An award winning south-facing conversion of a remarkable Pembroke Estate barn, in a peaceful and picturesque edge of village location, with outstanding views of the surrounding countryside.
Situated in the much sought-after Cranborne Chase 4 Faulston Barns is an outstanding four-bedroom house offering 2,500 sq ft of stylish contemporary accommodation within an award-winning barn conversion. The house has been designed to take full advantage of its magnificent position with large south facing windows giving stunning views over the surrounding countryside and is finished to the highest standard with meticulous attention to detail.
At the front of the house a gravelled driveway leads to a large paved area providing ample parking space and a garage ideal for additional parking or storage space. The front garden is laid to level lawn with estate railings and hedging, while the south-facing rear garden has a large paved terrace with direct access to a communal courtyard garden with mature shrubs and a feature water fountain.
The ground floor comprises an open plan sitting room/kitchen/dining area that creates an ideal family and entertaining space. The impressive kitchen has an island/breakfast bar and space for a good-sized family dining table. Large windows, a Velux skylight and three sets of bi-fold doors opening on to the rear terrace provide the area with plenty of natural light. Also on the ground floor is a study, large utility room, and WC. The ceramic tiled floor has underfloor heating throughout.
A modern oak and glass staircase leads to the first floor where there are four bedrooms, two with en suite bathrooms, and a good sized family bathroom, all with walk- in rain showers. Two of the bedrooms have bespoke fitted wardrobes providing extensive hanging and shelf space; the fourth bedroom can be used as an additional study if required.
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As a Chalke Valley man myself, I think Bishopstone is one of the loveliest villages and Faulston Barns is a brilliant example of contemporary living in the country.James McKillop