There is only 1 Plot left at the Kingstanding, Needwood barns, Plot 13 - Fereron. This property is a 3 bedroom Barn Conversion currently on the market for £450,000. With stunning views and the opportunity to create your own home, this property is perfect !
Set in a secluded position overlooking idyllic views is Kingstanding; and this collection of newly converted countryside barns
Boasting three and four bedroom newly converted rural homes, the Kingstanding Barns offer an unrivalled setting with rolling countryside views, well proportioned interiors an exceptional specification of finish available to tailor to your specific requirements.
This two storey barn benefits from the option of either separate reception rooms and kitchen, or the potential to design open plan living to suit. The front door leads into an entryway with fitted storage and a guest’s cloakroom, and plans allow for two separate living areas plus the fitted kitchen or the layout could be adapted to create open plan living to suit. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms plus an en suite and family bathroom, or alternatively, this layout could be remodelled to create two large en suite bedrooms. Outside there is shared use of the courtyard, a private lawned garden and allocated parking.
Each property is serviced by a private garden and parking as well as having the opportunity to purchase garaging and having shared use of a traditional central courtyard. There is additional visitors parking and the development is accessed via secure electric gates and a lengthy private drive shared with the additional barns. Subject to conditions and an agreeable purchase price with the vendors, there is also potential to revise the layout on some plots to suit the individual needs of the new owner.
Boasting a fascinating history, the original site and 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, and neighbouring barns have been thoughtfully the title of Shannon which has been given as a tribute to one of the Lancaster pilots who flew with the renowned ‘Dambusters’ 617 Squadron.