4 bedroom barn conversion
Wyatts Lane, Northwood, Isle of Wight
Megan BakerEmail me
The owners of this handsome modern styled detached house really did pour their heart and soul into the conversion of their period barn. They finished the project in 2013 after owning the building for nearly 30 years and it has been a real labour of love for them. We’ve promised we will find lovely new owners who will appreciate the building as they do – could that be you?!
Entrance hallway:A welcoming introduction to the home with freshly decorated flat walls and ceilings, warm natural pine skirting and architraves and oak doors - a styling found throughout the property. Oak flooring which runs right through the ground floor and built in cupboard.
Cloakroom:Cleverly tucked under the stairs with WC, wash hand basin and extractor unit.
Kitchen:12'2 max x 11'11 max (3.71m max x 3.63m max) - A very stylish area fitted with a range of warm white shaker style units with oak block effect work surfaces extending to upstands. The range of integrated appliances includes a fridge; freezer; dishwasher and washer/dryer as well as a stainless steel gas five burner range with stainless steel and glass extractor canopy over. Double bowl stainless steel sink unit with window over to front. The room leads open plan through a wide square archway and continuous flooring into the...
Lounge/dining room:24'6 max x 21'5 max (7.47m max x 6.53m max) - This very generously proportioned L-shaped family room is filled with light through the three sets of french doors. Two lie to the rear, leading onto the decked terrace and a third wide set with glazed side panels looks to the side. There is plenty of space for sitting and dining areas.
First floor landing:With stained glass porthole panel to front and oak doors to...
Bedroom one:16'8 max x 10'3 max (5.08m max x 3.12m max) - A double room with lots of character through its unusual shape and beamed ceiling. Window to rear offering a far-reaching view to open countryside. Further velux window to side set in part-sloping ceiling. Door to...
En-suite shower room:8'10 max x 7'6 max (2.69m max x 2.29m max) - A spacious en-suite facility with curved glass enclosure; pedestal wash hand basin and W.C. Velux window to side, set in sloping ceiling and chrome heated towel ladder.
Bedroom two:10'2 x 9'0 max (3.10m x 2.74m max) - A double room with velux window set into part sloping beamed ceiling.
Bedroom three:10'11 x 8'8 plus wardrobe recess (3.33m x 2.64m plus wardrobe recess) - A third double room again with velux window to side set in part sloping beamed ceiling.
Bedroom four:10'11 max x 8'0 max (3.33m max x 2.44m max) - A sweet L-shaped single room or study with velux window set in part sloping beamed ceiling and built in cupboard housing the Vaillant gas fired boiler. (The L shaped room measures 10'11 max narrowing to 5'8 x 8'0 max narrowing to 4'3)
Family bathroom:9'1 max x 8'0 max (2.77m max x 2.44m max) - Another good sized bathroom with white suite and tiling. Bath with mixer tap/shower attachment over; pedestal wash hand basin and W.C. Chrome heated towel ladder and velux window set in part sloping, beamed ceiling.
Parking:The house shares an entrance driveway with number 34 and has parking for 3 vehicles (with one in front of the other two) in an allocated area in front of the house.
Gardens:Gated side access leads down a wide concreted side area to the sunny rear garden. A very large decked terrace is set behind the living space - ideal for al-fresco dining. The remainder of the area is enclosed by smart walls and fencing and has a large paved area, gravelled part and useful shed. Outside lights to side and rear.
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Disclaimer: Floor Plan measurements are approximate and are for illustrative purposes only. Whilst we do not doubt the accuracy of the floor plan, we make no guarantee, warranty or representation as to the accuracy and completeness of the floor plan. You or your advisors should conduct a careful, independent investigation of the property to determine to your satisfaction as to the suitability of the property for your space requirements.