If your last home was a lit­tle lack­ing in panache, then this barn con­ver­sion could have you jump­ing for joy. Homes & Liv­ing took a look.

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There is plenty of space to sit out and en­joy with­out be­ing a bur­den on pre­cious time.”

A grav­elled drive­way leads off the lane to the front of the prop­erty and pro­vides plenty of off-street park­ing.

There is ad­di­tional park­ing or out­side stor­age in a sin­gle garage and an open-fronted bay.

The Barn is one of five prop­er­ties at Sex­tries Farm, a 2003 farm­stead re­de­vel­op­ment by Can­ter­bury-based builder Ro­gate, at the ham­let of Nack­ing­ton.

The cen­tre of Can­ter­bury is just three miles away.

For in­for­ma­tion ring the agent on 01227 456645 The Barn at Nack­ing­ton has the per­fect blend of open space com­bined with a prac­ti­cal lay­out, says Penny Sin­clair, of sell­ing agent Winkworth.

She says: “By the na­ture of the build­ing, an ar­che­typal barn con­ver­sion is all too of­ten a nar­row series of ad­join­ing rooms with lit­tle nat­u­ral light.

“But The Barn suc­cess­fully bucks this trend, pro­vid­ing an open and bright lay­out that flows well and em­pha­sises liv­ing space.

“In its raw and in­tended state, a barn is fun­da­men­tally an open build­ing; the new lay­out has been thought­fully de­signed to main­tain the feel­ing of open­ness as best as pos­si­ble, while still cre­at­ing dis­tinctly sep­a­rate areas and rooms.”

Penny says that peo­ple view­ing the prop­erty will be im­pressed by the flex­i­bil­ity of the lay­out, which makes the home suit­able for many re­quire­ments.

She said: “Buy­ers will ap­pre­ci­ate the flex­i­ble use for each of the rooms, as de­pend­ing upon the num­ber of bed­rooms re­quired, there’s space for a study/stu­dio, gym or cin­ema room.”

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