5 beautiful barn conversions for sale now

If you have always dreamt of living in a converted barn, don't miss these beautiful properties on the market right now...

Three bedroom barn conversion for sale in Kent
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Looking to invest in a barn conversion? Yep we totally get you, they are pretty lovely places to live, all those exposed beams, high ceilings and the little quirks that come with a converted property. If you want a big project and fancy renovating a barn yourself or if you're just after a fully converted, utterly charming property, then keeping scrolling for our pick of the best barn conversions for sale right now...

1. A barn renovation project for sale in Lincolnshire

Don't worry, we will get onto the wonderfully charming properties complete with original exposed beams and farmhouse kitchens in just a sec. But if you are after a project and looking to renovate a barn for yourself, this property is a gem. The existing property has outline planning permission and can be converted into a pretty spacious two bedroom property. There are also four outbuildings that have the potential to be converted into studies/garages/games rooms/spare bedrooms/whatever you need room for. 

Price: £120,000

Renovation projection, barn for sale in Lincolnshire

A fixer upper for sale in Lincolnshire 

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2. Two bedroom barn conversion for sale in Plymouth

See, here's all that charm you were probably after. This two bedroom barn conversion has been sympathetically restored to create a spacious home, complete with a brand new bespoke fitted kitchen and luxury bathroom. The surrounding gardens have been beautifully landscaped and there are plenty of communal outdoor areas to chill in. This property is everything you would want in a barn conversion, all the charm none of the... farm? 

Price: £450,000

Luxury barn conversion for sale in Plymouth

Luxury barn conversion for sale in Plymouth 

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3. Three bedroom barn conversion for sale in Kent

If vaulted ceilings are your thing, you are going to love this property. The front door opens onto the most glorious hallway/dining area, with massive floor to ceiling windows that overlook the garden and countryside beyond. There's a mezzanine landing above, so you get a lovely open plan feel. As well as the gorgeous features you'd expect in a barn conversion (including the original barn door), there is also a gym and a sauna. 

Price: £695,000

Three bedroom barn conversion for sale in Kent

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4. Four bedroom barn conversion for sale in Lancashire 

Set amidst rolling hills and beautiful countryside, this barn conversion couldn't get more idyllic. The interior is as charming as you would expect from just looking at it: beams galore, original windows, hardwood floors, farmhouse style kitchen, but the outside space is the real gem. A stone walled garden with well stocked borders, a rockery and a pond, two stone flagged seating areas and glorious views of the surrounding countryside. Can someone please invite us over for a G&T on the sun filled patio? Thanks. 

Price: £415,000

Barn conversion for sale in Lancashire

There are so many outdoor seating options in this barn conversion you won't know which to choose

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5. Five bedroom barn conversion for sale in The Lake District 

Okay, we have cheated a bit here, this property is actually a house and barn conversion combined. A glass bridge connects the main house to the barn, where there is a large family room, with doors that open out onto a large patio, a gorgeous light filled garden room, plus one of the five bedrooms and a study. There is definitely an opportunity for a holiday let here, if you are wanting to invest in a property that could make you some £££s. 

Price: £725,000

Barn conversion for sale in the Lake District

Looking for a property with holiday let potential? This barn conversion could be the one

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Hebe Hatton

Hebe joined the Real Homes team in early 2018 as Staff Writer before moving to the Livingetc team in 2021 where she took on a role as Digital Editor. She loves boho and 70's style and is a big fan of Instagram as a source of interiors inspiration. When she isn't writing about interiors, she is renovating her own spaces – be it wallpapering a hallway, painting kitchen cupboards or converting a van.