***WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR*** One of four imaginatively conceived and thoughtfully executed barn conversions set in beautiful Downland surroundings beneath the North Wessex Downs and White Horse Hill.
Barn 4 echoes the timber clad theme, yet in a different and very individual style, this sizeable detached barn provides 6 bedroom accommodation on an impressive scale. Open plan living space with vaulted ceiling and a stylish modern kitchen. Glazed folding doors to the southerly garden. Ensuite shower room to the principal bedroom. Guest bedroom with ensuite shower room. Two further bathrooms. Parking for two cars.
Petwick Farm Barns are each of a unique design and converted from individual farm buildings. Their design cleverly retains the style and character of the location whilst imbuing a revived sense of contemporary style with modern touches and features, to create the perfect combination of specification and location for 21st century country living.
Each barn provides versatile family living in accommodation ranging in size from three to six bedrooms, across a range of layouts and visual styles. The living spaces feature high vaulted ceilings and glazed panels, maximizing the feeling of light and space. In the two larger barns, mezzanine landings further enhance their individuality, setting these stunning properties apart and highlighting their contemporary design.
Nestling in a rural location in the heart of the Vale countryside, this superb location is very conveniently placed for access to both road and rail links to London, Swindon, the A34 and M4.
Situated just off the A417, Petwick Farm Barns are conveniently placed west of the market town of Wantage. This is steeped in history through its association with King Alfred the Great and offers a comprehensive range of amenities including major high street retailers, supermarkets, leisure and recreational facilities as well as the weekly market in the square. Further information on the town can be found at
Wantage is well provided for schools, both at primary and secondary level and there are a number of excellent public schools within the area. There are has excellent road links to the A34 via the A417, which in turn leads north to Abingdon c.10 miles, Oxford c.17 miles (M40) and to the south (M4) J14 c.9.4 miles. Didcot is situated to the east and provides a main line rail service to London (Paddington c.45mins).
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