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4 of the best Barn Conversions in Hertfordshire

PUBLISHED: 00:16 19 December 2010 | UPDATED: 18:17 20 February 2013

4 of the best Barn Conversions in Hertfordshire

4 of the best Barn Conversions in Hertfordshire

In keeping with the Christmas theme, in our December edition, Hertfordshire Life take a look at 4 stunning barn conversions

In keeping with the Christmas theme, in our December edition, Hertfordshire Life take a look at 4 stunning barn conversions

What: Converted Grade II listed threshing barn at Pipers Hill,

Great Gaddesden.

Inside: The usual arrangement of main living area on the

ground floor and bedrooms upstairs is reversed in this barn

to capitalise on the spellbinding views.

The first floor sitting room has an inglenook with wood burning stove,

the dining room opens onto the terrace and the designer

kitchen is a vision of Corian work surfaces, oak craftsmanship and streamlined contemporary efficiency.

On the lower level are four bedrooms and and two bathrooms.

Agent: Knight Frank, Berkhamsted.

Price : 1.095 million

What: Detached period barn in a quarter of an acre at

Tewin, a rural spot two miles north of Welwyn Garden


An award-winning builder did the conversion eight

years ago but since then its been upgraded.

Inside: Masses of space 2,500 sq ft in all with 26ft living

room, minstrels gallery, 21ft dining area, kitchen with an

Aga, master bedroom with dressing room and en suite

shower room, four further bedrooms including one en

suite and a family bathroom. Attached to the main house,

is a single storey guest annexe which doubles as an office.

Agent: Bryan Bishop & Partners, Welwyn.

Price : offers in excess of 800,000

What: Conversion of two adjoining Grade II listed 17th

century barns in four-and-a-half acres at Bury Green, a

hamlet just outside Little Hadham.

Inside: Baronial 44ft vaulted drawing room, farmhouse

style kitchen with Aga, dining room, five bedrooms, four

bath/shower rooms three en suite. The L-shaped ground

floor layout has potential for the next owners to use the

crop of smaller rooms as suits them.

Outside, theres a selfcontained studio and childrens den

above the car port.

Grounds include an orchard, pond, paddock and field.

paddock and field.

Agent: Savills, Bishops Stortford.

Price : 1.85 million

What: Converted barn in five acres at the end of a gated

private drive at Green Street, Shenley.

Inside: Plenty of space to welcome a minibus load of

guests on Christmas Day. Open plan 24ft x 20ft principal

reception room, open plan 24ft x 21ft kitchen/breakfast

room, separate utility, 17ft x 14ft sitting room or fourth

bedroom with en suite shower, three more bedrooms on

the first floor the master bedroom is 25ft and a first

floor bathroom.

The extensive grounds include a wooden stable block.

Agent: Statons, Radlett.

Price: 1.295 million


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