Superb barn conversion

Superb barn conversion

On the outskirts of the village of Shroton (Iwerne Courtney), in a peaceful courtyard of a handful of individual, barn-style properties is Dovecote Barn.

The property is a superb example of a contemporary, barn-style home built in 2017, and finished to the highest standard.

It was designed to provide bright and spacious, open plan living, to enhance and make the most of the natural light. The property includes many character features, including vaulted ceilings, exposed wooden beams, fireplace, and floor coverings of solid wood and natural stone tiles.

You enter through a full height glass door into the grand hallway with its splendid, double height vaulted ceiling, tiled floor and staircase with glass balustrade.

The hallway opens into the bright sun lounge with its two sets of bi-folding doors and a set of French doors opening onto the garden, as well as the kitchen/diner with a range of wall and floor, shaker style, cupboards and integrated appliances, including fridge/freezer, dishwasher, double oven and hob.

The sitting room, with an open fire, and the cloakroom, are also accessible from the hallway. To the side of the kitchen is a well-appointed utility room with sink, space for washing machine and a door to a rear hallway giving access to the ground floor en-suite bedroom currently used as a dining room.

The ground floor also benefits from underfloor heating which is run via an efficient and economical air source heat pump. At the top of the stairs is a ‘bridge’ across the double height void that connects the spacious master bedroom suite with bathroom and dressing room on one side, to two double bedrooms and a family bathroom on the other side.

Benefiting from a corner plot, Dovecote includes allocated parking spaces as well as one allocated parking space. The rear garden, enclosed by an aged brick wall and fencing, is accessed from the side and is predominantly lawn with sandstone patio.

The property also benefits from one garage/car port in a shared block of three under a thatched roof.

Woolley and Wallis is offering the freehold property on the market at a guide price of £625,000 and thoroughly recommends an internal viewing, arranged on 01747 852242.





Posted on

8 April 2019

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