A unique ARCHITECT DESIGNED BARN CONVERSION offering stylish contemporary accommodation of 6000 Sq. Ft (to include garaging, outbuilding and pump room), set in almost 25 ACRES with uninterrupted 360 degree PANORAMIC VIEWS on the outskirts of one of the Welland Valley's most desirable villages.
Cock Abingdon Farm encompasses three former barns ingeniously converted and interconnected by feature glass panelled corridors creating a cleverly conceived F shape. The property is entered via glass door with full height glazing into a superbly light and spacious reception hall with a double height vaulted ceiling with exposed king post truss. This space offers a seating area with a contemporary log burner, dining area and intelligent lighting system. Underfloor heating runs throughout the ground floor accommodation. Glass panelled stairs rise to a dual aspect games room with far reaching views, cinema projector screen and bar with lighting and refrigeration. Off the reception hall is a WC, utility room, access to the triple garage and stairs. On the first floor a bedroom has a large ensuite, excellent storage and views across open countryside.
The open plan living dining kitchen with Marblewood flooring is a spacious and light room by virtue of two sets of hardwood sliding patio doors to two elevations giving access to the inner courtyard one side and decking area and garden with far reaching views to the other. The Poggenpohl kitchen is centred around a large island with a range of appliances to include three Siemens cookers, Miele dishwasher and coffee machine, two Miele fridge freezers and a Siemens induction hob with extractor over. There is a wall mounted operational panel to the property's internal and external intelligent lighting system.
A comms room houses all domestic controls to include lighting, heating and media systems. The bedroom wing contains three bedrooms, each with ensuites and a study/bedroom five and a separate bathroom.
The property is approached via a long gravelled driveway which gives access to a triple garage with electric doors. There is a central courtyard with decked and patio entertaining areas and a sunken hot tub. Off the kitchen is a decked area and gardens taking best advantage of the rolling countryside views. The gardens and paddocks approach approximately 24.5 acres and includes a hard tennis court and a pond with wooden pontoon.
A particular feature is the former grain silo which has planning permission (17/01884/FUL) for conversion into a unique self-contained ancillary accommodation complete with kitchen, living area, bedroom, ensuite and dressing area. The property also has planning permission granted for the installation of three additional windows in the bathroom and two bedrooms.
Hallaton is a thriving village and community conveniently situated for the market towns at Market Harborough, Oakham and Uppingham, with the regional centre at Leicester to the north. The area is very well served by popular schooling at junior and secondary level both in the state and private sector. Sporting and leisure facilities are well catered for locally with Hallaton and nearby Medbourne. Access to London St. Pancras is available in just under an hour from Market Harborough train station.
Proceed out of Market Harborough in a northerly direction. At the first roundabout take the B6049 heading to Melton Mowbray. Upon entering the village of Tur Langton take a right hand turn signposted to Hallaton. Proceed through the village of Hallaton, past the Bewicke Arms Public House continue on Eastgate into North End and left onto Goadby Road where the property's driveway may be found on the left hand side.
13 Church Street Market Harborough Leicestershire LE16 7AA
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Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm