Monthly Rental Of £2,750 excl. incl lawn mowing
Rural but not isolated and set in the heart of Hampshire, this newly refurbished barn sits among a small number of dwellings converted from farm buildings on a private estate.
Originally a cattle barn, this unique property, mostly set on a single level, wraps around three sides of the courtyard garden. The large entrance hall leads to a spacious open-plan kitchen with bi-fold doors opening onto an extensive terrace. There is a split-level living area with a vaulted ceiling and wood burner and separate utility room with W.C.
There are three large double bedrooms, each with an en suite shower room. In addition, there is a fourth double bedroom with en suite shower and a separate entrance, giving flexibility for use as an annexe, study or further sitting room.
The underfloor heating is powered by an air-source system, making the property extremely energy efficient.
The fully enclosed garden is laid to lawn with a large terrace and stone paths. There is parking for up to 3 cars.
Biddenfield Estate is owned and managed by a conservation charity called the Pig Shed Trust. Through a series of happy accidents, Biddenfield managed to avoid much of the agricultural intensification of the last 50 years and is still home to a wide variety of wildlife. The land is a complex mixture of ancient woodland, grassland and ex-arable fields. It is now being managed to create food and shelter for the wildlife which lives there. The old farmhouse and barns have been renovated and converted to provide beautiful homes. The rental income from them ensures that Biddenfield and its wildlife will continue to flourish, well into the future.
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