Offered for sale in good decorative order is this four bedroom detached family home. The accommodation comprises entrance hall, downstairs WC, lounge, kitchen, dining room, utility and conservatory. First floor landing to main bedroom with en-suite, three further bedrooms and the bathroom. Outside there are front and rear gardens, the front being paved, providing off road parking for several vehicles. An early viewing is advised. EPC: E
Agent address,11 Weston Favell Centre, Northampton, NN3 8JZ
A truly unique opportunity to purchase a Grade 2 listed early 19th Century truer Windmill situated on a large plot in the heart of Kingsthorpe at the top of Boughton Green road. The property whilst not only providing a rare chance to live in an iconic home is also situated on a generous plot with the potential subject to planning for further development. Early viewing is strongly recommended to appreciate all that this home has to offer.
Agent address,4 Bridge Street, Northampton, NN1 1NW
The Elms dates from the 17th Century, was further extended during the 19th Century, and is Grade II Listed. It sits centrally within the village of Duston and in a conservation area. The house has been within the same ownership for 60 plus years and offers opportunities for interior remodelling and expansion with the potential to make a wonderful family home again.
The front door opens into a hall with a kitchen to the right and cloakroom to the left. Directly ahead is a large dining room which opens onto a drawing room. Both are impressive rooms, have parquet floor and an abundance of light. Running off the kitchen and connecting to the oldest part of the house is a breakfast room which provides access to the gardens. Beyond this is a run of rooms which include a study, shower room and bedroom. The original hall with front door lies beyond with the sitting room running off.
On the first floor, there is a run of five bedrooms, all of which have either fitted cupboards or walkin ones, as well as two bathrooms and a separate WC. On the second floor there are a further two bedrooms and a games room. Above the drawing room there is substantial and, potentially, usable loft space. This is accessed by stairs in the adjacent wood shed.
The house has three gated road entrances. Two from Millway, and one from the Main Road, which is the main entrance. This entrance leads, past a run of 7 garages arranged in an L shape, onto a gravelled driveway with a central roundel and flag pole. The garden wraps around the house to the north, east and south with only the original part of the house, to the west, abutting Millway. The garden’s perimeter is well planted with mature trees and shrubs providing excellent privacy.
Immediately to the south of the house is the more formal garden with a gravel and stone terrace running the length of that façade. To the south-east and overlooking the formal area, is a summer house constructed of stone with a pantile roof. Beyond are lean-to potting sheds and a kitchen garden, home to mature asparagus, raspberries, currants and gooseberries. Abutting this is an orchard of apple, pear and plum trees. A gravel drive running from the front of the house connects this area providing easy access for machinery.
In the south-east corner of the plot is a large grass
tennis court. To the north of this is a substantial kitchen garden. To the east of the garages is another orchard of apple and pear trees with a greenhouse & shed. In all, the plot amounts to about 1.8 acres.
There is Listed Building Consent to subdivide the farmhouse into 3 individual buildings (N/2019/0710) with Full Planning Permission to
the same subdivision (N/2019/0707).
In addition, there is Listed Building Consent for the conversion and extension of 2 curtilage listed outbuildings, the summer house and garages, to create 2 new dwellings, Plots 4 and 6 (N/2019/0714), with Full Planning Permission for the same (N/2019/0713). Included within this planning permission is the creation of one new dwelling, Plot 5, which is adjacent to the tennis
These consents and permissions date from mid-September 2019 and can be found on the Northampton Borough Council Website: Http:// planning
Duston, as a settlement, dates back to pre- Roman times, possibly even prehistoric times, and is mentioned in the Domesday Book.
Originally a farming community, and then integral to the local iron ore mining industry, it has been gradually enveloped by the expansion of Northampton.
Today’s Duston, which sits within a conservation area, still retains much of its original village character with a number of local shops and a community feel revolving around the St Luke’s Church and the Duston Village Hall.
Transport links are excellent with a short journey to Northampton station providing links into
London Euston, Birmingham and Rugby. Equally, the M1 motorway is just a short drive away.
Local schooling offers a myriad of options for children up to and including secondary age in its pre-schools, primary schools and secondary schools. Local private schools can be found at Quinton House, Northampton High School for Girls as well as Spratton Hall and Maidwell Hall preparatory schools.
