The two-bedroom cottage, on Bright Street, North Wingfield, features a large open-plan living/kitchen area on the ground-floor, with two bedrooms upstairs, including a master bedroom where “you will be taken aback with the sheer size of the room”.
In its brochure, estate agent Reeds Rains, which has listed the home on property website Zoopla, says: “This converted dairy barn dates back to 1837 and was converted 16 years ago.
“The transformation is absolutely beautiful and the property now benefits from many original features with modern contemporary appliances.
“This property has a wealth of character and charm and offers spacious rooms with neutral decor.”
Other highlights include a low-maintenance rear garden and courtyard location, close to the original Bright Street Farm farmhouse and other converted barns.
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1. Courtyard location
the property is situated in a courtyard where the original farmhouse can be found along with three other converted buildings.
2. Kitchen/living area
This fantastic open plan room is ideal for those who like to entertain. With high ceilings, wide stone windowsills, and a stone-flagged floor with underfloor heating that is currently covered over with laminate, wood-effect flooring.
3. Kitchen/living area
There are wooden-framed windows to the front and rear, stable door to the rear and a wall-mounted, log-effect gas fire.
4. Kitchen/living area
The kitchen area also benefits from a central island with base units, breakfast bar and granite worktop.