Eastbury, Hungerford, Berkshire

£800,000 Sold Subject to Contract
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Property Description

  • Barn conversion
  • Original features
  • Gated entrance
  • Three receptions
  • Galleried landing
  • Granite dual aspect kitchen
  • Log burner
  • Garden home office
  • Village public house
  • M4 junction (14) circa.4 miles

***VIDEO TOUR*** An impressive barn conversion that has been sympathetically converted around 20 years ago and still retains many of the original features. It has benefitted from a total refurbishment in the last few years, by the current owners.

Situated within the heart of the pretty village of Eastbury, The Barn, is situated opposite the pretty stream and church, this idyllic setting benefits also from two public houses and the M4 motorway junction within a 10 minute drive.

The property consists of kitchen/diner, lounge, galleried entrance hall, W.C, study and dining area. On the first floor, you will find Four double bedrooms, master with en-suite, family bathroom and storage. Outside of The Barn is ample driveway parking, wood stores, outside kitchen, garden office and generous rear garden. Electric timber gates open onto the driveway. Double doors lead into the large entrance hallway, with double height space to the rear and semi-open plan dining space to one side. The dual aspect living room has high ceilings, a log burner and doors to the garden. The kitchen also spans front to rear, has granite tops, a breakfast bar and a door to the garden. A further small reception/study/extra bedroom is off the hallway along with a cloakroom. On the first floor the main bedroom has built in wardrobes and en-suite. There are three further good sized bedrooms and main bathroom. Externally the gravel driveway has ample space for a number of vehicles, along with a bin store and oil tank. Side access leads to the rear, with a courtyard spacing the rear, steps lead up to an expanse of lawn. A home office, patio and pizza hut all sit along the top ridge of the garden enjoying views back to the house and hills beyond.

Off the beaten track is the hidden gem that is Eastbury, in an area of ‘Outstanding Natural Beauty’. Just a mile from the famous horse racing yards of Lambourn and amazing walks and views over the breathtaking downs, overlooking our beautiful valley.

The population of the village of Eastbury is currently around 265 and Eastbury is a typical downland village in the Lambourn Valley of the Racehorse. Barretts Farm now Charleston Place was formally the second racing yard in Eastbury in 1930. The Barn was the original hay and food store for the racing yard until in 2000 when it was converted into a private dwelling. The Barn overlooks the River Lambourn which is a Special Scientific Interest Chalk Stream which rises in the village of Lambourn. There is also a gastro pub and active village hall and is close to the local shops in Lambourn. It is conveniently located for access to the M4 at junction 14 (5 miles) and for train services to London via Hungerford ( 8 miles ).

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