Churn River Barn, Latton, Wiltshire


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  • Bedrooms: 4
This fine home retains the original period features and blends perfectly with many interior contemporary design finishes, creating a very stylish and comfortable home.

The characterful accommodation is arranged over three floors providing a good degree of flexibility. The focal point of this

stunning barn is the main reception hall with a bank of high glazing through which a central door opens into this light living

environment that is enhanced by a full height ceiling with exposed beams, dressed stone walls and landing with glazed balcony. This flexible space currently creates a dining area and sitting room with a wall mounted inset wood burner and TV. Solid Oak flooring flows through to the home office; a beautiful room with exposed stone, bespoke fitted library and also French doors leading out to the side courtyard garden.

Adjoining the reception hall is an open plan kitchen which has been recently refitted with a wide range of midnight blue units and

contrasting white corian worktops including a breakfast bar for casual dining, central island with sink and fully integrated Miele appliance package. A step leads up to the utility room fitted with matching units, an integrated coffee machine and plumbing for washing machine and also housing the boiler. An oak door hides a modern fitted shower within the utility.

A stunning addition to this home is a beautiful green oak frame garden room with vaulted ceiling and glazed elevations that take full advantage of the far-reaching open views. To the far end a West Fire Scandi stove, bi-fold doors open out onto the paved terrace - the ideal outside dining space.

Also to the ground floor a large bedroom that has been converted to a fully fitted cinema room with tiered seating for nine people, high definition Sony projector with seven speaker surround sound.

The galleried landing provides a great position to stop and enjoy the wonderful character of this barn.

Master bedroom with French doors opening out onto a small balcony which affords these wonderful open views, bank of

built-in wardrobes and en-suite shower room with vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, twin sinks and WC. Double guest bedroom with dressed stone wall and vaulted ceiling. A further double bedroom with built-in wardrobes, glazed balcony and integrated desk. Family bathroom with modern design white suite, basin with storage unit, WC, bath and separate shower.

A formal staircase from the first floor landing leads to the second floor attic room with exposed beams, a flexible space currently utilised as a gym.

The large private garden leads down to the infant river, predominantly laid to lawn with planted borders, mature trees,

a decked area for outside dining and a gazebo with lighting and power, perfect for outside entertaining. Timber stable buildings and electric gated access to the driveway with ample parking and a triple garage.

Gas fired central heating feeds radiators with separately controlled underfloor heating to the garden room. Sensor lighting system throughout the property, remote electric garage doors and an electric car charging point. Power and lighting to the garden.

Private drainage system. Freehold offering vacant possession upon completion and no onward chain.

Nearby Cricklade is a busy town with a strong community. It has two schools, medical facilities, good range of day to day shops, and a variety of pubs and restaurants. Swindon lies nine miles to the south with easy access to the M4 and railway station (London Paddington under an hour). Seven miles to the north is the attractive market town of Cirencester.

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Moore Allen - Sales

33 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire

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