Farm Lane, Westmancote, Gloucestershire. GL20 7ES

£900,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
A stylishly renovated Grade II Listed, mid-18th Century barn with two acres of gardens and paddock that combines the innate character and charm of a period home with the refinements expected of modern day living.

Entrance Porch

Glazed vista over garden.

Entrance Hall (13' 10" x 16' 02" or 4.22m x 4.93m)

16ft high ceiling with Velux window, open-tread oak staircase rising to first floor. All internal latch and brace pine wood panelled doors, solid oak floor. Built-in cloaks cupboard. Two double radiators.

Ground Floor Cloakroom

Two piece suite, tiled floor, single radiator.

Double Garage (25' 02" x 21' 09" or 7.67m x 6.63m)

Corner-sited Potterton Kingfisher gas-fired central heating boiler, twin double timber doors and eminently suitable for conversion to further residential accommodation.

Living Kitchen (17' 01" x 20' 01" or 5.21m x 6.12m)

Ceramic tile floor, some random pointed stone walls with slatted windows, exposed antique beams to the ceiling, tile topped wood-trimmed work surfaces with ten base units, housing for fridge, canopied cooker hood over gas hob, inset bullseye spots to the ceiling and particularly attractive timbered pillars to the kitchen, doorway leading to dining room. Two circular inset sinks with mixer tap and water purifier, outlook over garden. Split-level electric double oven.

Dining Room (20' 04" x 10' 05" or 6.20m x 3.18m)

Solid oak floor, batons to the ceiling, outlook over garden, double and single radiator, frosted rear window, half stone-treaded staircase leading into living room.

Living Room (25' 10" x 16' 06" or 7.87m x 5.03m)

Three A-framed antique timbers with substantial oak lintel over inglenook fireplace with Villager wood-burning stove on stone hearth. Two double radiators, 15ft 9in high apex ceiling, particularly attractive picture window with outlook over garden.

Landing (40' 0" x 7' 0" or 12.19m x 2.13m)

Two southerly-facing Velux windows, two double radiators. All internal latch and brace pine wood panelled doors. Built-in airing cupboard.

Master Bedroom (21' 07" x 12' 09" or 6.58m x 3.89m)

Two double and one single full-height built-in wardrobes with cupboards above, exposed beams, double radiator.

En Suite Bathroom/WC (15' 01" x 6' 01"Max Max or 4.60m x 1.85m Max)

Travertine tile split-level floor, marble top with inset ceramic sink unit, large dressing mirror, fully tiled walls, close-coupled low-flush WC, enamel steel bath with central mixer tap, delta-shape shower cubicle, ladder-style chrome heated towel rail and radiator, double cupboard unit.

Bedroom 2 (13' 00" x 14' 05" or 3.96m x 4.39m)

Double radiator, westerly-facing window and northerly aspect over front garden.

Bedroom 3 (7' 05" x 14' 01" or 2.26m x 4.29m)

Velux swing window, double radiator.

Bedroom 4 (14' 09" x 8' 03" or 4.50m x 2.51m)

Double radiator, views over garden.

Study (14' 09" x 9' 07" or 4.50m x 2.92m)

Velux window, single radiator.

Famliy Bathroom (11' 00" x 7' 00" or 3.35m x 2.13m)

Ceramic tile floor, ladder-style chrome heated towel rail and radiator, three piece suite in white, close-coupled low-flush WC, panelled bath with shower and screen above, ceramic bowl wash hand basin with two double cupboards below. Travertine tile walls, double radiator. Large dressing mirror.

Outside

Gardens and grounds extend to approximately 2 acres, with the property positioned within the south-western corner of the site. Sweeping gardens with mature willow trees from which the property takes its name, several seating areas, and a horse box enclosed with fencing beyond which there is a menage and paddock, suitable for one/two horses or ponies or various other animals. The twin five-bar stone pillared, gated entrance leads to a gravel driveway with off-street parking for around six vehicles and a turning bay to the side. The formal gardens immediately adjacent to the property have an ornamental waterfall, lily pond, and superb patio area for al fresco dining.

Directions

Proceeding south along the A46 from Evesham, continue past the turning for Ashton-under-Hill, then take the second turning into Station Road towards Beckford. Continue through the village to Conderton, Overbury and into Kemerton, after which, take the next turning on the right towards Westmancote. On entering the village, take the second turning on the left into Farm Lane, and Willow Barn is then the second property on the right hand side.

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