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About the property
Stunning four bedroom period stone barn located on Minchinhampton Common. Sympathetically updated to include new kitchen, bathroom and en suite shower room plus oak doors, flagstone floors and decorated throughout plus a private and mature garden, the property is ready to occupy and enjoy Read more
Stunning four bedroom period stone barn located on Minchinhampton Common. Sympathetically updated to include new kitchen, bathroom and en suite shower room plus oak doors, flagstone floors and decorated throughout plus a private and mature garden, the property is ready to occupy and enjoy
Welcome to Blueboys Barn, a four-bedroom Grade II listed barn that is believed to date back to the early 1700`s. The current owner, who has owned the property for the last three years has undertaken a sympathetic refurbishment programme and so, presents to the market a property that is able to move straight into and enjoy, right from the very first minute.
Situated in the a thriving small hilltop town of Minchinhampton which sits on a tongue of high land between the `Golden Valley` and the Nailsworth valley. The town`s shops clustered in and around the High Street comprise a general store, two hairdressers, a chain store, a ladies` boutique, a butcher`s shop, a local organic dairy outlet, two restaurants, a cafe, a post office and several charity shops. The main square has a War Memorial, and a 17th-century Market House. The town also has doctors` and dentists` surgeries, a public library, a school
Minchinhampton is close to the home of the Princess Royal, Gatcombe Estate, which hosts the Gatcombe Horse Trials in late summer each year. Minchinhampton Golf Club has three courses. The Cherington and Avening Courses are located near the villages of the same name, South East of Minchinhampton. The Old Course is located on Minchinhampton Common.
Returning to the property a gravelled driveway is access through a five-bar gate and leads to the parking area, where a single detached garage is also located. The gardens are all found to the rear of the property and a pathway leads to the house. Once inside, the finish is superb and the work that has been undertaken, complements the house beautifully.
Downstairs comprises of a light and spacious entrance hall with French doors leading into the garden whilst flagstone floors and oak doors work well with the natural light the room affords. The main sitting room is a lovely size, with engineered oak flooring and a large stone fireplace where a log burner sits inset.
The dining area offers the same flooring as found in the entrance hall and the room is spacious and light due to a series of raised windows. A window seat run the length of the room whilst an opening in the wall leads neatly into the modern fitted kitchen. The kitchen has quartz worksurfaces, a Belfast sink and a central Smeg range cooker, plus a host of further integrated appliances. With the two rooms being linked, this room is perfect for entertaining and socialising and is sure to be the heart of the home.
Moving upstairs there are four bedrooms, all of which are well proportioned with bedrooms two and three having fitted wardrobes. The master bedroom benefits from a modern three-piece en suite shower room.
The final room to complete the property is the family bathroom which offer a Jacuzzi spa bath.
To summarise, Blueboys Barn is a wonderful four-bedroom family home, located within a desirable Gloucestershire village and as such, interest is expected to be high so to avoid disappointment, please do contact us on 01242 220080 to book your viewing.
NB: The seller of this property has a connection to the company and the Director of Fine and Country, Cheltenham
Directions Leave Cheltenham along the A46 ( Shurdington Road) following the signs for Brockworth and Stroud. At the roundabout continue straight onto and continue along this road for approx. nine miles, passing through villages to include Cranham and Painswick. Dropping into Stroud at the first roundabout take the first exit. At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit and at the third roundabout ( double), continue straight over following the signs for Bath. Take the left hand turn onto Rodborough Hill. Continue for approx. two miles and at The Bear Hotel bear right onto Butterow Hill. Continue for approx one mile and turn right onto Cirencester Road. Continue along through Minchinhampton Common, where the property can be found on the right hand side of the road
Notice Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.