Price £1,850,000 - Available

  • Five double bedroom, Grade II listed family home offering over 4200 sq ft of internal space
  • Total plot size to incorporate formal gardens and paddocks is circa 2.23 acres
  • Country style kitchen/breakfast room with AGA and French doors to gardens terrace
  • All remaining bedroom also enjoy en suite bathrooms/shower rooms
  • Gardens enclosed by natural stone walling and enjoying sensational, elevated views
  • Located within a highly desirable village, surrounded by open countryside
  • Wonderful accommodation, three spacious receptions, expansive dining hall, underfloor heating
  • Master bedroom with en suite bathroom and walk in dressing room
  • Property accessed via electric double gates leading to large gravelled driveway
  • A property that must be viewed to be fully appreciated

Hill Barn is a Grade II Listed five double bedroom property located within a highly desirable village, situated within an elevated position, and so enjoys the most sensational open countryside views across the county. Offering over 4200 square feet of internal space with gardens and paddocks measuring circa 2.23 acres, this is a property that comes with a high recommendation to view.

The village of Cowley is located between Cheltenham and Cirencester with main attractions to the village including Cowley Manor which was owned by the Horlicks family and is currently being used as a country hotel with villagers benefiting from reduced membership to the health spa and swimming pool. The local parish church of St. Mary lies next to the Manor and dates from the 12th Century whilst the village pub is The Green Dragon. For major shops, both Cheltenham and Cirencester are about 15 to 20 minutes away. This impressive Barn conversion sits on the outskirts of the village and has superb views in all directions

Approaching the property, one cannot help being impressed as you enter through the double height, wrought iron electric gates. The stone built home sits tall and proud with double height glazed entrance hall, guests will very much wish to be welcomed inside to see what this home enjoys.

The dining/hall certainly sets the tone for the rest of the home, with the double height ceiling showing off an expanse of beams to the roof structure, as well as the galleried landing accessed from the oak staircase. With exposed stone walls, a log burning fireplace plus a tiled floor benefiting from underfloor heating, one can be forgiven for missing the view of the garden through the full length glazed French doors at the head of the room.

Of the reception rooms on the ground floor, there are three which are described as; the living room which is full of character and enjoys exposed stonework, beams and a log fire inset to the chimney breast. This room, along with all the rooms on the ground floor enjoys underfloor heating. Further reception rooms to the ground floor include the family room and office.

The kitchen/breakfast room has been styled to be very in keeping with the period of the property and enjoys a wealth of fitted units, an oil-fired AGA, secondary cooking facilities and an array of additional integrated appliances to include the full-size dishwasher. The room also enjoys double aspect windows, which certainly make the most of the views the home affords, a tiled floor, French doors leading to the side terrace with a circular Garden Pod. An additional door leads to the utility room, cloakroom, and integral double garage.

Moving upstairs, the galleried landing leads to all the property's bedrooms, of which all are double bedrooms. The master bedroom benefits from double aspect windows plus a roof window, providing the room with additional natural light. Further features of the room include a walk-in dressing room and en suite bathroom which enjoys a separate shower as well.

Of the remaining rooms, bedrooms two and three enjoy fitted wardrobes whilst three of the rooms enjoy en-suite shower rooms and the final room enjoys an en suite bathroom. Bedroom three which is located to the rear of the property, enjoys a full-length half height glazed wall, and so enjoys wonderful views over the garden and the fields behind.

Stepping outside, the main garden is located directly behind the property and is predominantly laid to lawn and enclosed within natural stone walling. To either side of the garden, five bar gates give access to the individual paddocks, both of which have gated access off the lane the property sits along.
Individually the paddocks measure circa 0.85 acre with the second paddock being slightly smaller at circa 0.75 acre. The smaller paddock has an outbuilding which is currently used for undercover storage, but one would suggest that this could be converted to stabling, tack room and feed store, should the need be there and planning permission obtained.

In summary, this well-appointed home, benefits from spacious accommodation, both inside and out and due this, its location and the views the property affords, we would expect interest to be high so to avoid disappointment, please contact us on 01242 220080 to arrange your viewing.

Please enter the following postcode into your sat nav system: GL53 9NJ. Follow the directions until they stop. At this point continue driving along the lane where the property can be located on your left.

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.

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