A stunning barn conversion in Harwood, Greater Manchester.A stunning barn conversion in Harwood, Greater Manchester.
A stunning barn conversion in Harwood, Greater Manchester. | Rightmove

For sale in Greater Manchester: Extraordinary barn conversion in the countryside near Harwood for £850,000

This barn conversion, dating back to the 1840s, offers a perfect mix of its barn origins and modern living in the Greater Manchester countryside.

Located conveniently between the peace and tranquillity of the Greater Manchester countryside and the convenience of the nearby Harwood town, Raikes Barn offers a unique barn conversion home. The former barn has evolved in several steps over the years, dating back to the 1840s, before being officially revived in 2005 to become the high standard home it is today.

Enter the four bedroom property via the canopy-covered main entrance, where arched windows frame the stunning stained-glass front door. On the ground floor, the features are true to the house’s original barn origins, with high ceilings and exposed beams throughout.

On the lower ground floor is an open kitchen-diner with fully integrated Bosch appliances for the ultimate cooking experience. From here, there is access to a spacious sitting room equipped with a living flame gas fireplace. The floor also has a study and a snug, which really stands out with its Swedish log-burning stove as a centrepiece.

The barn conversion has four large bedrooms, with the master bedroom having an ensuite and a dressing room. On the top floor is a spacious and versatile area that can be used for whatever suits your needs.

Summary

Location: Tottington Road, Harwood, BL2

Price: £850,000

Contact: 01204 952881

For more information, visit Rightmove.

On the lower ground floor is an open kitchen-diner with fully integrated Bosch appliances for the ultimate cooking experience. From here, there is access to a spacious sitting room equipped with a living flame gas fireplace. The floor also has a study and a snug, which really stands out with its Swedish log-burning stove as a centrepiece.

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