Baker Estates has breathed new life into the former Goods Shed, a century-old building which was part of the railway station in Moretonhampstead, transforming it into two stunning three-bedroom homes and a luxurious four-bedroom home.
Originally constructed in the 1890s, the Goods Shed holds a significant place in the town’s rich history. Once busy with activity, it served as a vital hub for the transportation of goods and played a crucial role in the region’s economic development.
Recognising its historical importance, Baker Estates took on the responsibility of reviving the architectural gem while preserving its original character as part of its Hingston View development.
The three homes have been thoughtfully designed to provide a harmonious balance between traditional and modern living.
Annie Williams, Sales and Marketing Director at Baker Estates said: “We are delighted to unveil the transformation of the Goods Shed into these exceptional 3 & 4-bedroom homes. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to buy into a piece of local history.
“These unique homes pay homage to Moretonhampstead's rich heritage while offering buyers a fantastic living experience. Our dedication to preserving this historical building demonstrates our commitment to sustainable development. By revitalising the Goods Shed, we have not only provided exquisite homes for discerning buyers but also contributed to the preservation of Moretonhampstead’s cultural legacy.”
Prospective buyers are invited to experience the charm and timeless elegance of these newly restored homes by calling 01647 279350 to book a viewing.
Prices start from £389,995
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