A character barn conversion in rural setting.
Ragnell Barns are a fine example of curtilage listed Grade II Model Farm barns that were converted in recent years to create five dwellings set around an attractive communal courtyard.
Originally built in the 1880s by Major West, a director of the Great Western Railway and owner of the Barcote Estate, the impressive brick buildings have created character homes set in a lovely rural setting.
The Old Stables has a traditional feel with generously proportioned rooms. The large kitchen/dining room is the hub of the house and is double aspect with a large island and an Everhot range cooker, fitted fridge, dishwasher and a traditional walk in shelved larder. Off the kitchen is the utility room with a door to the garden. The sitting room is a delightful room being double aspect with an open fireplace, wood flooring and French doors to the garden.
On the first floor are wardrobes for all bedrooms with two having en suite shower rooms and there is also a well appointed family bathroom.
Outside is a detached garage comprising a store and three open fronted bays with an internal staircase leading to the large room over with a shower room (not completed) off. The garage has its own heating system and is to be used as part of the main house and not let separately.
The property is approached by its own gated entrance which opens to the private gardens which are laid to lawn. A small paddock with a wildlife pond is shared by the residents of Ragnell Barns.
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Character living in the most wonderful rural setting with plenty of outdoor space.Huw WarrenProperty agent