Newly converted five bedroom barn conversion in Greinton, near Glastonbury, Somerset
A stone built barn conversion with open countryside views, set in landscaped gardens of a quarter of an acre in a small exclusive development in the Somerset village of Greinton, between Taunton and Glastonbury
A beautifully converted, highly individual, spacious and light, natural stone barn, dating from the early 1800s with a 10-year Zurich Building Guarantee.
Mill Barn is the final barn on this exclusive development in the heart of the village at the edge of the unspoilt countryside of the Somerset Levels. It is set in landscaped gardens of almost a quarter of an acre, in the small village of Greinton, between Taunton and Glastonbury, and approached via a private roadway.
There is easy access to international airports at Bristol and Exeter via junction 23 of the M5 and mainline services are available to London Paddington at Bridgwater, Taunton and Castle Cary.
A substantial timber front door opens into an oak-floored hall, which links to the drawing room, kitchen / breakfast room, main bathroom, utility, cloakroom and a lobby leading to three of the five bedrooms.
The kitchen and utility are appointed with cream, shaker-style units and tiled splash-backs above the worktops. A Cannon, anthracite coloured, dual-fuel, double-oven range cooker and extractor hood, an integrated dishwasher and a one and a half bowl Franke stainless steel sink are included. French doors open out onto one of the patios and provide far-reaching views to the south.
Polished travertine floors and exposed oak roof timbers are also featured in the kitchen, utility and main bathroom.
The impressive drawing room features oak flooring, a wood-burning stove set in a brick fireplace with an oak mantle and an oak staircase leading up to a galleried landing supported on a row of heavy oak posts. French doors open out onto a patio to the south and onto a secluded enclosed courtyard.
The first floor has a wealth of exposed timber beams. The master bedroom has views from a south-facing window, two velux roof windows and features the original milling machinery drive shaft and wheel. The en-suite bathroom contains a chrome towel radiator, a white, close-coupled wc, pedestal wash basin and shower enclosure. Also included within this bedroom suite is a walk-in wardrobe / dressing room.
The second bedroom on this floor also has a similarly appointed en-suite bathroom a Velux roof window and a low-level south facing window.
A further three rooms on the ground floor, which also feature exposed roof timbers are available for use as bedrooms but could also lend themselves to a variety of other uses such as study or games room.
The main bathroom contains a chrome towel radiator, a white, close-coupled wc, pedestal wash basin, large shower enclosure and a bath. There are two Velux roof windows and the floor is polished Travertine.
There is underfloor heating throughout the property with a total of seven independently controlled zones. Heating is provided by a high-efficiency, condensing oil-fired boiler and all hot water is at mains pressure.
The gardens lie to the south and the west and are mainly laid to lawns with raised beds, flagstone style paths and patios and natural stone retaining walls.
A double garage with a gravelled turning / parking area with gates to the private access road is located adjacent to the main entrance.