Dorsington, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 8AX | Property for sale | Savills
253.25 sq m
Guide price £1,400,000(84,065,149 EGP)

DorsingtonStratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 8AX


    Key features

    • Newly converted Grade II barn
    • Flexible layout
    • Historic and charming setting
    • Set in over half an acre of gardens with moat pond
    • Magnificent kitchen/sitting/dining room
    • Chain free

    A handsome red brick period barn conversion set in over half an acre.

    About this property

    • Church Barn was formerly an agricultural building serving The Moat House and became a separate residential dwelling in 2021 following an extensive programme of conversion and refurbishment. The property is vacant and ready to move into.

      The flexible and well-laid out accommodation extends to 2,726 sq. ft. and is laid out over two floors. You enter the property via a welcoming entrance hall with guest cloakroom. Accessed from the hall is a spacious utility with door to the outside. There is a bedroom on the ground floor situated next to a bathroom which could also be used as a home office or games room.

      The kitchen/sitting/dining room is at the heart of the house and is a dramatic space with vaulted ceiling and large window openings allowing light to flood in. The bespoke fitted kitchen is fitted with a Rangemaster range cooker and an excellent range of cabinets painted in Farrow and Ball ‘Stiffkey' beneath quartz worktops. There is a substantial island unit with breakfast bar. Adjacent to the kitchen/sitting/dining room is a lovely room which could be used either as a formal dining area or study.

      Bedrooms 2 and 3 are accessed from the kitchen/sitting/dining room and share a shower room. Bedroom 2 has independent access from the outside. The generous principal bedroom suite is located on the first floor. This is a wonderfully light room with access to an en suite bathroom with free standing bath and separate wet room shower. Situated above the study is Bedroom 4 with en suite bathroom.

      Great thought and attention has been given to the conversion of the property. The doors, some of which are bespoke, staircases and skirting boards are oak. The bathrooms have Duravit and Hansgrohe fittings and porcelain tiled floors. The living areas have Karndean flooring and the bedrooms are carpeted.

      Outside there is a garage/bike store and two garden stores which are accessed from the inner courtyard to the east of the property. The principal garden lies to the west and is mainly laid to lawn with flower beds. There is ample gravelled parking for several cars.

      Agent's Notes
      1. Church Barn is curtilage listed.
      2. The access into the property across the moat is shared by Moat Barn, The Moat House, Church Barn and Green Barn.
      3. Church Barn has right of access to their bike shed/garage and storage sheds in the inner courtyard owned by Moat Barn.
      4. Church Barn owns the parking space outside the bike shed/garage.
      5. There is a management contract with Moat Barn which is subject to an annual charge.
      6. Waste water from Church Barn feeds into the waste water system for Moat Barn, the cost of which is included in the annual management charge.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This is a superb barn conversion with a very flexible layout situated in a historic and charming location.

    David HendersonProperty agent

    Local information

    • Dorsington is a particularly well kept and charming village surrounded by rolling hills and close to the Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which at 787 square miles, is the largest designated in England and Wales. The village is widely known for its arboretum and woodland walks which can be enjoyed by local residents. Dorsington is an ancient village dating back to at least the Saxon period. The earliest written record is from the Domesday Survey of 1089. The village is situated between the sought after villages of Welford-on-Avon and Barton. Nearby Bidford-on-Avon provides facilities to satisfy daily shopping requirements.
    • Honeybourne Station is approximately four miles away with a rail service to London Paddington and there is also a rail service to London Marylebone from Warwick Parkway. Birmingham International Airport and Birmingham NEC are both approximately 31 miles away. The M40 (J15) provides access to Oxford and central London.
    • There are two golf courses in Stratford-upon-Avon together with active cricket and tennis clubs. There are National Hunt racecourses at Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick, Cheltenham and boating and fishing on the Avon.
    • Stratford-upon-Avon is a thriving market town famous throughout the world as the birthplace and home of William Shakespeare. There is a range of shopping and recreational facilities in the town as well as The Royal Shakespeare Theatre. There are state, grammar and private schools in both Stratford-upon-Avon and nearby Warwick.

    Additional information

    • 1. Church Barn is curtilage listed.
    • 2. The access into the property across the moat is shared by Moat Barn, The Moat House, Church Barn and Green Barn.
    • 3. Church Barn has right of access to their bike shed/garage and storage sheds in the inner courtyard owned by Moat Barn.
    • 4. Church Barn owns the parking space outside the bike shed/garage.
    • 5. There is a management contract with Moat Barn which is subject to an annual charge.
    • 6. Waste water from Church Barn feeds into the waste water system for Moat Barn, the cost of which is included in the annual management charge.
    • The property is available for sale by private treaty, freehold, with vacant possession upon completion.
    • Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Heating fuelled by an air source heat pump and gas (propane).
    • There is underfloor heating to the kitchen/sitting/dining room and formal dining area/study fuelled by the air source heat pump. Superfast Broadband available. Telephone line subject to BT transfer regulations.
    • Local Authority: Stratford-on-Avon District Council t: 01789 267575. Council Tax Band to be assessed.
    • Tenure Freehold.
    • Viewing: Strictly by prior accompanied appointment.
    • Particulars revised: June 2022. Photographs taken: December 2021 and May 2022.
    • Directions: From the M40 (J15) at Warwick: Take the A46 south past Stratford-upon-Avon. About two miles after the third roundabout, turn left signed Temple Grafton. At the crossroads with the Blue Boar Inn turn left and proceed through Binton to the B349. Turn right and immediately left to Welford-on-Avon. In the centre of the village turn right, opposite the Maypole, onto Barton Road. After about two miles turn left at the second turning signposted Dorsington. Proceed along Dorsington Road towards the centre of the village. From Stratford-upon-Avon: Proceed out of Stratford-upon-Avon along the Evesham Road for three miles. Turn left signed for Welford-on-Avon. In the centre of the village turn right, opposite the Maypole, onto Barton Road. After about two miles turn left at the second turning signposted Dorsington. Proceed along Dorsington Road towards the centre of the village.
    • EPC Exempt
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: TBC