A handsome Listed farmhouse with excellent family accommodation, on the edge of a small Cotswold hamlet. Four Reception Rooms Six or seven Bedrooms Four Bath/shower rooms (two en suite) Garaging for three cars Gardens and grounds Stable block with office Tennis Court Paddocks In all Approx 5,156 SqFt About 9.3 acres This handsome period house is believed to date originally from the 17th century, with later additions in the early 19th century including the impressive symmetrical main façade. Typical of this period, the rooms are well proportioned with good ceiling heights and large sash windows. The main rooms face west, enjoying lovely views across the paddocks to the countryside beyond. The drawing room and dining room lie on either side of the entrance hall, with a separate cosy sitting room at the rear of the house. The kitchen/breakfast room has an Aga and there is a good-sized laundry/utility room. There are six bedrooms on the first floor, served by four bath/shower rooms, two of which are en suite. A further bedroom or playroom is on the second floor. Barton End Farmhouse is approached down a long private driveway which leads past the paddocks to a parking area to the side of the house. Adjoining this is a double carport with an adjoining garage. The driveway then continues on past the front door to the charming Victorian stable block. Built around a central courtyard, this comprises four stables, three stalls and a tack room. A further stable has been converted to an office. The building extends to about 1,367 square feet in all. The attractive gardens and grounds provide a charming setting for the house. A wide lawn lies to the west of the front door with a lavender edged central path. To the side of this area is partly walled with box-edged lawns and mixed borders. On either side of the drive are railed paddocks, suitable for horses. In all the property extends to about 9.3 acres. Public Rights of Way: There is a public footpath across the far (western) end of the paddock.