- Updated Barn Conversion
- Open Plan Kitchen Dining and Sitting Room
- Panoramic Countryside Views
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Family Bathroom
- Underfloor Heating
- Entrance Hallway
- Off Street Parking For Multiple Vehicles
- Attractive Village Location
An attractive and tranquil two-bedroom barn conversion with panoramic
countryside views, situated within the idyllic Cotswold village of Leighterton.
Elmes Barn was converted by the current vendors from a
derelict agricultural barn into a characterful home. The property would also
lend itself very well as an investment, given the holiday let potential that it
enjoys from its location.
The accommodation is arranged across a single storey with
vaulted ceilings and exposed beams throughout. The centre of the property is an
open-plan space that incorporated the kitchen, dining area and sitting room.
There is a wood burner to one end as well as are two sets of full height glazed
windows and doors opening onto the garden. The view is one to be admired, soaking
up a panoramic countryside outlook. The kitchen itself is fitted with a range
of wall and base units with an integrated oven, hob and extractor hood, plus a
dishwasher and plumbing for a washing machine.
There are two double bedrooms situated at either end of the
property, both enjoying plenty of natural light from the large windows and of
course the equally as eye catching outlook. A family bathroom and an entrance hall
complete the property. There is also an attic area above the bathroom, which is
a great storage area.
To the exterior of this property is a good-sized gravelled
driveway with space for multiple vehicles, whilst the remainder is a low-maintenance
garden that is laid to lawn and bordered by a post and rail fence.
The property is understood to be connected to mains
electricity and water. The heating is fired by oil and there is private
drainage via a cesspit. Council tax band E (Cotswold District Council).
EPC - G.
Leighterton is a very charming and well regarded ‘Cotswolds’ village. It has a
great community centred around a highly rated Primary School, a village pub and
St Andrews’ Church. Westonbirt Arboretum borders the southern side of the
village and there are some great public footpaths, including the Monarch’s Way,
that pass directly through. With the A46 passing nearby, the village is ideally
placed for easy access to both the M4 and M5 motorways, and is approximately
30-40 minutes from Bath, Bristol, Gloucester and Cheltenham.
Nearby Tetbury, a historic wool town that also has links to HRH The Prince of
Wales, sits just c.5miles from Leighterton. Here a full selection of essential
amenities can be found including supermarkets, schools and many independent