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Clend Barn, Dale Head, Slaidburn, BB7 4TS

4 BED 4 BATH £1,150,000

Clend Barn, Dale Head, Slaidburn, BB7 4TS

£1,150,000
  • Ref: 1000_RS0768
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Summary

Looking to retreat to tranquillity? Then look no further than the immaculately finished four-bedroom family home of Clend Barn, situated in the Forest of Bowland, an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Full Details

Home:
- Beautifully converted detached barn
- 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and 3 reception rooms
- Lots of space generated throughout by the open plan design
- Large social kitchen which flows into the sunroom which opens onto the terrace
- Lots of heritage woven throughout and is sympathetic to the natural location
- Polypipe Underfloor heating throughout
- Freehold
- The most idyllic spot where you can walk out of any door and be rolling countryside or straight into Gisburn Forest

Services:
- Mains electricity
- Mains water
- Domestic sewage treatment system
- Council tax band 'G'
- B4RN high speed internet
- 4G mobile coverage

Garden, Grounds and Location:
- ½ an acre garden
- Patio area
- Private lane
- Parking for 5 cars
- Planning permission for a double garage
- Quiet, Peaceful and calming living in such a stunning spot
- Plenty of wildlife to watch, from deer in the field to owls, swifts, curlews and sheep!

This renovated and extended 18th Century barn was converted a mere two years ago and offers the most incredible countryside escape only 20 minutes from the amenities in the beautiful towns of Settle and Ingleton and has been lovingly and carefully made into a contemporary family home.

The exposed brickwork of the original barn stands proudly in the surrounding landscape whilst the glazing reflects the fields and woodlands creating a natural flow between house, garden and rolling countryside. Clend Barn is a haven not just for you but for the fantastic wildlife that come and go with the seasons; be visited by the resident owl, wake up to the songs of the Curlews and come home to be greeted by the neighbouring cows.

Calming and tranquil from the off, take the private country lane, flanked by fields and woodland down to the home and park in the driveway, where there is plenty of space for five cars. Spot the area that has planning in place for a detached double garage.

Enter the home through the front door and into the most useful porch where guests can hang up coats and doff their boots before refreshing themselves in the separate downstairs WC. An adjacent room, lovingly known as the control room, houses all the essentials that are needed to run the underfloor heating found throughout the downstairs, individual room temperatures, BARN wifi and other modern conveniences.

Step into the homely and family friendly kitchen where a central island permits children to complete homework, guests to perch and cooks to prepare sumptuous feasts. Navy cabinetry enables china, pots and pans and food to be stored away next to in-built appliances comprising fridge, freezer, dishwasher with space for a large focal rangemaster with double oven and six-ring induction hob.

Deep navy cabinets continue into the utility room providing even more storage options in addition to a second space to put boots and coats. A door here allows for easy access to the side of the home where clothes can be dried on the line in privacy away from the main throughfare of the house.

Flagstone flooring continues from these two rooms into the most incredible sunroom split into a cosy snug to one side and a large dining table to the other. The sun beams in through a wall of glazed sliding doors, that not only allow for incredible uninterrupted views of the countryside and its seasonal changes but also connects the living space to the paved terrace. A room truly for all seasons. Entertaining will be effortless as guests can freely move from space to space, and hosts will easily be able to fill up glasses and tables with endless refreshments and libations.

Doorways from both kitchen and sunroom lead into an open-plan formal dining area and lounge again a lovely spot for parties. This large expanse is naturally divided to form two separate sections, yet the flooring and neutral décor form a cohesivity between the two and a central double height opening takes your eye up to the traditional beams and the stunning glazed Juliette balcony landing of the first floor. The warmth of the hardwood flooring is highlighted by the rays of sunlight that enter the space from every angle. Spot the wall sconces formed from old pig troughs found in the barn.

Take the steps down towards the glazed wall to discover two multifunctional rooms currently used as an office and a games room. These separate spaces work really well with the open-plan layout creating spaces that can be closed off when untidy and forgotten about.

Make your way back through the living room and ascend the plush neutral carpets of the staircase to the bedrooms.

Retreat to the master suite found to the right off the landing. This principal bedroom has everything you need with a separate area with built-in wardrobes and the most luxurious bathroom adorned in the natural browns and wooden tones of the barn and landscape. Fill the freestanding tub and soak your aching limbs after a hard day. The bathroom also boasts a large shower, vanity unit, heated towel rail and WC and an additional dressing room - a real haven to escape to.

This floor has a further three bedrooms all an excellent size with plenty of space for furniture, a chest of drawers and a double bed. Each space feels homely, peaceful and quirky with windows and skylights utilised to allow for as much natural light as possible. Each room has a contemporary en-suite - two with baths and one with a walk-in shower again maximising the space to its full potential.

It doesn't stop there as Clend Barn also has an abundance of storage spots with two of the bedrooms having small doors into fully boarded loft spaces complete with lighting.

What Clend Barn does efficiently is use every bit of space well, ensuring that this tranquil home works for modern living but never takes away from its more humble beginnings and of course waking up to the views and serenity is just something else!

Gardens and grounds
The home is not only enveloped in nature but also a low-maintenance garden that seems to flow as one into the fields creating the sense of space and openness. The tranquility of the gardens is clear with a lush green lawn that wraps around giving space for children and pets to roam, laundry to be hung up and games to be played.

A paved patio that traverses the home keeps feet and boots clean and a shed to the right of the home provides an ideal spot to store gardening and outdoor equipment away from the hustle and bustle of the home.

The sliding doors from the living room open up onto a large paved terrace extending the home and crafting a lovely entertaining area where alfresco dining and BBQs can be enjoyed.

Private and serene, the uninterrupted views from all aspects of the home and garden mean that you can really be at one with nature. Spend late nights stargazing, early mornings watching the deer stroll through the land or go for a walk yourself in Gisburn Forest - quite literally on your doorstep!

Clend Barn really is an opportunity not to missed. Family life will be effortless here, with easy access to good schools, activities and shops and a place to truly relax at the end of the day. Simply unpack and begin your dream English countryside life.

** For more photos and information, download the brochure on desktop. For your own hard copy brochure, or to book a viewing please call the team **


Council Tax Band: G
Tenure: Freehold
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