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Barefoot Barn

Singleborough, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK17 0RF


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Property Highlights

  • A contemporary & high specification barn conversion
  • Four double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes
  • Impressive five piece family bathroom, jack & Jill shower room & an en suite
  • Open plan & spacious living accommodation
  • Kitchen/Breakfast room, utility room, pantry & cloakroom
  • Dining/family room, sitting room & study
  • 1.69 acre plot with countryside views
  • Off street parking, further scope for development/annexe

Property description

A newly built high specification four bedroom barn conversion in 1.69 acres of land with far reaching countryside views on the edge of Singleborough village.

Barefoot Barn was built in 2020 under the guidance of a renowned Feng Shui practitioner who worked with the vendors and architect to map the energy of the barn. The home they created draws on natural energy lines to maximise creativity and flow, and the Little Greene colour palette used throughout the rooms reflects the areas of Water and Earth. The barn is clad in Siberian larch and the semi-industrial / Scandinavian aesthetic inside features exposed brickwork and exposed metal conduits, complemented by the use of high quality, sustainable products including Ted Todd wood floors and Fired Earth limestone. Eco features include two air source heat pumps which power the underfloor heating, an Osmio inbuilt filtered water system and triple glazing throughout.

Ground Floor

An oversized glazed solid wood door opens into a double height reception hall with skylight and a built-in double height storage cupboard. Opposite the front door on the galleried landing is the original cow barn gate which has been restored and glazed. A handmade plywood staircase with industrial railings and a metal hand rail leads up to the landing which has built in bookcases and a large built in storage cupboard. Underneath the staircase is a utility room that houses the electrics, and there is also a walk in pantry.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

The bespoke handmade kitchen has a comprehensive range of full height and base units, including a gadget cupboard and a pull out larder. The solid thick oak kitchen island seats six and has two Hotpoint fridge drawers, pan drawers and storage. Textural grey work surfaces incorporate a double sink. A limited edition electric Everhot Range has four ovens and an induction hob with integrated extractor. There is also a full height Fisher & Paykel fridge freezer and an integrated Siemens dishwasher.

Dining/Family Room

A particular feature of the property is the open plan triple aspect dining/family room. Open to the kitchen/breakfast room, full height glazing across a large part of the rear of the barn maximises views over the garden and the countryside beyond. There is ample space for a table to seat twelve and doors open to a paved terrace for alfresco dining. The family room has a large skylight and high window and is overlooked from the minstrels gallery on the landing


The study has Ted Todd wood floors and tilt and turn glazed doors to the garden. The room has exposed and painted brickwork and overlooks the garden and countryside beyond and is currently used as a yoga studio. This room is connected to the sitting room by a giant pocket door.

Sitting Room

The sitting room has Ted Todd wood flooring and double tilt and turn doors to the front garden. There are four wall lights and one pendulum light, and all fittings here and in other rooms are by Cox and Cox.


A hallway connecting the family room to the cloakroom has giant pocket doors at either end and one wall of this hallway has a giant blackboard. The cloakroom has a sink and a WC with concealed cistern, and an area to hang coats.

Principal Bedroom Suite

The dual aspect principal bedroom has fitted wardrobes and views over the garden and surrounding countryside. There is plumbing for a free standing bath next to the picture window if required. A pocket door opens into an en suite bathroom featuring a porcelain tiled floor with a palm leaves motif and polished plaster walls with a tree motif. There is a walk in shower cubicle with a rainwater shower head and a low profile shower tray, a washbasin with storage underneath, an electric heated towel rail, and a concealed cistern WC.

Other Bedrooms and Bathrooms

There are three further double bedrooms on the first floor. Bedroom two has views over the driveway and an ensuite bathroom with concrete effect polished plaster with a walk in shower with black crittal screen, sensor lighting, a sink with storage underneath and a WC. Bedroom three has views over the driveway and bedroom four is double aspect with views over the front and to the side garden and countryside beyond. All the bedrooms have wooden floors and built in plywood wardrobes with cork handles, and gold door handles. Bedrooms three and four have an interconnecting pocket door.

Family Bathroom

The family bathroom has picture windows and countryside views. There is a freestanding bath, a walk in/walk through wet room style shower, and a wooden work bench with a built in oversized basin. There is a pink glazed Cox and Cox pendulum light, and concrete effect polished plaster walls.

Development Room

Planning is in place to turn a versatile ground floor room adjacent to the sitting room and study into extra living accommodation and could be utilised as a fifth bedroom, cinema room, gym, annexe or home office. The double aspect room has plumbing, electrics, underfloor heating and insulation.

Plant Room

The plant room contains the whole house Osmio water filtration system, an extra water tank and plumbing for the air source heat pumps.

Gardens and Grounds

Barefoot Barn is set well back from the road and is accessed by a long driveway which leads to an extensive gravel parking area. The drive has a central cherry tree and the front door is reached by a lavender pathway with miniature weeping willows and flamingo trees. Sliding doors open out on to black limestone patios at the front and rear of the house and a side door from the kitchen opens to an organic area designed for use as a vegetable garden. The remaining garden is laid to lawn and includes a small paddock, currently inhabited by goats.


Singleborough is a small village with several historic buildings and landmarks, walking distance to Great Horwood with its 13th century St. Mary's Church, and surrounded by lovely countryside walks. The property is ideally placed for sought after prep schools and independent schools in the county including Beachborough, Swanbourne House, Stowe, Thornton and the Buckingham Royal Latin and Aylesbury grammar schools.

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