- Substantial barn conversion
- Large rectangular lawn garden
- Option for a paddock
- Off-street parking
- Edge of village
- Walking distance to school, shop and pub
- Excellent walking, riding, cycling
- Convenient location
- Junction 14 M4 6 miles
- Recently refurbished
Property SummaryA substantial recently refurbished barn conversion with a large lawn garden and off-street parking, situated to the edge of village and in walking distance to the school/shop/pub. Newtons Barn is attached to the neighbouring property. Option for a paddock.
A substantial, recently refurbished Grade II listed barn conversion with a large lawn garden and off-street parking, situated to the edge of village and in walking distance to the school/shop/pub. Newtons Barn is attached to the neighbouring property. There is an option for the adjacent paddock by separate negotiation.
Having been recently refurbished the property is in excellent condition throughout, whilst retaining many of its features. The property provides a blank canvas with the two principal rooms on the ground floor being suitable for a number of uses to suit the occupier.
Newtons Barn is set amongst a cluster of other houses. Access to the property is via a shared gravel drive/courtyard. There is ample off-street parking to the side of the property, also providing vehicular access to the large front garden and paddock beyond (if acquired).
Access into the house is through a large set of Oak framed glass doors. There is both an external and internal porch, which leads into a large double aspect 'sitting' room with high ceilings and stone floors (under-floor heating via central heating). There are double glazed doors which lead out to the large lawn garden and terraced area.
Adjacent to this room is the open plan kitchen/diner/family room. There is a newly installed kitchen with fitted units, electric oven (with hobs over). There are stone floors throughout (under-floor heating via central heating). . There are a set of double glazed doors leading out to the garden and terrace area.
Through the family room are two double bedrooms, both with fitted cupboards. Sitting between the two double bedrooms is a WC and bathroom (with shower over).
Adjacent to the kitchen area there is a staircase up to a double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and dressing room beyond.
Externally parking is to the side of the house. There is a large rectangular flat lawn garden in front of the house, this can be accessed through the sitting room or the family room or to the side of the property. There is a paddock immediately beyond this which could be acquired via separate negotiation.
Baydon is a popular and conveniently located village set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There is a wealth of cycling, riding and walking opportunities in the area, whilst being conveniently located with good access to both Junction 14 (6 miles) and Junction 15 (7 miles) of the M4. The village has an excellent primary school, a village shop, The Red Lion Pub and a church as well as various clubs and groups. There are a good selection of places to eat out in the vicinity.
Mainline Railway Stations to London Paddington from either Hungerford (9 miles) or Swindon (11 miles).
Lambourn (3.5 miles) has a wide range of shops including, Co-Op, Post Office, Butchers, Doctors surgery, Dentist, Vets, Barbers, Hairdressers, various eateries,
The Market town of Hungerford (9 miles) has extensive shopping and a larger Tesco store. The market town of Marlborough (10 miles) has a Tesco and a Waitrose and extensive shopping.
Importantly the property lies within the St John's Secondary Marlborough (Ofsted outstanding) catchment area with a pick up and drop bus service provided from Baydon.
Pinewood Preparatory School is circa 9 miles
Services - Oil Central Drainage, Mains Drainage, Mains Water and Electricity.
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