Ickleton Barn is a substantial Grade II Listed conversion close to the centre of the village, yet tucked away at the end of a lane within private, walled and fenced gardens which provide a high degree of privacy and seclusion. With rendered and weather-boarded elevations beneath a slate roof, the barn retains many exposed timbers internally and has spacious, versatile accommodation over two floors. Noteworthy features include underfloor heating to the ground floor, stone flooring, impressive central oak staircase, part-galleried landing, mezzanine area, double glazed windows and garaging.
The main entrance to the barn is via a wide, glazed door flanked by glazed panels. The reception hall is an impressive, vaulted space with a central staircase to a galleried landing, walk-in cloakroom, separate WC and glazed double doors to the dining/snug and drawing rooms. The latter is to the left of the hall with a dual aspect, a large brick Inglenook style fireplace with bressumer and niches, a window seat, exposed timbers and internal windows and glazed doors to the adjoining sitting/family room. This is a light and spacious triple aspect room with wooden flooring and French doors to the terrace and garden.
The dining room (or snug), to the right of the hall has a front aspect with internal glazed panels and door to the inner hall and study opposite. The kitchen/dining room is a spectacular room with an impressive vaulted ceiling with front aspect full height windows overlooking the gardens and stable door entrance. There is a stone floor, many exposed timbers and a Juliet balcony/study area in one corner with the boiler room beneath. The kitchen is fitted with a superb range of painted base and eye level cabinets, extensive granite worktops, a double butler sink and separate round preparation sink with mixer taps. Appliances include a 4 oven gas fired Aga, a Smeg 6 burner gas cooking range, microwave oven, built-in coffee machine, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and wine fridge. The adjoining utility room is fitted with further units and space for a concealed washing machine and tumble dryer.
The staircase branches to the first floor and galleried landing to the left is a suite of bedroom and en suite shower/bathroom and access to the Juliette balcony/study area overlooking the kitchen and storage access. There is a second bedroom suite with shower and two walk-in wardrobes and three further bedrooms one of which is fitted with wardrobes and used as a dressing room at present.
The gardens are principally laid to lawn with a variety of mature and newly planted shrubs, terracing and pathways. The boundaries are of brick/flint walls and fencing which provide a high degree of privacy and seclusion. The overall plot size is approximately 0.28 of an acre, subject to survey.
The property is approached via a gravelled driveway to a parking area and a detached triple bay garage block with two sets of timber doors and a central open bay car port. Of brick, flint and weather boarded elevations under a tiled roof, there is access from the rear of the central section to the garden.View payable Stamp Duty for this property