Longridge Lane, Ashleworth, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL19 4HX | Property for sale | Savills
134.80 sq m
Guide price £750,000(45,004,482 EGP)

Longridge LaneAshleworth, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL19 4HX


    Key features

    • A beautifully appointed cruck barn occupying a pleasant countryside position.
    • Separate timber-framed lodge with generous accommodation.
    • Open-plan ground floor accommodation to include a charming country kitchen.
    • A selection of original features together with a wealth of character and charm.
    • Expansive gardens with substantial kitchen garden.
    • Highly attractive far-reaching expansive rural views.

    A very attractive Grade II listed barn with a superb detached annex.

    About this property

    • Thought to date from the 15th century, Field barn is a highly attractive cruck barn occupying an enviable rural position. There are a host of original features together with a wealth of character and charm, all of which provide a wonderful insight of generations past.

      The dual aspect kitchen has been improved to reflect the age and integrity of the build: fitted with a comprehensive range of units together with a Belfast sink, woodblock work surfaces, polished quarry-tiled floor, exposed ceiling beams and a Rangemaster double oven with gas hob and electric oven.

      The formal dining room affords the ideal place to host social gatherings and family time alike. The light and airy sitting room has a striking full-height ceiling, French doors opening to the side terrace and an attractive flagstone floor. The snug is the ideal place to read and relax and to enjoy an autumnal evening.

      The first floor consists of three bedrooms, all of which are in good decorative order and enjoy far-reaching countryside views. The well-appointed bathroom has the benefit of a free-standing bath together with a separate shower cubicle.

      Discreetly positioned to the side of garden is a detached timber lodge. Supporting multigenerational living, the modern accommodation comprises in brief: fitted kitchen, open plan sitting room / dining area, two bedrooms and shower room.

      The gardens are a fabulous extension of the property. A gravelled drive leads to the principal parking area and in turn to an attractive path which sweeps to the main entrance. Laid to lawn, there is an array of mature trees, shrubs and plants together with a host of deep-set flower beds and established hedging. In addition, there is a substantial kitchen garden: grape vines, raspberries, gooseberries and red currants are but a selection.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Field Barn is a delight, hidden away and occupying the most wonderful position, a special home!

    Phil BatesProperty agent

    Local information

    • Ashleworth is a quintessential Gloucestershire village located approximately 14 miles from Cheltenham and 7 miles from Gloucester. Together with an ancient parish church, St. Andrew and St. Bartholomew, Ashlesworth Hub serves as a shop, post office, café and community focal point. In addition there are a host of outdoor activities to be enjoyed, principally hiking and hacking.
    • The Regency town of Cheltenham has a host of restaurants, shops and bars. There is a vibrant centre with a wider selection of amenities, a cinema and a hospital. There is a mainline train station with direct routes to London Paddington. (approximately two hours)
    • The cathedral city of Gloucester has a host of amenities, shops, restaurants, and bars. In addition there is a city hospital and a mainline train station.
    • Communications are strong; the M50 motorway is approximately 8 miles away, the M5 is approximately 12 miles away with direct routes to Birmingham, Bristol an the West Country.

    Additional information

    • Services connected: Mains electric, electric boiler and heating, under floor heating, private drainage.
    • Local Authority: Tewkesbury Borough Council.
    • Directions: Directions - From Gloucester follow the A417 passing through Maisemore heading to the village of Hartpury you will see The Royal Exchange Public House on the left. Just before the public house turn right into Broad Street. Proceed along Broad Street into the village of Ashleworth. As you enter the village, Longridge Lane is signposted on the right hand side. Turn right here and proceed down the lane for approximately half a mile where the drive can be found on the left hand side.
    • EPC Exempt