Four bedroom barn conversion in Sulgrave, near Banbury on the Northants / Oxon border
Grade II listed barn, recently converted to create a contemporary property with flexible accommodation, and located in the highly sought after village of Sulgrave
Approaching 3000sq ft, this stunning contemporary Grade II listed barn conversion offers extremely flexible accommodation, blending a modern sophisticated finish with beautiful period features, such as vaulted ceilings and original oak trusses.
The barn benefits from an NHBC warranty with 7 years remaining.
Living spaces on both the ground and first floors offer large family friendly open plan living and entertaining areas.
The large bespoke kitchen is Farrow and Ball painted with oak and black granite worktops and fully integrated appliances including a stainless steel range. An island separates the kitchen from the large open plan family room.
Upstairs, the 32ft drawing room has cathedral style beams, impressive stone walls, oak flooring and a view across the village 'old stocks'.
There are four double bedrooms, three with ensuites and scope to add a fifth bedroom with bathroom (with preliminary approval granted from local planning and conservation).
The master suite has a large double height bathroom with exposed stonework, vaulted ceiling, roll top bath and bespoke shower. The bedroom has patio doors which lead onto a pretty sun terrace, perfect for enjoying Sunday morning breakfast!
There is underfloor heating to the ground floor and all the ground floor living spaces have limestone ceramic floor tiles.
There are designer radiators on the first floor.
The barn is arranged in an L-shape with numerous patio doors opening onto the garden.
The barn is accessed through electrically operated wooden gates.
Two open fronted car ports offer excellent storage
A beautiful stone walled, professionally landscaped garden, comprises of a large patio with wall seating and an additional large timber deck area with boardwalk.
Outside lighting beautifully compliments the front and back gardens.
Prominently situated in the village of Sulgrave, the barn overlooks one of the village greens and is within a short walk to the village post office / shop and public house - a popular place to have a drink or meal.
The village has a thriving community and even hosts a 'safari supper' event every 18 months which is a good way to get to know the neighbours.
Sulgrave is well placed for access to the M40 and M1 motorways and therefore has good access to London and the Midlands.
The towns of Brackley and Banbury are a short drive away and there are numerous private and public schools in the local vicinity.
The barn is located at the very southern tip of Northamptonshire on the Northants / Oxfordshire border and has an Oxfordshire postcode. It is located just 7 miles from Banbury which has a fast rail link to London (50 minutes).