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SUPERB BARN CONVERSION WITH SWIMMING POOL.

DISCERNING homebuyers searching for a delightful Warwickshire barn conversion should consider checking out The Priory in the village of Princethorpe.

Shortland Horne's Premier and County Homes division is offering this unusual home for sale, with offers invited in the region of pounds 900,000.

The superbly converted former dairy barn and cow-byres offer a luxurious style of living including a heated swimming pool.

Paul Harper, the Kenilworth branch manager for Shortland Horne, said: "This is a very rare opportunity. It's an individual property and is everything you could ask for in a barn conversion.

"It is in the wonderful location of Princethorpe which is renowned for its college and equestrian events."

The property features an imposing reception hall with a brick feature fireplace, sitting room with an inglenook fireplace, exposed joists and beams as well as hardwood strip flooring.

There is a farmhouse style dining kitchen, that includes an Aga range cooker as well as an electric hob and oven, which is open to a conservatory overlooking the generouslysized garden and pool terrace.

The master bedroom unusually features an en-suite bathroom and dressing facility on a mezzanine floor. There are two further bedrooms, bathroom and guest toilet.

A self-contained studio with kitchenette and shower room adds an extra dimension providing a private guest suite or independence for an older child or relative.

The home is set to one side of a courtyard providing parking and access to the two garages. The home has its own private garden with a walled terrace, heated swimming pool and lawns. There are views over enclosed fields to Princethorpe College.

Mr Harper added: "The conversion has been thoughtfully completed providing 21st century living whilst recognising the history and original features that provide its unique character.

"I am convinced that this is one of the best properties of this type on the market in the south of the county at the moment."

For more information contact Shortland Horne's Kenilworth office on 01926 857595.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Jan 31, 2007
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