To Let £2,650pcm (Security deposit: £3,057)
Nr Berkeley, Gloucestershire

Floorplans For Nr Berkeley, Gloucestershire

Description

The Barn is discreetly located on the edge of the unspoilt hamlet of Clapton in the Severn Vale with views over open farmland, a hidden gem in this untouched rural position. The property has been completely transformed into a spacious three bedroom barn extending to over 2,300 sq ft. Presented to an exceptionally high standard throughout the light and well-proportioned accommodation is accessed via an inspiring reception hall that leads to the kitchen and dining area to one side of the barn with the living room, including a feature wood burning stove, on the other side. The entire ground floor arrangement connects to the outside by way of bi fold doors. Further benefits include a utility room, cloakroom and storage cupboard. On the first floor you will find the principal bedroom with a large feature window overlooking the fields and hills beyond. In addition there is a dressing room and en-suite with bath and separate shower cubical. Two equally spacious bedrooms and a bathroom are all positioned off the beautiful galleried landing. Outside you will find a private spacious garden with patio and lawn to the front and a further lawned garden to the side with shed. Private allocated parking can be found to the side for two/three cars. The ground floor benefits from a tremendous amount of natural light and views of the landscape from two aspects. Available mid-August for six month to long term. Viewings Highley Recommend! EPC-TBC

Situation

The hamlet of Clapton is located in the Severn Vale, approximately one mile from the historic market town of Berkeley. Berkeley is situated to the west of the M5 and the A38, to the north of Bristol and to the south of Gloucester and Cheltenham. Berkeley Castle has been home to the Berkeley family for some 900 years, a popular and very interesting historical attraction. The town was also the home of Edward Jenner, pioneer of the smallpox vaccine. The Jenner Museum is a short walk along the lane opposite this house, past the brick cottage that Jenner gave to James Phipps, who as a boy was the first person to receive inoculation. A thriving small rural town, Berkeley has a variety of shops, building society, hotel, public houses and a primary school.

Accommodation & Services

Superior Barn Conversion - Hallway - Cloakroom - Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room With Bifold Doors (Electric Cooker/ Hob With Integrated Dishwasher) - Utility Room - Large Living Space With Wood Burning Stove - Galleried Landing/Office Space - Master Bedroom With Large Feature Window and Views Out Over Open Country Side - Dressing Room & En-Suite Bathroom With Separate Shower Cubical - Two Further Bedrooms - Bathroom With Contemporary and Spacious Accommodation - High Standard Finish - Countryside Location - Private Gardens With Patio Area With Shed - Allocated Private Parking - Unfurnished - Gas C/H- EPC

Local Authority & Council Tax

Stroud District Council Council Tax Band TBC

Disclaimer

Milburys Estate Agents Ltd, their clients and any joint agents give notice that they have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings, heating systems, drains or services and so cannot verify they are in working order or fit for their purpose. Interested parties are advised to obtain verification from their surveyor or relevant contractor. Statements pertaining to tenure are also given in good faith and should be verified by your legal representative. Digital images may, on occasion, include the use of a wide angle lens. Please ask if you have any queries about any of the images shown, prior to viewing. Where provided, floor plans are shown purely as an indication of layout. They are not scale drawings and should not be treated as such.

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