A charming stone built barn conversion providing well proportioned and carefully maintained family accommodation together with a lovely enclosed south facing garden in a discreet position on the northern fringe of this popular and sought after village.
An internal inspection is essential to fully appreciate this stunning barn conversion which successfully combines many period features with a high standard of modern appointment. Kirk Deighton itself is a highly regarded conservation village with a main street of predominately period properties surrounded by open green belt countryside. The market town of Wetherby is only 1 mile to the south offering a wide range of shops, schools and recreational facilities and the A1 motorway is close by for access to principal Yorkshire commercial centres and travel further afield.
The ground floor is approached through a new panelled and glazed front door into an entrance vestibule with quarry tile floor, and glazed inner door opening through to a central reception hall. Off the hall is a cloakroom and W/C and there are stripped pine doors to all rooms. The well-proportioned drawing room has four sash windows overlooking the front garden and feature Minster stone fireplace with open grate.
There is a second sitting room with a modern wood burning stove with marble surround, full width range of fitted book shelving and oak flooring. Two oak and glazed doors with bevelled glass open through into a stunning open plan family dining kitchen with a comprehensive range of pine units by Jeremy Wood of Wetherby complimented by granite preparation surfaces and integrates appliance comprising stoves four ring gas hob, concealed cooker hood, double oven and grill, twin Belfast sink and slate floor to the preparation area. The oak flooring continues through from the sitting room throughout the dining area and there is a full width vaulted ceiling with large electrically operated Velux roof lights and exposed beams, butchers block and stable type door opening into the rear garden.
The first floor accommodation is approached off a central split level galleried landing with a range of fitted pine linen/storage cupboards. The principal bedroom is of generous proportions with sash windows to the front, a good range of full height fitted wardrobes, exposed ceiling beam and lovely en suite bathroom with enclosed bath, corner shower, vanity unit with wash hand basin and W/C, exposed beam and Velux roof light. The second/guest bedroom is a beautiful room with feature vaulted and beamed ceiling with exposed truss, windows on two sides overlooking the rear garden and countryside beyond. The en suite shower room has a corner cubicle and there are twin vanity wash hand basins each with mirror back and storage cupboards below. Bedroom three is also a good sized twin room with fitted wardrobes, windows on two sides overlooking the front garden and the fourth bedroom is in two sections with exposed truss, Velux roof lights and fitted study area with full width computer desk and shelving. The house bathroom has a three piece white suite with shower over the bath, marble tiling and cylinder cupboard. There is also an extensive boarded loft with electric light installed and accessed via a folding ladder from the landing.
Outside, the property is approached down a sweeping gravelled driveway opening out into a large gravelled forecourt providing parking for numerous vehicles and bounded by low stone walls and delightful well stocked deep flower beds with a wealth of flowering shrubs and mature trees. The front of the property also features a mature Virginia creeper and a gated archway which leads through to the rear of the property with additional parking and a detached double garage with automatic up and over door. A feature of Rosengarth is the delightful enclosed rear garden facing virtually due south with attractive private stone block paved circular sun terrace with covered seating area and pergola, water feature, second circular patio, shaped lawn and extensively stocked flower borders.