A wonderful opportunity to purchase a beautifully presented barn conversion with two self contained apartments within the grounds.
Walnut Tree Barn is a beautifully presented and natural stone detached barn conversion with south east facing views over farmland to the rear.
The property was essentially rebuilt in 2011, under the guidance of the current owners. The well-appointed accommodation consists of large reception entrance hall with staircase to landing and double glazed French Doors to rear garden. Off the hall is a cloakroom with a white suite. The very spacious kitchen/dining room has a smart range of pale green shaker style base and wall cupboards with oak work surfaces, oil fired aga range and two sets of French Doors onto the rear garden. The large, family sized lounge has a log burner in the feature fireplace and again two sets of French Doors leading out to the rear. The ground floor master bedroom is also very spacious and has an en-suite dressing room and bathroom with a separate shower enclosure in addition to the double ended bath. A utility room has a number of fitted cupboards and a door to the driveway and off this is a useful shower/plant room with a white suite of shower cubical and low level WC plus the oil fired central heating boiler and large pressurised hot water cylinder.
At first floor level bedrooms two and three are also an excellent size and have built in double wardrobes and Velux windows to the rear. Together they share a family bathroom and there is also a study
ursery and a box room.
Adjacent to the barn are two separate ground floor self-contained apartments that generate an income which could either be long term assured shorthold tenancies or holiday use. The larger of the two would make an ideal annexe for an elderly relative. To the front and rear of the property are a good range of outbuildings including a long workshop/shed (which has the potential to become another self- contained apartment). There is a log store, field shelter plus a den and tack room. Double gates either side of the barn lead into the large rear garden which is laid mainly to lawn and walled.
Amenities Crudwell is a thriving village close to the Wiltshire Gloucestershire border on the A429 between Cirencester and Malmesbury. It has excellent links to these towns together with Tetbury and is within easy commuting distance of the M4 (J17) and Kemble main line station (4 miles) with intercity services via Swindon to London and via Gloucester to the north. The village has a hotel, 2 pubs, the Rectory a restaurant listed in the Good Food Guide, together with a primary school and Parish Church.
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