Set within the exclusive gated Kingstanding development is Fox Lee, a bespoke barn conversion showcasing a wealth of character throughout, four double bedrooms all with private en suite and a generous garden plot. Occupying an idyllic position in the rural hamlet of Needwood, this beautifully converted barn was completed in 2019 and enjoys spacious and well proportioned accommodation finished to an exceptional standard to include oak doors throughout, under floor heating and engineered oak flooring to the ground floor, a Neptune fitted kitchen and contemporary Villeroy & Boch bathroom suites. With much care and attention paid to every aspect of the quality finish, Fox Lee offers the appeal of a character barn with the practicalities of a newly converted home.
The versatile and spacious interiors comprise briefly reception hall, dual aspect breakfast kitchen, three reception rooms and cloakroom to the ground floor, with four double bedrooms to the first floor each benefitting from a private en suite shower room. All four bedrooms also feature vaulted ceilings with exposed trusses and beams. Outside, the property benefits from private parking and generous corner plot gardens.
Boasting a fascinating history, the Kingstanding barns date back to 1700s where they were originally the royal hunting lodge for King George IV. During World War II, the area was occupied by the American military and Lancaster Bombers were refuelled nearby, inspiring the title of Fox Lee which has been given as a tribute to one of the Lancaster pilots who flew with the renowned ‘Dambusters’ 617 Squadron.