Brimming with character and charm, this three-bedroom residence is part of the picture perfect, Euxton Hall Mews, a Grade II listed stone barn which has been beautifully converted to form several characterful properties. The elegantly presented accommodation is set over three floors and briefly includes spacious lounge, breakfast kitchen, bathroom and en suite shower room. Located on a peaceful, landscaped cul de sac, there are both private and communal gardens plus an allocated private parking space.
A solid timber door with an etched and leaded glass insert opens into this elegantly presented mews house. The attractive lounge is decorated in muted shades with an exposed brick stanchion, adding even more character to the already distinctive building, and a timber window overlooks the private front garden. Recessed down-lights and wall lighting illuminate during the evenings and the focal point of the room is the brick-edged hole in the wall ingle surrounding the gas coals stove and having a stone hearth and below and mantle over. Two traditional style radiators are on hand to supplement the warmth on chillier evenings and the television point is located alongside. Painted, panelled doors with cracked-glaze handles open to each of the rooms throughout and this includes the under-stairs storage cupboard which provides an ideal home for household goods.
The breakfast kitchen has a further array of exposed brick detailing and a ceramic tiled floor with a pebble inlay forming the backdrop to the Shaker style, ivory shaded hand-painted cabinets with hammered pewter furniture and earth toned tiling between levels. Black granite worktops surround and incorporate an etched drainer to the side of the inset Villeroy & Boch design enamel sink unit with swan neck mixer tap and set beneath the stone-sill rear window. Cooking facilities are provided by the Rangemaster five-burner range cooker in a brick-built ingle with beam above and integrated appliances include an automatic dishwasher, washing machine, fridge freezer and microwave oven. The island breakfast bar sits alongside the decoratively covered radiator, a staircase with spindle balustrade rises to the first floor and a stable-style door gives way to the rear. A cupboard houses the gas central heating boiler and a further one houses the energy meters.
The first-floor landing with large, exposed ceiling beam has a walk-in linen storage cupboard, traditional style radiator and a pendant light.
The master bedroom has a double-glazed window to the rear with a deep, stone sill and a brick-edge display niche is positioned to the side. An oak beam spans the vaulted ceiling which is inset with spotlights, a traditional style radiator provides warmth and there is ample space for clothes storage furniture.
The bathroom has grey wood effect laminate flooring with coordinates perfectly with the earth coloured wall panelling which showcases the contemporary style, three-piece white suite comprising “P” bath with sprinkler shower and glazed screen over, a white high-gloss vanity set wash hand basin with monobloc tap and low flush w.c., whilst a chrome ladder style heated rail is on hand to warm the towels.
The second double bedroom on this floor has a deep brick-sill window to the front with a King Truss beam spanning the room, and also has ample space for furniture, an eaves storage cupboard and is warmed by a traditional style radiator.
The further spindle staircase rises and turns to the second-floor landing with pendant light and a loft access point.
The third and single bedroom has a Velux window. There is space for storage furniture, a pendant light and a radiator. The King Truss beam on display here continues through to the adjoining en suite which is strategically tiled in natural shades to the splash areas of the three-piece white suite comprising a glazed cubicle with concertina door and Mira Galena power shower, a pedestal wash basin with monobloc tap, and a low flush w.c. For added convenience, there is a ceiling light, a radiator and an eaves storage cupboard.
The front garden is enclosed by a low-level front hedge with inset picket gate opening to York stone slabs cutting a pathway through to the secluded sun terrace seating area. To one side of the path is a half-moon lawn with slate chipped corner border for container planting and a specimen tree whilst high laurel and conifer hedge borders run to either side of the garden. Outside the kitchen door, a York stone patio offers space for a bistro table and chairs and a pathway meanders through to the communal lawn gardens.
From the front, the roadway takes you around to the allocated single parking space and there are three designated visitor parking spaces available. A wrought iron gate opens to the York stone path and leads to the communal lawn garden at the rear of the mews. Behind this area, the former stable block has been renovated and divided to provide individual storage units for each property and offers power and light, ideal space for garden furniture, additional white goods, useful storage shelves and a tool store. Amongst these units there is also a communal wheelie bin store.