Barn conversion development near Oundle available through Berrys
Published April 11th, 2017
An exclusive development of four, high quality barn conversions in the village of Achurch, south of the town of Oundle, has been launched in Northamptonshire by Berrys.
This small development at Rectory Farm will include a mixture of single and two storey dwellings, each with its own gardens and garaging, with the first plot, The Dairy, now completed and launched to the market with a guide price of £795,000.
Achurch is a picturesque rural village situated on the east side of the Nene Valley, a few miles from the historic, thriving market towns of Oundle and Thrapston.
“We are delighted to be marketing this exclusive development,” said Kamil Ciesluk, agency coordinator with Berrys at Kettering
“The four high quality dwellings in the former farmyard will have shared access and we have launched a dedicated website for the development to provide information and allow people to register their interest.”
Plot 1, The Dairy, is a single storey four bedroom conversion with approximately 2215 sq ft (206m2) of accommodation and a large walled garden. This high specification, energy efficient home has now been completed and launched to the market.
Plot 2, The Grain Barn, is a five bedroom property consisting of a three storey barn conversion as well as new built single storey accommodation. The property extends to approximately 3502 sqft (326m2) and has a large south-facing garden.
Plot 3, The Stables, is a four bedroom single storey conversion with a south-facing garden in a courtyard. The accommodation extends to approximately 2172 sq ft (202m2).
Plot 4, The Hayloft, is a four bedroom conversion extending to approximately 2462 sq ft (229m2) with the majority of the accommodation being single storey. The first floor has two bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The village of Achurch is situated in open countryside and has a church. Other amenities are available in the neighbouring villages of Wadenhoe, Thorpe Waterville and Aldwincle.
The nearby town of Oundle provides an excellent range of independent shops, regular farmers’ market as well as a full range of public houses and churches. The cultural needs of the population are catered for by a small theatre, art galleries and a regular music and literature festival.
Public schools in the area include the well-regarded Oundle School as well as Oakham, Uppingham, Stamford and Kimbolton.
The neighbouring cities of Peterborough and Cambridge offer excellent shopping opportunities as well as mainline train services to London.