4 bedroom house for sale

Apple Tree Barn, Rouncil Lane, Kenilworth, CV8

Guide Price £1,249,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Stunning Brand New Barn Style Home
  • Private Gated Entrance
  • Architect Designed
  • Super Insulated To Passivhaus Standards
  • Zero Carbon, Ultra Low Energy
  • Three/ Four Bedrooms
  • Studio/ Workspace
  • Contemporary Siematic Kitchen
  • Exceptional Specification Throughout
  • Swim/ Spa To Rear Of Property

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Welcome to Apple Tree Barn, an exceptional and substantial brand new barn style development built to Passivhaus standards with unrivalled views and scenery towards Kenilworth castle. This stunning, sustainable family home is tucked behind greenery on a plot of over 0.6 acres, with its own private gated entrance and sits at 3701sqft. Are you looking to the future and want an eco-friendly green home with 25% living/working space? Apple Tree Barn offers everything you need.

A MODERN HOME LIKE NO OTHER

Apple Tree Barn has been architecturally designed to Passivhaus standards, offering a zero carbon, ultra-low energy living environment. with little need for heating or cooling. In short, the Passivhaus status will significantly reduce the building’s ecological footprint and will have significantly low energy and water expenses.

This truly unique home enjoys a refined palette of
traditional materials, including reclaimed style handmade brickwork. slate to the roof, oak timber cladding. triple glazed aluminium windows and reclaimed timber features. High ceilings prevail throughout and an immense sense of space is relevant upon entering through the front door .

ACCOMODATION

The entrance hall offers double height ceilings along with a useful store space for coats and leads through to the studio/workspace offering the perfect opportunity to work from home paving the way ‘to the future’.
To the right of the hallway is another study/ workspace which could be used as a children’s playroom or separate cosy lounge
area.

The hallway further leads through into the open plan kitchen & living zone. This really is the outstanding feature of this exclusive property providing a wonderful open aspect to the central part of the home. With storage space to die for and a minimalist and handleless kitchen designed by the highly regarded Siematic, it offers a breathtaking space to enjoy occasions for family and friends and comprises of Dekton worktops along with a Bora hob.
Siemens integrated appliances include two single ovens, dishwasher, and integrated fridge. To the left of the kitchen is the Siematic Utility room with cabinets and space for a free standing washer dryer and American style fridge-freezer.

To the rear of the kitchen/ living zone is the indoor swim spa, a true selling piece to be envied by everybody that visits. The design temperature for the swim spa is 30 degrees and will be heated by solar panels with water supplied by the borehole .

The first floor comprises of a spacious master bedroom which looks out onto un-obstructed countryside views of Kenilworth Castle. There is also a luxury ensuite along with a separate walk in wardrobe.

There are two further double bedrooms off the landing area with bedroom three offering an en-suite shower room and a further fourth bedroom/ studio workspace granting access to the family bathroom along with plenty of eaves storage .

WHAT DO ACORN DEVELOPMENTS SAY ABOUT THEIR BUILD?

“We take a fabric first approach which means we choose the highest level of energy efficient building fabric. Highly insulated wall, floor and roof construction combined with high specification double or triple glazed windows means our homes require much less heating and cooling, reducing energy bills dramatically. Highly insulated wall, floor and roof construction combined with high specification triple glazed windows means our homes require much less heating and cooling, reducing energy bills dramatically. Creating an airtight building envelope is key to ensuring heat loss by air leakage is minimised. Once airtight and insulated ventilation is key. Our homes provide controlled airflow, removing the stale air and replacing it with fresh filtered air that removes pollution and pollen leading to healthier homes. Solar power provides us with unlimited resources to generate clean green energy to light and heat our homes. A water borehole provides all the water required. There is also a reserve mains water connection. Combined with low voltage lighting, appliances with energy-saving features, heating sources that require very little electricity all integrated into homes that require very little heating mean low bills and less impact on the environment.”

- Acorn Developments


LOCATION

This stunning home is situated a mere 3.5 miles from the stylish town of Kenilworth. Situated on the edge of Kenilworth surrounded by Rural Warwickshire countryside, Apple Tree barn is a short drive to the centre of town. With supermarkets, independent retailers and one of the most spectacular medieval castle ruins in England, Kenilworth which can be seen from your master bedroom, it is one of the most desirable places to live in Warwickshire. By road, it is less than ten miles from the centre of Coventry and just seven miles from both Warwick and Leamington Spa. Junction 15 of the M40 is a mere ten-minute drive away, connecting Birmingham to Oxford and London. Kenilworth railway station is less than 10 minutes away and offers an hourly service between Coventry and Leamington Spa, allowing easy connections with Birmingham and London. Kenilworth to Birmingham is just 37 minutes - and just 10 minutes to Coventry for connections to London. For air travel Birmingham Airport is 14 miles away.

The popularity of Kenilworth is easy to explain. The Waitrose and Sainsbury's supermarkets in the centre of town are surrounded by high street retailers and an eclectic blend of local independent stores. Furthermore, a weekly market adds even more variety to the mix. All essential amenities are also present in the town, including doctors, dentists, opticians and chemists. Heading to Leamington Spa you'll find a fantastic selection of specialist and independent boutiques, major high street stores and supermarkets all set in a picturesque town centre.
There are plenty of options for a family day out around Kenilworth. Why not take a step back in time at Kenilworth Castle and the Elizabethan Garden? For a relaxed afternoon, visit Abbey Fields where you'll find a large open park featuring swimming pools, tennis courts, a children's playground and a lake. Just a few miles away you can explore Hatton Adventure World and enjoy a day to remember. The town also has two theatres, The Talisman and the Priory ideal for an evening out.

When it comes to dining, locals are spoilt for choice. From the to the Michelin starred gastropub, The Cross, to a wide variety of bars and restaurants serving international cuisine. Not forgetting the many tea shops, coffee shops and patisseries catering for weary shoppers! Kenilworth is also well provided for when it comes to sport.

EDUCATION

There are several primary schools nearby with the nearest primary school to the development being Clinton Primary school which is ofsted outstanding. While for secondary and sixth form education, Kenilworth School and Sixth Form is located in the town centre. There are also several other local state and independent and private schools for children of all ages in Kenilworth and the surrounding area.

If you would like the last remaining opportunity to purchase this unqiue family home then please call John Shepherd New homes to arrange your private viewing appointment on

***Please note some marketing photographs have been used for indicative purposes only and reflect Plot 2***

***The property is not yet build complete, however site walks are available***


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Added on Rightmove:
07 August 2020

Nearest stations

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  • Warwick Parkway (2.9 mi)
  • Warwick (3.0 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Kenilworth (1.8 mi)
  • Warwick Parkway (2.9 mi)
  • Warwick (3.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

John Shepherd, West Midlands - New Homes

6-8 Drury Lane Solihull B91 3BD

01564 655012 Local call rate

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