Northwick Mill Farm, Blockley, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire. GL56 9JT


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Concealed in a country courtyard location and forming an integral part of four properties which have been converted from Northwick Mill Farm, this stylishly appointed and tastefully developed rural retreat is positioned only one mile from the centre of one of the most popular villages in the North Cotswolds and just over two miles from the cosmopolitan Cotswold cafe society of Chipping Campden and two miles from Paxford.

The Granary is actually two properties on each side of a formal lawned garden which is approached via some impressive wrought iron gates, creating a totally enclosed area. The property has gas fired central heating from a combination boiler and the advantage of a ground floor shower room and wash room.

The main property is full of the innate character and charm of a period home with many exposed beams, timber floors, some exposed stone walls and pillars and a substantial inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove in the living room. A contemporary twist has been added with four velux windows, two in the living room and two in the beautifully designed breakfast kitchen which also has bi-fold doors to the garden. The bespoke fitted kitchen has a good range of integrated appliances and a homely gas fired Aga.

At first level there are three double bedrooms, a family bathroom with a roll top bath and an en-suite to the master bedroom.

The second property opposite The Granary is a double garage with an external stone staircase to one side leading to a one bedroomed guest suite or holiday flat above both the garage and the passageway. In addition to the double garage, there is off street parking for 3 vehicles at the end of a private driveway.

Positioned midway between Chipping Campden and the more traditional market town of Moreton in Marsh, Blockley has two public houses, hotel, its own primary school and a recently built supermarket and cafe which doubles as a high quality restaurant on Friday evenings. Scenic walks can be enjoyed in the surrounding countryside and the property is adjacent to a local equestrian centre. The popular Churchill Arms in Paxford is just two miles away.

Entrance Hall (19' 06" x 9' 01" or 5.94m x 2.77m)

With solid oak floor and oak staircase rising to first floor with battoned ballustrade, two double radiators and solid oak panelled front door, glazed side panels and two windows to each side. Two wall mounted light points.

Living Room (22' 05" x 12' 06" or 6.83m x 3.81m)

With beamed battoned ceiling and substantial inglenook fireplace with recessed cast iron wood burning stove with canopy above, twin skylight windows to the front of the property with exposed beams below, three Italian style column radiators. Built in window seat to the rear and small westerly facing ornamental window to the side.

Dining Room (12' 02" x 13' 02" or 3.71m x 4.01m)

With column radiator, small paned windows looking over farmland to the rear, exposed beams to the ceiling and built in understairs storage cupboard.

Breakfast Kitchen (17' 05" x 13' 03" or 5.31m x 4.04m)

With ceramic tiled floor and gas fired Aga stove with Leisure Classic Gourmet electric oven and hotplate to one side. Integrated dishwasher and all bespoke units, ten further base cupboards one housing integrated refuse drawer, open plate rack, nine wall mounted cupboards and glazed cabinet display fronts, plumbing for washing machine. All units having pelmets and skirting. Tiled surround to work surfaces, part pelmet lighting illuminating parquet style oak work tops with inset double ceramic sink unit with swan necked mixer tap. Exposed beams to the ceiling, central stone podium and twin velux windows to the rear for optimum light penetration. Triple bifold doors leading onto rear garden. Chrome ladder style heated towel rail and radiator.

Ground Floor Shower Room

Walk in shower with rolled marble tiled interior with large rain shower head, glazed screens and built in extractor. Chrome ladder style heated towel rail and electric radiator.

Separate WC

Separate wc with two piece suite in white, low flush wc and wall mounted wash hand basin with tiled splashback and Worcester gas fired central heating boiler, built in extractor. Enamelled ladder style heated towel rail.

First Floor Landing Area

Apex ceiling, dormer window with outlook over farm gardens, single electric radiator and all oak internal doors. Exposed A-frame roof structure and purlin.

Bedroom 1 (14' 08" x 12' 04" or 4.47m x 3.76m)

Apex ceiling, double glazed velux windows with fitted blinds, northerly and southerly aspects and high level ornamental window. Exposed roof timbers and purlins, double radiator.

En Suite Bathroom/WC

With two piece suite in white, low flush wc, wash hand basin set into oak surround, double cupboard below. Enamelled ladder style heated towel rail and radiator, built in extractor. Two wall mounted lightpoints.

Bedroom 2 (11' 08" x 12' 0" or 3.56m x 3.66m)

Two Velux windows and high level ornamental window with outstanding outlook over gardens, double radiator. Two double and single built in wardrobes. Nine ft high apex ceiling.

Family Bathroom/W.C.

With three piece suite in white, low flush wc, roll top bath with clawed feet and hand held shower attachment. Wash hand basin set into oak cabinet with double cupboard below. Roll top radiator, chrome heated towel rail, two wall mounted light points.

Bedroom 3/ Study (15' 05" x 8' 10" or 4.70m x 2.69m)

Currently used as a study. Views over countryside. Single radiator.


Front Garden (70' 0" x 42' 0" or 21.34m x 12.80m)

Patio immediately adjacent to the property. Mainly lawned area with fence and trellis surround with central coach house. Stone steps ascending to the Coach House

Coach House

First Floor Flat (18' 08" x 12' 00" or 5.69m x 3.66m)

With solid oak floor, dormer window to the rear with outlook over countryside and equestrian centre and southerly velux window opposite. Contemporary style electric panel radiator.

Shower Room / WC

Three piece suite in white, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush wc and fully tiled shower cubicle with integrated electric shower and built in extractor above. Enamelled ladder style heated towel and radiator. Solid oak floor.

Through Master Bedroom (18' 10" x 8' 07" or 5.74m x 2.62m)

With contemporary electric panel radiator, porthole windows to both the front and rear with outstanding outlook over countryside.

Double Garage (18' 02" x 19' 0" or 5.54m x 5.79m)

(Below the master bedroom). Double timber doors to the front, power and lighting installed. Ceramic butler sink with cold water supply and hot water tank for first floor. A gravel driveway which leads from the garden, double wrought iron gates leading to a parking area for 3 vehicles. This property has rights of access over the adjacent property's land and the driveway is jointly maintained by both properties on an unofficial basis.


From our Moreton in Marsh office, turn left. At the second mini roundabout turn right onto the A44 continuing through the village of Bourton on the Hill, after which turn right signposted Blockley 1.5 miles. When entering the village continue on the same road, past the village green on the left and the Great Western arms on the right and further on for approximately one mile, passing the turning for Draycott on the right and into the countryside. Pay careful attention as there will then be four properties on the right hand side and three driveways. Positioned just before the national speed limit sign, the first driveway is for Northwick Mill Farm and the second is for The Old Dairy and The Granary. Turn right into the middle driveway and this is then the second property on the right hand side.

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