From Junction 15a of the M1 take the A5123 into Northampton. After a mile, and on reaching a roundabout, go straight over following signs for the town centre and Sixfields along the A5076. Go straight over four more roundabouts following signs for Duston. 300m after the fourth roundabout, take a left along Main Road following signs for ‘Duston ¼ mile’. Follow Main Road around to the left and, on the left just before a mini roundabout with a war memorial set back to the left of them are the gates to The Elms.
Entrance Hallway –
Reception Room – 5.13m x 4.98m (16’10 x 16’4) –
Snug Area – 3.78m x 2.64m (12’5 x 8’8) –
Dining Room – 5.41m x 4.24m (17’9 x 13’11) –
Snug/Family Room – 3.63m x 3.48m (11’11 x 11’5) –
Kitchen/Breakfast Room – 5.56m x 3.18m (18’3 x 10’5) –
Utility Room –
Master Bedroom – 5.13m x 5.11m (16’10 x 16’9) –
En-Suite Bathroom –
Guest Double Bedroom – 5.03m x 3.89m (16’6 x 12’9) –
Bedroom – 2.84m 2.54m (9’4 8’4) –
Bedroom And Dressing Area – 8.08m x 3.78m max (26’6 x 12’5 max) –
Sitting Area – 5.44m x 3.81m (17’10 x 12’6) –
Bedroom – 3.81m x 2.79m (12’6 x 9’2) –
Annex Kitchen/Breakfast Room – 4.60m x 4.42m (15’1 x 14’6) –
Annex Sitting Room – 4.55m x 3.07m (14’11 x 10’1) –
Shower Room –
Annex Bedroom – 3.23m x 3.07m (10’7 x 10’1) –
Car Port – 5.59m x 4.90m (18’4 x 16’1) –
For further information or to arrange a viewing, contact me directly.
Fine & Country Northampton
9 George Row
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Croft House is a very substantial individual detached stone house which was built in 2004 and designed for the present owner. The interior extends to approximately 3,300 square feet with five bedroomed accommodation including two suites and a family bathroom as well as a cloakroom and additional shower room. On the ground floor there are four reception rooms a kitchen/breakfast room and large utility room and in addition there is an integral double garage. The house stands in private largely walled gardens laid to lawn and facing in a south easterly direction at the rear. The property also has a large attic space which may prove suitable for extension of the accommodation subject to planning consent.
Entrance Hall (10’2 x 3’9 (3.10m x 1.14m))
Approached through an oak hardwood front door there is a fitted floor mat with a partly glazed door opening to:-
Reception Hall (17’2 x 16’3 maximum (5.23m x 4.95m maximum))
A spacious central hall containing the stairs rising to the first floor with oak handrail and there are oak hardwood doors opening to:-
Cloakroom (6’9 x 3’7 (2.06m x 1.09m))
With a suite by Villeroy and Boch of wash basin and WC. Vertical heated towel rail.
Drawing Room (22’0 x 15’6 (6.71m x 4.72m))
A well proportioned room with a deep coved ceiling and windows either side of the open fireplace which has a slate hearth and an antique pine carved mantle. There are TV and wall light points and further windows and a french door which opens to the rear terrace and gardens.
Dining Room (15’6 x 12’8 (4.72m x 3.86m))
Also with a deep coved ceiling and french door opening to the rear terrace and garden. A further door leads to the kitchen.
Family Room (14’2 x 10’7 (4.32m x 3.23m))
With coved ceiling, TV and telephone point and three casement windows to the front elevation.
Study (10’9 x 9’7 (3.28m x 2.92m))
Also with a coved ceiling, broadband connection (Gigaclear available) and TV point as well as windows to the front elevation.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room (16’6 x 15’6 (5.03m x 4.72m))
With maple-fronted floor and wall cabinets, polished granite work surfaces, incorporating a twin underslung stainless steel sink unit, there are two full-size ovens, a further half oven and a stainless steel microwave, all built-in and made by Bosch. The five place gas hob beneath a stainless steel and glass cooker hood is also from Bosch. Further appliances include the Siemens’ fridge and freezer and the automatic 12 place Bosch dishwasher and there is also an additional dresser unit. The window overlooks the rear garden and a door leads to:-
Utility Room (15’1 x 6’10 (4.60m x 2.08m))
A large room with further floor and wall cabinets with laminated working surfaces and twin bowl sink unit, plumbing for washing machine and a further dishwasher. There is an internal door to the garage, a door to the rear garden and a further door to:-
Shower Room (6’8 x 3’8 (2.03m x 1.12m))
With a ceramic tiled shower cubicle with integrated shower.
