Guide price £465,000
Three bedroom barn conversion
- Semi Detached
- Barn Conversion
- Double Garage
- View EPC Rating
The property is entered through a solid wood door into the entrance lobby with a separate cloakroom making the ideal place to kick off boots after a stroll through the surrounding countryside. A door from the lobby leads through to the welcoming dining room which makes the ideal space for entertaining. Stairs from the dining room lead to the first floor.
The dual aspect kitchen is adjacent to the dining room and has an excellent range of Shaker style base and wall cabinets with wood effect laminate work tops and a single electric oven with electric hob. There is space and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine. From the kitchen French doors lead out to the rear enclosed garden.
The inviting sitting room is dual aspect with solid wood floor and exposed beams. There is a wood burning stove which makes a real focal point of the room. Off the sitting room there is a further reception room which would make a great study or playroom.
Upstairs there is a master bedroom with built-in wardrobes and an en suite shower room comprising shower, wash hand basin set within a vanity unit and low-level WC. There are two further bedrooms both with built-in wardrobes. The family bathroom has a white suite comprising a panelled bath with shower attachment, pedestal wash basin, bidet, low-level WC and heated towel radiator.
The barn is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac with a shared driveway. Across the shared driveway the property has two single adjoining garages with private parking for two cars. To the rear is a lovely enclosed garden predominantly laid to lawn with herbaceous borders and a terrace making the perfect spot to sit and enjoy the tranquil surroundings.
Tarlton is a pretty village, set amidst the Cotswold countryside. It has a small chapel, St Osmunds, and the Tunnel House Public House is within walking distance of the village. The nearby market towns of Cirencester and Tetbury have an excellent range of shops and services. The main regional centres are Bath, Bristol, Swindon, Gloucester and Cheltenham, all of which are within daily commuting distance. Kemble Station is a short drive with daily trains to London Paddington (approx.75 mins.) and Junction 15 of the M4 about 22 miles away. There are many local sporting activities including golf courses, polo and racing at Cheltenham. The surrounding countryside offers plenty of opportunities for walks. There is a good choice of both private and state schools in the area. Local primary schools at Sapperton and Rodmarton and private schools include Westonbirt, Rendcomb, Beaudesert and the Cheltenham schools.