Didbrook Fields, Toddington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 5PE | Property for sale | Savills
2.22 Ac(0.90 Ha)
Guide price £1,400,000

Didbrook FieldsToddington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 5PE

  • Freehold

Key features

  • Superb Cotswold barn conversion home
  • Large range of outbuildings and barns, over 8,000 square feet plus open dutch barn
  • Commercial studio currently antiques barn
  • Extensive hard standing
  • In total 2.22 acres

Lovely Cotswold home with barns and other outbuildings of over 8,000 square feet suitable for a variety of uses, currently run as antiques barn and premises, set in 2.22 acres

About this property

  • Set in a small cluster of properties, Didbrook Fields Farm is a stylish barn conversion home in lovely Cotswold stone. The property retains a wealth of character features to include exposed beams, vaulted ceilings to the first floor, stonework and a wood-burning stove. The accommodation is light and airy with large, open rooms ideal for modern-day living.

    Converted in 2007 the accommodation is set over two floors and extends to 2311 sq ft. The ground floor is open plan with a beautifully appointed kitchen, equipped with a comprehensive range of units to include bespoke cabinetry and AGA, opening to a striking sitting room with a superb Cotswold stone fireplace with inset burning stove. There is also a cloakroom at this level. The first floor consists of a superb reception landing with doors opening to a wonderful balcony that affords superb far-reaching rural views. The principal suite is furnished with an en suite together with a striking mezzanine area, ideally designed to be used as a dressing area. The two further bedrooms have the benefit of en suite facilities together with a walk-in wardrobe.

    To the rear of the home is a secluded courtyard area, beyond which are a range of rooms previously used as children's playrooms and storage, but with scope for improvement and ideal to create further accommodation or an annexe (please see floorplans).

    As well as the buildings currently used as an antique centre, there are two further storage barns and a large open dutch barn. In total, the barns and other outbuildings extend to over 8,000 square feet, plus the large open dutch barn. In addition, to the rear of the barns is a large concrete hard standing and parking area.

    The property is accessed via a driveway past two cottages, leading to the principal entrance, the barn and other outbuildings. An outstanding feature, the extensive range of farm buildings would suit a host of would-be purchasers: commercial and residential alike.

    The grounds are principally laid to gravel areas complimented by decorative beds and established hedging. The paved terrace provides an enviable seating area, with some lovely views. Beyond the house and buildings are larger lawn areas and a small level paddock with natural pond.

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An unusual opportunity - a lovely Cotswold stone home plus over 8,000 square feet of workshops, barns and outbuildings, ideal for those running their own business or looking to generate an income at home.

Catherine AndersonProperty agent

Local information

  • Didbrook Fields Farm is situated in the well regarded village of Toddington. Nearby amenities include a village shop and a renowned public house in addition to a local primary school. The village lies less than 3 miles to the north of the ancient Saxon town of Winchcombe which is furnished with a number amenities to include independent shops and restaurants, a bakery, Doctors' surgery, and schooling. There are a number of wonderful country walks, not least the famous Cotswold Way - well renowned for superb hiking. Approximately 10 miles to the south is Cheltenham, known for its educational establishments, shopping, period buildings and town gardens, and 10 miles to the north lies Evesham and the A44. The beautiful Cotswold village of Broadway is approximately 5 miles north, boasting outstanding rolling countryside and offering superb country walks and equestrian facilities . Further attractions include world-class racing at Cheltenham Racecourse, Prescott Hill Climb, home of the Bugatti owners club, and Sudeley Castle in Winchcombe, which also features a variety of outdoor events. There is access to the M5 at Ashchurch (9 miles away) leading to the larger centres of Birmingham, the Midlands, Bristol and the South West. The A46 is 7 miles away, giving access to the M40 and M42. Trains run to London Paddington from Evesham station, Cheltenham and Gloucester stations, and from Ashchurch to Birmingham.

Additional information

  • Services: Mains electricity and water, private drainage, ground source air pump for central heating - to include underfloor heating to the ground floor.
  • Local Authority: Tewkesbury Borough Council. Band F.
  • Directions: from Broadway continue on the Cheltenham road (B4632) for approximately 3 miles, at the Toddington roundabout take the second exit passing by the village shop. After a short distance, the property will be located on the left as denoted by an antique showroom sign.
  • EPC Rating: C
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: F