A converted Cotswold stone barn in a pretty village in the Cotswolds with an abundance of natural features; exposed brickwork, timber plank walls and ceilings and good natural light.
The main house is entered through the kitchen with a pale blue and cream chequerboard floor and dining area. This space is open to the eaves of the building. This over looks the double height sitting room with brick and wooden walls, crittal windows and a suspended log burner. A black metal staircase leads down into this area alongside the spacious bedrooms and bathrooms. All overlooking the garden.
There is a courtyard and parking connecting the main house and the stone annexe.
By train, 1h 10 to London Paddington from Charlbury.
By car, 70 miles from London.