The Old Cow Byre was originally part of the farm and outbuildings belonging to the nearby Eldersfield Court and forms part of a small collection of well-appointed period properties within the village of Eldersfield. The building itself is deceptively large and architecturally interesting with the original conversion being sympathetic to its period inheritance. There are many double height open spaces and generous glazing throughout. The various aspects of the property provide fine views over the rear courtyard, formal gardens and paddocks beyond. The property has an excellent flow and is entered via the glazed entrance hall which contains ample room for boots, coats and outdoor equipment. This room leads into a glazed inner lobby and thereafter to a separate utility room providing additional storage and plumbing for washers/dryers etc. The inner lobby also leads through to the heart of the home; the substantial kitchen/dining room. The kitchen is fitted with a range of quality Miele units married with granite worktops and space for a large range cooker and American style fridge/ freezer. This double aspect room enjoys views over the surrounding countryside. There is ample space for dining table and chairs. The drawing room is a wonderful open space with vaulted ceilings and original wood trusses. This double aspect room has views to the front and rear and two Velux roof lights which bathe the room in light. A wood-burning stove creates a focal point to this space. The mezzanine level, accessed from the separate side stairs, provides flexibility and is currently used as a large home office and studio. It enjoys views over the gardens, paddocks, courtyard and Eldersfield Church. The five bedrooms are located in an independent wing. The master bedroom has been recently re-fitted to include an opulent en suite shower room, large walk-in wardrobe and a further separate double wardrobe. All of the bedrooms enjoy views over the gardens and display original features throughout. The bedroom wing is accessed via a glazed walkway with original wooden trusses and an abundance of light.
Eldersfield is situated approximately 14 miles from Cheltenham and approximately 9 miles from Ledbury. The neighbouring villages of Corse and Pendock lie 2 miles away and both villages offer infant/ junior schooling. Senior schooling is available locally in Cheltenham and Gloucester with Hanley Castle High School being the designated state Senior school and transport provided. Local amenities of Post Office/shop can be found at Pendock and Ashleworth. A doctor’s surgery and other local amenities are found in Staunton, 3 miles distant.
The property is located on the cusp of Eldersfield. The gardens surrounding the property are split into a number of sections to include formal gardens, large courtyard, utilities/stabling areas, carpark and paddocks. The formal gardens are predominantly walled and laid to lawn with a myriad of flower beds providing interest and colour throughout the year. The gardens are relatively low maintenance and include a separate gravel garden, fenced dog run and courtyard. The generous parking area has space for numerous cars and leads on to the stable yard. The detached brick building has two large stables and tack room with attic space accessed via a trapdoor. The detached garage and separate work/tool room are located to the rear. There are two field access points and further parking. The main paddocks are informally split into three, bounded by substantial post and rail fencing and interlinked entrances, with the first paddock containing a large field shelter divided into three bays. A fourth paddock situated to the side of the property, features a large pond.
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