A Grade II Listed, two bedroomed barn conversion with well-appointed accommodation and superb finishes throughout, benefitting from a delightful outlook over open countryside, yet within striking distance of the A1. Read more
A Grade II Listed, two bedroomed barn conversion with well-appointed accommodation and superb finishes throughout, benefitting from a delightful outlook over open countryside, yet within striking distance of the A1.
The original barn is Grade II listed, built largely of stone and under pan tiles the barn has retained its authentic traditional origins while being complemented by stylish interiors. The barn enjoys central heating fired by Calor gas, full cavity walls, oak double glazed windows, under floor heating, travertine flooring, and oak woodwork throughout.
A glazed front door leads into the entrance hall, there is a useful understairs cupboard and an Oak staircase rising to the first floor. The sitting room is large and spacious with a double aspect over the gardens to the front and rear.
The dining kitchen has bespoke fitted units with a worktop over. There are integrated appliances which compromise of two ovens, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher and a wine fridge. There is an inset sink with circular bowl and draining board, mixer tap and Travertine flooring. There is a separate utility room with plumbing for a washing machine, wall mounted boiler and a door that leads outside to the rear courtyard. There is also a separate guest WC/ cloakroom.
An oak handmade staircase leads to the first floor landing. There are two good sized double bedrooms both benefitting from en-suite bathrooms.
The bathrooms are equipped with Jacuzzi style baths with showers over, WCs, contemporary wash hand basins and heated towel rails. There are Travertine tiles to both the floor and walls.
Externally A shared private drive off Gatherley Road grants access to the front of the development . There are parking areas to the front of each property for at least two cars and large lawned gardens bounded by post and rail fencing. To the rear of the property is a gravelled courtyard garden.
EPC Rating This property has been certified with an EPC Rating of D.
Council Tax Band Band E
Bridge Farm Barns are situated close to Catterick Racecourse enjoying views over pastoral countryside yet within minutes of Catterick Village and access onto the A1(M) allowing excellent commuting to the commercial centres of the North East.
The nearest train stations are in Darlington and Northallerton, no more than twenty minutes drive away, on the East Coast mainline running an excellent service from Edinburgh to London's Kings Cross. There is also a choice of airports for both domestic and international flights within an hour's drive or so.
Brompton on Swale is located close to both the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors National Parks. The historic Market town of Richmond is four miles away where everyday facilities can be found as well as an excellent choice of primary and secondary schooling.
This is a Freehold property.
Property at a glance
Stylish Grade II Listed barn conversion
Well appointed reception rooms with superb finish
Beautiful fitted kitchens with integrated appliances
Garden with delightful outlook over open countryside
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