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2 Bedroom Apartment For Sale
2 bedroom apartment for sale 16 370000Penny & Sinclair, Burfordrightmove

Tenure: Share of Freehold

PROPERTY SUMMARY This beautiful building is approached through a pillared entrance and along a sweeping drive way. The building was converted into apartments in 1981 and now offers a unique opportunity for a range of buyers to acquire the perfect downsizer or second home with a range of excellent facilities to hand. 

THE APARTMENT The apartment is located on the second floor with large windows making it lovely and light. The property has undergone extensive refurbishment and provides a modern interior yet retains the many period features of this wonderful building.

The accommodation is generous with a large entrance hall, a delightful reception room, a fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, and two double bedrooms (one with a large en suite) and a family bathroom again with bath and shower over. Karndean floors are laid throughout the property. 

ADDITIONAL AMENITIES The property enjoys almost 12 acres of manicured grounds including large lawns, a rose garden, an orchard and a range of mature borders. Communal facilities include a heated swimming pool, sauna, gym and tennis court. In addition a private parking area offers a surplus of parking for residents. 

SITUATION Sherborne village lies in the folds of the Cotswold Hills and is mainly owned by the National Trust, as is the Sherborne Estate which controls much of the parkland and several thousands of acres of farmland surrounding the village. It is situated midway between Burford and Northleach, about a mile north of the A40 which connects Oxford and Cheltenham. The village, with its typical Cotswold cottages and houses, is situated in the heart of the valley of the Little Sherborne Brook. In the village is a local post office/shop, useful for everyday needs, a Parish Church, primary school and social club with more extensive facilities on hand in Bourton-on-the-Water, Northleach, Burford, Cirencester or Cheltenham. The property is well located for sporting opportunities, with golf at Burford and Naunton Downs; racing at Cheltenham and Warwick; water sports at the Cotswold Water Park; hunting with the Heythrop and Cotswold Hunts; and rugby at Gloucester. 

TENURE & SERVICE CHARGES Leasehold - 999 year lease granted in 1982
Service charge: Approximately £5000 p.a. 

FIXTURES AND FITTINGS Certain items may be available by separate negotiation with Penny & Sinclair. 


3 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
3 bedroom detached house for sale 15 725000Knight Frank, Cirencesterrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

49 Aldsworth is a charming detached property, quietly situated along a village lane and with a lovely south facing view. The original part of the cottage is very old and is thought to date back to the late 17th Century. Built of mellow natural Cotswold stone, it was substantially extended about 25 years ago in matching materials and the majority of the roof slopes are covered with traditional stone slates. The property is not Listed but it does lie within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The accommodation is arranged over two floors and includes a lovely sitting room with three south facing windows, one with a stone mullion and seat, a Cotswold stone fireplace fitted with a wood burning stove and a beamed ceiling. The kitchen/breakfast room is another excellent sized, light room with two south facing windows and is fitted with a range of cream painted storage cupboards. Also on the ground floor there is a separate dining room and a small study, from which doors open onto a paved sun terrace, a large utility room, hall and cloakroom. Upstairs is reached via two separate staircases, one leading up to the excellent master suite comprising of a generous double bedroom, a dressing area with built-in wardrobes and storage cupboards and a large en-suite bathroom with a separate a shower cubicle. The second staircase leads to two further bedrooms with high vaulted ceilings and a shower room. The configuration of the accommodation is slightly unusual and thought has been given to opening up the two smaller bedrooms in to one and changing the orientation of the staircase from the kitchen, so that it rises from the utility room and therefore enabling the creation of two double bedrooms and two bathroom/shower rooms, from the current overlarge main bedroom suite. This would be subject to obtaining the relevant permissions and consents. The house is set back from the village lane behind a Cotswold stone wall with a timber pedestrian gate giving access to a gravel path and front door. Bricked paved steps lead to a path between well stocked colourful flower borders and clipped box trees which runs along the front of the property. To the west of the house is a raised paved terrace, ideal for outside dining and from which there is a lovely south facing view across the field to the church. Beyond the terrace, there is an area of lawn enclosed by box hedging and shrub borders. The majority of the garden lies to the rear of the house and comprises a further area of gently sloping lawn interspersed by a number of fruit trees and at the top there is a paved sitting area flanked by low stone walls and lavender beds, from which there is a lovely view over the roof of the cottage to the church. To the side of the lawn, there are a number of well stocked and colourful flower and herbaceous borders, separated by gravelled walkways. To the east of the house there is vehicular access via a tarmac drive leading to a single garage which is attached to the back of the house. A further shared drive leads to a timber garage, behind which there is a garden shed.


