A substantial and impressive Grade II* listed converted Manorial Tythe Barn situated in the heart of this sought-after village adjacent to the parish church. No onward chain
DESCRIPTION Situated adjacent to the parish church and village green in the heart of this sought-after village, a substantial Grade II * listed former Manorial Tythe Barn which has been converted into an impressive family sized home. Thought to have been originally built in the 15th Century and mentioned in Pevsner’s ‘Historic buildings of England’, the property is built in natural stone with a symmetrical eight bay design and offers substantial, yet comfortable and beautifully presented accommodation extending in all to around 4479 internal sq.ft.
Entered via spacious reception hall with flagged floor and galleried landing over, there are five separate reception rooms on the ground floor which comprise a light and spacious drawing room, separate dining room, a delightful sun room overlooking the rear garden, a play room and a cozy family room. The stunning and very high-quality bespoke kitchen by McCarron & Company boasts a full height gallery over, a large central island with induction hob, a traditional four oven Aga, a Wolf Sub Zero oven and further Gaggenau and Miele built in appliances. Directly off the kitchen is a cosy snug whilst there is a separate utility room, cloakroom and boiler room. On the first floor, there are five equally spacious bedrooms, three of which benefit from en-suites. The master suite has a fitted walk in wardrobe and a generous en-suite bathroom with separate bath and shower. Also located on the first floor is a family bathroom and a stunning light filled galleried study.
Externally, the property is approached over a sweeping drive with ample parking in front of the triple garage which has an integrated workshop making it ideal for the car enthusiast. The grounds extend to half an acre laid mostly to lawn with the south-facing garden arranged at the rear of the property landscaped with a large raised patio and flower beds.
SITUATION Crudwell is situated between Cirencester and Malmesbury and has a strong community spirit, an ‘Outstanding Ofsted’ primary school, a charming Grade I listed medieval church, an active village hall with a Pre-school, Play Group, Scouts, Girl Guides and tennis club. The village has a Post Office counter and has an enviable reputation amongst food lovers as The Potting Shed, was ‘Pub of the Year 2012’. There is excellent shopping available locally in Cirencester and Malmesbury. Both have good Secondary Schools and Cirencester has a higher educational college and nearby the famous Royal Agricultural College (now University). Many residents commute to either London or Bristol with only a short drive to Junction 17 of the M4 whilst Kemble Station is about 4 miles which has a frequent service to both London Paddington and Cheltenham.