Originally dating back to the turn of the 19th Century and offered to the market for the first time in over 30 years, is this intriguing and unique barn conversion.
Imaginatively redesigned and converted in the 1980’s, Linhay Barn offers a wealth of charm and character, with delightful features including vaulted ceilings, an elevated galleried walkway to name a few. The property is set on just under an acre plot with a further 2.25 acre paddock directly accessed from the back of the grounds, offering scope for agricultural and equestrian facilities.
The property is accessed via a private drive located off Dunt Lane. As you enter the grounds passing alongside the original farm house, the drive sweeps past the tennis court and opens up into the courtyard parking area, suitable for multiple vehicles. As you enter the stunning converted barn, the impressive and versatile family accommodation on offer becomes fully apparent. The expansive reception area, is welcoming and inviting, with large windows, two sets of double doors, exposed wood beams and a feature fireplace, all overseen by the bespoke staircase and galleried walkway. The kitchen/breakfast room and separate utility area are situated off the reception area, providing access to both the courtyard entrance and the private gardens. There are four well-proportioned bedrooms set over the two floors, plus two further bedroom/study areas, one of which could also be used as a dressing room. Throughout the property there are three bathroom/shower room facilities, including en suites to the master and guest bedrooms, plus a downstairs cloakroom.
The gardens and further grounds are divided into multiple areas. Accessed from the kitchen and reception areas is the quiet and secluded, southerly facing, walled garden, used regularly throughout the year for dinner parties with family and friends, perfect for Al-Fresco dining. The tennis court area, located in front of the wooded area to the rear of the property, is fully functional but could easily be replaced with further landscaped gardens, a swimming pool or further parking if required. The before mentioned wooded area has a gated access leading to the 2.25 acre paddock behind the original grounds of the barn. Another notable feature is the double integral garage equipped with electric doors and plenty of storage.
The property is located in the beautiful village of Hurst which is a short distance from Twyford, ideal for train access to London Paddington which can be reached in 25 minutes. Convenience continues with easy access to the M4 and Heathrow Airport as well as being in an area renowned for its golf courses, leisure facilities, brilliant local pubs and international events such as Henley Regatta and Royal Ascot. There a number of state and private schools in the area including Dolphin, Bluecoat and Kendrick.
This picturesque barn conversion is very special, and is rarely available in this location with the added benefits and accommodation on offer. The property would be ideal for someone looking for a relaxing and quiet, semi-rural setting but with excellent amenities and access to London all very close by.
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