Northleach 4 miles • Burford 6 miles • Cirencester 10 miles • Cheltenham 15 miles • Oxford 24 miles • Charlbury Station (Paddington 85 minutes) 15 miles (All distances and times are approximate)


4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 13 950000Butler Sherborn, Burfordrightmove

An Edge Of Village House With An Iconic Cotswold View

Situated in the heart of glorious Gloucestershire countryside on the edge of this very special village, Candlemas House is located on a no through lane with the most stunning view to the rear. The house is detached and has well appointed accommodated, with a particularly generous ground floor layout with most rooms having access to the garden, making a great space for summer entertaining. While the property has been well maintained over the years it now offers a new owner an opportunity to update the interiors. Outside, is private parking and a detached double garage with lawned garden to the rear and separate courtyard garden to the side.

Sherborne is an enchanting unspoilt Cotswold village, lying upstream from the villages of Windrush and the Barringtons, 6 miles west of Burford. There is a popular, award-winning village shop and tea room, a primary school and parish church. More local shops and restaurants can be found in Burford, Northleach and Bourton on the Water.


3 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
3 bedroom detached house for sale 17 725000Knight Frank - Cirencesteronthemarket
49 Aldsworth is a charming detached property, quietly situated along a village lane and with a lovely south facing view. The original part of the cottage is very old and is thought to date back to the late 17th Century. Built of mellow natural Cotswold stone, it was substantially extended about 25 years ago in matching materials and the majority of the roof slopes are covered with traditional stone slates. The property is not Listed but it does lie within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The accommodation is arranged over two floors and includes a lovely sitting room with three south facing windows, one with a stone mullion and seat, a Cotswold stone fireplace fitted with a wood burning stove and a beamed ceiling. The kitchen/breakfast room is another excellent sized, light room with two south facing windows and is fitted with a range of cream painted storage cupboards. Also on the ground floor there is a separate dining room and a small study, from which doors open onto a paved sun terrace, a large utility room, hall and cloakroom. Upstairs is reached via two separate staircases, one leading up to the excellent master suite comprising of a generous double bedroom, a dressing area with built-in wardrobes and storage cupboards and a large en-suite bathroom with a separate a shower cubicle. The second staircase leads to two further bedrooms with high vaulted ceilings and a shower room. The configuration of the accommodation is slightly unusual and thought has been given to opening up the two smaller bedrooms in to one and changing the orientation of the staircase from the kitchen, so that it rises from the utility room and therefore enabling the creation of two double bedrooms and two bathroom/shower rooms, from the current overlarge main bedroom suite. This would be subject to obtaining the relevant permissions and consents. The house is set back from the village lane behind a Cotswold stone wall with a timber pedestrian gate giving access to a gravel path and front door. Bricked paved steps lead to a path between well stocked colourful flower borders and clipped box trees which runs along the front of the property. To the west of the house is a raised paved terrace, ideal for outside dining and from which there is a lovely south facing view across the field to the church. Beyond the terrace, there is an area of lawn enclosed by box hedging and shrub borders. The majority of the garden lies to the rear of the house and comprises a further area of gently sloping lawn interspersed by a number of fruit trees and at the top there is a paved sitting area flanked by low stone walls and lavender beds, from which there is a lovely view over the roof of the cottage to the church. To the side of the lawn, there are a number of well stocked and colourful flower and herbaceous borders, separated by gravelled walkways. To the east of the house there is vehicular access via a tarmac drive leading to a single garage which is attached to the back of the house. A further shared drive leads to a timber garage, behind which there is a garden shed.


