Latton, Swindon, Wiltshire
- Detached period conversion
- Grounds extending to 0.7 acres (0.275ha)
- Separate detached two bedroom annex
- Stunning kitchen with Aga
- Garden room with lantern roof light
- Four bedrooms and three bathrooms
- Charming gardens
- M4 Junction 15 c.13 miles
A handsome Cotswold barn conversion with
detached annex occupying a semi-rural position on
the edge of a village.
Latton is a small village set to the north of the A419 (Swindon –
Cirencester road). The settlement reflects a healthy mixture of
period and modern housing. The Grade I Listed parish church of
St Johns the Baptist with adjoining hall and playing fields to the
front reflects a tranquil setting. The village is located on the county
boundaries of Gloucestershire and Wiltshire.
Cricklade lies about 1.5 miles to the south where a good selection
of daily amenities are on offer, nearby Cirencester is 'the capital
of the Cotswolds' and is a charming market town steeped with
Roman history and offers a wider choice of facilities. Latton is well
placed for communication to the M4 (junction 15) and M5 (junction
11a), a regular train service leaves Swindon to London Paddington
with journey times just under one hour.
Carters Barn comprises a detached period house set in grounds
of almost 0.7 acres (0.275ha). The property is approached via
five bar gate onto a sweeping gravelled drive that leads through
the established grounds to the front of the house where ample
parking is situated. The property offers extremely well presented
accommodation displayed over three floors and briefly comprises
flagstone hall with stairwell rising to first floor, well-proportioned
drawing room with hardwood floor and chimney breast housing
wood burning stove.
The kitchen is well appointed with double oven Aga, painted builtin
units with timber worksurface, underfloor heating and exposed
ceiling timbers. The kitchen comfortably accommodates dining
table and opens into the magnificent family room that has roof
lantern, windows incorporating French style doors that open onto
the paved terrace. The ground floor is further complimented with a
study, utility and cloakroom.
To the first floor lie three bedrooms, en-suite shower and family
bathroom, stairs rise to the second floor where the fourth bedroom
and separate bathroom are located.
The self contained detached annexe extends to 805 square feet and
has been beautifully appointed. The accommodation is over two
floors reflecting a spacious kitchen with dining area, painted 'Shaker'
style built-in units incorporating domestic appliances, double doors
open into the sitting room with triple aspect and French style doors
to patio. The first floor offers two bedrooms and bathroom.
The grounds are well landscaped with a mixture of planted borders,
specimen trees and extensive lawns. The drive leads to a useful
garage and garden store.