Imagine living here...
This beautiful Cotswold stone barn conversion would make a truly special home. Thought to be over 300 years old The Barn was converted in the 1980’s and accommodation is built around a wonderful open plan living area on the 1st floor.
The ground floor entrance hall leads into 3 double bedrooms, one with built in wardrobes, oak flooring and access to the utility room. The refitted bathroom includes a separate shower cubicle and has been completely modernised with stylish tiles and vertical radiator.
The open plan living area is a real feature and includes views of the oak trusses and aerial walkway. At the heart of the living area is an Inglenook fireplace perfect for evening relaxing, and to the opposite side is the dining area and kitchen. The kitchen includes oak flooring, a 5 ring gas range with double oven, integrated fridge and freezer, space for a dishwasher and plenty of wall/base units.
A charming stairway leads up from the first floor to the 2nd floor landing. This is currently being used as a study and provides more views of the barn's roof and 3 large skylights. The walkway guides through to additional double bedroom.
The delightful front garden is laid to lawn and is surrounded by borders with flowers and shrubs. A stone path leads to the 1st floor entrance that is accessed by a balcony. Next to the home is a 37ft stone garage that has power and lights, a gravelled driveway big enough for 2 cars and additional parking to the side.
With exposed stonework, oak beams and deep window sills this home has exceptional character throughout, viewing is highly recommended.
Fairford is a small town in Gloucestershire, England. The town lies in the Cotswolds on the River Coln, about 6 miles (9.7 km) east of Cirencester, 4 miles west of Lechlade and 9 miles north of Swindon. It benefits from a wide range of facilities including a Pre-School, Primary School, Secondary School, Doctor's Surgery, and a hospital outpatient clinic, two Dentists, Opticians, a Library, Sports Hall, a Community Centre, and the Palmer Hall. There are also some good shops and a Post Office.