1 bedroom barn conversion to rent

The Stables - Little Sodbury

£500 pw
fees apply

Property Description

Letting information:

Date available: Now
Furnishing: Furnished
Letting type: Short term
Added on Rightmove: 26 April 2017 (236 days ago)

Key features

  • One Bedroom
  • Stable Conversion
  • Shower Over Bath
  • Fully Furnished
  • Serviced/Short Term
  • Modern Kitchen
  • Washing Machine

Full description

Serviced Cottage - the stable conversion is finished to a high standard and decorated in neutral decor throughout. The stable style front door opens into the large open plan kitchen lounge with carpeted flooring, two sofas and a television. The modern country kitchen is complete with granite worktops, vintage sink and taps. There is an electric oven, hob and fridge. The new bathroom is tiled throughout and has a large shower, heated towel rail, sink and toilet. Through the hall way is the bedroom which has a king sized iron bed, chest of drawers and wardrobe.

There is plenty of parking to the front of the property to accommodate two cars.

Little Sodbury is an English village in South Gloucestershire, located between Chipping Sodbury, to the West, Old Sodbury to the South, Badminton, and the A46 road to the East and Horton and Hawkesbury Upton, to the north.

The "manor of Sodbury" comprises the nearby Chipping Sodbury and Old Sodbury: it is distinct from that of Little Sodbury. 

St Adeline's Church was built in 1859 by William James. The 15th century, 17,385 square feet (] Little Sodbury Manor was the home of Sir John Walsh who employed William Tyndale as chaplain and tutor to his grandchildren in 1522-3; by tradition he began his translation of the Bible in his bedroom here. The manor retains the porch and Great Hall, with a timber roof resting on corbels carved as shield-bearing angels, of the fifteenth-century courtyard house. The house fell into disrepair in the nineteenth century, but was restored by architect Sir Harold Brakspear for Lord Grosvenor and later Baron de Tuyll.

Little Sodbury's Iron Age hill fort reshaped by the Romans is accessible from the village via the Cotswold Way at grid reference ST760826. There is a Royal Observer Corps post at grid reference ST766838. Little Sodbury is one of three Thankful Villages in Gloucestershire - those rare places that suffered no fatalities during the Great War of 1914 to 1918. 


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Berkeley Estates and Management, Bristol

70 Park Row Clifton Bristol BS1 5LE

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Nearest station

  • Yate (3.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Berkeley Estates and Management, Bristol

70 Park Row Clifton Bristol BS1 5LE

0117 407 2339 Local call rate

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