Mr Clarke thinks :
The setting is wonderful and really well connected.
Occupying a quiet and peaceful position in a quaint Warwickshire hamlet, The Barn is an exceptional Grade II-Listed barn conversion, which joyfully mixes modern country interiors and a warm atmosphere with the charming character of a timber framed barn. Internal living space spans 2,100 sq ft across two floors and set in 0.6acres of beautiful gardens with far reaching views out across the rolling Warwickshire countryside. Despite its idyllic rural setting, Warwick, Leamington, Keniwlorth, Solihull, Birmingham airport and several train stations with access to London are all reachable in under 20 minutes by car.
The downstairs space flows with effortless ease between rooms and into the garden. The country kitchen has been strategically placed to allow lots of natural light in making this a wonderful space to be with friends and family. There is a dining room, which could be used as a sitting room, large study or opened up into the kitchen (permission may be required). The large lounge is a warm retreat with wonderful views and a calm vibe.
The upper-level is divided into four bedrooms and four bathrooms; the principle bedroom suite occupies one end of the level and has a big dressing area, lots of storage and a great en-suite shower room. Bedrooms two and three are both large double rooms and have their own private bathroom. There is a family bathroom and a forth bedroom, which is perfect as a guest room, nursery, study or playroom.
Mrs Clarke loves :
I love a barn conversion. This is a wonderful home.
Externally, there is a peaceful quiet that makes this a wonderful setting to call home. The gardens are extensive, with a wonderful array of trees, lawns and spectacular bucolic views. The garden faces mainly south south-east, and benefits from stunning sunrises and mists that hang in the valley beyond. The far end of the garden is a riot of blue bells in May.
The area is renowned for its exceptional open countryside and a wide network of footpaths and cycle routes are accessible from the end of the drive. There is an excellent selection of schools within the catchment area, including Warwick School, Solihull and the Kenilworth schools.
The nearest train station to the house is Warwick Parkway, reachable within five minutes by car. London Marylebone is approximately 90 minutes from Warwick Parkway and Birmingham is within thirty minutes.
- Three words : Charming. Barn. Conversion.
Our favourite part
The garden is a peaceful green oasis.
Peaceful and picture perfect
"We need to be close to town but we want countryside."
"It must have charm but the interior must be lovely... we don't want to do any work."
"I don't want neighbours, but I want some nice people living close by."
"The garden needs to be big."
These are on our current top ten most requested factors from buyers. Luckily The Barn in Beausale ticks them all. You are super close to lots of towns but you are tucked along a quiet lane. There is lots of character but the interiors are gorgeous. There are several homes close by but not over looking The Barn. The garden is massive! This is the perfect home for the discerning home hunter and the setting is wonderful.
Beausale is a tiny little hamlet in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside. You are minutes from Leamington and Warwick in one direction, Solihull and Birmingham in another and Kenilworth in another. There are train stations that can whizz you into London in under 90mins and there is Birmingham International that can fly you across the World within a twenty quid taxi.
Waitrose is the closest supermarket in Kenilworth (although everyone gets deliveries now don't they?!)
Rural but certainly not isolated
- Closest village/town: Mousley End, Claverdon, Hatton
- Supermarket: Waitrose in Kenilworth
- Pubs: The Case is Altered for a pint, The Orange Tree for Prosecco
- Walks: Endless countryside walks with the dog from your doorstep
- Living Spaces: Living Room, Dining Room & Kitchen.
- Bedrooms: 3 bedrooms with ensuite and further generous bedroom.
- Local Authority: Warwick District Council.
- Council Tax Band: G.
- Services: Mains water & electricity. Heating is oil fired. Drainage to private system.
- Tenure: Freehold.