An attractive barn conversion, retaining many original features throughout, on the edge of the village.
The Linhay is a well-presented period barn conversion, which has been sympathetically designed to take full advantage of the period features, including large stone fireplace and exposed beams.
The accommodation has been designed for modern living with both bedrooms benefitting from en-suite facilities, together with a good sized reception room having space for a dining area.
The gardens surrounding the property benefit from a gravel terrace, lawned garden and orchard with plums and apples. There is also a large storage shed with parking for 2 cars.
Situation & Amenities
Stow-on-the-Wold 4 miles • Burford 6 miles • Cheltenham 23 miles
(all distances approximate)
Idbury is a picturesque village in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and benefits from the parish church of St Nicholas, where the engineer Benjamin Baker, noted for his design of the Forth Rail Bridge and Victoria Station, is buried.
Idbury is located between the market towns of Burford and Stow-on-the-Wold (both 6 miles), which both provide a range of shopping facilities catering for most every day needs. More extensive shops are found in Cheltenham, Oxford and Stratford upon Avon which provide as the main cultural centres for the area.
There are good communications with London and the Midlands whether by mainline train from Kingham Station and Moreton in Marsh Station or by car via the M5, A40 and M40.
Fixtures and Fittings
The property is available to let unfurnished, with the existing fixtures and fittings described in these letting particulars.
Please note furniture/appliances shown in any marketing material or viewing may be subject to change prior to a tenancy commencing. Please contact our office should you wish clarity on specific items within a property, prior to submitting an offer.
(Strictly by appointment) Please telephone Butler Sherborn, Burford Office 01993 822325.