House Network Ltd are delighted to present this five double bedroom converted barn set over three floors which has a "wow factor" throughout. Set within in delightful grounds with Double Garage, Summer House and driveway parking for numerous vehicles.
The Old Barn was converted over thirty years ago from a traditional stone-built Somerset long barn. It has been completely renovated and modernised by the current owner who extended the property by adding a further floor which has garden views throughout.
The exterior of the property has retained the visual integrity of the original barn. The most striking features on approaching the facade are the two imposing stone arches, low level stone buttresses and the three oval windows. The rear aspect of the barn has the appearance of a more traditional country house.
Barn conversions can be a compromise in terms of space and location. However, this particular property offers ample space both internally and externally and its location, nestled between the old church and open fields, is exemplary.
The property briefly consists of a spacious Entrance Hallway accessed via a solid oak door with a galleried landing above. The open plan arrangement leads into an extensive Kitchen/Dining/Lounge area with a Jetmaster fire set into a brick surround. Double doors open from the dining area to the rear garden and patio. There is a large walk-in pantry leading from the Kitchen.
A rear hallway from the Entrance Hall brings you to the Family room, W.C and Utility room.
On the first floor, the open plan Galleried Landing, with its dual aspect, has doors leading to the Family Bathroom, Master Bedroom, Bedroom Two and Bedroom Three.
The Master Bedroom, with a triple aspect has an open plan En-Suite Bathroom with wet room area, two sinks and roll top bath. There is a separate enclosed W.C.
Bedroom Two also has a dual aspect with open plan En-Suite with wet room area and dressing area.
Bedroom Three is located next to the Master Bedroom and currently used as a Dressing Room.
The Second Floor Landing with two velux windows and wood/glass galleried staircase provide access to Bedrooms Four and Five, both with their own En-Suite Shower Rooms.
The property further benefits from a Double Garage with storage above, a Summer House set in well stocked gardens and driveway parking. Gas central heating and partial double glazing.
Woolverton is a small hamlet situated approximately 10 miles south of Bath and 4 miles north of the market town of Frome. The Old Barn is set down a tree-lined avenue that leads to the old church (the church itself having been converted to a private dwelling some years ago).
The property is bordered on two sides by open fields.
The villages of Rode, Beckington and Norton St Philip; all picturesque villages, between them offer post offices, village stores, delicatessen, a petrol station, two excellent primary schools and a doctors surgery. There are also several good local pubs close by including The Red Lion which is within walking distance, The Mill at Rode and The George at Norton St Philip. Woolverton is on the regular bus route between Bath and Frome. The nearby towns of Frome and Bradford on Avon offer branch line rail services to Bath, Bristol and Salisbury and the south coast and also provide all the day to day needs. The Georgian City of Bath offers extensive leisure, cultural and educational facilities together with a mainline station to London Paddington.
Private schooling is to be found in Bath, Warminster, Cranmore and Wells.
The closest golf course is at Orchardleigh House which is a 2 minute drive away.
Babington House is also a short drive away.
The property measures approximately 353.9 sq mtrs (3809.1 sq ft)
Viewings by appointment only through House Network Ltd.Entrance hall
19'7 x 17'1 (5.97m x 5.20m)lounge/kitchen area
38'10 x 17'1 (11.83m x 5.20m)pantry
7'11 x 5'6 (2.41m x 1.68m)family room
15'1 x 9'6 (4.60m x 2.90m)WCutility
8'7 x 6'8 (2.61m x 2.03m)1st floor landing
19'0 x 17'1 (5.78m x 5.21m)bedroom 1
14'3 x 17'1 (4.35m x 5.21m)en-suite 1
12'7 x 8'10 (3.84m x 2.69m)WC 1bedroom 2
14'2 x 17'1 (4.32m x 5.21m)en-suite 2
6'2 x 5'9 (1.88m x 1.74m)stairs 1bedroom 3
12'3 x 12'9 (3.73m x 3.89m)bathroom
9'11 x 5'6 (3.02m x 1.68m)stairs 22nd floor landing
17'4 x 12'3 (5.28m x 3.73m)bedroom 4
23'6 x 12'3 (7.16m x 3.73m)en-suite 4
5'11 x 12'3 (1.80m x 3.73m)bedroom 5
12'9 x 11'10 (3.89m x 3.61m)en-suite 5
5'3 x 12'3 (1.60m x 3.73m)outside
On approaching the property from the drive, you enter a wide, gravelled entrance with the property on the left hand side. There is ample room for parking/turning and space for numerous vehicles. A driveway to one side of the house leads to the Garage. This substantial building has double doors, a rear door, a mezzanine floor for storage, windows on both levels, power and light.
The rear garden enjoys a southerly aspect and is bounded by natural stone walls. There is a level lawn, numerous mature trees and shrubs and a large patio area immediately to the rear of the house. At the far end of the garden there is a summer house/studio of timber and tile construction with gravelled area to the front.
On one side, the garden enjoys a view towards the old church, which is now a private dwelling, whilst the other side and rear of the property are open fields owned by the Duchy of Cornwall.
In total, only 3 dwellings are accessed via the lane.Garage
19'8 x 17'1 (5.99m x 5.21m)summer house
15'5 x 8'11 (4.70m x 2.72m)