A Grade II listed, 5 bed detached barn conversion, recently sympathetically converted to a high specification with a wealth of original features, and set in a semi rural location close to the Lancashire town of Southport
A magnificent detached five bedroom Grade II listed barn conversion, set in a semi-rural location.
Originally built circa 1633 the barn was intended as the Dower House to the Estate of Scarisbrick Hall. The barn has undergone a recent sympathetically conversion by the present owners who have created a high standard family home offering in excess of 4200 sqft of accommodation
The barn has spacious and luxurious accommodation comprising in brief:
A superb reception hall / living area with a vaulted ceiling, with the original oak trusses and intersecting beams, and an original ornate / crafted stone fireplace with log burning stove. There are galleried landings to either side leading to the main bedrooms
Bespoke fitted dining kitchen with traditional and hand crafted units and original beams to the pitched ceiling
Family room / garden room
Office / study
Master bedroom with en-suite,
Two further bedrooms with Jack and Jill en-suite
Fifth bedroom (with its own staircase).
Galleried landing with original oak balustrades.
Further features comprise original oak and revealed stone lintels, revealed brickwork, stone roof with oak pegs melding with the modern touches of underfloor heating, complimenting stone flooring, installed sprinkler system and smoke alarms, etc.
The property sits in approximately one acre of gardens with cobbled and lawned frontage having established flower borders and slate gravel.
The rear garden features a paved stone patio and there is a workshop which offers potential for conversion to granny annexe or gym / leisure / office conversion, garage, etc, subject to the usual permissions.
INTERNAL VIEWING IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED