Barn conversion in St Mary Bourne, near Whitchurch, Hampshire and Newbury, Berkshire
New barn conversion with three bedrooms in an exclusive development in the village of St Mary Bourne, near the towns of Whitchurch in Hampshire and Newbury in Berkshire, and with excellent transport links to London and beyond
Situated in one of Hampshire’s most desirable locations, within the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, these finely restored brick and flint barns in the Bourne Valley enable an enviable way of life, nestled in rural surroundings, yet closely connected to several large towns and London.
Located by the historical, classically English village of St Mary Bourne with the essential amenities – churches, post office, pubs and village shop.
Part of an exclusive development, Stable Cottage and Keepers Cottage are approached along a private driveway with remotely operated five bar gate and secured by post and rail fencing.
Constructed in a mixture of handmade stock bricks and flint panels to the elevations. The roofs are covered in natural clay tiles. High levels of roof, wall and floor insulation, together with hermetically sealed double-glazed units, ensure the property is comfortable.
• 10 year Zurich Building Guarantee Scheme
• Oil fired central heating system with thermostatic controls
• Traditionally plastered walls
• Rangemaster cooking range
• Wood burning stoves
• BT points to kitchen, living room and all bedrooms
• TV/FM points to living room, kitchen and all bedrooms
• 5 amp table lamp circuit to living room
• External light to front and rear doors
• Immersion heater to hot water cylinder
ACCOMMODATION OF KEEPERS COTTAGE
Living Room - 5.2 x 4.5m
Dining Hall - 3.8 x 3.4m
Kitchen / Breakfast Room - 4.5 x 4.2m
Bedroom One - 4.5 x 4.4m with ensuite bathroom
Bedroom Two - 4.4 x 3.4m
Bedroom Three - 2.3 x 2.3m
• Front gardens will be turfed
• Rear gardens turfed/seeded
• Tegula Cotswold paving laid to paths and patios
• 1.2m high post and rail stockproof fences
• Mains, electric and BT
• Drainage by private sewage treatment plant
• Mains water