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Clayfurlong Barns, Kemble, Cirencester, GL7


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Imaginatively converted from a traditional Grade II listed Cotswold stone barn this property provides an exceptionally spacious and comfortable family home located within a courtyard setting on the edge of the popular village of Kemble with mainline rail links to London. The property retains many of the original features, in particular, period beams and exposed internal stone walling, and is constructed of weathered natural Cotswold stone elevations under a tiled roof. Stone flooring has been laid throughout the ground floor with under floor heating and wide oak floor boards to the first and second floors. The living accommodation revolves around a superb central reception hall which rises dramatically to the full height of the barn. This area is zoned into both dining and family space with gabled porches to the front and rear, each glazed to the full height providing an abundance of natural light. Galleried landings also help to create the feeling of openness and space and there is a well appointed kitchen set off the main reception hall fitted with matching base and wall units, granite worktops and a central work station. The ground floor living space also provides a utility/boot room, cloakroom and two double bedrooms, one of which is ensuite, the other with an adjacent shower room, both creating excellent guest facilities. An impressive galleried drawing room is located on the first floor including a stone fireplace and staircase rising to a galleried study above. Also on this level is a master bedroom with ensuite facilities including a free standing bath and shower and a further double bedroom.


Kemble is a much sought after, conveniently placed village which supports a Parish Church, public house, post office/stores, a primary school and a village hall. In nearby Ewen is the well known public house, The Wild Duck. From the mainline station in the village there is a fast and regular service to London Paddington which takes approximately 80 minutes. Cirencester is the nearest town (approx. 4 miles) and provides an excellent range of shops and services including Waitrose and Tesco superstores. Regional centres include Cheltenham, Bath and Swindon where there are theatres and a greater range of shops. The locality is also excellent for the commuter with access to the M4 at junction 15 and the M5 at junction 11A.


To the front of the property is a garden with a low natural stone boundary wall and a paved pathway to the front entrance. To the rear are enclosed landscaped gardens mostly laid to level lawn and a gated kitchen garden. To the front are two open parking barns each with a timber shed providing storage.


Dining Room

Sitting Room

Utility Room


4 Bedrooms

2 Ensuite Bathrooms

Shower Room

Mezzanine Study


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