Beautiful barn conversion in Manton has stunning views over Rutland Water
This is a beautiful stone, barn conversion occupying a good position with views of Rutland Water.
The entrance hall features tasteful exposed stonework, a door to a downstairs WC and access to the rest of the property’s accommodation.
The property has a large sitting room with a feature fireplace, windows looking back into the courtyard and glazed sliding doors.
Beyond the sitting room is the breakfast kitchen which has an oil fired AGA, Belfast sink, space for an American style fridge freezer and glazed French doors out to the central courtyard.
The kitchen leads to a dining room that also has large glazed sliding doors out to the garden giving stunning views over Rutland water.
The ground floor continues with two double bedrooms, including built in wardrobes and en-suite shower rooms.
A guest suite is located on the opposite side of the courtyard with a large double bedroom and en-suite shower room.
The ground floor accommodation is completed by a useful utility room.
There is an adjoining boot room that is accessed from the courtyard.
The stairs from the large sitting room lead to the master bedroom suite that is consists of a large double bedroom, a dressing room with built-in wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom with a panelled bath with shower, low flush lavatory and wash hand basin.
Outside, the property is accessed via wrought iron electric gates onto a generous gravelled driveway with central turning circle providing off-road parking for a number of vehicles.
There is a triple open front garage and a large shed that provide useful workshop and storage space.
With the property being a U-shaped barn conversion there is a central courtyard that is accessed off the majority of the ground floor accommodation.
This courtyard flows straight off the kitchen and provides perfect outdoor entertaining space in a sheltered position.
The property sits in approximately six acres of the land with formal gardens, an abundance of floral and shrub borders and many mature specimen trees providing year-round interest.
This garden is predominantly laid to lawn with mature tree boundaries and a hedge denoting the boundary between the garden and the paddock below.
The majority of the garden sits on the side of the property overlooking Rutland water.
The property is located just outside the pretty village of Manton overlooking Rutland Water and close to the popular county towns of Stamford, Oakham and Uppingham.
Barn Owl House in Manton is on the market with a guide price of £1,500,000.
To find out more or to make an appointment to view, call James Sellicks on 01572 724437.