Broadwell, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire. GL56 0TY


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Discretely positioned within its own unique environment and yet within sight of Broadwell village green, this tastefully and thoughtfully refurbished converted barn has just been re-equipped to a particularly high standard which should be experienced first hand to be fully appreciated.

Walking through each room in the property is like turning the pages of Homes and Gardens magazine where care has been taken to manifest the innate character and charm of a period property with a contemporary twist. The property has many exposed beams and roof timbers, exposed pointed stone walls, some mullion windows, a homely wood burning stove in the living room and high apex ceilings. The contemporary refinements include a bespoke Neptune fitted kitchen with granite worktops and integrated appliances, a bespoke fitted study, all renewed bathrooms and there is oak style karndean flooring to the whole of the ground floor and each wet room.

At first floor level, there is a 36 ft landing with the main bedrooms at each end and the master suite having a luxury four piece en-suite with a roll top bath and probably the best view in the house from the gabled mullion window towards the village green.

Technically speaking the property has recently had all windows and doors replaced and the barn has been sympathetically and tastefully decorated throughout to accentuate its predominantly light and airy interior. The wiring has been upgraded and renewed central heating system is now fired from an external oil boiler.

Externally, the property has ample car parking for at least four vehicles to the front and there is 120 ft westerly orchard garden to the side. The property is approached by private driveway from the green.

Only to be described further in superlatives, the property is recommended for those looking for peace and seclusion in a character home yet only a few hundred yards from the village green on which cricket is played in the summer months.

Broadwell is located between the market towns of Stow on the Wold and Moreton in Marsh with the latter having rail links to Oxford and London Paddington.

Entrance Hall

Two double radiators, exposed ceiling beams and random pointed stone wall forming a feature around rear windows one of which is mullioned. Open tread easy staircase rising to first floor, exposed beams to the ceiling and distressed oak style karndean flooring. High level box housing consume units.

Ground Floor Cloakroom

With two piece suite in white, low flush wc and wash hand basin set onto cupboard unit. Cloaks area and ladder style heated towel rail and radiator.

Study (10' 07" x 7' 06" or 3.23m x 2.29m)

With bespoke fitted furniture on three sides including central desk area, a combination of seven cupboards and drawers and two double dresser units and open book shelves to each side. Beamed ceiling and karndean flooring.

Living Room (20' 11" x 15' 05" or 6.38m x 4.70m)

With karndean flooring to the whole of the room. Stone fireplace and flagstone hearth and cast iron Jotal ??? multi fuel burning stove, exposed beams to the ceiling. One random pointed stone wall to the rear with southerly, westerly and northerly aspected windows including a particularly attractive outlook over the property's side orchard towards the village green.

Open Plan Dining Room/Kitchen (24' 00" x 15' 10" or 7.32m x 4.83m)

With karndean flooring throughout, exposed beams to the ceiling and random pointed stone wall to one corner. Double radiator. Kitchen area with all bespoke Neptune fitted units incorporating an integrated Neff dishwasher, pull out waste bin, two integrated fridges, eight drawers and three further cupboards. Britannia electric stove with induction hob and two circatherm ovens with tiled splash back and double canopied cooker hood above. Three wall mounted cupboards and solid granite worktops with integrated drainer to the side of the double ceramic sink unit with chrome mixer tap above. Central island with five built in cupboards and three pan drawers with matching granite worktop.

Separate Utility Room (11' 01" x 4' 01" or 3.38m x 1.24m)

With matching Neptune cupboards to the kitchen including double and single full height cupboards, two further wall mounted cupboards with central bookcase, granite worktop, space for tumble dryer, space and plumbing for fridge and space for freezer. Ladder style heated towel rail and radiator.

First Floor Landing Area (36' 10" x 7' 07" or 11.23m x 2.31m)

Gallery style landing with battoned ballustrade, exposed purlins and A frame roof timbers, part random pointed stone wall, single radiator and three southerly facing velux windows creating a light and airy atmosphere.

Master Bedroom Suite (20' 11" x 15' 09" or 6.38m x 4.80m)

With two velux swing windows and particularly effective mullioned gable window with outlook towards the village green. Two double radiators, exposed beams and roof timbers and part random exposed wall.

En Suite Bathroom. (8' 04" x 7' 01" or 2.54m x 2.16m)

With four piece suite in white with roll top free standing bath on elevated plinth with central shower attachment and mixer tap, low flush wc and wash hand basin set into double cabinet. Corner sited shower cubicle with rain shower head and sliding glazed screen. Access to loft space, heated towel rail and radiator and part tiled walls, karndean flooring.

Front Bedroom 3 (11' 09" x 11' 08" or 3.58m x 3.56m)

With single radiator, exposed roof timbers, dormer window with elevated window seat.

Dressing Room (8' 00" x 6' 08" or 2.44m x 2.03m)

Dormer window, single radiator, two double and single built in wardrobes to one corner and single radiator.

Family Bathroom/W.C.

With three piece suite in white, wash hand basin set into double cabinet, low flush wc and walk in shower cubicle with rain shower head and attractively tiled interior. Heated towel rail and column radiator and velux window. Shaver point, karndean flooring.

Bedroom 4 (10' 08" x 9' 00" or 3.25m x 2.74m)

Exposed roof timbers, dormer window, single radiator

Bedroom 2 (11' 03" x 16' 06" or 3.43m x 5.03m)

With 11ft Apex ceiling, dormer window to the front with large stone mullioned gable window to the side. Exposed purlins and roof timbers, part pointed stone walling.


Front Courtyard

Gravelled area with patio immediately adjacent to the rear door and parking and turning space for around four vehicles, renewed pvc oil tank and side courtyard area with external Worcester oil fired central heating boiler. The boundary of the property's double wrought iron gates, there is the appearance of a double garage close to the entrance which is ornamental and belongs to the adjacent property which has right of maintenance for the walls in roof etc over this property's garden. Flagged slate pathway to the door with matching flagged patio, lawned area with mature tree, circular patio and side garden approximately 120 ft deep by approx 70 ft wide with mature apple trees and a boundary of random Cotswold stone walling and gated access leading onto the green. Rear area with timber cabin.


From our Moreton in Marsh office turn left continuing south along the Fosseway, A429 towards Stow on the Wold. After approximately 3.5 miles, turn left at the signpost for Broadwell, dropping down into the village taking the second turning on the right signposted The Fox Inn. Continue past the pub on the right hand side and the pedestrian entrance to this property can then be seen straight ahead through the orchard garden. Follow the road round to the left taking the next driveway on the righthand side into a gravel lane which culminates in the driveway to Broadwell Barn.

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Holmans Estate Agent

High Street, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire

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