Nestled within the Worcestershire & Shropshire countryside, The Barns of Litley are a truly unique and rare development combining an important part of the area’s history.
These two historical assets have been remodelled by a RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) approved architect firm to bring to the market two stunning family residences that have history at their heart and high-end design and modern living in their functionality. Both properties are truly unique in that they were originally constructed as military buildings originating from RAF Bridgnorth which was constructed during the Second World War and closed down in 1963.
Set within an idyllic rural location which not only provides an exceptional backdrop, but the rare opportunity to purchase up to four acres of paddock by separate negotiation (subject to availability), perfect for those looking for equestrian facilities.
All external timbers are Siberian larch, and to maintain the fundamental character of the buildings, original windows have been restored for decorative use only, along with steel guttering and down pipes. Internally there is a wealth of exposed roof trusses with bespoke mirrors in parts to maximize light, and oversized barn doors for a bespoke finish. In addition, the properties offer all the latest functions requires for modern family living, including high speed fibre broadband, zonal underfloor heating provided by eco friendly Samsung air source system, and water treatment plants.
Blakemore, is a four bedroom detached barn offering approx. 2000 SQ.FT. of accommodation. The large recessed porch opens into the welcoming entrance lobby, laid with engineered oak flooring which continues into all bedrooms. The remaining living areas and bathrooms are laid with large porcelain tiles specially imported from Spain. The hallway offers a large cloak cupboard with lighting, a plant room housing the underfloor heating system, and a guest cloaks WC.
Maitland, is a three bedroom detached barn offering over 1400 SQ.FT. of accommodation. The welcoming entrance lobby is laid with engineered oak flooring which continues into all bedrooms. The remaining living areas and bathrooms are laid with large porcelain tiles specially imported from Spain. The hallway offers a large cloak cupboard with lighting and housing the underfloor heating system.