Northleach 4 miles • Burford 6 miles • Cirencester 10 miles • Cheltenham 15 miles • Oxford 24 miles • Charlbury Station (Paddington 85 minutes) 15 miles (All distances and times are approximate)

2 Bedroom Semi-Detached House For Sale
2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale 11 1575000Savills, Stow-On-The-Woldrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

A pretty semi-detached Cotswold cottage

Description

Keeper’s Cottage is set back off the village street in the heart of Windrush between the Upper and Lower Village Greens with far reaching views across the valley to Barrington Park’s beautiful dovecote. The Cotswold stone property was constructed in 1911 as one of Lord Sherborne’s estate cottages. A gabled stone porch leads into the entrance hall with its’ original quarry tiled floor. To the right of the hall is the double aspect sitting room with a stone fireplace housing and built in shelves.

Across the hall is a double aspect family room, again with new built in cupboards and shelves to either side of a stone fireplace with a new wood burning stove and sisal floor. The dining room leads to the kitchen which is fitted with an excellent range of cabinets and equipment and has a beautiful view over the garden. On the first floor there are two bedrooms (the master with fitted wardrobes and a guest room) and a bathroom with roll top bath, all with pretty period fireplaces.

To the rear of the property is a good-sized and secluded garden with a lawn, mature trees and shrubs. There is a paved terrace which is ideal for al fresco dining with access from the kitchen. A gravel path leads to the end of the garden where the original stone pig sty is now used as a wood store and garden shed. Wonderful bucolic views can be enjoyed from the garden, which also has access via a separate path from the front of the cottage.

The property has been very well maintained by the current owners who have overseen an extensive programme of refurbishment over the last two years.

The property will appeal specifically to discerning buyers looking for a smaller permanent home, weekend retreat or holiday cottage.

Location

The village of Windrush lies on the Gloucestershire/Oxfordshire border between Burford and Northleach with wonderful rural views across land owned by the National Trust and Barrington Park. The village lies in the beautiful Windrush Valley within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has a lively community and Village Hall which hosts local events. The Windrush Valley Summer Fete is a highlight of the village calendar. The surrounding countryside is particularly pretty and unspoiled with many excellent footpaths for long walks.

Nearby Sherborne offers an award-winning village shop, tea-room and a primary school. Northleach and Burford provide everyday shopping and banking amenities whilst the larger centres of Cheltenham and Oxford provide more extensive shopping, leisure and educational facilities. The A40 provides access to London, Oxford and Cheltenham and there is a mainline station at Charlbury with regular services to London Paddington. There is excellent secondary schooling in Bourton-on-the-Water and Burford while the private sector offers various schools including Hatherop Castle, the Cheltenham Schools and Kingham Hill. Sporting and recreational facilities are well catered for in the area with golf courses at Naunton Downs, Burford and Cheltenham. National Hunt Racing is at Cheltenham, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick and Worcester.





Directions

From Burford take the A40 towards Cheltenham. Take the first turn right, after ‘The Inn For All Seasons”, into the village of Windrush. On entering the
village bear left and Keeper's Cottage will be found on your left hand side.


4 Bedroom Terraced House For Sale
4 bedroom terraced house for sale 12 875000Knight Frank, Cirencesterrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

The central part of a Grade II listed former manor house in a lovely peaceful setting by the church, in one of the best Cotswold villages.

Coln Manor dates from the mid-16th century, with later additions and in 1985 was converted into six separate houses. The separation was undertaken vertically so as to create freehold properties, each with a garden; the remaining grounds, drive, parking area and swimming pool are owned communally. 2 Coln Manor is the central and oldest part of the manor, and is approached through an impressive two-storey gabled porch, with ball finials and a moulded arched doorway beneath an armorial shield. In the porch and above the entrance door into the house, there is a remarkable stone with 4 carved heads, which is thought to be Saxon. The hall, with its flagstone floor and fitted bookcases, provides a lovely entrance to the property and leads to an elegant well-proportioned sitting room, with a high ceiling, an open fireplace and a large stone-mullioned window, with a seat. On the first floor, there are two double bedrooms, both with en-suites and the main bedroom is a particularly lovely, good-sized room, with panelled walls and a stone mullioned window with a seat. Above there are two further bedrooms, and a bathroom and the rooms to the rear of the house have a lovely aspect over the garden to the church. The private garden lies to the rear of the house and faces south. There is a paved terrace immediately to the rear, an ideal place for outside dining, beyond which there are gravelled walkways, with deep well-stocked flower borders and a central raised rose bed.

