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Gothic arches among architectural delights at stunning former convent

Mon 22 Oct 2018

A stunning home converted from a former convent in Baddesley Clinton offers a tranquil haven in the countryside, with a National Trust property and beautiful woodland on its doorstep – yet with easy access to the motorway network.

Sacre Coeur in Rising Lane is part of a19th century building which has been praised for its historical significance by English Heritage.

The four double bedroom house offers just shy of 2,000 sq ft of living space including a vast open plan kitchen lounge dining room which opens onto a large private garden and terrace.

 A secluded monastic style courtyard with fruit trees and a fountain leads into the light, airy hall off which leads a utility room with glorious stone mullioned window, a study and a downstairs cloakroom.

Two of the four bedrooms have their own en suites, and there is also a family bathroom.

Outside are a timber garage, and two additional parking spaces.

The high spec property enjoys a handmade walnut kitchen with Miele appliances and ceramic limestone floors. Indeed, there is craftsmanship at every turn, with bespoke oversized doors and architraves and custom-made fitted wardrobes in the master bedroom.

Despite its historic provenance, the well-insulated house, nestled behind automatic gates, benefits from 21st century luxuries including air source underfloor heating, a sound system with flush ceiling speakers and an integrated TV reception system.

Sacre Coeur is available at £875,000.

"After viewing our perfect house with ehB we put our house on the market with them and it was sold within 24 hours and they helped us secure our lovely new home. ehB were competitive with their quote for selling our property and they ensured a seamless transaction enabling the chain to complete in less than 8 weeks - far quicker than we ever imagined. We would like to thank the fantastic team at ehB for all that they did to help us."
David

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