Ashow, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, CV8
A beautifully located barn conversion with about 27 acres of land
An attractive barn, originally dating from around 1800 and converted in 1992, with about 27 acres of land with a long frontage to the River Avon, outbuildings, agricultural barn and lovely views. Dial House Farm is subject to an agricultural limitation on occupancy. EPC Rating: F Dial House Farm is an attractive, manageable property with lovely period features and views. There are oak and quarry tiled floors, double glazed timber windows and exposed timbers. The large vaulted drawing room is the centrepiece of the house with brick fireplace, wood burning stove and timber lintel, exposed roof trusses and purlin timbers and picture windows and doors opening onto a rose pergola and benefitting from stunning views beyond. The attached garage may be suitable for incorporating into the property, subject to planning permission, or for conversion into ancillary accommodation. Kitchen with its quarry tiled floor, slate work tops, double glazed sink, integrated appliances and stable door to the garden room. There are three bedrooms (1 en suite) and wet room. Useful utility/boiler room. A tarmac drive leads to a five bar gate with separate access to the traditional outbuildings and yard. Lovely former cart shed, useful garaging/workshop with mezzanine above. Further garage and garden stores. Attractive spinney and a selection of native trees, beyond which is an enclosed steel frame agricultural building which might be suitable for conversion to residential accommodation, subject to planning consent. The land is laid to traditional pasture and meadow land, in good heart, with a long frontage to the River Avon with riparian and fishing rights. Fenced conservation area with summer house, wild flowers, mature trees and chicken run.