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5 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Wyck Lane, Wyck, Alton, Hampshire

Guide Price £1,750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Stunning barn conversion in tranquil location
  • Vaulted reception hall
  • Mezzanine sitting room with spectacular views
  • Kitchen, dining room with walk-in larder and doors to terrace
  • Substantial family room with wood burner and door to courtyard
  • Principal bedroom with en suite shower room
  • 4 further bedrooms, one en suite, plus luxury wet room
  • Detached double garage, storage above
  • Separate Rookery Barn with large office space above
  • Fantastic landscaped garden with fabulous views

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

West Barn is a magnificent conversion of a Grade
II listed oak framed barn. There are many period features including the original vaulted oak beams which have been carefully renovated to create an outstanding, unique home.

The current owners have completely remodelled
the property using a great deal of attention to
detail, utilising reclaimed, period materials where
possible. They liaised very closely with Heritage
England to ensure that the renovations were
carried out sympathetically and that they blended
with the local surroundings. The property is now
equipped with many modern features including
underfloor heating, luxury Duravit and Hansgrohe
bathroom fittings, USB points in most rooms, CAT
6 Cabling to all main living areas, hard-wired WiFi,
satellite internet connection and a Bang & Olufsen sound system.

The sleek, bespoke kitchen is in real contrast
to the rest of the more traditional barn but
blends well with exposed beams and Egyptian
limestone flooring. A large family room with
wood burner links seamlessly to the kitchen
area and there is an additional 'snug' on the
spacious landing area above the former stables.
The double height reception hall with solid oak
staircases is a particularly impressive space,
which sets the tone for the quality and style of
the rest of West Barn. Traditional local craftsmen
have created bespoke oak joinery storage
solutions throughout, using reclaimed natural
materials where possible. This is a totally unique,
interior designed barn conversion with breathtaking views.

The property nestles between the privately owned
Neatham Farm Estate and Wyck Place in the
rural hamlet of Wyck, located within the South
Downs National Park. It has neighbouring
properties close by ensuring that although
the location is peaceful and secluded, it is
not isolated, and benefits from immediate
access onto a local network of footpaths and
bridleways which in turn lead into the villages
of East Worldham and Binsted. East Worldham
has a church and public house, Binsted boasts
a church, primary school and public house and
the local village of Holybourne benefits from a
village shop.

The Hampshire town of Alton is nearby and the
charming Georgian market town of Farnham has a good range of High Street and independent shops, cafes and restaurants, with the more extensive facilities of Guildford approximately 12 miles distant. Alton, Bentley and Farnham have mainline stations providing a service to London/Waterloo within the hour.

There is a good choice of state schools in the
area and an excellent range of private schools
too including Edgeborough, St Nicholas',
Frensham Heights, Charterhouse and Lord
Wandsworth College. Other private schools can
be found in Winchester, a little further afield.

A tarmac drive to the side leads to a double detached garage (with storage level above) and parking for several cars. A beautiful cottage garden has been created in the courtyard between
the main barn and former stables, with doors from both sides of the property, making this a peaceful, sheltered spot to sit and relax. A detached Rookery Barn is the perfect place to work from home, with a large office space above complete with bathroom and plumbing for a kitchenette. Downstairs there
is a store room with the potential to create a
spacious gymnasium or games room. The car
port area of the barn is currently used as a log
store. The gardens surrounding have been beautifully landscaped with a beech hedge enclosing the property, perfectly framing the far reaching views towards Upper Froyle and Odiham.

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Added on Rightmove:
20 November 2016

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