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Hatherop 1 mile • Fairford 3 miles • Cirencester 8 miles • Burford 11 miles • Swindon 16 miles (Paddington 55 minutes) • M4 (J15) 18 miles (All distances and times are approximate)


3 Bedroom Barn Conversion For Sale
3 bedroom barn conversion for sale 26 1250000Perry Bishop and Chambers, Cirencesterrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

Designed by the current owner and converted just over 20 years ago, The Piggery is a substantial single storey stone built property, situated in an idyllic edge of village position, enjoying views to the village and over unspoilt countryside.

The accommodation flows beautifully with generously proportioned rooms for entertaining and relaxing, as well as the flexibility to accommodate guests, a dependent relative or have a spacious self-contained 'work from home' space.

The grounds have been designed with the same care and attention as the house, with a formal south facing garden to the front and generous level lawns to the north and west side.
 

THE PROPERTY Approached along a private tree lined lane and a shared gravel driveway, the property is tucked away in a private position. On entering the property there is a wide entrance hall with high ceilings, wooden floor and doors off to the guest bedrooms and steps through to the living accommodation. The dining room is a fabulous entertaining space, again with wooden floor, a high vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, windows to the rear aspect and the hen nesting boxes within the stone walls, quite an unusual original feature.

From the dining room there are steps down to the impressive drawing room, with a high vaulted ceiling and windows to all three aspects the room is extremely light and bright and spacious enough to create seating around an occasional table in front of the Jet Master fire and a reading chair beside the French Doors, which lead out to the south facing formal garden.

The kitchen breakfast room is off the dining room, and has room for a good size table and chairs. The bespoke hand painted wooden units provide more than ample storage with worktop space for food preparation. The double oven, hob, dishwasher and fridge are integrated and there is also a space for a freestanding fridge freezer.The kitchen has a stable door to the south facing garden and windows to the rear. From the kitchen a door leads to the laundry / boot room, with built in cupboards, Belfast sink, space to plumb in a washing machine and a door to the rear garden.

The master bedroom is to the west wing of the property, and you walk through the dressing room which has full height built in wardrobes and then the bathroom, with roll top bath, shower and Bespoke vanity unit with marble top and inset basin. The guest bedrooms are within the extension to the east and comprise of two double rooms, one which has an en-suite bathroom with roll top bath and one that shares the separate shower room off the entrance hall.

From the front there is another door to the two offices, perfect as a 'work from home' space, or a games/ hobby room. Subject to planning the could be converted to further bedrooms or an annex for a dependent relative or to generate an income.
 

GROUNDS AND GARDEN The garden has been designed to make the most as the sun rises and sets, the more formal south facing garden is a perfect spot to relax and dine al fresco. With a flagstone patio and gravel paths that take you through and around the topiary box hedges, mature well stocked beds and past the water feature through the gate to the rear and side gardens. The gardens wrap around three sides of the property and from all aspects there are views over adjacent fields and rolling hills of the Coln Valley and River Coln.

The property benefits from a long shared gravel driveway with ample parking as you first turn in off the lane as well as in front of the property.
 

SITUATION The village of Coln St Aldwyns is renowned as one of the most picturesque villages in the Cotswolds.
Surrounded by stunning countryside, it has both a pub, the renowned New Inn, and a community village shop/Post Office. Fairford, which provides further day to day amenities is only a short distance away. The larger centres of Cirencester and Burford are a short drive away.

Hatherop 1 mile - Fairford 3 miles - Cirencester 8 miles - Burford 11 miles - Swindon 16 miles (Paddington 55 minutes) - M4 (J15) 18 miles (All distances and times are approximate).
 


2 Bedroom Semi-Detached House For Sale
2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale 12 1575000Savills - Stow on the Woldonthemarket
A pretty semi-detached Cotswold cottage

Location

The village of Windrush lies on the Gloucestershire/Oxfordshire border between Burford and Northleach with wonderful rural views across land owned by the National Trust and Barrington Park. The village lies in the beautiful Windrush Valley within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has a lively community and Village Hall which hosts local events. The Windrush Valley Summer Fete is a highlight of the village calendar. The surrounding countryside is particularly pretty and unspoiled with many excellent footpaths for long walks.

