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6 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Ryalls Lane, Cambridge, Slimbridge

Withdrawn from Market £795,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A private and functional smallholding
  • Five bedroom barn conversion
  • One bedroom annexe
  • Large mature gardens
  • Approximately 1.22 acres
  • Orchard with a number of ancient apple trees
  • Two bay Dutch Barn
  • Two workshops, livestock shed and Dutch Barn with lean-to
  • All buildings combined measure approx. 1876 m2 (20,000 ft2)

Full description

A private and functional smallholding located on the outskirts of the village of Slimbridge within the hamlet of Cambridge comprising a spacious 5 bedroom barn conversion with one bedroom annexe, large mature gardens, range of traditional and modern buildings all set within approximately 1.22 acres. (further land is available)

Situated in the hamlet of Cambridge on the edge of the popular village of Slimbridge nestled in the Severn Vale. Slimbridge itself boasts primary school, Village Hall, Church, small Post Office/shop and is home of the popular Wetlands Wildfowl Trust. There are a number of countryside walks including the towpath of the Sharpness-Gloucester Canal. Slimbridge is well placed for travel throughout the south west via the nearby A38 and M5/M4 motorway network. The adjoining village of Cam has a park and ride railway station with regular services to Gloucester, Bristol and Cheltenham which connects to the National Rail network.

Tanglewood is set in a private location with good access to the market towns of Berkeley and Dursley, both of which deliver all the essential everyday facilities and schooling. The nearby town of Stroud offers a wide range of independent and regional shops along with good schooling and entertainment. The close proximity of the A38 / M5 motorway, Junction 13, offers good commutability to the cities of Bristol, Cheltenham and Gloucester.

Tanglewood is a private and functional smallholding that comprises a characterful and substantial 5/6 bedroomed barn conversion that has been divided to create a four / five bedroom house with further one bedroom annexe. The property has both traditional and modern features to creating a wonderful family home. The house accommodation briefly comprises:
Ground Floor: Entrance hall, lounge, rear hall, utility room, 5th bedroom, dining room and kitchen
First Floor: Master bedroom with shower ensuite, office, three further bedrooms and family bathroom.
The property also has a one bedroom annexe with shower room and lounge.
Outside the property is entranced via a driveway leading to a large parking area with good sized garage. The property is complemented by a courtyard garden to the rear and an extensive garden mainly laid to lawn with established and mature planting to the front. Beyond is an orchard with a number of ancient apple trees and also a two bay Dutch Barn, currently used for storage. To the south of the property is a range of modern farm buildings that briefly comprise two workshops, livestock shed and Dutch Barn with lean-to. In our opinion we believe that these buildings would have potential for commercial workspace subject to planning. Adjacent are two good-sized traditional buildings formerly used as the milking parlour that have potential for alternative use as ancillary accommodation, subject to planning. All buildings combined measure approx. 1876 m2 (20,000 ft2)

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Added on Rightmove:
19 April 2016


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