- 5 bedrooms
- 5 bathrooms
- 3 reception rooms
- Careful crafted and stylishly presented throughout
- Additional detached two bedroom mill store (rented at Â£1250/mth)
- Over 5,500 sq ft of accommodation including the detached cottage
- Vast open plan living
- Hand made bespoke kitchen
- Five bedrooms (three en suite)
- Excellent alfresco entertaining spaces
- Further land available by separate negotiation
- Virtual matterport tour available
Description Stunning Grade II listed barn conversion with two bedroom cottage.
The Barn is located in a rural but not isolated position in the village of Oakhanger which has a pub, church and village hall. Oakhanger is close to other pretty villages including Binsted and Kingsley with village shop/Post Office.
The market towns of Farnham and Alton both offer a wider range of shopping, cultural and recreational facilities.
There are a variety of good schools in the area including Kingsley Montessori, Binsted and Bentley village primary schools, Highfield, Edgeborough, Frensham Heights, Alton Convent, Lord Wandsworth College and Bedales.
There are mainline stations at Bentley and Alton (from about 1 hour) and Farnham (from 53 minutes) both providing a service to London Waterloo. The A31 provides fast access to the A331, M3 (Junc. 5) and the national motorway network as well as Heathrow, Gatwick and Southampton airports.
Directly accessible from The Barn are walking, riding and cycling opportunities across the South Downs National Park, Shortheath Common, Alice Holt Forest and Frensham Ponds.
The Barn is a Grade II listed former active farm barn and corn store which has been superbly converted into a magnificent family home with over 4000 sq ft of accommodation in the main house.
Throughout the finish is of a very high standard with many of the Grade II listed period features, including the beautiful original vaulted oak beams, having been carefully renovated to create an outstanding, unique home. The oak finish continues across the property with all doors, window frames and the kitchen blending in seamlessly.
The front door brings your directly into the vaulted 'great hall' living space with a generous area for seating set before a 21 kilowatt log burner. There is also an area for dining with doors on either side giving access to the garden and terrace.
Adjoining the living space is a boot room, which connects to a laundry room and further connects to a cloakroom. From the cloakroom there is access back into the main barn.
The kitchen is open to the great hall and is fitted with bespoke hand crafted, hand painted kitchen cabinetry with oak worktop and breakfast bar seating.
There are built in appliances including built under fridge and freezer, two dishwashers, a Lacanche range oven and American fridge/freezer. Adjoining the kitchen is a walk in larder.
Throughout all of the living space is a handsome stone floor, which is very much in keeping with the barn's history and is fitted with underfloor heating.
From the dining space and via a step up there is a study area, which flows through to a secondary sitting room with log burner.
A glazed link connects the barn to the former corn store which has been converted to house four bedrooms and three bathrooms (two which are en suite).
The master bedroom is accessed via its own stairway from the study on a mezzanine level and has a view that overlooks the main living space and a bathroom located on the ground floor with a separate walk in shower. All the bathrooms very well presented.
To the rear of the property there is a boiler room, housing the two mains gas boilers and water tank. Throughout, the lighting is managed by a Wise Box system, a the heating is controlled by a Honeywell Evohome system, and all the windows are triple glazed. There is fibre broadband wired to the property.
The Barn is accessed via a long gravel driveway which arrives at an area of private parking.
The front garden has been formally planted with raised beds which creates a grand arrival in front of the converted barn.
On the eastern side of the barn there is level area of garden laid to lawn and a raised decked terrace.
On the south western side of the barn there is a walled area of garden, which is a perfect setting for alfresco entertaining with an area of low seating set around a fire pit and also a raised area of decking as a dining area.
Accessed via the drive is a workshop within one of the original farm out building's
The former Mill Store has been thoughtfully converted to excellent secondary accommodation. Comprising a comfortable living area and kitchen with two bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor. The Mill Store is currently let on an assured shorthold tenancy at a rent of Â£1,250 per month and therefore can either be an investment of available for the owner's use.
Square Footage: 4198 sq ft View more View less