Barn conversion combining period features with open-plan living.

Converted about 21 years ago, The Dairy is a charming barn conversion built of stone and brick under a slate roof. The barn combines open-plan living with period features such as beamed ceilings and exposed stone.

The front door opens into the entrance hall which leads into the impressive open-plan sitting/dining room with vaulted ceiling and open brick fireplace with wood burning stove. Adjoining the sitting/dining room, the kitchen also has a vaulted ceiling as well as a stable door to the garden, a range of base and eye level units, ESSE oil-fired range and space for appliances.

The principal bedroom, with en-suite bathroom, vaulted ceiling and exposed brick work can be found at the other end of the barn. Two further bedrooms (one of which is currently used as a dining room) can be found at this end of the barn as well as a shower room.

A space saving staircase leads up to the converted attic space, with velux windows which is currently being used as two occasional bedrooms.


To the front of the property there is off-road parking for several cars as well as a lawn area, pathway to the front door and side access to the rear of the house.

The main garden lies to the rear of the property and is mainly laid to lawn with shrubbery borders. There is a small terrace area, ideal for outdoor entertaining and a wooden store.


An active village with a population of about 1,200 situated between Stratford-upon-Avon and Banbury and split into Upper Tysoe, Middle Tysoe and Lower Tysoe. Set within rolling countryside on the edge of an escarpment and within the Vale of the Red Horse.

Tysoe is on the borders of South Warwickshire and North Oxfordshire. Village facilities include a Norman church, post office, village store, doctor's surgery, hairdressers and beauty parlour, C of E primary school, playing fields, tennis courts and a public house. Golf at Brailes, Tadmarton and Rye Hill.

Further facilities and amenities are available at Stratford-upon-Avon and Banbury. M40 motorway (J12) is just 8 miles away and (J11 Banbury) 10 miles away. There are regular rail links into London Marylebone from Banbury in under an hour.

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Other features

  • Detached barn conversion.
  • Situated in the popular village of Tysoe.
  • Combines open-plan living with period features.
  • Well-proportioned accommodation throughout.
  • Off-road parking.
  • Good sized rear garden.
  • Spacious sitting room with fireplace housing a wood burning stove.
  • Principal bedroom with en-suite.

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Ref: BNY200132

Home Farm Barns, Sandpits Road, Tysoe Warwick CV35

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Ref: BNY200132

Home Farm Barns, Sandpits Road, Tysoe Warwick CV35

Guide Price