Can our Chipping Campden team help you?

Get in touch

Got a question for NAME?

Get in touch

A well-presented Cotswold stone barn conversion in a peaceful rural hamlet.


  • Entrance hall
  • Sitting room
  • Kitchen/dining room
  • TV/music room
  • Cloakroom
  • 3 double bedrooms
  • 2 bath/shower rooms
  • Attractive gardens
  • Double garage & parking
  • Quiet village location


The Linhay, which is Grade II listed, forms the end part of an attractive period Cotswold stone barn which was converted by the well-known local firm Calarel Developments in 1992. The property is well presented throughout and entered via a light hallway incorporating a downstairs WC and cloak storage, leading through to the open plan kitchen/dining/living room with glazed panels and door to the patio and attractive garden. There is a useful utility and TV/Music room also on the ground floor. On the first floor there is a main bedroom suite, further bedroom, WC and shower room. The second floor allows space for a study and a bedroom, also the necessary consents have been received to build a bathroom. The house is approached by a shared drive leading to a parking area and front garden of lawn with well stocked flower borders and hidden away behind mature shrubs is a very useful timber shed and composting bins. The main part of the garden lies to the rear of the house and is south facing with a sheltered patio leading up to a lawn with flower borders and various ornamental trees. The driveway leads around to the separate garage block in which there is a double garage with storage area to the side, twin up and over doors, loft storage above with ladder, electric light and power. There is a bulk LPG storage tank. Parking for 6 cars at both the front and back of the property. Hidcote Boyce is a small, quiet hamlet set amidst rolling countryside high on the Cotswold Hills within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The historic market town of Chipping Campden is less than 3 miles away and offers a variety of everyday shops and services including a number of restaurants, churches, schools, doctor's surgery and a leisure centre. Stratford-upon-Avon and Cheltenham are the main shopping and cultural centres for the area. Communications are good with direct rail links to London from Honeybourne or Banbury or by road via the M40.