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5 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Spernal Lane, Great Alne, Warwickshire

Guide Price £1,000,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Reception hall
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • 3 Reception rooms
  • Playroom/bedroom 5
  • Study, Utility, Cloakroom/boot room
  • Master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite bathroom
  • Guest bedroom with en-suite bathroom
  • 2 further bedrooms, family bathroom
  • Detached Annexe with large open plan kitchen/living/working space, mezzanine bedroom and shower room
  • Garage, stabling, paddock and attractive gardens extending to about 2.35 acres

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

New End Barn is a hidden gem, tucked away in a private and secluded location on the edge of a very popular village. This is really a home with many possibilities, it’s an ideal place for families or even a stunning place to work from home, if desired, from the detached annexe. The outbuildings are perfect for those who love animals or indeed a private place for some hobbies – the possibilities really are wide and varied. It is rare for such a flexible property to come to the market. Some of the highlights of this unique package include:
• The barn itself has an abundance of period features including exposed wall and ceiling timbers and exposed brick work as well as attractive feature fireplaces, some flag stone floors and oak framed windows.
• The accommodation is flexible and with five separate reception rooms on the ground floor, you really can tailor your living requirements to suit, you can readily utilize one of those rooms as an additional bedroom 5, if required. The house itself totals 3,337 sq ft over two storeys with plenty of light throughout.
• The kitchen, at the heart of the home, has been updated in recent years and comprises an oil fired Aga, Bosch dishwasher, American style fridge freezer, induction hob and combination oven, hand crafted wall and floor units with granite work tops.
• On the first floor, accessed from the reception hall with high vaulted ceiling and galleried landing are the bedrooms and bathrooms. The master bedroom suite is a stunning space with a wonderful large dressing room and en-suite bathroom – the views from the bedroom and dressing room look right across the gardens and paddock.
• There are three further bedrooms on this level, one en-suite and with the other two sharing the family bathroom. One very popular addition to the house is the large linen/laundry room, such a practical space on the first floor of any house.
• The detached annexe extends to 861 sq ft, with its own driveway it is suitable for a number of uses, such as, working from home, hobbies and crafts, holiday rentals or just guest accommodation, you decide!
• The stable block is accessed from the main courtyard parking area and comprises 4 stables, if you have no need for them as stables then they make ideal store areas for wood but can equally work well as workshop or for other animals – perhaps a few pigs!
• French doors from the house lead out to the south facing terrace, a perfect space to enjoy a glass or mug of something nice and enjoy your gardens. The kitchen gardens are a particularly lovely feature being close to the house, very productive and well used. The gardens also comprise a range of shrub and trees in borders. The paddock is post and rail fenced with some natural hedging backing onto open fields.
Great Alne
Great Alne is a popular village set amidst some glorious Warwickshire countryside, taking its name from the River Alne which runs around it. The village enjoys a range of period houses and cottages and with it’s recently refurbished Inn; the Mother Huff Cap, a Church, Memorial Hall and primary school there is a strong community. Great Alne is an excellent catchment area for schooling in both the state and private sector. Day to day facilities can also be found in nearby Alcester and for a wider range of shopping, dining and leisure facilities Stratford-upon-Avon is around 5.5 miles away.
Great Alne is in a conservation area and the countryside surrounding has an abundance of charming walks. The village enjoys good road communications with the towns of Alcester, Henley in Arden, Warwick/Leamington Spa, as well as Birmingham City Centre – all easily accessible. Furthermore, there are main line train services to Birmingham and London within easy reach.
Leave Stratford-upon-Avon on the A46 towards Alcester, after approximately 3 miles take a right hand turn towards Billesley and follow the sign posts for Great Alne, on reaching the t-junction in the village and with the Memorial hall opposite, turn left and continue a short distance turning right alongside the Mother Huff Cap Inn into Spernal Lane. Continue along this lane for 1 mile and the property will be found at the top of the hill on the left hand side.
Mains electricity and water are connected, private drainage, oil fired Aga and central heating system.
Strictly by appointment with Victoria Jeffs Estate Agents.
Fixtures and Fittings
All items of fixtures and fittings mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale, all others are specifically excluded.
B49 6JD

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13 July 2011


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