Unique period home, recently upgraded within a remarkable and historic setting with the benefit of its own private garden.
Approached via an impressive tree lined driveway, the property is located in the heart of the historic Barrow Court development and has access to both communal and private gardens.
Accessed via a courtyard of properties, 9 Barrow Court sits at the west of the development. The wonderful solid wood front door opens into the entrance hall, with storage cupboard and stairs leading to the first floor. A shower room and ground floor bedroom/reception room with dual ceiling height are passed when leading to the open plan sitting, kitchen and dining room. Arranged with a hardwood and granite galley style kitchen towards an additional entrance to the property, the room allows ample space for both dining and sitting, with features such as wooden ceiling beams and a hung door showcasing the age of the building. Curved double doors, lead out onto an additional courtyard, around which an active residents association is based, and with its southern elevation, is a delightful sheltered place to enjoy al fresco dining of a morning or evening.
On the first floor the galleried landing leads through to the first bedroom, which has a wonderful rural vista and potential to incorporate the dressing room and stores from next door. The corridor leads past a light bathroom, with three piece white suite and onto the second bedroom. Throughout this level there is eaves storage, making the most of the unconventional nature of this historic property.
The property sits within an impressive former Monastery which includes tree lined drive, lawns and tennis courts which are all communal. 9 Barrow Court also benefits from a section of private gardens within the original walled garden of the estate, currently laid to lawn, this area offers a serene sheltered area perfect for those looking for a slice of sanctuary.
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Over the years we have sold many properties within this exceptionally quiet and beautiful setting.David Wild