A BARN conversion nestled within 2.6 acres of grounds has been brought to the market with a guide price of £1.25m.

The Carter’s Barn is a single storey property, the last in the current phase, which lies in a quiet and rural position to the south west of Tidworth and enjoys views across Salisbury Plain.

Offering contemporary, lateral living with an abundance of natural light, this four bedroom home includes character features, vaulted ceilings and a cosy – and spacious - living room with its own wood burning stove.

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All of the property’s living spaces have double doors, leading to the courtyard and rear gardens.

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Paddocks and an area of mature woodland is included within the 2.6 acres of grounds, as well as the south-facing, walled courtyard garden.

A gated private entrance leads to parking for a number of vehicles including a parking barn and garden store, providing additional security.

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Home Farm is a development of seven barn conversions and seven new homes, situated in open countryside on the edge of Salisbury Plain.

The property has been built by Dunsmere Developments. They specialise in small developments offering a variety of new build homes and bringing empty barns back to life, like Home Farm.

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Home Farm is ideally located for access to Andover, Salisbury and Winchester, as well as being close to a number of mainline railway stations.

Nikki Penman in the residential development sales team at Savills in Winchester, says: “The Carter’s Barn is, quite simply, an exceptional example of a contemporary barn conversion.

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"The developers have meticulously designed the property with the homeowner in mind, providing spaces for plenty of natural light to enter the home but not at the expense of privacy and seclusion.

"It has everything for those seeking an idyllic rural location that is well located to access larger conurbations.”

For more information about The Carter’s Barn or the second phase at Home Farm, contact Savills Winchester on 01962 834045.


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