- Property type: Barn Conversion
* Well Proportioned Living Room with Log Burner
* Utility Room
* Principal Bathroom and Two En-Suite Shower Rooms
* Parking for Several Cars
* Beautifully Exposed Timbers Throughout
* Walled garden to rear
- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 1 Reception Room
Heightington is a much sought after rural village enjoying fine far reaching views over the glorious surrounding countryside from its elevated position approximately 5 miles south west of Bewdley and 3.5 miles west of Stourport.
Trewyn Barn was converted from one of the former agricultural buildings originally falling within the curtilage of the nearby Grade II listed property known as The Wadhouse. Unusually for a development of this type, Trewyn Barn enjoys a good degree of privacy from its neighbours, not least by virtue of the lengthy private access drive which extends for approximately 80 yards leading only to Trewyn Barn. (The neighbouring land owner has a right of access over the first part of the drive in order to access the adjacent field).
The property is arranged in an L-shaped configuration built partly over two storeys plus a single storey wing occupied by the splendid open plan SieMatic kitchen/ dining area and utility room. Mains water and electricity are both connected. Central heating is LPG fired. Drainage is to a septic tank. All windows and doors are double glazed units set in wooden frames.
The interior accommodation is well lit with several pairs of glazed double doors to the ground floor, whilst the first floor areas feature high pitched and timbered ceilings with the exposed timber framework of the original building clearly evident.
The layout is both flexible and versatile in nature, having two large double bedrooms to the first floor each with own en-suite shower room facilities. The slightly larger bedroom has a gable end window from which the views over surrounding countryside can be properly appreciated. The corner en-suite facilities include a cubicle with mixer shower and vanity unit with contemporary in-set hand basin and low level wc, all complemented by tile effect flooring.
The second double bedroom is arranged on a split level with the bedroom area having a built-in double wardrobe closet whilst the large en-suite shower room features contemporary wall tiling, exposed timber frame work, low level wc, wall-hung hand basin with underdrawer plus cubicle with rainfall mixer shower plus hand attachment. A further door off the landing opens to a narrow but nonetheless useful walk-in boxroom/ storage area.
The ground floor layout includes two further bedrooms plus the principal family bathroom which features an ornate leaded light arched window mosaic tiled feature wall, wooden floor and suite including paneled bath, pedestal hand basin and low level wc.
The large square living room serves as the hub of the home featuring a corner log burning stove, glazed double doors out to the side of the house and further glazed door to the rear garden plus split stable-type main entrance door.
Just off the living room is the most impressive open plan SieMatic kitchen/dining room measuring over 32ft in length with an extensive range of windows looking over the rear garden and benefiting from a bespoke range of contemporary wall and base cabinets fitted in 2016, complemented by a range of appliances to include integrated fridge, freezer and dishwasher plus stainless steel Falcon Range cooker including electric oven and five ring gas hob.
A pair of glazed double doors give access from the kitchen out to the front forecourt, at the same time enjoying the outlook towards adjacent fields. At the end of the kitchen a further doorway leads through to the useful utility room with an extensive range of wooden work surfaces including Belfast sink and space and plumbing for automatic washing machine.
The natural 'L' shaped configuration of the building neatly encloses the private walled rear garden with paved pathway and patio area, level lawn with gravelled relief and an excellent nearly-new timber summerhouse with double glazed windows and double doors.
To the front of the property is a generous gravelled forecourt with parking for several cars and neatly laid out south facing gardens with level lawns and a patio terrace looking across to the adjacent pasture. There are a couple of well established trees including a young copper beech plus vegetable plot and bin storage area.
The owners have just acquired a narrow strip of land within the adjacent field bordering their existing driveway and foregarden, allowing this to be extended out by a few feet as marked by the new post and rail fencing. The owners of The Wadhouse house retain a right of access over this narrow strip to service their septic tank which is located in the field.
Trewyn Barn is a delightful character country property which enjoys a good degree of privacy without being isolated. The location is also accessible for commuters to the West Midlands conurbation wishing to 'escape to the country'. Viewing is highly recommended.
|Living Room||15' 4" x 14' 2" (4.67m x 4.32m)|
|Kitchen/Dining Room||32' 3" x 9' 0" (9.83m x 2.74m)|
|Inner Hall||15' 8" x 6' 2" max (4.78m x 1.88m max)|
|Utility Room||10' 4" max x 6' 1" (3.15m max x 1.85m)|
|Bedroom Three||14' 4" x 6' 3" (4.37m x 1.91m)|
|Bedroom Four||9' 5" x 7' 3" (2.87m x 2.21m)|
|Principal Bathroom||8' 0" x 5' 7" (2.44m x 1.70m)|
|Bedroom One||15' 9" x 15' 5" max (4.80m x 4.70m max)|
|En-Suite One||5' 11" x 4' 10" (1.80m x 1.47m)|
|Bedroom Two||15' 1" x 14' 11" max/12'5" min (4.60m x 4.55m max/12'5" min)|
|En-Suite Two||8' 9" x 7' 3" (2.67m x 2.21m)|
|Box Room||7' 0" x 2' 0" (2.13m x 0.61m)|
|Landing Area||8' 8" x 8' 4" max (2.64m x 2.54m max)|
|Summer House||9' 6" x 7' 7" (2.90m x 2.31m)|
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[Information correct as of Nov 23, 2017]