.8m x 2.8m) Large conservatory - Wood flooring
Access to ground floor bedrooms - Wood flooring radiator - Under-stairs storage
13' 7'' x 13' 5'' (4.16m x 4.1m) Large room - Flexibility of usage ie potential reception room etc - Double french doors to the front courtyard - Radiator - Fitted carpet
15' 0'' x 12' 0'' (4.58m x 3.67m) Aspect to the front courtyard - Built-in cupboard / wardrobe - Radiator - Wood flooring
12' 1'' x 11' 2'' (3.69m x 3.42m) Double room - Aspect to the front courtyard - Radiator - Wood flooring
9' 7'' x 6' 8'' (2.94m x 2.04m) Large walk-in shower - Glass shower screens - Mains shower - Fitted carpet - Pedastal sink - Low flush WC - Chrome towel radiator
Oak stair case - Wrought Orion balustrades - Feature original window at foot of stairs
Tack room / store + utilityroom
14' 11'' x 12' 11'' (4.56m x 3.96m) Radiator - Shelving - Plumbing for washing machine - Space for appliances - Storage area
12' 4'' x 25' 8'' (3.76m x 7.84m) Electric door - Lined walls therefore can become another room subject to planning - Storage area with boiler and heating controls - Concrete floor - Rafters - Small door to the rear
Garage boiler room
3' 3'' x 6' 6'' (1m x 2m) Oil fired central heating boiler
20' 2'' x 19' 8'' (6.16m x 6.01m) Very large reception room with countryside aspect - Feature beams and trusses - Feature log burner - Wood flooring - Cast iron radiator
19' 9'' x 9' 4'' (6.02m x 2.85m) Large area - Flexibilty of usage, currently a library and study - Dual aspects - Feature beams - Cast iron radiator - Wood flooring
Principal bedroom 1
19' 10'' x 9' 4'' (6.07m x 2.85m) Very large double room - Dual aspect - Fitted carpet - Dressing area
Principal ensuite and built-in wardrobe
13' 9'' x 11' 3'' (4.21m x 3.43m) Large ensuite bathroom : bath, shower cubicle, sink set on cupboard unit, low flush WC - Recessed downlights
Walk-in wardrobe in Principal /Bed 1
9' 10'' x 6' 2'' (3m x 1.9m) Hanging rails and shelves
Oil fired central heating : Eurostar, serviced boiler
Septic tank : serviced and maintained by local company
Kingspan insulation tbc
Double glazed upvc window frames
Council tax band E
Gated entrance way - Remote control gates - Parking space for multiple vehicles - High fencing panels - Log store - Bin store - Gravel surface
Private garden - Lawn - Borders with mature plants and shrubbery - Access to a rear vehicular right of way - Patio area - Log store - Open, brick-built storage area
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