The Tithe Barn is a wonderfully converted Grade II listed barn set on an idyllic, peaceful lane surrounded by countryside. The property was converted in the 1990’s and offers spacious accommodation with further potential to put your own stamp on.
The property is completely unique and has the 'wow' factor as soon as you enter. Accommodation on the ground floor comprises a large entrance hall, conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room leading to the utility, dining room, sitting room with inglenook fireplace and mezzanine floor, another lounge, bedroom and a shower room.
Upstairs comprises two bedrooms with en suites, modern family bathroom, two further bedrooms and access to the mezzanine floor overlooking the lounge.
Outside the property is approached by a five bar gate which opens onto the long sweeping drive taking you down to the property.
The formal gardens are all around the house and mainly laid to lawn at the rear and side. There is also a patio area under a pergola which is a perfect place to host barbecues.
Opposite the house are some stables which lead into a large field (approximately 10 acres). A beautiful orchard lies within the grounds of Tithe Barn along with two ponds and a huge variety of shrubs.
There is also a ‘Dovecote’ (which previously had planning permission for conversion) along with a double garage.
The Tithe Barn is situated in the picturesque village of Stanton Drew which a very sought after village situated within the Chew Valley. Within the village the local facilities include a primary school, public house (The Druids), a church and a village hall.
The village is also famous for its stone circles, these ancient monuments date from 2000 – 3000 BC and display the second largest stone circle in Britain.
The neighbouring village of Chew Magna has a good range of local shops including a well-stocked supermarket, master butcher, coffee shop, gift shops, travel agent, post office and a pharmacy. There are also four excellent public houses in the village and a new seafood restaurant.
The village’s situation in the Chew Valley offers commuters excellent access to the regional centre of Bristol which is 8 miles to the north and the Heritage City of Bath which is 13 miles to the east. The Cathedral City of Wells, which offers further facilities, is 17 miles to the south.
The Chew Valley and Blagdon lakes are close by, notable for their fishing, birdlife, sailing and nature study amenities. A visit to Salt and Malt restaurant at Chew Valley Lake is recommended, as this modern tearoom/fish restaurant is owned by the same family as The Pony and Trap which is a Michelin star restaurant (only a 40 minute walk away!). The Mendip hills, well known for their limestone features, provide a wide range of informal leisure opportunities.
Mains water, private drainage. Oil central heating.
Bath and North East Somerset.
Energy Performance Certificate
Strictly by appointment with the Vendors agent Killens 01275 333993
Fixtures and Fittings
All those items usually regarded as retained to the vendors are specifically reserved out of the sale.