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3 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Barcheston, Shipston on Stour

Guide Price £399,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Entrance Lobby & Fitted Cloakroom
  • Dining Hall
  • Sitting Room
  • Kitchen Opening To Breakfast Room
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Bathroom & En-Suite
  • Charming Landscaped Garden
  • Garage & Parking

Full description

A delightfully situated, character period three bedroom barn conversion forming part of an exclusive small courtyard development adjoining attractive open countryside yet lying close to Shipston on Stour.


A delightfully situated, character period three bedroom barn conversion forming part of an exclusive small courtyard development adjoining attractive open countryside yet lying close to Shipston on Stour.

Shipston On Stour - is an old market town situated in the southern tip of Warwickshire in an area of undulating farmland close by the Cotswold Hills along the Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire borders. It provides the local shopping centre for many surrounding villages and has a predominantly Georgian High Street which benefits from being away from through traffic. The town also has both a Primary and Secondary School, medical centre and cottage hospital, library and several sports clubs. The main centres for the area are Stratford upon Avon (11 miles), Banbury (14 miles), Warwick (17 miles), Leamington Spa (18 miles). There is a mainline rail service to London from the Cotswold town of Moreton in Marsh (7 miles).

Barcheston - is a delightful small hamlet located about a mile across the River Stour from Shipston, surrounded by lovely open countryside and with views towards Brailes Hill. Set at the end of a quiet no-through lane, it comprises a collection of character dwellings together with a small historic church and manor house.

3 Manor Barns - Is an attractive, period, brick built barn conversion forming part of a select courtyard development of just four individual homes, lying next to Barcheston Manor, in a delightful setting. The sympathetically modernised and deceptive accommodation retains many interesting character features whilst benefitting from part uPVC double glazing and oil fired central heating. A particular feature of the property is the charming, well landscaped rear garden which adjoins open farmland beyond.

On The Ground Floor - A glazed outer door opens to an Enclosed Porch with a further glazed door leading to the attractive Dining Hall with staircase rising to the first floor and a useful under-stairs Fitted Cloakroom. An archway leads to the charming Sitting Room with window overlooking the courtyard, a feature open fireplace having a carved mantle over and built-in storage cupboard/bookshelves to side. Two pairs of glazed door open to the Breakfast Room with tiled flooring and a uPVC double glazed door and picture windows overlooking the rear garden. The adjoining galley style Fitted Kitchen also overlooks the rear garden and contains a good range of oak fronted wall and floor cupboard units with laminated worktops incorporating a one-and-a-half bowl sink, integrated dishwasher, washing machine, larder fridge and freezer, together with a Leisure range style dual fuel oven having an extractor hood over and tiled floor.

On The First Floor - Opening from a Central Landing, with a built-in storage cupboard and ceiling hatch with ladder to a part boarded loft space, are two Double Bedrooms overlooking the rear garden and countryside beyond. Each has built in wardrobes and the principal bedroom also enjoys a compact En-Suite Shower Room with shower, washbasin and WC. There is a good sized Third Bedroom or Study containing the oil fired combi central heating boiler.

Outside - The property is approached over an attractive walled and gravelled courtyard where the property has a Single Garage with up-an-over door, power connected and parking to the front. The pretty, south-east facing Rear Garden includes a good size paved sun terrace with ornamental fishpond, small lawn, well stocked flower borders, a small timber garden shed and summer house, and separate pedestrian access at the rear.

General Information: -

Services - Mains water and electricity are connected to the property with drainage to a shared private system. No tests have been undertaken to the service installations. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries and investigations before finalising their offer to purchase. Oil fired central heating.

Fixtures And Fittings - All items mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale price, all others are expressly excluded.

Council Tax - We understand that the property has been currently placed in Band F with Stratford on Avon District Council.

Energy Performance Certificate - Energy efficiency rating: Band E (Current), Band C (Potential). A copy of the full EPC report is available upon request.

Directions - From Shipston-on-Stour, proceed over the river bridge on the B4035 road towards Banbury for a short distance before taking the right turn signposted to Barcheston. Pass the village green and church on the right and follow the road to the end where the entrance to Manor Barns is straight ahead. The property will be found in the left corner of the courtyard with parking in front of the separate garage. Post Code: CV36 5AY.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
27 October 2016


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