Grade II listed barn conversion near Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire

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Four bedroom Grade II listed barn conversion with separate one bedroom annexe, set in gardens of 0.6 acres and located in a conservation area in the hamlet of Alscot, near Princes Risborough in Buckinghamshire
Offers over £1,250,000

Harvest Barn is a detached Grade II listed conversion – the original barn is believed to date back to the 17th Century.


The barn is set within the pretty hamlet of Alscot, a conservation area and no-through lane just half a mile from the local town of Princes Risborough where there is shopping for local requirements and a mainline railway station giving access to London in approx. 45 minutes.

Alscot falls within the catchment area of Aylesbury Grammar and High Schools (7 miles).

The surrounding countryside offers some wonderful walks and rides with a delightful contrast between the Chiltern Hills to the east and the vales of the Chiltern Hundreds to the west.

The conversion

The barn structure is of elm construction which gives the wood a lovely ‘honey’ colour. It was converted approximately 19 years ago to a very high standard. Both floors have good ceiling height with the upper floor having a magnificent vaulted ceiling.

There is a wealth of character throughout including stripped wood and natural stone flooring, exposed brickwork and ceiling beams.

Harvest Barn has been subject to a programme of constant updating and care.



The accommodation is well thought out and offers some remarkable rooms including:

Reception hall
Dining hall
Sitting room with direct access into garden
Study / play room
Kitchen / breakfast room with direct access into garden
Utility room
Two ground floor bedroom suites
Vaulted drawing room with inglenook and galleried study over
Guest bedroom
Family bathroom with separate shower
Master bedroom suite with vaulted dressing area and ensuite bathroom with separate shower.

The layout of the rooms offers a great degree of flexibility with the magnificent vaulted drawing room with galleried study over and inglenook fireplace being of particular note.

The reception hall of the barn is double height, vaulted and beamed, opening onto a very attractive dining hall with views over the gardens.

The kitchen is extensively fitted with distressed oak units with black granite work surfaces over, built-in appliances and breakfast area.


Outside there is a detached barn annex with sitting room, kitchen area, shower room, mezzanine bedroom, separate CH and underfloor heating.


Approached via a 5 bar gate the property is enclosed by traditional brick and flint walls leading to a double open bay garage with workshop and storage room above.

Both front and rear are mature walled gardens and grounds with well-managed and stocked borders, york stone paved walkways and attractive pond.

To the rear there is a paved terrace with a raised water feature and garden lighting, a decked al fresco dining area and vine laden pergola, fruit trees and a vegetable garden surrounded by an ornamental hedge.

In all extending to 0.6 acres.


Services include oil-fired CH, mains water and electricity, private drainage.

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