Farm barn conversion with “gardener’s dream” grounds ready for new owner

The former barn is on the market for £650k.

By Chloe Shakesby   |   Property writer   |
Wednesday 29th June 2022 3:27 pm
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The house was converted from a barn in 1982. (Sam Chivers Property )

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This former barn that was converted into a four-floor home with “gardener’s dream” grounds has been brought to the market for £650k.

Manor Farm Barn, on Church Street in Radstock, was part of the 1800s Manor Farm estate, with the main farmhouse now acting as a residential care home.

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The former barn comes with outbuildings including a garden room, a summer house and a store room. (Sam Chivers Property )

The barn was originally used as a lower coach and cart house according to a Historic England listing, until it was converted into a home in 1982.

Now a semi-detached house, the property has four reception rooms, including a day room, main lounge, dining room and conservatory.

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The house contains four reception rooms as well as four bedrooms. (Sam Chivers Property )

It also boasts three double bedrooms, an entrance reception, a shower/cloakroom, a utility boot room and a family bathroom, as well as a self-contained one bedroom apartment within the property.

The apartment comprises the bedroom, an en-suite bathroom, and an open plan kitchen/lounge which is currently used as an office.

Outdoors, there is a patio area, summer house, garden room, store room, vegetable plot and pergola as well as lawns and mature planting, all spanning approximately half an acre and described by the agents as “a gardener’s dream”.

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The pergola is one of the many perks of the gardens. (Sam Chivers Property )

The former barn is being marketed by Sam Chivers Property and is for sale for £650k.

Sarah Fear of Sam Chivers said: “We are delighted to be marketing this beautiful home, it’s sure to impress all that view.”

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