A unique, spacious and beautifully designed, newly built house, converted from agricultural barns. Perfectly positioned with fabulous views of the Burton Dassett Hills and open countryside.
Situated in a peaceful countryside setting, this remarkable house has been beautifully converted from an old farm’s cow shed and covers two floors, one of which is partially subterranean. Boasting attractive oak trusses and sections of exposed Hornton stone, the ground floor’s hall leads into an open-plan, beautifully fitted kitchen which, in turn, has space for a dining area. Leading from the kitchen there is a pretty sitting room with a wood burning stove. All these rooms enjoy bundles of natural light and garden access, provided by large folding/sliding doors along the whole of the rear of the house. The master bedroom with a superbly designed en suite shower room also looks over the terrace. All the ground floor rooms have access to the large south/west facing terrace with views over the hills beyond.
The lower ground floor is built into excavated ground beneath and behind the original farm
building. The layout wraps around a sunken, sun-trap courtyard which allows plenty of light
to flood the floor. As well as hosting a useful kitchenette area, there are three more bedrooms on this floor, each with en suite facilities and one with a small, storage room. Finally, a spacious sitting room which benefits from three conveniently located skylights looks out on to the courtyard.
Once part of a working farm the house is surrounded by photogenic terrain including woods, patchwork fields, and rolling hills. In front lies a good-sized garden surrounded by herbaceous borders, beyond which, a wide, looping driveway offers parking space for multiple vehicles. There is current planning permission for a three bay garage with home office above. The roof of the submerged, lower ground floor doubles as a patio with space for entertaining.
- 18 by 25 metre turnout / menage with new Pro-Ride surface - enabling exercise and turnout, all year round.
- Two stables with rubber matting and automatic water drinkers
- Undercover hot water wash down and tie up area
- Insulated tack room and hard standing for trailer parking
- Block built muck storage
- Direct access on to a bridleway leading to the Burton Dassett Country Park.
- Approx two acres of grazing land, which with the winter turnout paddock, is sufficient to provide grazing and to cut hay for two horses.
Planning: Prospective purchasers are advised that they must make their own enquiries of Stratford Upon Avon Council.
Property Features Include: Ranch
Approximate Square Meters :
Lot Acres: 3