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Situated in a sought-after Warwickshire location, down a private, tree-lined lane, Robin Barn is unexpectedly back on the market and sits just a stone’s throw west of the action in Henley-in-Arden, whilst offering a peaceful retreat away from busy daily life. This charming barn was converted in 2015 but has been truly brought to life since, now filled to the brim with unique features, including vaulted ceilings revealing timeless beams, exposed brickwork or tadelakt effect walls and industrial-style feature windows, creating a spectacular blend of old and new.
At the heart of the home is the kitchen, designed to encourage sociable living for entertaining family and guests. Flooded with natural light through the former coach entrance, now a fully glazed wall and door, there’s an effortless connection to the outdoors, while plenty of space for a large table means weeknight family suppers and weekend dinner parties are well catered for.
You’ll find an abundance of storage in the fresh white units, offset by black granite countertops, which combine to bring a modern touch to the space. Built-in appliances, including a fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer, make cooking and entertaining a breeze, while a full-height hidden pantry offers ample storage for provisions.
Seamlessly connected to the kitchen is the bright and airy living room, with an L-shaped design that allows for versatile use of the space. A corner log burner adds warmth and ambience in the cooler months, while dual-aspect industrial-style windows bring the outside in.
A handy downstairs WC and boot room, complete with built-in shoe storage, offers the ideal transition from muddy walks to the warmth inside, opening as it does onto a double height hallway leading upstairs.
Robin Barn offers three double bedrooms, all filled with character and charm and unique in their outlook and decor. The main bedroom benefits from a newly fitted en-suite shower room and separate walk-in wardrobe, while the third bedroom features a built-in desk and could easily be utilised as a home office space if desired. The remaining bedroom boasts a unique circular window, guaranteed to leave guests cooing.
The home is well served by a family bathroom complete with natural stone tiles, twin Mandarin Stone sinks and a black roll-top bathtub, the perfect spot to enjoy a long soak.
Decorated throughout by the hues of Farrow & Ball and William Morris, and effortlessly blending in statement pieces such as its light fittings and switches, wrought iron stair rails and solid oak floors, this home is simply paradise to those with an eye for design. Yet it does not ignore the practical needs of the modern home, offering Nest-controlled heating as well as clever storage solutions including handy loft spaces and a built-in landing cupboard.
The south-facing property boasts wrap-around courtyard gardens and a spacious slate three-car drive, cleverly separated from the house itself by three large Portuguese laurel trees, providing privacy and greenery. The rear courtyard garden in particular, directly accessible from the kitchen, is bathed in sunlight from morning until evening, making it the perfect spot to relax with friends from coffee time to cocktail o'clock. There’s an allotment area which is perfect for weekend pottering, as well as an array of planters and beds that are filled with well established flowers and shrubs.
Robin Barn is located within a small, close-knit community of barns and cottages, fostering a friendly atmosphere, with regular social events held throughout the year for those who wish to partake, either in the homes of the neighbours or at the cracking local pub, a half-mile stroll back down that tree-lined lane we mentioned. The pace of living here is relaxed, with the home surrounded by stunning countryside walks and multiple bridlepaths ready to explore from the doorstep.
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- Stunning barn conversion
- Three stylish bedrooms and two bathrooms
- Packed with design features
- Gorgeous semi-rural setting
- Tenure: Freehold
- Council Tax Band: E
- EPC Rating: C
- 1313 sq ft
- LPG gas
Beoley is one of those hidden country gems which you get to by driving along pretty country lanes, past lovely homes and find yourself in peace and quiet, but when you need a flat white you are only 20 minutes from a big town.
The village has a cracking pub, a highly regarded primary school and a lively community. There are also the other village must haves of a Village Hall and a Church. What more could you want?
So if you are a country lover then get the wellies at the ready, pull on the wax jacket and get ready for a life of rural bliss…
But if you are a city slicker who wants a slice of the country life but can’t live without Waitrose, coffee shops and John Lewis do not worry for Beoley is twenty minutes from Solihull, five minutes from motorways to whizz you off to meetings.
Alvechurch or Redditch train stations are both approx. 10 minutes drive and both stations go direct to Birmingham in 25 minutes. Warwick Parkway is 14 miles away, whilst Birmingham airport and Birmingham International station are only 17 miles away.
Rural life close to the urban action
- Post Office: 1
- Stores: M&S Food is the nearest ‘shop’ which is a 5 minute drive.
- Supermarket: Sainsburys is a 10 minute drive.
- Pubs: At the end of the Lane!!!
- Walks: Endless countryside walking to be enjoyed
- Nearest Town: Henley in Arden