Elderberry Barn, Lower Seagry


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  • Bedrooms: 4

A rare opportunity to purchase a most interesting conversion of a former cow byre in the mid 1990's, located in a delightful semi-rural setting, amid gardens and paddocks approaching 1.3 acres. The versatile and well proportioned interior is arranged over two floors, although the principal accommodation is on the ground floor compromising a hallway with cloakroom and a delightful sitting room with vaulted ceiling and a period style fireplace with wood burning stove. A door from the sitting room opens into an inner hallway with two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Ladder stairs lead up to an occasional attic room with a useful en suite cloakroom. A particular feature of the barn is a bright and spacious kitchen which opens to a south facing conservatory, making an excellent dining area. There is a useful study/bedroom four with a shower and basin together with an mezzanine bed deck. The property is approached over a long gravel driveway with ample parking and turning space. To the front of the barn is a south facing courtyard with paved and gravelled areas interspersed with pathways and a host of cottage style planting. To the right of the drive are two stables and a tack room with power, light and water. A five bar gate opens into an orchard which has a summerhouse, raised vegetable beds, a greenhouse and a gate here leads into the paddock.


Seagry is a charming village split into Lower and Upper Seagry and situated in the south Cotswolds and is rare in having amenities within the village. In addition to the Church, public house and school, the village is well provided for with a Village Hall. More comprehensive amenities can be found in the nearby towns of Chippenham (5 miles) to the south or Malmesbury (4 miles) to the north. Malmesbury is a thriving, pretty town offering a wealth of buildings of architectural interest, including its ancient Abbey, whilst also having a wide range of shops, a Waitrose, award winning schools and leisure facilities. Early tributaries of the River Avon pass around the town, and pretty walks and the countryside are close at hand. There are public transport services and good road links to the larger towns of Cirencester, Swindon, Bath and Bristol, whilst the Junction 17 of the M4 is only three miles south. Trains from Chippenham (5 miles) and Kemble (8 miles) link with London Paddington


Tenure: Freehold

EPC Rating: E for the Barn: Annex D.

Council Tax Band: E for the barn. Band A for the annex

Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. There are separate oil boilers and tanks supplying the barn and annex.

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