Bray Street, Avebury, Marlborough

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
North Barn is a charming house converted from a mid-Victorian agricultural barn in 1993. It is fully insulated, part cavity brick and wood cladding under a tiled roof relieved by double glazed windows and occupies an enviable position at the end of a no through road. It is set well within its grounds in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The house is south west facing and quietly situated in the hamlet of Avebury Trusloe, at the end of a no through road. This stunning position is further enhanced with wonderful walks towards Silbury Hill and the picturesque village of Avebury and its stones. North Barn has landscaped grounds, surrounded by fields beyond; a truly peaceful spot. North Barn has clearly evolved greatly over the years and it shows in a number of distinct building periods. It has a plethora of period features, including a wonderful mix of cosy cottage-style family rooms as well as a more substantial living room. There are stand-out features such as open fires, exposed beams and framing and tile flooring, which all add to the charm. At the same time, it has been adapted to modern living, with a large open plan kitchen/dining room and utility room. It also benefits from a full fibre internet connection giving 450Mbps.

Marlborough, Hungerford, Devizes and Swindon are nearby with many shops and facilities, whilst the village of Avebury has a public house, primary/preschool, shop and church. Avebury is one of the Wiltshire s most prized villages, due to both its strong community feel and being only 6.8 miles from Marlborough, a 12-minute drive giving easy access to the facilities on offer. There is a newly refurbished pub and village hall within Avebury with various events held throughout the year. Marlborough has a wide selection of shops and cafés, including a Waitrose. The house is only 11.4 miles from Swindon Railway Station (London Paddington in under 1 hour). 13.2 miles Pewsey to Paddington London in under 1 hour


Front door leads to a spacious hall which leads into the sitting room, a study and kitchen breakfast room. There is a further reception room on the south side of the ground floor as well as a utility and cloakroom. The main sitting room enjoys double doors out onto the garden and has a double aspect with attractive fire place with wood burning stove for those cosy evenings. Wall and ceiling beams as well as attractive shelving add plenty of character to this welcoming room, which leads into a study/office. The kitchen /breakfast room has a range of built in wooden bespoke wall and base units with granite work surfaces. 2 x bowl sink, integrated dishwasher, fridge freezer range master oven and overhead extractor, the kitchen opens into a dining area/snug where there is ample room for enjoying the garden as it certainly brings the outside in. The utility room with plenty of storage, cloakroom with basin and WC compliment the ground floor.

Stairs lead up to the first floor, off the landing there are 5 good size bedrooms, the master bedroom is exceptionally large with a vaulted ceiling and exposed beams. The master bedroom has plenty of storage and a well appointed en suite shower room. The remaining 4 bedrooms are complimented with well appointed ensuites and a family bathroom.


This property is situated in a wonderful position. Located on a no-through lane, well away from the main village road. It is a discrete house which enjoys a superb view over its own landscaped gardens, mainly laid to lawn with mature flower and shrub borders. There are 3 carports to the front of the property and a storage area as well as a pretty gravel courtyard.

General Information

Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating. Telephone lines subject to the usual transfer regulations.

The property is Band F. Wiltshire County Council

If you have any questions about this property, please call Julie Fellows 07828 114578 or email

COVID Restrictions

We are now able to arrange viewings and valuations. Due to the pandemic, sensible precautions and conditions are now in place, to protect all parties. Before a viewing is arranged we would ask for any potential buyer to have seen the property externally(if possible), be familiar with the area and to have undertaken as much research as possible. Phone us and ask anything. Let us know your likes and dislikes and we will do our best to guide you. We do not want to place at risk our vendors or ourselves, to any unnecessary contact. Ideally viewers should be in a position to proceed and for this property to be what they are looking for, not simply to get an idea with a future view of possibly moving. If any person is 'at risk', had recent contact with anyone showing cold like symptoms, or in any way feels unwell, please inform us so a decision can be made. All viewings will be accompanied. Please wait away from the front door for us to arrive. Please bring hand sanitiser, if possible disposable gloves and face masks. We will open up and when ready ask you to step inside. We will all keep a 2 meter distance. If you wish to see inside a cupboard etc, ask us to open it. Do not touch anything. If you accidently touch anything please inform us so we can disinfect. Once the viewing has taken place please exit the property immediately. We would ask you to then phone us with questions and feedback. We look forward to seeing you.

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