Troopers Barn is part of a luxury development of just five converted barns situated in this desirable rural location. The conversion was carried out by highly respected local builders Johnson & Johnson, renowned for their attention to detail and use of reclaimed materials of the highest quality.
The approach to Troopers Barn can be from either the front or the back. To the front courtyard access be gained from where a car parking space belonging to Troopers Barn is located. A private pathway leads from here, through the large front garden and to double doors giving access to the internal accommodation via the entrance hall. The main vehicular entrance is sited to the rear, set behind a five bar wooden gate which opens into the large gravelled driveway. This provides private parking for approximately eight vehicles as well as two further vehicles within the adjacent detached double garage.
Once inside the superb quality finish is immediately apparent. The impressive entrance hallway is bright, spacious and provides a central hub for the downstairs accommodation. There is underfloor heating in here and every room throughout the property.
A triple aspect room, the breakfast kitchen is fitted with a range of bespoke handmade units with eye catching granite worktops. There are a number of appliances that are fitted and would remain including; the fridge/ freezer, dishwasher and Aga Range style cooker with extractor hood above. There is space for a large breakfast table and chairs.
Immediately next to the kitchen from the hallway is a separate utility/boot room. This is a really useful space with additional sink; plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier. Even the utility room is visually pleasing with an original fireplace left exposed.
The large reception room offers space for a sitting area centred around a most striking carved stone fireplace with inset multi-fuel burner. This coupled with the exposed ceiling beams keeps the characterful feel that you would expect from a barn conversion and makes even a large room like this feel warm and homely. Open to the dining area with windows on both sides and doors that open to both the front and rear gardens, really connecting the outdoors.
Finally on the ground floor is a cloakroom with W.C. This also houses the linen cupboard and provides additional storage space under the stairs.
A staircase rises to the first floor landing which is split level and is particularly wide giving the option of housing a desk.
The master bedroom is a generous size, having a small dressing area before opening up into the main bedroom which has fitted wardrobes, Velux windows and exposed beams. There is an en-suite shower room comprising; double width shower with rainfall shower head, W.C. basin and heated towel rail.
Bedroom two is another good size with Velux windows enjoying views to both sides. There are also fitted wardrobes in here and an en-suite but this time with a rolltop bath tub. Bedroom three is slightly smaller although a double bed has been previously fitted, before its current use as an office. Finally there is a guest shower room with W.C. basin and heated towel rail.
Troopers Barn sits in the hamlet of Chadshunt adjacent to a large country estate where the ancient All Saints Church dates back to the 12th Century and lies at the centre of areas of important historical interest and around fine opportunity for walking and hiking along a network of foot and bridal paths that crisscross South Warwickshire and the North Cotswolds.
Located in South Warwickshire and close to the Gaydon junction of the M40 there is easy access to all the commercial and cultural centres via the motorway network. There are mainline railway stations at Leamington Spa, Warwick Parkway and Banbury, providing a direct line to London. A full range of state, grammar and public schools are to be found within traveling distance.
Gaydon: 1.5 miles, Kineton: 1.5 miles, M40 (Junction 12): 2 miles, Royal Leamington Spa: 11 miles Stratford-upon-Avon: 13 miles, Banbury: 12 miles. Banbury to London Marylebone Railway Station takes approximately 54 mins.
There are gardens to the front and rear, both of which are landscaped and have been carefully maintained. The large private front garden is set in a superb central courtyard and is mainly laid to lawn with paved pathways and hedged borders. The rear garden has a stone patio being ideal for alfresco dining. There is a large lawned area with central planting of low level box hedging and some tall privacy boundary hedging.
Garage and Parking
There is a detached double garage at the rear of the property. This is a true double garage with no partition internally and has a fully boarded loft space with hatch and drop down ladder providing ample storage space. In front and around the garage is a gravelled driveway providing parking for up to eight further vehicles. Beyond the rear garden is an additional private parking space.
The property offers mains water and electricity connections, drainage is by way of a private drainage connection. Fiber connection is now available subject to contract. There is an underfloor air source heating system by Stiebel Eltron installed.
There is a service charge of £25.00 per month payable to the residents association. This is for the upkeep of the private road and the maintenance grounds and sewage system.
Stratford on Avon District Council