Possibly one of the earliest barn conversions in the country, we understand Springfields Farm pre-dates the Victorian era and has been owned by the same family for more than 200 years and carried out the conversion approximately 85 years ago. The farm house stands in a beautiful rural setting, requires sympathetic updating and is offered with 7.6 acres of land including the gardens and outbuildings.
This charming farmhouse stands in a pretty rural setting just one mile from the village of Brockworth which offers a good choice of day to day amenities including a range of shops, supermarkets, leisure centre, doctors surgery and a post office. The property stands in a small enclave of dwellings and benefits from lovely views over its own gardens and is conveniently situated for access to the larger regional towns of Cheltenham and Gloucester both of which are within 6 miles. There are excellent transport links serving the area including the A46, A417 and the M5 motorway at junction 11a which is 3 miles distant.
Coming to the market for the first time since its conversion this is a wonderful opportunity to acquire an individual detached single storey farm house forming part of
a small enclave of dwellings
Beautiful rural setting in the Cotswold area of outstanding natural beauty
Reception hall, two large reception rooms, kitchen with a breakfast area, versatile sitting room or home office and utility room
Five ground floor bedrooms and a useful storeroom
Potential to create additional first floor bedrooms
Mature gardens with an adjacent Dutch barn, former cattle shed and outbuildings
The small rural hamlets of Little Witcombe and Great Witcombe are located at the foot of both Birdlip and Crickley hills. The villages benefit from a small number of amenities including two churches, a public house and a Premier Inn and within a short drive there is a Beefeater restaurant, garage, hotel and garden centre. There is a selection of leisure attractions close by including the 270 Climbing Park, cricket club and David Lloyd fitness in the neighbouring village of Brockworth, in addition there are stunning walks on Coopers Hill where the Cheese rolling festival is held annually. The nearby M5 & A417 provide access to Swindon, Bristol, Oxford & Birmingham.
Mains water, drainage, gas and electric, are connected to the property.
Tewkesbury Borough Council: 01684 295010.
Council Tax Band: (F) – £2,759.62 (2022/2023).
Epc Rating: G
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents.