AVAILABLE BY CONDITIONAL ONLINE AUCTION
AVAILABLE BY CONDITIONAL ONLINE AUCTION
Substantial Grade II Listed Building
Located within the highly desirable village of Long Bennington is this unique and potentially very charming Grade II property that presents a huge opportunity to the right buyer. The extensive and highly flexible accommodation is currently set over two floors, with further scope (and the relevant permissions) to
convert the current cellar space and large attic spaces. With many features still in place, and numerous reception rooms and bedrooms, this potentially could be the home that you can only
dream of, in one of the area's most prestigious villages. This home requires significant improvements, and therefore buyers who are not willing to take on a full scale project should be advised. Sold with no onward chain.
With glazed entrance door, feature wood burning stove, flagstone flooring, exposed ceiling beams.
With two glazed windows to the front aspect, living flame gas fire set to a marble hearth with decorative wooden surround.
With two secondary glazed windows to the front aspect, exposed beamwork, stripped floorboard flooring and double sided stove. Split stairs leading to the first floor.
With glazed window to the side aspect
With glazed window to the side and rear aspect, ceramic tiled floor, roll edge work surface with inset stainless steel sink and drainer, cupboards and drawers for storage, matching eye level cupboards.
With obscure glazed window to the rear aspect, a 2‐piece suite comprising wash handbasin and low level WC. and a wet area with drainage point and electric shower.
Off the reception hall, with smoke alarm, stairs rising to the first floor
with glazed window to the rear aspect
With glazed window to the side aspect, exposed brick fireplace, exposed beamwork, built‐in storage, door to CELLAR
With glazed window to the side aspect, sharing the double sided stove with Reception Room 2.
With glazed door to the garden, door to stairs rising to office and door to autility area
With glazed window to the side aspect, rear side of original bakers oven which can be accessed from the outside
With two glazed windows to the side aspect, roll edge work surface with
inset one and a half bowl sink and drainer, eye and base level cupboards
Accessed from the lobby, with glazed window to the side aspect, door to a further room.
With door to
With gas fired central heating boiler.
With stairs leading off in two directions and having smoke alarm, door with steps which rise to the attic space, ample built‐in storage
Having glazed window to the rear aspect, half vaulted ceiling, door to attached massage room.
With two glazed windows to the front aspect, period feature cast iron fireplace and door through to massage room.
With two obscure glazed windows to the rear aspect and a 4‐piece whitesuite comprising low level WC, wash handbasin, panelled bath and fully tiled shower cubicle.
Separate Cloakroom - With obscure glazed window to the rear aspect, white low level WC.
With glazed window to the side aspect and a range of built‐in storage
With glazed window to the side aspect and feature period fireplace.
With glazed window to the front aspect and door to another bedroom (Bedroom 6)
With glazed window to the front aspect.
Accessed via its own fully glazed door into:
With further glazed window to the front aspect, obscure glazed door to the rear and wall mounted thermostatically controlled heaters. There is also a reception area and hair wash basin.
With sliding door, glazed window to the rear aspect, ceramic tiled floor and a 2‐ piece white suite comprising low level WC and wash handbasin. From the Salon, stairs rise to the first floor nail bar.
With double glazed window to the rear aspect, single glazed window to the front aspect, electric wall mounted ermostatically controlled heaters and a vaulted ceiling. Door off to
With glazed window to the front aspect, laminate flooring and smoke alarm
.All items in the Salon, Nail Bar and Massage Room will not be included in the sale but would be available by separate negotiation if desired.
The property is positioned on the corner of Main Road and Lilley Street. At the front there is a lawned garden with pathway to the front entrance door for Peacock Farm and a second pathway leads to the entrance of the attached beauty salon. The
driveway is accessed off Lilley Street and there is an attached garage. There is a
generous courtyard for parking and a BARN with doorway leading through to a secret garden which is predominantly laid to lawn with fencing to the boundaries.
With sliding doors. Through the garage a doorway leads to a DOWNSTAIRS TOILET and a further doorway leads through to a ROOM where the front of the old bakers oven is positioned
Accessed via the driveway, having two large openings and doorway
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