Price £950,000 - Available


  • Magnificent converted school & school house
  • 5 Bedrooms inc Annexe
  • Kitchen with adjoining Breakfast room
  • Family bathroom, Cloakroom w/c, 2 x showers
  • Established grounds surround with original outbuildings & summerhouse
  • Grade II Listed with many historic features
  • 5 Receptions
  • Victorian Conservatory/Garden room
  • Main school room, centre of the home, beams, mullions & log burner
  • Drive under garaging & large parking area

The School House at Tibberton is a wonderful family home, set in a rural part of Gloucestershire. Steeped in local history, this property is unique with many outstanding features.

Converted from the original School building and School Masters House over 40 years ago by the present owners. This Grade II Listed property provides superb accommodation for families or those seeking space and rural tranquillity.

A versatile home, which provides an annexe if required within the current accommodation. The house has 5 bedrooms, 5 receptions as well as the kitchen with adjoining breakfast room and superb Victorian conservatory/garden room.

Sympathetically converted, retaining so many original architectural features, yet the house is warm, inviting and enjoys natural light from the deep stone mullioned windows. The layout is mainly on 2 floors with the old school room being full height with exposed timbers/beams, ornate mullions and carvings and the modern addition of engineered oak flooring and a log burner. The whole house is centrally heating by oil and is on mains drainage.

A beautiful garden surrounds School House with areas well stocked with perennials and established beds, as well as the productive vegetable/soft fruit area. A variety of original outbuildings are within the grounds and there is also a summer house and open fronted garaging. A driveway leads to the rear of the house and there is lots of parking at the front of the building too.

This house is difficult to describe on paper and needs to be seen to appreciate all the character, charm and delightful living space within. In a nutshell, it is a comfortable country home which is totally unique.

A little bit of history: The original building was constructed in 1849 by W P Price Esq of Tibberton Court, so that the children of the village and surrounding locality could receive an education. The school moved to more modern premises in 1974 and the current owners purchased in 1978, with the conversion taking place thereafter. Generations of local families attended the school over the 120+ years of its school life


Directions
Directions: Sat Nav GL19 3AQ. Turn onto Buttermilk Lane by the small Garden Centre. Continue for 1 mile though Tibberton and School House, a red brick building, will be found on the left hand side as you leave the village

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.

Floor Plan

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