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Nicholls Barn,

Guide price £600,000 2,470 sq. ft.

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About the property

A well-presented barn conversion full of character, around 2470 sq ft with annexe potential, a double garage, detached home office, easy to maintain gardens and a small field, totalling just over half an acre.

Property Snapshot
  • Chantry School catchment
  • Period features
  • Annexe potential
  • Detached home office
  • Generous plot of just over half an acre
  • Easy to maintain gardens
Nicholls Barn is a beautiful former coach house which was converted by the current owners in 2000. They have cleverly retained many elements of the original character including exposed beams, trusses, stone and brickwork, adding attractive features including limestone floor tiles throughout much of the ground floor and sympathetic kitchens and bathrooms. There is a light and airy feel throughout the barn which has flexible accommodation including a ground floor bedroom and shower room which could easily become secondary accommodation with its own front door, and a detached purpose built home office. The garden is spacious and easy to maintain and leads to a small field which has direct road access.

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