Bank Farm Barns, Dumbleton, Gloucestershire, WR11


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  • Bedrooms: 3
Principly constructed of brick under a clay tiled roof, The Mill House is an imaginatively converted former farm building that includes a separate self-contained annexe, garaging and a 0.58 of an acre paddock with stable and vehicle access. Entrance is via a wide reception hall with slate tiled floor leading to a superb full height sitting room with exposed "A" frame and beams, with one side of the barn in large double glazed windows out to the front of the property. The kitchen is fitted with a range of base and wall cupboards, a large island with wooden worktops and a two seater breakfast bar and appliances. The paddock is accessed via a set of double doors that lead to the rear of the property where the spectacular views and additional sheltered seating area can be enjoyed. On a sunny day, this is quite a spectacle. The dining room links the living room and kitchen together and easily accommodates a 12 seater dining table and additional furniture. There are three double bedrooms on the opposite side of the house together with a family bathroom and an ensuite to the master. The attached annexe comprises an open plan sitting room with vaulted ceiling, a fully tiled bathroom and a spiral staircase that leads to the double bedroom on the first floor. The annexe also has its own separate entrance, and parking and would be perfect as either a small holiday let, or guest accommodation.


Dumbleton is a former estate village, situated on the north-eastern edge of Dumbleton Hill and is included within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village is remarkably unspoilt and has the benefit of a renowned Cricket Ground, a fine Norman Church, a village club and an hotel. Broadway (6 miles) and Cheltenham (12 miles) all offer first class educational, shopping and leisure facilities. The village is also well-placed for communications with the M5 motorway at Tewkesbury (approx 7 miles) and a mainline station with services to London Paddington in Evesham (6 miles).


Access is off Main Street down a sweeping drive which forks off either side of a row of 5 post boxes. The house can be accessed down either drive. The right leading to the main entrance and parking for the property, and the left drive leading to the garage, paddock entrance and two allocated visitors parking spaces.

Additional Information

Mains water and electricity, oil fired central heating are all connected

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