Two new properties designed and specified by Arcoda Architects are available soon. These stunning family homes are located at the end of a private drive off Church Lane in Grateley, set around an open courtyard that was originally Manor Farm yard and barns.
The new barns are located in a pretty, historic and unique location at the edge of Grateley village, with lovely views across open farmland and to Quarley Hill - the historic Iron Age hill fort. The barns are part of the select redevelopment of Manor Farm Yard that includes the residential conversion of the 300 year old tithe barn and the unique grain dryer, next door to the 13th Century medieval church and the Manor Farm House.
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The interiors are contemporary with timber floors and natural stone flooring, all the doors are natural wood. The kitchens and bathrooms are designed by Arcoda and sourced locally and the gardens will be landscaped. The properties have efficient under floor heating with extra thick insulated walls and double-glazing throughout. The room sizes are generous and much of the ground floor is open plan, the larger property called Noah’s Barn has 5/6 bedrooms and the smaller New Barn has 4/5 bedrooms. The accommodation is flexible to allow for further additions and alterations.
There is ample parking in the secluded courtyard with each property having garaging. Grateley Station is 1 Mile away with direct trains to Waterloo taking 80 minutes.
The barns will be ready for sale from early 2015.