Nearby Sherborne offers an award-winning village shop, tea-room and a primary school. Northleach and Burford provide everyday shopping and banking amenities whilst the larger centres of Cheltenham and Oxford provide more extensive shopping, leisure and educational facilities. The A40 provides access to London, Oxford and Cheltenham and there is a mainline station at Charlbury with regular services to London Paddington. There is excellent secondary schooling in Bourton-on-the-Water and Burford while the private sector offers various schools including Hatherop Castle, the Cheltenham Schools and Kingham Hill. Sporting and recreational facilities are well catered for in the area with golf courses at Naunton Downs, Burford and Cheltenham. National Hunt Racing is at Cheltenham, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick and Worcester.

Description

Keeper’s Cottage is set back off the village street in the heart of Windrush between the Upper and Lower Village Greens with far reaching views across the valley to Barrington Park’s beautiful dovecote. The Cotswold stone property was constructed in 1911 as one of Lord Sherborne’s estate cottages. A gabled stone porch leads into the entrance hall with its’ original quarry tiled floor. To the right of the hall is the double aspect sitting room with a stone fireplace housing and built in shelves.

Across the hall is a double aspect family room, again with new built in cupboards and shelves to either side of a stone fireplace with a new wood burning stove and sisal floor. The dining room leads to the kitchen which is fitted with an excellent range of cabinets and equipment and has a beautiful view over the garden. On the first floor there are two bedrooms (the master with fitted wardrobes and a guest room) and a bathroom with roll top bath, all with pretty period fireplaces.

To the rear of the property is a good-sized and secluded garden with a lawn, mature trees and shrubs. There is a paved terrace which is ideal for al fresco dining with access from the kitchen. A gravel path leads to the end of the garden where the original stone pig sty is now used as a wood store and garden shed. Wonderful bucolic views can be enjoyed from the garden, which also has access via a separate path from the front of the cottage.

The property has been very well maintained by the current owners who have overseen an extensive programme of refurbishment over the last two years.

The property will appeal specifically to discerning buyers looking for a smaller permanent home, weekend retreat or holiday cottage.







Directions

From Burford take the A40 towards Cheltenham. Take the first turn right, after ‘The Inn For All Seasons”, into the village of Windrush. On entering the
village bear left and Keeper's Cottage will be found on your left hand side.
4 Bedroom Barn Conversion For Sale
4 bedroom barn conversion for sale 21 1750000Strutt & Parker, Cirencesterrightmove

Blackpitts Farm Barns is a development of seven Cotswold barn conversions originally converted 10 years ago. The Granary is a fabulous semi-detached barn which has been sympathetically and carefully converted to provide a generous and flexible home which provides all the conveniences of modern living, with a high specification throughout. It has traditional as well as contemporary finishes with stylish bathrooms and underfloor heating, whilst preserving the character of a typical Cotswold barn.

The large kitchen/breakfast area has been designed and fitted with bespoke units complete with appliances and the galleried landing and vaulted ceiling creates a feeling of space as well as providing a wealth of light into the barn.

Aldsworth is a pretty and unspoilt Cotswold village in the heart of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village has a pub, the Sherborne Arms, church and village hall. Nearby Northleach and Burford have a good range of everyday shops and services, with a wider choice at Cirencester. Cheltenham is the main regional centre, with first class shopping facilities, and various cultural amenities including a theatre and literary festival. Other regional centres include Oxford, Bristol, Swindon and Gloucester. The A40, for access to the M40 at Oxford, is about 4 miles’ drive. There are direct rail services to London Paddington from either Charlbury or Swindon stations, the latter scheduled to take from 55 minutes. Private schools within daily driving distance include Hatherop Castle, St Hugh’s, Rendcomb College and the Cheltenham Colleges. Recreational opportunities include National Hunt racing at Cheltenham, polo at Cirencester Park and Westonbirt and various golf courses. The surrounding countryside has many excellent walks and rides.

The courtyard garden to the rear is enclosed by a Cotswold stone wall and is easy to maintain with a number of small trees and shrubs providing an ideal space for outside entertaining.

To the front, the property benefits from an enclosed driveway with space to park several cars.


4 Bedroom House For Sale
4 bedroom house for sale 23 825000Sharvell Property, Cirencesterrightmove

Swallow Barn is a fabulous converted barn in the heart of the Cotswolds with some of the most breathtaking views. Renovated approximately 7 years ago, the barn has been thoughtfully created and finished to a high specification, providing beautiful living spaces which are ideal for modern day living.

