A landmark country house, situated on the scenic Calcot Park Golf Course, is up for sale for £1,850,000.

Originating from a manor estate barn in the 1930s, Barton Oaks not only boasts over an acre of land and 5000 sq.ft of living space but also houses six bedrooms, four bathrooms, an Aga-equipped kitchen and five reception rooms.

According to the listing, the estate was converted from a barn belonging to the neighbouring Calcot Manor, which was built in 1755.

This country home showcases brick elevations under a clay-tiled roof and is adorned with mostly leaded windows.

The featured rooms, to the rear south-facing side, bask in sunlight all day providing a warm, inviting atmosphere as well as a picturesque view of the private garden.

No country house is complete without an impressive display of fireplaces, outbuildings and a space for prospective annex accommodation, all features of Barton Oaks.

The solicitors, Fine and Country, also describe it as a "spectacular forever home", offering buyers the chance to craft the interiors to their liking.

Adding to its country charm, the house showcases a tennis court and outbuildings previously used for stabling and storage space within its boundaries.

The property also boasts a well-equipped loft space which could potentially be converted into additional living accommodation.

Situated within Calcot's borders, this domicile provides excellent commuting possibilities with proximity to Reading Train Station and M4 Junction 12 which connects to Heathrow airport and the broader motorway network.

Listed by Fine and Country, Barton Oaks is not just a country house, but a snapshot of British history and a symbol of rustic elegance.