Landing (18’2 x 10’8 (5.54m x 3.25m))
The galleried landing has turned newel posts and balustrade and a two casement dormer windows to the front. There is a walk-in linen cupboard with the hot water cylinder, immersion heater and slatted shelving. Solid oak doors lead to:-
Master Bedroom Suite
Bedroom One (23’0 x 16’8 (7.01m x 5.08m))
A very spacious room with built in wardrobes at either side with shelving and hanging space, a four casement window overlooking the rear garden and a door leading to:-
Bathroom En Suite (13’6 x 7’0 maximum (4.11m x 2.13m maximum))
With a Villeroy and Boch suite in white with twin vanity wash basins with cupboards under, a twin ended bath with side tap and an integrated shower cubicle. There is ceramic tiling from floor to ceiling and a vertical heated towel rail.
Bedroom Two (14’10 x 13’1 (4.52m x 3.99m))
Also with a range of built in wardrobes with shelving and hanging space, window to rear elevation and door to:-
Bathroom En Suite (12’6 x 6’0 (3.81m x 1.83m))
With a further Villeroy and Boch suite in white with twin ended bath with corner shower hose, WC with concealed cistern and pedestal wash hand basin. Stainless steel vertical heated towel rail and window to the side.
Bedroom Three (18’2 x 14’0 (5.54m x 4.27m))
A very spacious double room with a four casement window to the front elevation.
Bedroom Four (14’3 x 10’7 (4.34m x 3.23m))
With a two casement window to the front elevation.
Bedroom Five (15’1 x 10’4 (4.60m x 3.15m))
A further double bedroom with a three casement window to the front elevation.
Family Bathroom (12’9 x 10’4 (3.89m x 3.15m))
With a white suite of twin ended bath with side shower hose, pedestal wash basin, WC with concealed cistern and a further ceramic tiled shower and vertical heated towel rail.
Attic Space (41’0 x 13’0 approximately (12.50m x 3.96m appro x imately))
Approached via a retractable ladder through a hatch above the inner landing, the floor is boarded and there is light connected.
The house stands back from Church Lane behind a walled front garden with a central block paved drive leading to parking and turning space and flanked on either side by established lawns with tall mature specimen trees including Beech and Sycamore. There are pedestrian walkways either side of the house to the rear garden.
Double Garage (18’2 x 17’9 (5.54m x 5.41m))
Approached through twin up and over doors and with light and power connections, there is a window and door to the side elevation and an internal door to the utility room.
Approached by a York stone paved terrace there is an established stone boundary wall and close boarded fencing and the garden is largely laid to lawn facing in a south easterly direction and contains a number of mature Fir and fruit trees.
The property will be sold subject to the standard Althorp Estate schedule of covenants.
Church Brampton is the home of the Northamptonshire County Golf Club, one of the finest heathland courses in central England. Within the village there is also the Parish Church of St Botolph and The Bramptons’ Primary School. At nearby Chapel Brampton is the Sedgebrook Hall Hotel and Conference Centre. There is a Waitrose supermarket at nearby Kingsthorpe and a Sainsbury’s supermarket at New Duston. Sailing and fishing are available at Pitsford Reservoir and the M1 motorway north bound is via Junction 16 at Nether Heyford and south bound via Junction 15A at Rothersthorpe. The village is well placed for access to a number of public schools including Oakham, Uppingham, Oundle, Rugby and Wellingborough.
Main drainage, gas, water and electricity are connected. Central heating is through radiators from a Vaillant gas fired boiler which also provides the domestic hot water through a mains pressure unvented hot water cylinder.
Daventry District Council – Band G
How To Get There
From Northampton proceed in a north westerly direction along the A5199 Welford Road to the junction with Brampton Lane at the Windhover public house. Continue along the road passing over the river and take the first turning left sign posted to Church Brampton. Enter the village along Sandy Lane and continue straight on towards the junction with the Harlestone Road. Continue straight over at the crossroads into the Holdenby Road, then turn first left into Church Lane, where the property stands on the left hand side.
