Grade II listed barn conversion in rural setting.
Peacock Barn is a stunning Grade II listed barn conversion in a delightful setting. Offering spacious accommodation with a flowing layout the property would make an excellent family home. The character of the original barn has been superbly maintained to create a thoroughly individual home. The majority of the rooms have dual aspect windows to make the most of the views and to receive an abundance of natural light. The kitchen with an extensive range of base level units features a quintessential Aga and built in electric double oven for the summer months. A particular highlight is the versatility of both a ground and first floor study making it ideal for more than one occupant working from home.
Within the grounds is a detached annexe which offers the possibility of multi-generational living. With a well-proportioned open plan living/kitchen space and charming wood burner the space works brilliantly for either guests or a relative living full time at the property. A shower room and double bedroom complete the annexe.
Sitting within grounds of about 1.5 acres and surrounded by the Carbrooke Estate the property features a good deal of natural privacy as well as attractive far reaching views across farmland. Approached via a long private driveway leading to a gravel parking area with space for numerous vehicles. Open cart style garaging provides covered storage and to the rear of this is the access into the wine cellar. To the front of the property is a terrace complete with pergola which takes advantage of the afternoon sun and to the rear another terrace facing east takes advantage of the wonderful views. The gardens have been mainly laid to lawn with sections of wild flowers, varieties of fruit trees planted and hedging to the southern boundary. A vegetable garden is currently in situ with raised beds and a garden pond is perfect for attracting wildlife.
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When entering the long private driveway I knew this was going to be a special property.Tom Clayton