A traditional period farmhouse with a separate barn conversion and excellent views over the surrounding countryside
The property comprises a traditional period Cotswold farmhouse which sits well within its land. The house faces south and has plenty of large low windows to make the rooms light and bright, as well as to enjoy the excellent views. Upper Rushmire Farm is not Listed.
The Old Barn
This period Cotswold stone barn was converted in 2012 by the present owners to form a substantial and spacious additional residence. Internally, the property feels more like a traditional house than a barn conversion, with conveniently planned rooms, good ceiling heights and plenty of windows. It would be suitable for various uses, most particularly for family or guests. There is an area of garden to the north.
Main House - E
The Old Barn - C
The property is approached down a long private driveway, bordered by mature lime trees, which
leads to a charming courtyard on the west side of the farmhouse.
The farmhouse sits within well-maintained gardens and grounds. There is a paved terrace on the south side of the house, beyond which are lawns with mixed borders and flowering shrubs. A circular summerhouse, with power and light, makes an attractive feature and there is a vegetable garden with raised beds to one side.
The land is all pasture and is divided into a number of smaller paddocks nearer the house, with large enclosures beyond. In all the property extends to just over 22 acres.
A further 40 acres of adjoining land could be available by separate negotiation.
Approximate Square Feet:
Architectural Style: Farmhouse
Lot Acres: 22.31