£1,050,000.00 Richard Greener, Northampton
Built and developed in the 1980s and 1990s as part of Northampton’s expansion, the residential areas of East and West Hunsbury are now well established and extremely popular due to their local facilities and main road access. Positioned between junctions 15 and 15a of the M1, this large residential area offers local shopping precincts as well as a large 24 hour supermarket, doctor’s surgery, schools, dental practice, library, leisure centre, petrol station, public houses, restaurants and a country park with conference venue Hunsbury Hill Centre. The town offers two luxury cinemas and two well regarded theatres. The additional high street facilities and public service amenities of Northampton town centre can be reached less than 3 miles away along with a mainline train station with services to London Euston and Birmingham New Street. Regular bus services operate to Northampton as well as Milton Keynes where further shopping and entertainment facilities can be enjoyed such as The Milton Keynes Theatre District, The Centre mk or Xscape indoor skiing and boarding dome.
The accommodation comprises
Entry via obscure UPVC double glazed door. Radiator. Coving to ceiling. Access to main fusebox. Karndean flooring. Oak doors to connecting rooms.
Cloakroom/WC 1.47m (4’10) x 1.47m (4’10)
Obscure UPVC double glazed window to front elevation. Radiator. Fitted two piece suite comprising low level WC, wall mounted wash hand basin with vanity unit under. Tiling to splash back areas. Karndean flooring.
Sitting room 4.44m (14’7) x 5.23m (17’2)
Three UPVC double glazed windows to front, rear and side elevations. Two radiators. Feature fireplace with decorative surround. Coving to ceiling.
Dining room 4.47m (14’8) x 3.07m (10’1)
UPVC double glazed window to side elevation. UPVC double glazed french doors to rear elevation. Radiator. Coving to ceiling. Karndean flooring.
Kitchen/breakfast room 3.58m (11’9) x 3.30m (10’10)
UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation. Radiator. Fitted cream gloss finished wall mounted and base level units and drawers with work surface over. Stainless steel sink and drainer unit. Integrated appliances including pyrolytic gas oven, induction hob and extractor canopy. Stainless steel splash backs. Under unit lighting. Karndean flooring. Space for dining table and chairs. Open arch to:
Utility 3.48m (11’5) x 1.47m (4’10)
Obscure UPVC double glazed window to side elevation. UPVC double glazed door to rear elevation. Matched to kitchen with gloss wall mounted and base level units and drawers with work surface over. Stainless steel sink and drainer. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Space for American style fridge/freezer. Wall mounted gas boiler (serviced annually). Karndean flooring.
UPVC double glazed window to side elevation. Radiator. Galleried landing. Access to loft space. Airing cupboard. Doors to connecting rooms.
Bedroom one 2.84m (9’4) x 4.37m (14’4)
UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation. Radiator. Mirror fronted fitted wardrobes to one wall. Door to:
Ensuite 1.73m (5’8) x 1.70m (5’7)
Obscure UPVC double glazed window to front elevation. Radiator. Fitted three piece suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and tiled shower cubicle with glazed screen. Tiled walls. Shaver socket.
Bedroom two 3.45m (11’4) x 3.35m (11)
UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation. Radiator. Fitted wardrobe.
Bedroom three 3.48m (11’5) x 2.57m (8’5)
UPVC double glazed window to side elevation. Radiator. Fitted wardrobe.
Bedroom four 2.46m (8’1) x 2.57m (8’5)
UPVC double glazed window to front elevation. Radiator.
Bathroom 1.73m (5’8) x 2.03m (6’8)
Obscure UPVC double glazed window to front elevation. Radiator. Fitted three piece suite comprising low level WC, wash hand basin with vanity unit, panelled bath tub with shower over and glazed screen. Tiled walls. Shaver socket.
Spacious driveway with access to double garage. External light. Mature shrub and hedge to perimeter.
Garage 4.95m (16’3) x 6.10m (20)
Power and light connected. Two windows to rear elevation. Pedestrian door to rear. Electric double door to front.
Southerly facing and enjoying a high degree of privacy. Mature lawn with shrub borders. Choice of entertaining areas. Side access gate.
