Gloucester Street, Faringdon, Oxfordshire, SN7 7JA

Under Offer Guide Price, £500,000

  • bedrooms4
  • bathrooms2
  • receptions5

Property Description

A short walk from the town centre, tucked away in a private location set back off Gloucester Street, a truly unique 4 bedroom detached barn conversion, with generous off road parking and a garage.

A well-presented and highly individual 4 bedroom barn conversion, offering flexible living space on the ground floor with generous private parking and garage, set within a quite private location, within a 2 minute walk of the town’s centre.  Truly a unique property and must be viewed to appreciate its charm and individuality.

Approached across a private driveway, the front door leads into an entrance hall which in turn leads directly ahead into the modern kitchen/breakfast room.  To the rear of the kitchen is a galleried dining area which links through via a small set of steps to the sitting room which has an attractive open fire place.  To the left of the kitchen, accessed through double doors is a light and airy garden room with wood burning stove and double doors to the rear garden.  To the right is an additional room currently used as a study.  A wet room with shower and utility area complete the ground floor.

Stairs lead to the first floor where there are 4 bedrooms and a spacious family bathroom.

Accessed from Gloucester Street, the privately owned driveway provides parking for a number of cars and gives access to the garage.  To the rear of the garage is an additional area that has been used as an office, gym and more latterly a store room.  The south facing and private rear garden provides a mixture of paved seating areas, lawn and established planting.

Reference: 10924918 EAID:3552051449 BID:461801

Key Features

  • Full of character and charm
  • Spacious and flexible accommodation
  • A truly unique detached property, viewing is essential
  • Feature fire place & wood burning stove
  • Town centre location with parking and garage
  • Additional seperate study