Manor Barn Court, Hazleton, Gloucestershire

£650,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
An attractive 3 bedroom Cotswold stone barn conversion set in a delightful village.

Location

Hazeldean Cottage is situated within an attractive collection of Cotswold stone properties. Hazelton is a delightful village, mainly period properties and situated amongst the unspoilt rolling Cotswold countryside. The community is centred around the village hall and St Andrews Church.

Hazelton is situated approximately a mile from the A40 which gives excellent access to Cheltenham to the west, Oxford to the east and Cirencester to the south.

Northleach is approximately 5 miles and provides a useful range of local amenities including a convenience store, a butcher, wine bar, Post office and a couple of public houses.

Cheltenham which is 11 miles, is the areas principal commercial and cultural centre with an extensive high street including many national retailers and boutique traders alike. Cheltenham is also well known for its festivals including the national hunt festival in March together with the literature festival in the autumn and other festivals spread throughout the year.

Description

Hazeldean Cottage is an attractive former agricultural barn and converted in 1987 to form a pleasing two storey mid terraced house. It has an attractive central and protruding gable with front door with glazed panels and flanked either side by casement windows under a reconstituted Cotswold stone tiled roof.

The property has comfortable accommodation with an entrance lobby and cloakroom leading to a generous sitting room with open fireplace and separate kitchen/breakfast room. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom.

The garden is set to the front with a westerly aspect. It is mainly laid to lawn surrounded by shrub and herbaceous borders and together with a mature Acer and Silver Birch. In turn the garden is bordered by natural Cotswold stone walling.

Accommodation

Entrance Lobby.

Cloakroom

Low level w.c wash hand basin with tiled surround, radiator, beamed ceiling, casement window with opening fanlight.

From the entrance lobby

Glazed panel door to

Sitting room/Dining room

Open fireplace with a Cotswold stone surround, cut stone bressummer, raised hearth and mantlepiece, beamed ceiling, television point, 2 casement windows, 4 wall light points.

Door to Kitchen.

Kitchen

One and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with single drainer and mixer tap set within a wide timber surround with a range of cupboards and drawers beneath. Space for automatic washing machine and separate space for dishwasher. Wall mounted Vaillant LPG gas fired combination boiler, Rangemaster Elan cooker with 5 ring gas hob, double oven and grill. Two housemaids cupboards. Space for upright fridge freezer. Semi-glazed and panelled door leading to the garden at one end and casement windows looking towards the church to the other.

From the Sitting room/Dining room

Staircase with polished hand rail and turned balustrading lead to the first floor landing. Access to the roof space. Airing cupboard with radiator and slatted timber shelving.

Bedroom 1

Casement window overlooking the church to one side and garden to the other. T.V point.

Bedroom 2

Range of book shelves, exposed timber beam and raised ceiling.

Bedroom 3

Plus a built in wardrobe cupboard.

Bathroom

White suite comprising panelled bath with chrome mixer tap and shower attachment with a glazed shower screen and tiled walls. Heated towel rail, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, low level w.c.

Outside

Hazeldean Cottage is approached by a shared gravel drive leading to an attached single garage with a pair of painted timber doors. It is constructed of natural Cotswold stone under a pitched reconstituted Cotswold stone tiled roof. The garage has a mezzanine floor.

A pedestrian timber gate and path leads to the front door flanked to either side by lawn with a small patio abutting the front of the property and surrounded by flower and herbaceous borders, together with natural Cotswold stone walling.

Services

Mains electricity and water are connected to the property. Private drainage. LPG Gas central heating. Please Note: We have not tested any equipment, appliances or services in this property. Prospective purchasers are advised to commission appropriate investigations prior to formulating their offer to purchase.

Local Authority

Cotswold District Council, Trinity Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire.

Tel: 01285 623000.

Council Tax

Band E

Rates payable for 2020/21 - £2,122.39

Directions

From the Northleach roundabout (junction of the A40/A429) head in a westerly direction towards Cheltenham on the A40. After approximately 3 miles turn right signed to Hazleton.

Double back on yourself and follow the country lane for approximately three quarters of a mile and bear left signed to St Andrews Church. As the road rises bear left directly opposite the church spire and Hazeldean Cottage will be seen up on the right hand side.

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