At the time of print, these particulars are awaiting approval from the Vendor(s).
The heating and electrical systems have not been tested by the selling agent Jackson Grundy.
By appointment only through the agents Jackson Grundy – open seven days a week.
A stunning 5 Bedroom detached property, very well presented throughout. The property offers 5 Bedrooms, one of which includes and En-Suite bathroom, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room and Shower Room. Throughout the property offers gas central heating & double glazing. Externally, the front of the property has a double garage & there is also parking on the driveway. A short distance from local amenities such as schools, dentists, doctors & a Co-Op. Northampton train station is a short distance away for key transport links.
Marketed by sold.co.uk
Ash street is located close to the town centre, just off The Mounts. it is a pleasant terraced street, with easy access to the town centre, the train station and the bus station. This house has been beautifully refurbished and is on the market with Connells, Northampton. 01604 716655
A well maintained 2 double bedroom property with converted cellar and three reception areas giving flexible living accommodation. This good size property offers gas central heating, double glazing and rear garden. The accommodation comprises of a lounge open plan to dining area, family room/breakfast room, kitchen, converted cellar and two double bedrooms and large bathroom to the first floor.
Enter via wood door to the front aspect, Wall mounted radiator.
Lounge 22′ 4″ x 10′ 9″ max ( 6.81m x 3.28m max )
Double glazed windows to the front and rear aspect. Two wall mounted radiators. Television and telephone points. Gas fireplace. Original wood flooring.
Dining Room 7′ 4″ max x 11′ 6″ max ( 2.24m max x 3.51m max )
Double glazed window to the side aspect. Wall mounted radiator. Storage cupboard housing boiler.
Cellar 13′ 4″ max x 9′ 9″ max ( 4.06m max x 2.97m max )
Double glazed window to the front aspect. Storage cupboard.
Kitchen 17′ x 7′ 3″ sloping ceiling ( 5.18m x 2.21m sloping ceiling )
Fitted kitchen comprising a range of wall and base level units. Work surfaces incorporating stainless steel sink and drainer unit. Tiling to splashback areas. Gas oven and gas hob with cooker hood over. Plumbing and space for a washing machine. Wall mounted radiator. Two double glazed windows to the side aspect. Door leading to the garden.
Stairs rising up from the entrance hall. Access to loft space.
Bedroom One 13′ 8″ max x 10′ 1″ ( 4.17m max x 3.07m )
Double glazed window to the front aspect. Wall mounted radiator. Television point.
Bedroom Two 11′ 9″ x 8′ 5″ max ( 3.58m x 2.57m max )
Double glazed window to the rear aspect. Wall mounted radiator.
Suite comprsing bath with mixer taps wish shower over, wash hand basin and WC. Fully tiled. Wall mounted radiator. Double glazed window to the rear aspect.
Decking area. Laid to lawn. Timer shed. Enclosed by brick wall and shrubs.
A substantial five storey, six bedroom Victorian townhouse located in this conservation area overlooking The Racecourse. Steeped in character and original features the property was built in 1889 and measures just under 4,000 sq. Ft excluding the unconverted lower ground floor level. The accommodation briefly comprises entrance porch, entrance hall, cloakroom, lounge, dining room, breakfast room, kitchen, utility room, the lower ground floor comprises five separate store rooms, first floor landing, large drawing room with balcony, bedrooms one and two, shower room with w.c, additional shower room, second floor landing, bedrooms three, four and five, family bathroom with separate w.c, third floor living room/kitchenette with access to bedroom six. The property further benefits from a generous rear garden and a detached triple garage with electric roller door accessed via a service road.
8′ x 7′ 2″ (2.44m x 2.18m) Tiled floor. Stained glass door with surrounding windows leading to the hallway.
Minton tiled floor. Stairs to first floor. Radiator. Decorative coving.
Inner hall – Radiator. Tiled floor. Dado rail. Door to lower ground floor.
20′ 4″ x 15′ 2″ (6.20m x 4.62m) Sash bay window to front. Feature fireplace with open fire and tiled hearth. Radiator. Picture rail and coving.
15′ 11″ x 15′ 1″ (4.85m x 4.60m) UPVC double glazed door and window to rear. Feature fireplace with open fire. Radiator. Picture rail and coving.
