THIS charming two bedroomed barn conversion within the Bostock Hall Estate is Winsford and Middlewich Property of the Week.

Although small in stature, the thoroughly modernised conversion of the Grade II listed property, has the grandest of locations, sitting within the 14 acres of Bostock Hall Estate.

Inside the property, there is a feel more akin to a boutique hotel, with the modern style being completed to a high standard throughout.

The Barn, believed to date from the 18th century, is constructed of Cheshire Brick, under a slate roof with the benefit of gas central heating and double glazing throughout.

The vendor has carried out an extensive scheme of modernisation whilst introducing a contemporary style yet retaining the original character of the property.

It is being listed by Fisher German LLP and comes with a guide price of £295,000.

Of particular note is the stunning Porcelanosa fitted kitchen, modern shower room and quality sanitaryware in addition to comprehensive re-plumb and rewire throughout.

The front door opens into the hallway where the principle rooms are accessed.

Off the hall is the stunning Kitchen fitted with modern style wall and base units under a German engineered worktop with splashback.

The kitchen is well equipped incorporating Innocenti microwave and oven, glazed wine cooler, slimline dishwasher, washing machine and fridge freezer in addition to pan storage and numerous drawers.

Adjacent is the shower room which has a sink unit with illuminated mirror above, glazed walk in shower, wc and porcelain tiled wall and floor.

Beyond the hall steps lead down to an open plan living and dining area with feature Cheshire brick fireplace with sandstone hearth and mantle housing a new Miflue wood burning stove adjacent to which is a French door leading to the rear garden.

To the first floor there are two double bedrooms with some restricted headroom in one of them, but featuring an ensuite wc with sink unit and sensor night lighting.

To the front of the property is a communal drive and parking area with large single garage ideal for vehicles or indeed storage.

The rear garden is lovely feature of the house being a good size and predominantly laid to lawn with established borders and enclosed walled garden in part.

There is also a large barbecue and sitting area.

The Bostock Hall Estate is set amongst beautifully landscaped gardens, parkland and an ornamental lake in a peaceful rural location.

The Estate appears as early as 1577 on historic plans which has developed over the years with the Grade II listed Georgian Manor House being built in 1771 by Samuel Wyatt to more recently being used as a school.