An enchanting edge of village house with a large garden and rural views.
5 Barnsley is an enchanting Grade II listed, period semi-detached cottage, constructed of natural Cotswold stone under a stone tile roof. Having been sympathetically extended and modernised to complement the original character, the property offers good sized, flexible and well-proportioned accommodation over two floors.
The cottage is superbly presented and retains a number of period features, including fireplace, exposed beams and a window seat. On the ground floor, the front door leads into a spacious hall from which the staircase rises to the first floor. The sitting room is a cosy room with a fireplace and wood burning stove, and has a snug/study leading off with triple aspect over the gardens. The kitchen/breakfast room features French doors leading off the dining area on to the gardens, it is fitted with a range of handmade units and has a utility room and cloakroom leading off.
On the first floor is a large main bedroom with lovely views, two further bedrooms and a well-appointed bathroom.
The property is approached via a gravelled parking area with ample space for several cars. The garden extends to about a third of an acre and is wrapped in a stone wall with views of open farmland to the rear. The property features two lawned areas interspersed by a number of mature trees and has a mixture of shrub and herbaceous borders, together with a terrace, lovely stone outhouse, large greenhouse, summer house and garden sheds.
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This house sits so perfectly on the edge of this beautiful Cotswold village.Sebastian Hipwood