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Fri 11 May 2018

Feature Friday - Campton Court, Campton



This superb conversion of a period barn is this week's Feature Friday home. Providing the perfect combination, preserving the period character with a wealth of fine exposed timbers and adding all the convenience of an up-to-date property to form a truly outstanding home.






                              

The remarkably spacious accommodation boasts an impressive full-height entrance hall with the open gallery landing above, a large sitting room with wood-burning stove, excellent modern kitchen/breakfast room, dining room and study. The wide gallery landing provides access to all bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom has a stunning en suite shower room.

                               

From the moment you drive up to Meadow Barn you will be taken back by the location. The gravel forecourt provides access to the group of four former barns and agricultural buildings now converted to these outstanding individual residential properties. It leads to the two private off-street parking spaces and to additional parking for visitors. Integral Log Store and attached Workshop/Garden Store. To the rear of the barn is a delightful garden some 40' (12m) in depth and very well screened by low maintenance fencing. It is very attractively laid out with a paved and walled patio, steps up to the lawn, decking area and herbaceous borders imaginatively planted with ornamental shrubs and trees.

                              

Meadow Barn enjoys a pleasant rural location on the southern side of the picturesque village of Campton, which is centred around the 13th century All Saints' Church and stands on a tributary of the River Ivel in Bedfordshire close to its border with Hertfordshire. It has a number of old and interesting buildings including The Manor House, built in 1591, and an 18th century Rectory. Today, the village Consists of approximately 200 dwellings, a public house, a lower school, a village hall and a recreation ground. It has a thriving community with many clubs and societies. The property is conveniently located for easy access to the A1, A6 & M1 and the nearest railway station, Arlesey, is just 4.4 miles away. The towns of Letchworth Garden City, Biggleswade, Bedford, Hitchin and Baldock are all within 10 miles and provide a wide range of amenities including excellent shopping, schools, restaurants, pubs and leisure facilities.

                              

                              

If you would like further information about this property or would like to arrange a viewing on this stunning home please feel free to contact our sales team on (01462) 685808 or click the link here.

We look forward to hearing from you soon.

The Charter Whyman Team,