Large kitchen/breakfast room, Utility room, .5 acre approx
Pollards Barn was originally the farm stables and has been transformed by the current owners into a warm and inviting contemporary home. Constructed of the original brick and flint elevations under a slate roof, the house is well presented and full of character with charming beams throughout. From the reception rooms there are wonderful views across the garden and open countryside, the long windows and glass doors providing superb natural light.
EPC rating of D
Pollards Barn is situated just outside the small village of Clanville which lies in the North Wessex Downs, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Within Clanville there is a public house, village hall and garage. Further local amenities can be found in Hatherden which include a church, public house and village hall together with a primary school and play group.
Approached through red brick pillars and wooden five bar gates, the gravel drive leads up to the house where there is ample parking. The garden lies predominantly to the front of Pollards Barn which is mainly laid to lawn and there are a variety of mature trees and laurel hedging. There is a secluded terrace with ornamental ponds which is accessed from both the sitting room and conservatory. From the utility room there is access onto a further terrace with a greenhouse and a productive raised vegetable bed.
There is currently an existing workshop and also planning permission for a triple garage block with a storage room above on the site of a former barn.