Comprising wash hand basin and low level w.c. Tiled floor. UPVC double glazed window to side.
8′ 5″ x 6′ 11″ (2.57m x 2.11m) Comprising fitted worktop and cupboards, plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor and upvc double glazed window to side.
14′ 1″ x 11′ 10″ (4.29m x 3.61m) Two sash windows to side. Feature fireplace. Under floor heating. Radiator. Open in to kitchen:
17′ 9″ x 9′ 4″ (5.41m x 2.84m) Comprising one and a half bowl sink unit, floor standing cupboards with worktop above, eye level cupboards, range oven, plumbing for dishwasher, tiled splash back, wall mounted boiler, tiled floor, upvc double glazed windows to side and rear with door to side.
Lower Ground Floor
Comprising five separate store rooms. Power and light connected.
Radiator. Stained glass door with surrounding windows leading in to Drawing Room. Stairs to second floor.
25′ 1″ x 20′ 2″ max (7.65m x 6.15m) Sash bay window to front. UPVC double glazed doors leading to a balcony. Feature fireplace with open fire with tiled hearth. Radiator. Exposed wooden floorboards. Picture rail and coving.
15′ 11″ x 15′ 2″ (4.85m x 4.62m) Two upvc double glazed windows to rear. Radiator. Feature fireplace. Exposed wooden floorboards. Picture rail.
15′ 9″ x 12′ 2″ (4.80m x 3.71m) UPVC double glazed bay window to rear. Feature fireplace. Radiator. Picture rail and coving.
8′ 3″ x 7′ 1″ (2.51m x 2.16m) Walk in shower cubicle, wash hand basin with vanity unit and low level w.c. Heated towel rail. Fitted cupboard. Tiled floor and walls.
7′ 8″ x 3′ 4″ (2.34m x 1.02m) Shower cubicle with electric shower. Tiled floor and walls. UPVC double glazed window to side.
Second Floor Landing
Fitted cupboards. Stained glass window. Stairs to third floor.
16′ 11″ x 14′ (5.16m x 4.27m) Two sash windows to front. Feature fireplace with tiled hearth. Radiator. Picture rail.
16′ x 15′ 2″ (4.88m x 4.62m) Two upvc double glazed windows to rear. Fitted cupboard. Feature fireplace with tiled hearth. Radiator. Picture rail.
12′ 2″ x 11′ 11″ (3.71m x 3.63m) UPVC double glazed window to rear. Radiator. Fitted wardrobes. Sink unit. Feature fireplace with tiled hearth.
Comprising roll top bath and wash hand basin. Towel rail. Radiator. Tiled wall to dado level. Part tiled floor and part wooden floorboards. Sash window to front.
5′ 2″ x 3′ 1″ (1.57m x 0.94m) Comprising wash hand basin and low level w.c. Tiled splash back and floor.
19′ 9″ x 14′ 8″ (6.02m x 4.47m) UPVC double glazed window to front with two velux windows to rear. Built in cupboard. Radiator.
Kitchen area comprising one and a half bowl sink, floor standing cupboards with worktop above, fitted electric oven and hob, plumbing for washing machine and space for fridge.
19′ 10″ x 10′ (6.05m x 3.05m) UPVC double glazed window to front. Radiator. Built in storage cupboard.
Enclosed front garden with gravelled area and shrubs.
Enclosed rear garden with gravelled area leading on to paved patio area. Lawn with flower and shrub borders.
25′ 3″ x 19′ 5″ (7.70m x 5.92m) Detached garage with electric roller door. Power and light connected. Window and door to rear garden.
6 George Row
18th Century Cottage
Three Bedrooms Wealth of Character
Wonderful Location Countryside Views
Garage No Chain
Situated in the picturesque village of Upper Harlestone, this detached Grade II listed 18th Century stone and thatch cottage occupies a wonderful position with rolling countryside views and enjoys a delightful large garden.The property benefits from a wealth of character with original beams, an inglenook fireplace and brace and latch doors on the ground floor.
The accommodation briefly comprises of entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, master bedroom with en-suite and two further bedrooms. Outside there is a converted pig sty which is now used as a laundry room and a further outbuilding providing storage, a larder room and a garden room. There is a single detached garage and off-road parking.