High Street, Castle Donington, Derbyshire, DE74

For Sale - Freehold - £895,000

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4 Bedrooms, 4 Receptions, 4 Bathrooms, Barn Conversion, Freehold

Towns and Crawford are very pleased to offer this spectacular four double bedroom family home built for contemporary living to the highest standard and set in this most desirable location on a mount overlooking Castle Donington village.

Take a winding stone road from the main High Street running through the village to an outstanding private court yard with large turning circle with fountain to find three twelve-year-old architecturally designed and built barns.

Number 94 High Street has fabulous open plan living split into four distinct zones, entering by the solid oak extra wide front door into a stunning entrance hall with feature glass and wood staircase leading you to the first floor and a door accessing the rear courtyard. At the top of the stairs is a glass walkway bridge connecting the barn style first floor living accommodation.

From the superb entrance hallway and to your right is a kitchen for any chef to be proud of, including a large Neff induction hob with extraction over set in a central island, this island has masses of storage, including pan drawers, recycling drawers, wine chiller, integrated dish washer, and pop up sockets all under its Silestone worktop that has an adjoined solid oak casual sitting area for bar stools.

There are Neff double ovens with warming drawers, microwave, coffee machine, two larder integrated fridges and two larder integrated freezers, a pull-out full height pantry, and a Zip tap. A tall double cupboard has the discreet fitting of washing machine and tumble dryer.

Attention to detail can be found in all areas of this outstanding home, and includes Acoustic glass in all the hardwood double glazed windows and doors, wet underfloor heating split into four zones all with touch panel controls, security alarm with up and downstairs bedtime modes, zoned ceiling speakers, CCTV, phone intercom system, various floor lights and dimmable mood lighting and a one master key fits all doors system.

The kitchen flows seamlessly into a relaxing sitting area and then steps down to the current formal dining area. Flooring from the hallway through the kitchen and formal dining area is a large porcelain warm grey tiling. There are plenty of windows to take in the surrounding views and let in plenty of natural light, off the dining area is an external door taking you into a black steel and glass green house with power sockets and a reclaimed brick flooring for all year-round herb and potting horticultural pleasure.

Moving back through the hall to the grand and imposing family lounge that has oak flooring full height picture windows offering spectacular views, a fully rotating wood burning stove, exposed brick feature walls.

On the first floor the master bedroom is a true 'masterpiece' and really must be seen to appreciate its size and offering, a perfectly fitted out dressing room off, exposed brick feature walls and is partially open plan to the master bedroom full size en-suite bathroom, this offers a double walk in shower and his and her sinks. The master bedroom features an indulgent bath. This room takes advantage of the built in zoned interconnected TV and speaker system.

The first of three more double bedrooms is next door again having feature exposed brick walls and a window to the rear elevation that overlooks open green fields.
Crossing the glass walkway, you find a landing study area that has enough room to combine a comfy private sitting area.
There are then two further double bedrooms off the main corridor that have full height windows. The current owner has utilised this space as one very large room but it would be an easy option to put back the internal wall.

Outside there are front, side and rear garden areas. Entering the courtyard from the main road is a large turning circle taking you around a feature fountain, plenty of private parking for each of the three barns. The front of number 94 has a generous lawned area with mature shrubs and planting and an oscillating sprinkler system, outside taps to front and rear, and external sockets front and rear.

To the left of the barn is a parcel of land that could be utilised in many different ways; if for instance you desired to extend this family home. There are several flagstone patio areas to catch the travelling sun and plenty of outside lighting around the patio areas and along the feature sleepers on the steps. There is side and rear security floodlighting controlled from the master bedroom.

Works are currently being carried out on the drive for improve comfort and include adding cobbles, gravel and tarmacking and works to the entrance edging.

Room Sizes
Kitchen/Dining Area 14 x 5.1m2 (46ft x 16.7)
Hall Zone 6x5.1m2 (19.6ft x 16.7)
Lounge 9x 5.1m2 (29.5ft x 16.7)
Master Bedroom and En-suite 10.5 x 5.1m2 (34.5ft x 16.7)
Dressing Room 3 x 2.3m2 (9.9ft x 7.6)
Bedroom 2 3.5 x 2.8m2 (11.5ft x 9.2)
Bedroom 3/4 Currently Combined 5.7 x 3.6m2 (18.7ft x 11.9)
Family Bathroom 2.8 x 2.7m2 (9ft x 8.9)

Any building works would be subject to gaining the necessary permissions


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Floor Plan 1
Branch Address
48 Main Street
Breaston
Derbyshire
DE72 3DX
Contact
A: Towns & Crawford
T: 01332 873875
E: info@townsandcrawford.co.uk
Reference: TOCR_001863
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