Located down a country lane, set on high ground with superb views across classic Cotswold countryside is this charming house. Pincot House is believed to have been converted from an 18th century barn. It has a particularly attractive main façade with ball finials on each of the dormer windows and gable ends and former pigeon holes Internally, the house is something of a surprise with much higher ceilings and more elegant proportions than you would expect for a Cotswold house of this style. There are impressive fireplaces in the two main reception rooms. The accommodation flows exceptionally well and suits modern day living. There is a large reception hall/dining room with the principle reception room leading off. The kitchen/breakfast room is of a good size and has a useful utility and pantry beyond. There are four bedrooms, three of which, together with a family bathroom, are approached by the main staircase and the fourth bedroom is accessed via a separate staircase from the kitchen. A five bar wooden gate opens onto the drive with parking adjacent to the property. The house sits well within its own land, with the gardens and grounds wrapping around the property. The garden to the north of the house is laid to lawn with well-established trees and shrubs. To the south is a raised paddock from which there are spectacular panoramic views of the valley including the picturesque village of Pitchcombe and its 14th Century Church. There is a large Cotswold stone barn which is a versatile space that could possibly be developed given the necessary permissions. There is a further useful Cotswold stone barn with adjacent loggia currently used for storage.