Savills | Wallingford Road, Compton, Newbury, Berkshire, RG20 6PU | Property for sale
590.31 sq m
Guide price £1,950,000(63.193.999.816 ₫)

Wallingford RoadCompton, Newbury, Berkshire, RG20 6PU

  • Under offer

Key features

  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Superb vaulted drawing room
  • Attractive period features throughout
  • Extensive Gardens and Grounds
  • Fitness complex & further garaging
  • Substantial amount of land available by further negotiation

A superb barn conversion with extensive grounds and outbuildings. Further land available by separate negotiation.

About this property

  • Painsbridge Barn is an exquisite example of a sympathetic barn conversion situated in un spoilt down land countryside. The original barn is believed to date back to the 12th century and is invaluably un listed. The conversion was extensive however many of the original features remain including beautiful exposed Elm beams and attractive brickwork. Throughout the house the quality of workmanship is very apparent particularly in the spacious kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen units are all bespoke and made of oak and topped with granite work surfaces. In the kitchen/breakfast room there is an underfloor access into a large purpose constructed air-conditioned wine cellar. At the centre of the house is a spectacular reception room with an impressive vaulted ceiling showcasing all of the exposed Elm beams. There is spectacular floor to ceiling chimney stack, which provides a great focal point to the room. The accommodation is very flexible with two en suite bedrooms on the ground floor and a further two en suite bedrooms on the first floor. The principal bedroom suite is very generous with a fitted dressing area and an en suite bathroom and shower room.

    The Gardens and Grounds at Painsbridge barn extend to 3.8 acres / 1.5 hectares (approx.)
    3.8 acres of grounds, split into 1.6 acres of lawned and landscaped gardens and 2.2 acres of ring-fenced pastureland.

    The barn is approached over a cobbled forecourt which provides a very attractive setting for the barn. Well-maintained lawns surround the property as well as an attractive terraced area providing great space for outside entertaining. On the northern side of the garden is a productive vegetable garden with a greenhouse and potting shed.

    There are a number of outbuildings which are used for storage and garaging some of which might become useful loose boxes. Adjacent to the barn is a double garage/workshop which also benefits from a 1st floor which is currently being used as an office.
    Adjacent health & fitness building:
    Situated just across from Painsbridge Barn, there is a modern building, fitted with state-of-the-art equipment to include a large well fitted gym (equipment available by separate negotiation). There is also an exercise pool with adjustable current, a steam room and a cloakroom with shower.
    The pool is enclosed by glass and is heated by its own unit and the gym is air conditioned.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

The drawing room at Painsbridge Barn is superb! Such a great feeling of space.

Harry FisherProperty agent

Local information

  • The location
  • Painsbridge Barn is situated on the edge of the popular village of Compton. The area is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the property is in a conservation area. Road and rail connections are excellent, there are stations at Goring or Didcot Parkway both with direct trains to Paddington. The M4 and the A34 provide road connections in all directions. Oxford and Reading are within a drive and the bustling Market town of Newbury offers a wide range of shopping and entertainment. Compton is well served for state schooling with a junior school and the renowned Downs Secondary School. There are excellent schooling facilities within easy driving distance to include; Pangbourne College, Bradfield College, St Andrew`s Preparatory School, Downe House, Brockhurst & Marlston House Preparatory School and Elstree Preparatory School.

Additional information

  • 1. There is a right of way access at all times from the Wallingford Road showed on the plan coloured green, subject to payment by the owners of Painsbridge Barn, of a fair share according to use towards the maintenance, the owner/occupier of PB for the time being of the property shall be at liberty at their own expense to repair/improve the access way in accordance with the planning permission dated 10/10/2001. Or at the choice at the owner/occupier of Painsbridge Barn.
  • 2. The water supply from Painsbridge bore hole serves adjacent land owned by Church Farm and Meadow Farm. The owners of Church Farm and Meadow Farm, pay a contribution of £50 per annum towards maintenance of the bore hole and pump.
  • Services: Mains electricity, estate water supply, modern sewage treatment plant drainage, propane gas for central heating, hot water, hob and AGA. The propane gas tank is concealed underground.
  • Directions: Directions: In the village of Compton, with the Foinavon Public House on your left, turn into Horn Street, proceed along this road and bear round to the right into the Wallingford Road. Proceed to the end of this road and you will come to a bridge on your right, bear left before the bridge and there is an electric gate with a push button control to open, proceed onto the track, past Queensborough Cottage, proceed along the drive to the very end where Meadow Farm will be on the right, and on the left, the entrance to Painsbridge Barn.
  • EPC Rating = D