Situated within a charming village, away from main roads, equidistant of Tetbury and Cirencester lies this classic individual stone constructed family home.
Completed in 2010 Barnsley Place is a small development of only five individual homes. Number 1 occupies a prominent position on the edge of the small cul de sac close, siding onto the village lane and with a south / westerly rear garden. The property has been traditionally constructed of natural cut stone elevations beneath a pitched conservation tiled roof and has well-proportioned accommodation. The layout briefly offers spacious entrance hall with stairwell rising to first floor, cloakroom off, doors leading into both reception rooms and the kitchen. The principal reception has a double aspect, chimney breast housing stone fire surround and glazed door leading into the rear gardens.
The kitchen has been fitted with a good range of base and wall mounted cupboards, integral appliances and freestanding electric over. Ample space for breakfast dining. The utility lies off the kitchen with access to gardens. There are four double bedrooms to the first floor, each with built-in wardrobe, en suite to the master bedroom and family bathroom.
The property is approached via five bar gates leading onto the driveway and double garage. Gardens are predominantly set to the rear laid to lawn and bound by a mixture of stone walling and post and rail fencing.