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Tetbury, GL8

Added on 08/09/2021
Perry Bishop, Tetbury

Key features

  • Beautifully crafted barn conversion
  • Four bedrooms
  • Master bedroom with round bed and en-suite bathroom
  • Stunning kitchen with quirky details
  • Large open plan sitting and dining room
  • Separate utility room
  • Approximately an acre of grounds
  • Stables or agricultural store
  • Paddock
  • Village setting

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

A stunning example of a Master Craftsman at work, the attention to detail given to this bespoke barn conversion, nestled in the pretty village of Long Newnton, and the stunning views ensure this is a property like no other.

Approached into the capacious driveway with plenty of parking, a stone storage shed with light and power and a further building built for storage of equipment but could be changed for use as a dwelling, subject to planning.

An archway leads into the main garden and the barn, which was formerly two cow sheds has been joined by an impressive centre extension, approached at the side leading into the hallway with utility space, a large bathroom with separate bath and shower. The true magnificence of the living space is evident upon entering the kitchen, with a sweeping oak worktop which curves drawing you inwards to the kitchen. A range of dark grey units houses pan drawers and copious amounts of cupboard space, a Rangemaster oven and open shelving. The dining area has an imposing Cotswold stone wall with cut in shelving and beautiful features.

A large sitting room is open plan to the kitchen, vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, walls of glass with folding doors create a feeling of light and airiness and bring the beautiful countryside views into the barn, a wood burning stove creates a cheery atmosphere in the winter. Air source heating provides under floor heating throughout the barns.

There is an office which could also be a bedroom, a small double bedroom, two further bedrooms which have built in wardrobes and shutters made from pallets, and an impressive master bedroom with a round bed incorporating bespoke drawers for storing shoes, built in wardrobes with copious amounts of storage space and an en-suite shower room.

Outside the gardens wrap around the barn with a sunken trampoline and play area to the side where the beauty of the barns is enhanced by red brick roundels supporting the Cotswold stone and wooden barn.

There are further gardens, part of which is still deemed as agricultural land and a paddock, off which is the smartest chicken shed, and plenty of room for the chickens to feed in an area which has been planted as an orchard, the land is approximately one acre.

The stables can be used as a double garage or could be converted to provide an annexe or provide a source of income, subject to the relevant planning permission. The stables have been converted to accommodate the changes easily.

The property benefits from fibre optic internet access provided by Gigaclear, this has been routed to cover all points of the estate. The heating is mainly Air source heat pumps, with underfloor heating throughout and temperature gauges in every room. There is a back boiler attached to the wood burning stove if required, and this will heat the hot water and underfloor heating.

Long Newnton is a small village on the B4014 just a mile south of Tetbury, which as the entrance to the Cotswolds, is a thriving historic Cotswold market town situated less than half an hour from both the M4 and M5 motorways and within easy reach of Cirencester, Swindon, Bristol, Cheltenham, Gloucester and Bath. There is good access to Kemble BR Station with regular Intercity services to London and other regional commercial centres.

Tetbury is well known for its royal houses being 1.5 miles north east of Highgrove House the country home of HRH the Prince of Wales, with Gatcombe Park, the home of the Princess Royal, being some 4 miles to the north. There are a good range of shops, hotels, Inns and restaurants, primary and secondary schools and leisure and sporting facilities.

Within the local area are a number of places of interest including the world famous Westonbirt Arboretum with 18 thousand trees and shrubs in some 600 acres of beautiful landscaped grounds.


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Tetbury, GL8


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  • Kemble Station5.8 miles
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About the agent

Perry Bishop, Tetbury

3 Church Street, Tetbury, GL8 8JG

We are a leading firm of independent estate agents helping people on the move in Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Wiltshire - selling and letting modern and period homes throughout the region's most sought-after towns and villages. With offices in Tetbury, Cirencester, Cheltenham, Faringdon, Stroud, and Nailsworth, our clients enjoy extensive marketing across our branch network coupled with award winning customer service.

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