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Ever fancied living in a barn?   Take a Look at the Many Options on the Market

When selling your house you want to think about the unique selling points of the house, the things that make it different to other homes on the market.  Homes that are usually unique are barn conversions, so today we round up some unique barn conversions on the market in the UK and look at their unique attributes.  Hopefully if you are buying and selling houses these barns will inspire you, who knowns you might just spot your next home on the market here!

We used On the Market for the search https://www.onthemarket.com/for-sale/barn-conversion/uk/ and have not limited the search in any other way, so if you think you might like a barn to live in or if you are selling your house that is a barn conversion or unique in another way take a look at these properties and maybe use the above link for further exploration of barn conversion homes.

 

https://www.onthemarket.com/details/10937469/

First up is this modern, bright and comfortable four bedroom, four bathroom home offering views over acres of farmland.  Chain free, this Norfolk property is on the market at £1.1M.

 

https://www.onthemarket.com/details/10936345/

Looking how you expect a barn conversion to look the gravel drive leads to a definite barn looking exterior and the interior is sure to please a new owner too with heaps of character and beams galore.  The six bedroom barn is set in lawns and sits well in the Cheltenham countryside.  On the market with a guide price of £1,750,000.  The unassuming exterior is somehow understated and impressive all at the same time.

 

https://www.onthemarket.com/details/10931116/

With an impressive industrial look stone exterior, this is a semi-detached five bedroom barn conversion with fantastic views down the valley that takes in the viaduct in a hamlet near Oswestry on the market at offers in the region of £475,000.

 

https://www.onthemarket.com/details/10930220/

A truly unique and very, very special barn conversion on Bodmin Moor in a small hamlet community, the barn is about 1.5 miles from the village of Lanlivery and has unique gardens and is beautifully presented.  The guide price is just £400,000.

 

https://www.onthemarket.com/details/10928623/

The four bedroom barn conversion in Emley near Huddersfield has far-reaching countryside views, a double garage, and plenty of space inside and out.  On the market at £875,000, it is clearly finished to a very high standard.

 

https://www.onthemarket.com/details/10560313/

A gated courtyard takes you into this interesting four bedroom, split level home converted from three barns, the home has an established home office and double garage as well as well established gardens.  Conveniently located at Stoke Goldington, Buckinghamshire on the market for offers over £850,000.

 

https://www.onthemarket.com/details/10871896/

On the market at offers in the region of £750,000 is the price for a lovely large single story barn conversion with an attached large unconverted barn with lapsed planning consent.  The barn has plenty of parking and plenty of scope regarding the other barn and surrounding area.

 

https://www.onthemarket.com/details/10888493/

An interesting project that is certainly not for the feint hearted is this barn with a plethora of other outbuildings and in just under 1.5 acres at Cocklade in Somerset.  Going to auction with a price guide of £350,000.  It’s an opportunity to create your own unique barn conversion.

 

https://www.onthemarket.com/details/10880984/

Guided on the market at £300,000 is a traditional barn in rolling devon countryside near Bampton in the Exe Valley.  The barn is available with choices of the surrounding land and farmhouse and barns have been derelict for some time and this is a fabulous opportunity for someone.

 

Those who are used to buying and selling houses may be interested to know that there are several other barns with and without planning consent on the market available on the on the market website.  Probably the best way to find them is to use the search and look through by lowest price first.

During the search, we have come across barns in gated communities, those that form part of a much larger building, barns that don’t look like barns, and lots of properties in unusual locations offering stunning countryside views.

 

When selling your house which is a barn conversion, think about what drew you to it in the first place and making sure that the unique and special features are highlighted to potential purchasers.

When you are in the market for buying and selling houses check out the sale site lists such as on the market: https://www.onthemarket.com/  Rightmove https://www.rightmove.co.uk/ or Prime Location https://www.primelocation.com/

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