Further information on an exciting residential letting opportunity on the Godinton Estate.
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Loudon Barn is an unusual and very special property. It is located in the eastern corner of the historic parkland at Godinton House. This former agricultural barn has been converted into a spacious 4-bedroom detached dwelling, clad with oak.
Designed by Kent’s leading low energy building specialists, Conker Conservation, and constructed by sustainable builders. Underneath the traditional appearance is a building of exceptional energy efficiency, using German Passivhaus principles including triple glazed windows.
Whole house mechanical ventilation provides continuous filtered fresh air (although you can open the windows as much as you like!) which uses less energy than a light bulb to run. In addition there is solar thermal water heating and a log burning stove in the sitting-room.
Heating energy consumption should be 80% less than a typical house of the same size.
High quality, low energy light fittings and CCTV security systems are installed. High levels of daylight are provided by large windows and roof lights. The property is within the perimeter of the Godinton House parkland and is reached by a long drive from the West or North Lodge entrances both of which are on Godinton Lane, a 10 minute drive from the Junction 9 of the M20 and 15 minutes from Ashford and the International Station.