Single storey barn conversion in Greinton, Somerset, near Street, Glastonbury, Wells and Taunton
Four bedroom semi-detached stone built barn with quarter of an acre of land in the village of Greinton, Somerset, near Street and Glastonbury, and within reach of Bath, Wells and Taunton
This single storey, semi-detached barn conversion with clay tile roof is nearing completion.
The village of Greinton is situated just 5 miles from the towns of Street and Glastonbury with excellent schools and colleges. The renowned Millfield schools are close by as is the award winning Strode College. Both towns have a wide variety of shops and leisure facilities including Clark’s village. The county town of Taunton and the Cathedral city of Wells are also easily reached (14 miles) offering further award winning educational centers and retail outlets. There are numerous golf courses in the area, racing at Wincanton, Taunton and Bath, and County Cricket at Taunton.
The second phase of development on this particular site, the barn is one of two being converted by a reputable local company. The barn has grounds approaching ¼ acre and enjoys uninterrupted views across open fields to the south. The conversion is being undertaken to the highest standard of workmanship, with quality fixtures and fittings throughout. A 10 Year NHBC conversion guarantee will be provided with the completed dwelling.
Good use has been made of the available space and the accommodation comprises:
American style lobby housing boiler and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer
Kitchen / dining room
Drawing room with feature fireplace and southerly outlook
Master bedroom with en-suite shower room
Two further double bedrooms
Study / fourth bedroom
An oil fired balanced flue boiler provides hot water and heating to thermostatically controlled radiators. TV and telephone points are provided in all living rooms and bedrooms.
Solid aged oak flooring is to be laid in all circulation areas complimented by custom made internal oak doors fitted with black forged door furniture. A particular feature of the property is the retained exposed roof trusses throughout.
The large fitted kitchen is the central feature of the dwelling and has been thoughtfully designed to accommodate a full selection of wall and base units. A cooker and hob will be provided in addition to a fully integrated dishwasher and fridge freezer. A Villeroy and Boch double ceramic Belfast sink with solid beech worktops completes this stunning bespoke kitchen.
The barn is approached over a private landscaped roadway from the highway. A gravel driveway with gated entrance off this roadway leads to a generous double garage and parking for 4 vehicles. The property is enclosed within natural stonewalls and timber rail fencing and the gardens are to be landscaped to include flagstone paving planting borders and lawn areas.
This stunning conversion meets all the latest building control regulations, whilst retaining many original features of barn style living.
(Please note photos are of phase 1 development but are indicative of finishes to be incorporated in phase 2 conversions).