Compton Abdale, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
- Charming and historical
- Grade II Listed
- Former Mill mentioned in "The Domesday Book"
- Sympathetically converted to comfortable home
- Rural Cotswold position
- Abundance of character
- Open plan living space
- Dressed Cotswold stone
- Wood burning stove
A Grade II Listed former mill that has been sympathetically
converted into a home of considerable character. Traditionally
constructed of natural stone elevations beneath a pitched
reconstituted slate roof, this amazing property has been lovingly
restored to highlight many of its original features with
accommodation designed for modern day living.
Corn Mill lies within this idyllic rural Cotswold village just 10 miles
to the east of Cheltenham. The nearby historical market town of
Northleach lies about 4.5 miles and provides a good range of
day to day amenities to include modern medical centre, primary
schooling, choice of convenience stores, post office and
The accommodation currently provides entrance hall with stairs
rising to first floor, large open plan kitchen with fitted units and
comfortable dining space, wood burning stove and dual aspect.
The ground floor provides a bedroom or further reception room
and shower room with WC. On the first floor the landing serves
access into the impressive sitting room with mezzanine study,
vaulted ceiling; master bedroom and bathroom. To the second
floor Corn Mill provides two further bedrooms.
The outside space reflects a shared gravelled driveway leading to
the front with wrought iron gates and fencing. Ample space for
parking. The rear features the water shoot, mill race and wheel.
Beyond is an area of lawn leading up the garden which is
enclosed predominantly by close board fencing.