Price £1,250 pcm - Available 15/07/2019 - Unfurnished

A large Grade II listed stone built barn conversion situated towards the northern perimeter of Newton village providing generous accommodation with much character as well as walled gardens and views.

Reception Hall Cloakroom/WC Drawing Room Day Kitchen Study/Dining Room Utility Room Large Master Suite 3 Further Bedrooms Bathroom/WC Gardens to 3 sides Courtyard Double Garage

With part tiled and wood floor, exposed stonework to south wall, beams, double glass panelled doors into drawing room, return stairs with exposed stair furniture to north wall inclusive of good storage area behind. Built-in ceiling downlighters and wall light point.

Matching timber floor with heating, splash tile work and hand basin.

With slate tiled floor, plumbing for washing machine and vented for dryer.

15`6 x 27` (4.73m x 8.24m). South facing through a set of three stone arches with timbered floor to ceiling windows, the central one having French doors out onto large gravelled south facing courtyard. There is also a tall window to the north with deep sill, wall light points, timbered ceiling and traditional inglenook fireplace to east wall with dressed stone mantel and raised hearth. There are well placed power points, including TV and telephone sockets.

21`7 x 15`4 (6.59m x 4.68m). Through pine panelled door with west facing windows, access to courtyard, timbered ceiling, built-in downlighters, exit to west facing gardens and a fully slate tiled floor. There is a separate eating area and a traditionally fitted preparation area which includes antique style cabinetry, including cabinets, glass display cupboards, a variety of drawers, plate racks with bevelled canopy above, central fitted preparation block, granite and beech work surfaces, sunken Belfast sink with period style mixer taps, fitted Bosch dishwasher, and traditional floor to ceiling brick chimney breast with oil fired Rayburn.

10` x 15`7 (3.05m x 4.75m). Facing east and west, fitted downlighters, wall light points, ceiling beams and exposed stonework.

28` x 15`6 inclusive (8.54m x 4.73m). A fine room with exposed ‘A` frames, fitted hand built ‘his and hers` wardrobes to north wall with glass doors, an additional storage unit adjacent to the en-suite, fitted wall light point and views to both south and north.

Fitted with a classical Heritage white suite with complementary tile work, roll top bath with exposed ball and claw feet and combination tap; pedestal hand basin, brass heated towel rail, WC, heating, and exposed timber ‘A` frames.

15`8 x 9`10 (4.78m x 3.00m). Facing west and north including additional west facing skylight and airing cupboard off. Loft hatch.

9`5 x 9` (2.87m x 2.74m). A Heritage suite with matching tile work, including wood panelled bath with electric shower and combination tap together with splash guard over, pedestal hand basin, WC, brass heated towel rail, and exposed ‘A` frames.

12` x 8`6 (3.66m x 2.59m). West facing with low-level window and traditional skylight. Exposed ‘A` frames.

14`5 x 15`6 (4.40m x 4.73m). This has east and west facing windows and a set of built-in wardrobes.

The majority of the gardens and site lie to the west and north, with a delightful south facing walled sun terrace which immediately lies adjacent to drawing room and kitchen access points.

There are additional car parking areas immediately adjacent and in front of the stone double garaging with individual double doors, and a walled and sunny garden which is mainly laid out to lawn and terracing with gravel immediate adjacent to the south and north elevations.

Council Tax Band G.

A holding fee of 1 weeks rent is required to secure the property.
A damage deposit of 5 weeks rent is payable upon commencement of the lease, to be held by the Tenancy Deposit Scheme.
The rent will be paid monthly in advance.
The tenant will be required to meet all outgoings including Council Tax.

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The following are permitted payments which we may request from you:

a) The rent
b) A refundable tenancy deposit (reserved for any damages or defaults on the part of the tenant) capped at no more than five weeks` rent where the annual rent is less than £50,000, or six weeks` rent where the total annual rent is £50,000 or above
c) A refundable holding deposit (to reserve a property) capped at no more than one week`s rent
d) Payments to change the tenancy when requested by the tenant, capped at £50, or reasonable costs incurred if higher
e) Payments associated with early termination of the tenancy, when requested by the tenant
f) Payments in respect of utilities, communication services, TV licence and council tax; and
g) A default fee for late payment of rent and replacement of a lost key/security device, where required under a tenancy agreement

Please call us if you wish to discuss this further.