Langham Barns, Oakham

  • Langham Barns Introduction
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Langham Barns is a collection of four exclusive, luxury 2 and 3 bedroom homes in Barleythorpe on the edge of Oakham.

Now sold out, Langham Barns is a small development of four exclusive, luxury two and three-bedroom new homes in Barleythorpe near Oakham. This pretty Rutland village is located between the market town of Oakham and the village of Langham.

Langham Barns offered four contemporary styled bungalows with either two or three bedrooms. As a Larkfleet Exclusives development,  it featured the highest standard of traditional craftsmanship and outstanding attention to detail. Designed with modern living in mind, the bungalows are spacious and well laid out new homes, with top-of-the-range fittings and fixtures.

The ideal rural location of the development is within easy reach of Oakham, a charming, pretty and traditional market town with a wide range of national and independent shops, pubs and restaurants. The town is home to Oakham School, a renowned public school, as well as the well-regarded state sector secondary school Catmose College. There are also several nearby primary schools and nursery facilities.

For commuters, the Birmingham to Peterborough railway line runs through Oakham, providing links to both these cities and to Leicester, London and Cambridge. Road users are well catered for with excellent links across the country.

For further details of a new home at Langham Barns in Oakham please call 01572 722262.

Your Guarantee of Quality

We are committed to delivering not just quality homes but a quality service throughout the house-buying process – and beyond. We are covered by The Consumer Code for Home Builders which gives you a guarantee that we will deliver on our promises.

Sales Advisors

Joan Berry

Joan Berry

Naomi Sarfaty-Wells

Naomi Sarfaty-Wells

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