The property is situated in part of the original parkland of Moggerhanger House. The 18th Century barn has been carefully restored and designed by an award winning architect with the help of a specialist building conservationist and it retains extensive original features with the benefit of modern facilities including underfloor heating, kitchen extension and a first floor south west facing roof terrace. The property has been utilised for private residential and private equestrian use by the vendors, and there is a lovely stable yard with adjoining paddocks and mature gardens and grounds with pond. We understand there is also good outriding on nearby country lanes giving access to a network of bridleways in the area.
The village of Moggerhanger has a public house and small shop as well as a village church and primary school. Both Sandy and Biggleswade have supermarkets, shops and railway stations with links to London and there are many village primary schools nearby as well as secondary schooling. The property is also readily accessible to the A1 giving excellent north / south communications.
Price Guide £1,195,000 Under OfferRef: JN5912
There is the following accommodation with approx. room sizes:
Entrance Hall glazed door and side panel, travertine flooring
Utility / Boot Room 10’2 x 8’ (about 3m x 2.4m) (max) window to front, stainless steel sink with mixer tap, grey porcelain worksurfaces, wall cabinets, plumbing for washing machine, space for dryer
Cloakroom with low level WC, Victorian corner sink unit, wall tiling
Kitchen 13’11 x 13’3 (about 4.2m x 4m) trifold doors opening onto Patio Area c. 17’3 x 13’7 (about 5.2m x 4.1m) the kitchen is fitted with a range of pale oak wall and base units including larder cabinet and double basket cabinet, bespoke worksurfaces, drainer and stainless steel insert, butler sink with mixer tap, six ring Range style gas cooker, electric double and single ovens, stainless steel extractor, dishwasher, travertine flooring
Inner Hall exposed brick plinths and beams etc., terracotta tiling with underfloor heating, opening to dining area and door to:
Study 10’2 x 8’ (about 3m x 2.4m) exposed wall timbers with lime plaster and brick infill, window overlooking courtyard entrance
Dining Area 17’4 x 14’ (about 5.2m x 4.3m) window, double glazed doors with oak seals looking over pond, garden and paddock, superb brick and beam walling and lime plastered walls with original beams, terracotta flooring with underfloor heating
East Hall Area window looking over pond and paddock, beautiful period oak door with studs, understairs cupboard with underfloor heating controls, shelving and storage area including hanging for coats etc.
Living Room 23’4 x 14’10 (about 7.1m x 4.5m) two windows, glazed door to garden and stables and further glazed door to patio area, superb exposed walling, terracotta flooring with underfloor heating
West Hall stunning original lime plaster walls and beams, stairs to:
Landing conservation roof light, oak doors to:
Main Bedroom 23’5 x 15’11 (about7.1m x 4.8m) triangular window set high in apex, two windows with views to paddocks and open countryside, superb high ceiling, exposed beams and lime plastering, built-in wardrobes, two radiators
En Suite comprising shower cubicle with drench head shower, WC, bowl shaped wash hand basin with tap over, vanity unit tops, marble floor tiling, radiator
Family Bathroom window overlooking roof terrace, Victorian style sink, Victorian claw foot bath with central mixer tap, matching high level WC, Victorian style radiator
Bedroom 15’2 x 10’9 (about 4.6m x 3.3m) window, high sloping ceiling, radiator, exposed beams, door to:
Roof Terrace 24’7 x 13’4 (about 7.5m x 4m) with timber decking and gravelled area, sedum roofing, timber screening and flower boxes to front
Bedroom 15’ x 12’ (about 4.6m x 3.6m) window with view over grounds and pond, high ceiling and beams, built-in wardrobes, radiator
Bedroom (lower level) 11’7 x 7’7 (about 3.5m x 2.3m) window with views to grounds, exposed beams, built-in double wardrobe, radiator, ladder style stairs leading to:
Upper Attic Area 14’6 x 11’4 > 9’8 (about 4.4m x 3.4m > 2.9m) with high level apex window, further window, beams and timber balustrade,
The accommodation extends to approx. 2,770 sq.ft.
Price Guide £1,195,000Under OfferRef: JN5912
The Land adjoins and comprises three fairly level paddock areas drilled with grasses and herbs. The paddocks are generally enclosed by post and rail fencing with electric rope along the top rail and a recently installed mains unit situated near the stables. There are also hedges along the external boundaries.
We understand there is also planning permission for a manege in the paddock opposite the stable yard.
We understand there is an uplift clause on the land in respect of future development in favour of Bedfordshire Council who were the previous owners of the property.
IN ALL APPROX. 2.5 ACRES
Price Guide £1,195,000Under OfferRef: JN5912
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