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  • Entrance Hall
  • Sitting Room
  • Dining Room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Play/Music Room
  • Double Bedroom with en-suite Bathroom &Dressing Room
  • Further Double Bedroom with en-suite Shower Room
  • 2 Single Bedrooms
  • Family Bathroom
  • Garden & Single Garage


An attractive and spacious period barn conversion in a quiet village position. The Property Built in a mixture of red brick and blue lias stone, The Granary forms one of four barn conversions in a quiet position on the edge of this attractive village. A path leads to the half-glazed front door and the entrance hall off which there is a cloakroom with wc and washbasin. The sitting room has a brick fireplace fitted with a woodburning stove and an exposed stone wall. Double doors open to the adjacent dining room with two steps up to the attractive kitchen/breakfast room which has a terracotta tiled floor, a range of oak base and wall units, single drainer one and a half bowl sink, ceramic hob and twin oven, integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer. The adjacent play/music room is a great asset for family living. The stairs lead split into two directions, on the left a double bedroom has a built-in wardrobe and an en-suite shower room with shower cubicle, washbasin and wc. There is a family bathroom with a shower over, washbasin and wc. Off the landing to the right there are two single bedrooms on either side and a further double bedroom with en-suite bathroom and a dressing room beyond, currently used as a study. There are 4 eaves cupboards with storage areas either side of the master bedroom and also a boarded loft approximately 25' in length with access via a pull down ladder. Outside In front of the property there is a small area of garden with lawn, rose bushes, and shrubs. There is an adjacent paved parking area in front of the single garage and three further dedicated parking spaces. The main garden lies to the rear and has a paved terrace, a water feature, wisteria arbour, gravelled eating area and steps to a lawn with apple and silver birch trees and a sheltered area of decking. Location Pebworth is a pretty village on the Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire borders. Mentioned in the Domesday Book it has a church, a thriving primary school and a pub. Stratford-upon-Avon is the main shopping and cultural centre for the area, whilst Chipping Campden, Mickleton and Broadway provide a range of local facilities. Honeybourne railway station has regular services directly to Oxford and London Paddington. • Mickleton about 3.5 miles • Chipping Campden about 6 miles • Broadway about 8 miles • Stratford-upon-Avon about 9 miles • Honeybourne (mainline railway to Paddington) about 2.5 miles (Distances approximate)