The Old Co Op, Harden Road, Kelbrook BB18

£475,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
This spacious and versatile detached property is located at the bottom of Main Street, next to the quaint Church, in the attractive village of Kelbrook. The residents of Kelbrook are affectionately called Kelbricks!

Constructed in 1907 and trading as a Co-Operative store into the 1960's and then used as a joiners workshop for many years, the current owners purchased the property in 2006 and set about an ambitious renovation and conversion of both the original shop and the substantial 250 year old detached barn at the rear. The work continued over a period of 10 years, and the results are very apparent. The shop layout was redesigned to create superb contemporary living spaces and the barn provides a fantastic master bedroom suite and fabulous lounge-bar opening onto the outside entertaining / alfresco dining area, and both buildings have been linked with a zinc roofed garden room. In our opinion a superbly designed and presented property of exceptional merit.

Ground floor

The generous sized dining-kitchen features multi-fold doors opening onto a canopied sun terrace, with a pleasant outlook across Kelbrook Beck and the village; ideal for a morning coffee and bringing in vast amounts of natural light to this modern family room. Having a high quality Alno kitchen incorporating a comprehensive range of glass fronted units including a large centre island and breakfast bar with granite worktops. Appliances include a dishwasher, Miele 5 ring gas hob with catering style canopy hood, 2 Miele fan ovens and a double under-mounted sink. The dining area will easily accommodate a 12 person dining suite and this room is finished with basalt flooring and modern lighting.

Off from the dining-kitchen, an inner hall provides access to a modern shower room / WC and a staircase leads to the first floor. At the rear of the building a spacious utility room with fitted units and space for appliances, and a home office area which in turn leads into the connecting garden room.

First floor

To the first floor and at the front of the property, a large living room features a contemporary cast iron gas fired stove and has great views over the village onto open countryside from 2 large windows. Ample space here for a couple of sofas and chairs and having French doors onto a small sun balcony to the side of the property. Also featuring exposed roof timbers, glass balustrade to the stairs and high quality lighting.

2 Double bedrooms at this level both have fitted wardrobes and a pleasant outlook onto the Church yard and countryside.

Garden room

A beautiful more recent addition which connects the 2 main building via a zinc roofed single storey garden room with full height glazing to both sides and French doors opening onto the garden / Al fresco dining area. Having stone flagged flooring and providing a further sitting area.

Barn ground floor

A spacious second living room features a bar area with granite surfaces, wide board timber flooring, a wood burning stove and French doors onto the garden/ outside entertaining space. As with the rest of the house, this room is finished to very high standards with an exposed stone walls and high quality lighting.

Barn first floor

To the first floor, a very spacious Master Bedroom suite having a sitting area, ample space for a super-king bed and with a range of bespoke fitted wardrobes including an integrated rowing machine. Further features include no less than 6 velux windows and an exposed king-truss. The En-suite is finished in a contemporary style with fully tiled floor and walls and includes a large spa-bath, fitted mirrors, wash basin, WC and period lighting.

Outside

A long cobbled driveway provides off street parking and leads up to the garden / Al fresco dining area which is laid to astro turf and includes a cracking red brick pizza oven. Having space for a table and chairs and ideally situated outside the bar lounge, so great when entertaining or just a place to sit and relax.

Garage / shed

A substantial block and timber shed provides space for a smaller vehicle to one half, and a large workshop or store area for the remainder and having power outlets and lighting.

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