Cornmill, Compton Abdale, Gloucestershire, GL54

£545,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Characterful listed attached barn conversion in need of some updating in the beautiful Compton Abdale

There is a mill mentioned in Compton Abdale in the Domesday Book

This charming spacious mill dates from between the late 18th Century to mid 19th Century

Sympathetically converted from a mill, which ceased production in the late 1940's or early 1950's

The property gives scope for improvement and further development

Welcoming spacious entrance hall with stairs to the first floor

Kitchen / dining room with island unit, tile floor, gas hob, and double doors to the garden

Study / bedroom four with double doors to the front garden

Downstairs shower room and utility room

Impressive double height first floor sitting room with a mezzanine

Three bedrooms and bathroom

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

There is a mill mentioned in Compton Abdale in the Domesday Book

This charming spacious mill dates from between the late 18th Century to mid 19th Century

Sympathetically converted from a mill, which ceased production in the late 1940's or early 1950's

The property gives scope for improvement and further development

Welcoming spacious entrance hall with stairs to the first floor

Kitchen / dining room with island unit, tile floor, gas hob, and double doors to the garden

Study / bedroom four with double doors to the front garden

Downstairs shower room and utility room

Impressive double height first floor sitting room with a mezzanine

Three bedrooms and bathroom

SITUATION

A small rural village in the heart of the Cotswolds, situated just off the A40

St. Oswald's, the village's Anglican church, dates back to the 13th century

Other centres within easy reach and providing a good selection of shops and amenities for everyday needs are Northleach, Cheltenham and Cirencester

Trains from Kemble (15 miles) reach London/Paddington in about 75 minutes

OUTSIDE

Gravel park rail fenced parking area in front of the barn

Breakfast terrace to teh front

Garden, which is mainly laid to lawn with hedge borders

Garden rises up to the rear where there is potential to create a sun terrace

Impressive architectural garden feature of over-shot waterwheel and stream

Vehicular access to the end of the garden at the rear of the property with potential to build a garage, subject to consent

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