Price guide £500,000
An unusual Grade II Listed barn conversion located in a delightful rural situation on the outskirts of the village of Uley within the grounds of a period country house
An attractive converted stable building that forms part of a select group of unique Grade II Listed properties within the grounds of Stouts Hill. This unusual character property was converted some years ago to provide spacious living accommodation with large, light rooms in a delightful rural aspect on the fringe of the village of Uley. The accommodation is arranged over one floor, with the door to the entrance hall on the east side of the house. A master bedroom with en suite bathroom, third bedroom and family bathroom are found on this side of the property, with the inner hall leading on to a lovely 19′ sitting room. This has a fireplace with a wood burning stove and double doors out on to the front, with a beautiful reclaimed door then opening onto a 25′ kitchen/dining room. A useful utility room and guest bedroom with en suite shower room are beyond this.
The front of the property is clad with Wisteria and Clematis and enjoys a delightful south facing aspect. The pretty gardens are a particular feature of this property and are currently divided into two sections. The first of these areas is laid to lawn and bounded by a mixture of clipped box and beech hedging for privacy with delightful climbing roses and ornamental trees. A further area of garden adjoins meadowland within the ownership of Stouts Hill from which to enjoy the lovely views. There is a paved patio area with slate water feature, external lighting and power socket, with a shed/summerhouse at the bottom of the garden.
Uley boasts a well regarded junior school, village shop/post office, local Public House and the Prima Art Centre which is a popular venue for local events. The town of Nailsworth lies within five miles and is a popular shopping destination within the Stroud Valleys benefiting from a large and comprehensive selection of speciality shops including Williams Food Hall, the famous Hobbs House Bakery, various clothing and gift shops, several cafes and a good selection of very well regarded restaurants. In addition to this the town currently benefits from three supermarkets and free parking. Nailsworth is also home to Forest Green Rovers Football Club where there is a modern leisure/fitness centre and both state and private schooling within the area. Bus services connect with Stroud, some 4 miles away, where there is a more comprehensive selection of shopping, educational and leisure facilities and a railway station offering main line services to London and Gloucester whilst Cam and Dursley station about three miles from Uley provides commuter links to Bristol. Junctions of the M4 and M5 motorways are within access.
The property is now empty, and offered chain free. These photos were taken when the owner was in occupation.
Gas central heating, mains electricity, water and drainage.
The council tax banding is F.
Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill,Westward Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 4UB Tel: 01453 766321