Five bedroom barn conversion in Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire
Grade II listed detached barn conversion dating from the 17th century on the edge of the Cotswolds in Stratford-on-Avon which benefits from a separate purpose built artists studio and good road links nearby
A five bedroom Grade II listed detached 17th century converted Wool Barn with unique separate artists studio.
The house and studio are situated on the brow of a hill opposite a wonderful 12th Century church. It has lovely views over the Meon hill, and surrounding countryside and being south facing, it attracts the sun almost all day.
This family house, built in 1640, is situated on the edge of the Cotswolds in the heart of a small friendly village close to the charming towns of Chipping Campden and Broadway. The National Trust “Hidcote Gardens” and “Snowshill Manor” are also nearby .
The village has its own infants school , park and play area and there is a new golf course just nearing completion at Welford on Avon (4 miles). The Theatres of Stratford on Avon are ten minutes away.
There are good road links via the M40 (12miles) and M5.(16 miles) and Birminhamham Airport and the NEC are just 40 minutes away.
This beautiful barn (once featured in Homes and Gardens 2000) has been sympathetically restored and retains many of its original features - exposed beams, flagstone floors, stone fireplaces, nooks and crannies, farmhouse kitchen,” Rayburn” cooker, granite work surfaces , a utility room with work surfaces, Belfast sink, fridge freezer space.
Of special interest is a purpose built artist studio, (30' x 16' approx) , housing two medium sized electric kilns. It has accommodated life drawing groups and ceramic and textile workshops but has potential for a variety of other uses. It has a Belfast sink with pine cupboard storage shower room and W.C.
Outside is a lovely, manageable and mature garden.