Summer 2018 Photo
361.95 sq m(3,896 sq ft)
Guide price £2,850($3,598)
MonthlyFees apply

WinsonCirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 5ES

  • Unfurnished

Key features

  • Barn conversion
  • Large drawing room
  • Snug
  • Kitchen / breakfast room
  • Study / downstairs bedroom
  • Five bedrooms (three with ensuite bathrooms)
  • Master with ensuite bathroom and built in wardrobes
  • Off road parking
  • Council Tax Band = G

Beautiful Grade II listed barn conversion with 32ft drawing room, situated in the rural village on Winson.

About this property

  • A beautiful converted barn in the pretty village of Winson. The accommodation is arranged over two floors. Entering in through the entrance hall the first room you come to is the large vaulted drawing room approximately 32.5 ft wide (10.5 meters) with a feature fireplace at one end. To the left is the kitchen / breakfast room and a utility room and steps down to the garage. To the right of the drawing room and down a few steps is snug / dining room, a larger utility room and a study / downstairs bedroom, with adjacent cloakroom.

    A set of rear stairs leads up to the first floor which comprises three bedrooms, one with en suite bathroom, there is also an additional family bathroom on this floor.

    Heading up the main set of stairs off the entrance hall, there is a mezzanine landing which overlooks the drawing room. On this floor there are two large bedrooms both with en suite bathrooms including the master bedroom has a fantastic bathroom with walk in shower, his and her sinks and a separate bath. The master also has built in wardrobe space and lovely views.

    Outside the property has a rear garden enclosed by the house and a high Cotswold stone wall to one side. The garden is mainly laid to shingle, with some grass and a patio area.

This Grade II listed barn is in the rural village of Winson and would make a perfect family home.

Louise NicholsonProperty agent

Local information

  • Winson is a small Archetypal Cotswold village, often referred to as the `secret` village as it is situated deep in the Coln Valley being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village is formed by almost entirely period cottages and some barn conversions, there are also a number of very grand country houses. The village church stands proudly at the heart of the village. There are no amenities as such in the village which preserve the feeling of peace and tranquility, although Bibury with its village shop and post office is 3 miles away, while Chedworth, with renowned farm shop and public house is 4 miles away. For a slightly wider range of amenities and shops Northleach is 4 miles away and Cheltenham with its diverse mix of boutique shops, bars and cafes, along with schooling and sporting activities, which include racing at Prestbury Park and golf at Lilley Brook is approximately 14 miles away.

Additional information

  • Mains electricity, water and private drainage. Oil fired central heating.
  • EPC Rating = D