Stonor Barn is a wonderful barn conversion with a fantastic open plan kitchen/living/dining room with an array of exposed timbers. It has a generous garden to suit a variety of purchasers.
Stonor Barn is a unique barn conversion, one of only eight properties at the Watcombe Manor development in Watlington.
The property has an impressive kitchen/dining/living room with exposed timbers throughout and features a versatile, elevated mezzanine level accessed by stairs.
The kitchen is a contemporary handleless design with a central island at the heart. There is a separate utility room with access to the rear garden.
The master bedroom is generous in proportion and has the benefit of an en suite shower room. The room is unique in the fact that is can be accessed independently from the rest of the house and also has its own access to the rear garden - it could be perfect for those families with grown up children or an elderly relative seeking a level of independence.
There are two further double bedrooms, a central bathroom with shower cubicle and a separate cloakroom.
There is also loft storage accessed via a loft ladder, neatly contained within a central cupboard.
To the rear, there is a generous 'L' shape garden, with a patio area immediately adjacent the barn.
All properties at Watcombe Manor benefit from an intruder alarm with PIR room sensors.
Ede Homes are renowned local Oxfordshire developers with a diverse track record in building sympathetic and beautiful properties over the 60 years since their foundation.
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This is a fabulous conversion with an abundance of exposed timbers throughout. The mezzanine level is a great additional space and the master bedroom, with separate front and rear access could prove popular for those with grown up children or an elderly relative seeking a level of independence.Iain Powis