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.
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.”