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Situated in one of arguably the prettiest locations in the Cotswolds is this delightful Grade II Listed five bedroom barn conversion that offers over 4100 square feet of well presented accommodation, parking and beautifully landscaped garden. The property was converted some 20 years ago forming what was once a barn with attached granary and stables, into a fabulous five bedroom home with impressive period features and excellent provision of living space. The accommodation is arranged over two floors comprising on the ground floor a fabulous 34 ft. drawing room with a vaulted ceiling, fire place with open fire and two sets of external double doors. The kitchen breakfast room features a full complement of fitted units, integrated appliances and granite worktops. There are two further spacious reception rooms and to conclude the ground floor is a utility, two cloakrooms, side hall and impressive entrance hall.
There are two staircases to the bedrooms, with the main staircase leading up to a galleried landing where there is a lovely master bedroom with a full range of fitted cupboards/wardrobes and steps down to an ensuite bathroom. Situated to the other end of the landing is a good sized bedroom with an ensuite bathroom. Accessed from the second staircase are three further bedrooms (one with an ensuite bathroom), and a family bathroom. Although the space flows well as one, the arrangement could easily suit buyers looking to accommodate an annexe for relatives or such like.
The small and picturesque hamlet of Winson is nestled beautifully within the rolling landscape of the Coln Valley. It lies within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a Conservation area. A wide and varied selection of shopping and recreational facilities can be found in Cirencester which is just 8 miles away along with excellent state and private schooling options all within the immediate area. Mainline rail services to London from Kemble (13 miles) take 78 minutes, and the A40 is just 6 miles away.
To the front is a 5 bar gate opens on to a driveway / parking area and access to the garage. The garden has been professionally landscaped and offers a low maintenance space to enjoy the idyllic surroundings and beautiful views. It is mainly paved with various planted areas and established shrubbery and hedgerow. It enjoys plenty of privacy and enclosed by Cotswold stone walling.
This building is listed as Grade II under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.
Grade II Listed
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