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High Penn, Calne, Wiltshire, SN11

5 bedroom barn conversion in Calne

Guide price £725,000 Freehold

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Done to a really high specification, this is a lovely family home, perched on the top of a hill with far reaching views over the surrounding countryside yet within striking distance of amenities.

Dating back to the early 1900's, the barn was converted back in 2005 into a most attractive single storey detached family home. It sits in small development of just three other conversions and the former farmhouse, approached over a smart gravel driveway leading to its own private courtyard.
The Long Barn has a beautifully designed open plan kitchen / dining room with doors to the garden, as has the drawing room so that on summer days the house and terrace flow together.
At the far end of the property is a large covered and open fronted barn, perfect sheltered parking but also with potential for conversion into extra living space.

AT A GLANCE
Entrance hall
Drawing room
Open plan kitchen / dining room
Utility room
Inner hall
Master bedroom with ensuite shower room
Guest suite with ensuite shower room
Bedroom three / study
Bedroom four / dressing room
Bedroom five
Family bathroom room

Outside:
Large gravel driveway enclosed by wall and gates
Covered barn with plenty of parking
large landscaped rear garden with paved terrace, lawn and herbacious borders

SERVICES
Oil fired under floor central heating
Wiltshire Council Tax Band G
EPC Band D

Directions
From Devizes, head down Dunkirk Hill (A342) towards Chippenham and at the top of the next hill, turn right towards Calne on the A3102. Go through Calne, turning right onto Oxford Road and carry on to High Penn. Turn right up the farm track and, keeping left at the fork, continue up to the top where Long Barn will be found at the very end.

Location
High Penn is a tiny hamlet just outside Calne. Set peacefully away from busy roads it is in a world of its own. However, there is a new supermarket at the bottom of the hill and the town is within a couple of miles where there is a range of shops and facilities. The Market towns of Devizes and Marlborough are both around ten miles away for a wider range of amenities. There is excellent schooling within both the state and private sectors all around including St Margaret's and St Mary's actually in Calne and Marlborough and Dauntsey's easily within a daily commute.
There is an M4 junction as well as a mainline station at Chippenham (around eight miles) with a regular service into Paddington in just over an hour.
This part of Wiltshire is home to several good golf courses, wonderful riding, walking and cycling opportunities and many sports clubs, festivals and annual events.

Inside Devizes

from a local eye view

In the area

"Sitting between Salisbury Plain and the Vale of Pewsey, Devizes is a pretty market town offering beautiful Georgian architecture, tranquility and a friendly community feel. With so much going on in the town there is something for everyone, including the amazing Devizes Arts Festival starting in June, many outdoor celebratory arts events such as the amazing confetti battle, street carnival, street performing arts and many more. Devizes has a beautiful Art Deco cinema which features all the latest live streamings from the National Theatre and Royal Opera House, as well as an Amateur Theatre situated on the edge of the canal at Devizes Wharf. There are many walks along the canal as well as in community woodland, all within a few minutes' walk of the centre. With good transport links and rail stations within a 20 minute drive, Devizes is accessible for all."

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Gallery

Done to a really high specification, this is a lovely family home, perched on the top of a hill with far reaching views over the surrounding countryside yet within striking distance of amenities.

Dating back to the early 1900's, the barn was converted back in 2005 into a most attractive single storey detached family home. It sits in small development of just three other conversions and the former farmhouse, approached over a smart gravel driveway leading to its own private courtyard.
The Long Barn has a beautifully designed open plan kitchen / dining room with doors to the garden, as has the drawing room so that on summer days the house and terrace flow together.
At the far end of the property is a large covered and open fronted barn, perfect sheltered parking but also with potential for conversion into extra living space.

AT A GLANCE
Entrance hall
Drawing room
Open plan kitchen / dining room
Utility room
Inner hall
Master bedroom with ensuite shower room
Guest suite with ensuite shower room
Bedroom three / study
Bedroom four / dressing room
Bedroom five
Family bathroom room

Outside:
Large gravel driveway enclosed by wall and gates
Covered barn with plenty of parking
large landscaped rear garden with paved terrace, lawn and herbacious borders

SERVICES
Oil fired under floor central heating
Wiltshire Council Tax Band G
EPC Band D

Directions
From Devizes, head down Dunkirk Hill (A342) towards Chippenham and at the top of the next hill, turn right towards Calne on the A3102. Go through Calne, turning right onto Oxford Road and carry on to High Penn. Turn right up the farm track and, keeping left at the fork, continue up to the top where Long Barn will be found at the very end.

Location
High Penn is a tiny hamlet just outside Calne. Set peacefully away from busy roads it is in a world of its own. However, there is a new supermarket at the bottom of the hill and the town is within a couple of miles where there is a range of shops and facilities. The Market towns of Devizes and Marlborough are both around ten miles away for a wider range of amenities. There is excellent schooling within both the state and private sectors all around including St Margaret's and St Mary's actually in Calne and Marlborough and Dauntsey's easily within a daily commute.
There is an M4 junction as well as a mainline station at Chippenham (around eight miles) with a regular service into Paddington in just over an hour.
This part of Wiltshire is home to several good golf courses, wonderful riding, walking and cycling opportunities and many sports clubs, festivals and annual events.

Live like a local

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"Sitting between Salisbury Plain and the Vale of Pewsey, Devizes is a pretty market town offering beautiful Georgian architecture, tranquility and a friendly community feel. With so much going on in the town there is something for everyone, including the amazing Devizes Arts Festival starting in June, many outdoor celebratory arts events such as the amazing confetti battle, street carnival, street performing arts and many more. Devizes has a beautiful Art Deco cinema which features all the latest live streamings from the National Theatre and Royal Opera House, as well as an Amateur Theatre situated on the edge of the canal at Devizes Wharf. There are many walks along the canal as well as in community woodland, all within a few minutes' walk of the centre. With good transport links and rail stations within a 20 minute drive, Devizes is accessible for all."

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