A three bedroom Eco Barn conversion built in 2008 by Messrs Tompkins Construction, set within a courtyard development of 5 barn conversions in Bourton-On-Dunsmore, benefiting from rural views down to Draycote water. This stylish barn has been built to a high standard with materials such as granite worktops, oak double glazed windows, slate flooring and an air source heating system allowing full underfloor heating throughout. The property comes with a walled garden, three bedrooms, one en-suite, Living / dining / kitchen and bathroom. Two parking spaces and ample guest spaces, and also an additional amenity / agricultural plot of land.
Open Plan Lounge / Dining Room 4.62 x 4.40 (15'1" x 14'5" )
Immediately upon entry you are struck by the mixture of character and modern day living with the original roof timbers and quality stone flooring with under floor heating. two double glazed sky lights, TV and Telephone points, four wall mounted up lighter showing the roof timbers to their best effect.
Kitchen 3.02 x 4.08 (9'10" x 13'4")
Highly attractive hard wood fronted range of base and eye level units with excellent range of built-in appliances including a four ring induction hob with extractor hood above, built-in electric fan oven, microwave with coffee machine above, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, stainless steel sink with flexi neck mixer tap. The units are topped with Granite work surface which over hangs on one unit to create a breakfast bar, sky light to rear, two double glazed windows overlooking the gardens.
Inner Hall 5.00 x 1.88 (16'4" x 6'2")
Cupboard housing heating system which is a combination of ground source heat pump backed up with an electrical system powering the under floor heating system and hot water, stairs rising to first floor and steps leading down to bedrooms two and three.
White suite comprising of panel bath with mixer tap, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, opaque double glazed window to front aspect, under floor heating, tiled splash backs, recessed lighting.
Bedroom Three 2.94 x 3.17 (9'7" x 10'4" )
Widening to 2.95 at one end. Double glazed window overlooking the gardens, good sized built-in wardrobes, recessed ceiling lighting, TV point, telephone point, under floor heating.
Family Room / Bedroom Two 4.40 x 2.66 (14'5" x 8'8")
Double glazed window to front aspect, TV point, recessed ceiling lighting, under floor heating.
First Floor Sitting Area 2.14 x 1.90 (7'0" x 6'2" )
Oak balustrade, double glazed skylight to the front (In the opinion of the writer this could make a small dressing area as the master bedroom is the only accommodation on the first floor), large walking double width wardrobe with slatted shelving above, door to:
Master Bedroom 3.48 x 4.37 (11'5" x 14'4")
Another room that makes the most of the Barns features with the exposed 'A' frame and roof timbers making a wonderful feature, two double glazed skylight windows overlooking the village church, TV and telephone points, door to:
En Suite 2.53 x 1.68 (8'3" x 5'6" )
A high quality white suite of fully tiled shower cubicle with multi outlet shower system with lighting and extractor fan above, large wash hand basin with storage beneath, low level WC, Travertine flooring, double glazed skylight, exposed ceiling timber.
The property is situated in the exclusive development of barn conversions on the edge of the village with the initial driveway leading into a communal parking area of which there are two parking space for No. 1 this is directly in front of the additional piece of garden that goes with the barn that had wonderful views across draycote water. A further cobbled driveway leads to No.1 with double gates leading to a large paved area and well kept lawn to one side. The gardens face in a Southerly direction and are designed to be low maintenance. To one side there is the ground source heating equipment and storage shed.
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About Bourton On Dunsmore
Bourton-on-Dunsmore is a small village in Warwickshire, England. Along with the nearby hamlet of Draycote it forms the joint civil parish of Bourton and Draycote. Bourton is part of the borough of Rugby and is located around six miles south-west of the town of Rugby, just south of the B4453 road.
Bourton-on-Dunsmore was mentioned in the Domesday Book. The village church of St Peter dates to the 13th century, but was mostly rebuilt in the 19th century, it is now grade II listed. Bourton Hall in the village is a large stone mansion house which dates from 1791, and probably stands on the site of an earlier house.
Bourton is located upon a ridge overlooking the Draycote Water reservoir. Draycote is located at the bottom of the ridge towards the reservoir. Just to the west of Bourton is the village of Frankton.