This converted barn on Peel Hall Park is in an elevated position on the periphery of the village of Ashton Hayes.
It is one of six barns converted in 2006 by award winning developers PPLS Developments. There is underfloor heating, solid oak doors and fittings and Villeroy & Boch sanitary ware. The result is a contemporary, yet still warm and inviting, family home in a semi-rural setting.
According to estate agents Savills, the current owners have lived at Peel Hall Park since it was converted and have made some significant improvements to the property to include installation of a contemporary wood burning stove in the family room and landscaping the garden.
The development is approached from a private driveway leading to a central courtyard which has external lighting, a visitors’ parking area and residents’ garage block.
The property is laid out over three floors and is entered via a vaulted reception hall which has an oak staircase leading to the upper levels.
Across the courtyard to the front of the house is a garage with an electric door and a studio above which has a private entrance.
The studio is self contained, has a kitchen and cloakroom and is currently used as a teenage room it is however suitable for a variety of uses and would make an ideal office, gym or guest accommodation.
The property consists of:
- Reception hall
- Drawing room
- Open plan kitchen/family
- Room/dining room
- Utility room
- Laundry room
- Master bedroom with dressing area, seating area and en suite
- Four further bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- Garage with self contained studio above