An exceptional conversion of a period barn providing wonderful living space in a beautiful rural setting.
Ragnell Barns are a fine example of Listed Grade II Model Farm barns. Built in the 1880's by Major West, a director of the Great Western Railway and owner of the Barcote Estate, the impressive brick built buildings were designed for housing livestock as well as the storage of corn and fodder. It is believed that part were also used for accommodation for some of the estate workers.
The Threshing Barn is an imposing dwelling providing light and spacious accommodation over two floors. Converted to a high standard the finish includes:
Oak flooring and internal doors
Spacious kitchen/breakfast room with limestone flooring Kitchen appliances including fridge/freezer and dish washer, range of cupboards and island unit with oak work surfaces Fitted wardrobes to all bedrooms
Quality sanitary ware
Large outbuilding with scope for ancillary accommodation
High speed fibre broadband available for connection
Mains water and electricity are connected. Private drainage system. Oil-fired central heating.
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It is so rare to find such a wonderful conversion of a spacious barn surrounded by beautiful open countryside away from busy roads.Huw Warren