Characterful Grade II listed barn conversion with versatile accommodation including 44 ft vaulted reception room, five bedrooms, south facing terrace and river side garden.
Beagley Barn is a Grade II listed conversion which was completely renovated 20 years ago to a high standard which compliments the beautiful period features of the barn. It dates back to the 18th century and still has many details that highlight its past history including exposed timber frames and local ironstone walls.
A central entrance hall give access into the two wings of Beagley Barn and also immediately out to the rear terrace. The main open plan living area spans over 44' and is an impressive space set beneath the barn's exposed Queen Strut roof with double doors out to the south facing rear terrace. This is an excellent entertaining area with enough room for a banqueting table and lounge seating set before the warming log burner, which also feels cosy enough for family time.
Meandering back to the centre of the barn is an area for every day dining. Here there are steps down to the kitchen which is fitted with bespoke hand crafted, hand painted kitchen cabinetry with oak and granite worktops and an AGA. Within the south facing wall are many picture windows allowing a good amount of natural light in the characterful environment.
There is also a family room/study as well as a guest bedroom with en suite.
Also on the ground floor is a utility/laundry room, cloakroom and boot room.
The first floor accommodates the principal bedroom which has an en suite and walk in wardrobe.
There are a further three double bedrooms, one that is en suite which has been created on a mezzanine level. All bedrooms are also served by a family bathroom with separate shower.
Outside, Beagley Barn is approached via a shared tarmac driveway, with parking for three cars within an open car port. Additionally there is a closed bay, providing good storage.
To the rear is a generous south facing terrace, enclosed by an ironstone wall and a five bar gate, giving access to an equally generous south facing lawn. Further on is a paddock with a single stall stable and tack room.
Next to the stable there is a studio, which has been placed to take full advantage of a south facing position with a large picture window. The studio has water and power to it allowing this to be an excellent art room, home office or gym.
A further area of paddock, sweeps down to the River Wey which acts as the most southerly border.
In all the property measures approximately 1.35 acres.
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Such a charming setting in a sought after village.Amanda Thorp