This converted barn is more than 200 years old and is now a “unique and charming” home for sale.
Hellis Barn, in Odiham, is Grade II listed and dates back to the 1800s, having originally been a farm barn.
There are period features throughout the former barn, including exposed timber beams and a deep brick-built fireplace.
The house is entered through a timber front door into a dining room with views across the garden, with an opening into the home study.
The kitchen and breakfast area includes an Aga, a range cooker and a walk-in larder, as well as space for dining.
Completing the ground floor is a drawing room with a “commanding” fireplace fitted with a wood-burning stove, a cloakroom and the rear hall, which has a galleried landing, full-height windows and exposed timber.
Upstairs, the first floor comprises three bedrooms, two of which have en-suite bathrooms and all of which have built-in storage.
On the top floor, there is a further bedroom or sitting room, which could be converted to an en-suite bathroom.
To the front of the property is a gravel driveway and detached garage with storage above.
The garage also has the potential for a home studio or office space to the rear.
The main garden is walled and includes paved terracing and pathways, an ornamental pond, a large greenhouse, and raised beds.
The property is being sold by estate agent Savills for a price of £1,450,000.
Rory McKenzie of Savills Farnham commented: “This is such a special home - a townhouse with the appearance of a rural cottage and a charming courtyard style garden, tucked away from the main thoroughfare of the high street but with all the convenience close at hand.”