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An attractive Cotswold stone barn conversion on the edge of Chipping Campden.


  • Hall
  • Cloakroom
  • Dining Room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Sitting room
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Enclosed garden
  • Double garage
  • Parking


Carters Barn is constructed of the warm honey coloured Cotswold stone beneath a tiled roof and situated in the quite location of The Leasows, a private development with access to the High Street amenities. The property is a semi-detached barn conversion, dating back approximately 300 years and originally used as a dairy. This attractive barn offers an abundance of character features including exposed timbers and stone walls, flagged stone floors, to name a few. The kitchen/breakfast room is light and offers tiled flooring, wall units and the work surface extends to the ideal breakfast area and bar. The Dining room offers plenty of character with the exposed timbers and stonework as well as an oak floor. The sitting room is a fantastic reception room which is double aspect including double doors leading to the garden and an impressive Inglenook fireplace with wood burner as a centrepiece. The first floor consists of a Master bedroom suite with vaulted ceilings which continues throughout most of the first floor. There are 3 further bedrooms and a bathroom. The garden is private and enclosed with a stone wall and gate. There is a lovely paved terrace and sitting out area. The garden is laid to lawn with borders, shrubs and a side access to Blind Lane. The double garage has an up and over door, storage, a Belfast type sink and space and plumbing for fridge, freezer, washing machine, dryer etc. To the front of the garage there is additional car parking and accessed over a private shared driveway. Chipping Campden is one of the most beautiful and historic of all the Cotswold market towns. It lies in a fold of the Cotswold Hills in the heart of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty approximately 12 miles to the South East of Stratford-upon-Avon and 22 miles North of Cheltenham. The town is well known for its traditional Cotswold architecture, much of it dating back to the Middle Ages. There is a good range of shops catering for most everyday needs as well as a number of specialist suppliers, a library, schools and a doctor's surgery. Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon are the main shopping and cultural centres for the region. The surrounding countryside offers many excellent walks and rides and there are ample sporting opportunities. There is a mainline station to London from Moreton-in-Marsh (about 8 miles) and most West Midland centres are within daily commuting distance.