Overview - Location: Aldsworth

Living spaces: 2

Bedrooms: 4

Bath/ Shower rooms: 2

Location - Swallow Barn is beautifully positioned on the edge of Aldsworth, a quintessential, idyllic village in the heart of the Cotswolds. This stunning and sought-after village is home to honey stone cottages, a superb gastro pub and has fabulous walking paths on its doorstep.

Nearby Burford is a charming and picturesque medieval town which offers various weekly markets, a renowned garden centre and is ideal for everyday shopping as is delightful Northleach which is only 4 miles away.
Daylesford Organic Farm Shop, 15 miles away, is set in enchanting grounds and has a delicious restaurant and deli to suit all tastes, together with irresistible homewares, fashion and a spa. A little further afield is Soho Farmhouse, the spectacular members club set in 100 acres of stunning Oxfordshire countryside.

Known as the “Capital of the Cotswolds”, Cirencester, only a short drive away, is a hub of vibrant cultural life known for its beautiful limestone townhouses, exciting boutiques, restaurants, a handy Waitrose, cafes and twice weekly markets.
Cheltenham is a short drive west and not only offers an array of excellent shopping and dining, it is also host to fabulous literary, jazz and food festivals and, of course, horse racing.

The area offers a superb choice of schooling with an exceptional selection of state, grammar and private schools such as Meysey Hampton Primary School, Hatherop Castle, Dean Close, Cheltenham Colleges and Pate’s, to name but a few.
Swallow Barn is well located for outdoor activities, with golf at Cirencester, Cheltenham, Burford and Naunton Downs; as well as a plethora of footpaths and bridleways throughout the countryside.

The A40 provides excellent access to Oxford and the M40, and Cheltenham gives access to the M5. Regular and fast train services are available to London Paddington from Charlbury and Kingham stations.

Northleach 4 miles - Burford 6 miles - Cirencester 10 miles - Stow-on-the-Wold 14 miles - Kingham 15 miles (direct train to London Paddington) - Charlbury 16 miles (direct train to London Paddington) - Cheltenham 19 miles - Oxford 25 miles

Description - Swallow Barn is a fabulous attached converted barn in the heart of the Cotswolds with some of the most breathtaking views. Renovated approximately 7 years ago, the barn has been thoughtfully created and finished to a high specification, providing beautiful living spaces which are ideal for modern day living.

Downstairs the living space, with underfloor heating throughout, is predominantly open-plan giving a wonderful feeling of space. The kitchen/ breakfast room is bright and light with granite work surfaces, integrated appliances and plenty of storage space. Sliding doors give on to the sitting room with views over the terrace and countryside beyond. The oak floor and exposed beams add charm and character and the wood burner provides extra warmth in the colder months.

A handy utility room and a cloakroom are great additions to the ground floor living space.

The first floor, also with underfloor heating throughout, comprises a master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and an en suite shower room. This is an impressive room with vaulted ceiling and exposed oak beams. There are two further double bedrooms and family bathroom along the hall.

The second floor consists of a fourth bedroom, currently used as a home office, with exposed beams, a pitched room and velux windows.

Discreet and ample storage is provided throughout.

Outside, the front door leads onto a beautiful walled terrace area, ideal for al fresco dining and morning coffees in the summer. The front terrace gives on to the garden, predominantly laid to lawn with beautiful herbaceous borders. The countryside views are far-reaching and truly exceptional. There is a double garage to the side of the gravelled driveway.

Vendors' thoughts: "Swallow Barn has been a fantastic home for us for that last 7 years and we have truly loved our time here. The amazing views and peace first attracted us to this beautiful Cotswold setting and it’s still a wow when we return from our travels. The layout works from cosy couple evenings to social gatherings with friends and family. We love the underfloor heating in the winter and in the summer the thick stone walls keep the house at a perfect temperature. A house which we will forever miss but it’s now time for a new adventure…"

In a nutshell: A superb barn conversion finished to a high specification with exceptional views.

Council Tax Band F.

Tenure: Freehold.

Services: Mains water and electricity. Water harvester. Oil-fired central heating. Private drainage. FTH fibre broadband.


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