Cemetery Lane, Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Two attractive detached stone built properties set in a peaceful setting on the edge of the village. Available as a whole or individually.


From Stow-on-the-Wold head in a southerly direction on the Fosse Way. At the traffic lights just beyond the Coach and Horses turn left into Station Road, continue past the Co-op bearing round to the right and almost immediately turn left into Cemetery Lane (no through road). Bear round to the right passing the cemetery and the allotments (on your left) continue to the end of the lane and onto the gravelled track and the access to Field View Cottage and Rose Barn is the first entrance on the left passing through a five bar timber gate along a gravelled drive. Rose Barn is in front of you and there is gravelled parking to the side.


Field View Cottage and Rose Barn are situated in a tucked away position at the end of Cemetery Lane. It is a lovely quiet position and accessible to footpaths which circumnavigate adjoining lakes.

Bourton-on-the-Water is a thriving village well known for its wide green which borders the shallow river Windrush. It has excellent facilities including the highly regarded Cotswold School with affiliated Leisure Centre. In addition, it has a Co-op supermarket as well as a good range of shops, tea rooms and hostelries. There is a main line station at Kingham (8 miles) with services to London Paddington via Oxford and Reading.

Cheltenham is 15 miles and is the area's principal commercial and cultural centre. It has excellent shopping with many national retailers and boutique shops alike, as well as a variety of business and retail parks. Cheltenham also has various festivals including The National Hunt four day festival in March as well as The Cricket Festival in July together with The Science and Literature Festivals at other times of the year.

Description - Field View Cottage

Field View Cottage is constructed of natural Cotswold stone with cut stone quoins and heavy timber lintels as well as cut stone windowsills to the ground floor. It has an impressive gable with timber hung upper elevations. The house was constructed in 2008 and has been thoughtfully designed with a principal reception room with a kitchen at one end and a generous cloakroom/utility and further reception room which doubles as a third bedroom to the other.

On the first floor there is a master bedroom with a dressing room and en-suite shower room together with a bathroom and further double bedroom.

Outside there is a substantial paved terrace, lawned areas, herbaceous and flower borders together with a substantial timber outbuilding with a potential for a variety of uses subject to any necessary consents.

Side Lobby 7'10'' x 5'5''

Incorporating a built in wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail, tiled floor.

Cloakroom/Utility 7'5'' x 8'

Low level w.c, wash hand basin, heated towel rail, space and plumbing for washing machine.

Study/Bedroom 3 13'1'' x 10'1''

Incorporating a built in wardrobe cupboard.

From the side lobby door to

Sitting room/Dining room 18'6'' x 18'1'' maximum

Incorporating the stairs with understairs storage cupboard, double glazed panelled door leading to the garden terrace.

Door to

Kitchen 15'3'' x 9'8''

Sink unit with single drainer and mixer tap set within a wide timber surround with drawers and cupboard beneath, 4 ring electric hob with stainless steel oven and grill below, flanked to either side by oak work surface, space for below surface refrigerator, oak breakfast bar and semi glazed panelled door leading to the garden.

First Floor

Master bedroom suite comprising

Dressing room 12'10'' x 7'5''


Bedroom 1 12'8'' x 13'

Sloping ceiling, two velux windows, television point.

En-suite shower room 6'10'' x 7'4''

White suite comprising shower cubicle, wash hand basin, low level w.c.

Bathroom 7'6'' x 7'4''

White suite comprising roll top bath with free standing chrome mixer tap with shower attachment, wash hand basin with mixer tap, low level w.c, heated towel rail.

Bedroom 2 12'8'' x 13'1''

Sloping ceiling, two velux windows, television point.


A gravelled parking area is set to the side of the property with a wide path leading to the stable door. A timber gate leads to the garden. There is a deep paved terrace flagged by gravel and further deep herbaceous border and in turn leading to a lawned area and with tallet steps set to the side of the property. Situated at the top of the garden is a detached timber outbuilding with a pair of timber doors leading to storage, 27'6'' x 18'11' and with a further double glazed panel door leading to smaller store room on the end 18'3'' x 7'10''. The outbuilding is constructed of timber elevations under a pitched corrugated roof. The garden is primarily surrounded by close board timber fencing.

Description - Rose Barn

Rose Barn is a detached house constructed of natural Cotswold stone under a slate roof. It was built in 2012. It has an impressive gabled front elevation and spacious and adaptable accommodation. There is a large Drawing Room with fireplace suitable for installing a wood-burning stove. There is a further sitting room, kitchen and a study/ bedroom 4 which is adjacent to the ground floor bathroom.

On the first floor there are three double bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite shower room and a further family shower room.


Storage cupboard.

Bathroom 5'10'' x 5'10''

Painted panelled bath with chrome mixer taps and shower attachment with glazed shower screen, wash hand basin, low level w.c.

Drawing room 22''7'' x 15'3'' plus 12'1'' x 3'7'' L shaped

Fireplace with a cut stone surround and timber bressummer with a reconstituted stone hearth and suitable for installing a wood burning stove, laminate floor, telephone, and television points.

Kitchen 18'7'' x 9'2'' overall

Incorporating a walk in larder/boiler room, and incorporating a cupboard with shelving and flanked to either side by a wine rack, wall mounted Worcester gas fired central heating boiler. One and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with chrome mixer taps set within a wide oak work surface with space and plumbing for washing machine and separate space for dishwasher below, Lamona 4 ring electric hob with electric oven and grill below and extractor hood above flanked by matching eyelevel cupboards, space for below worksurface refrigerator, laminate floor and a double-glazed panelled door leading to the garden terrace.

Sitting Room 12'2'' x 9'2'' plus

A range of built in storage cupboards, television, and telephone points.

Study/Bedroom 4 11'9'' x 9'2'' plus 4' x 3'5''

A deep walk in wardrobe cupboard, laminate floor.

First Floor

Master bedroom suite comprising

Bedroom 1 12'1'' x 14'4''

Sloping ceilings, two built in wardrobe cupboards.

En-suite shower room 7' x 5'3''

Shower cubicle, wash hand basin, low level w.c.

Bedroom 2 12'7'' x 13'8''

Sloping ceiling, casement window and view across the front garden and the undulating countryside beyond.

Bedroom 3 10'3'' x 15'8''

Into eaves and with sloping ceiling.

Shower room 6'10'' x 5'4''

Shower cubicle with chrome shower fitting, wash hand basin, low level w.c.


Rose Barn is approached via a pair of five bar timber gates leading to a gravelled drive and parking area with a small lawned front garden surrounded by close board timber fencing. A path leads to the front door.

The rear garden may be approached either from a side gate or alternatively from the glazed panelled door from the kitchen. There is a paved terraced area which immediately abuts the rear of the property with a low retaining wall and step leading up to the garden which is mainly laid to lawn and surrounded by close board timber fencing and evergreen hedging. There is a gap in the fence which leads to a gravelled and grassed area.


Mains Electricity and Water. Private drainage. Gas fired central heating. Please Note that we have not tested any equipment, appliances or services in this property. Prospective purchasers are advised to commission appropriate investigations prior to formulating their offer to purchase.

Local Authority - Council Tax and EPC

Cotswold District Council, Trinity Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire. Tel: 01285 623000

Field View Cottage - Band D - Amount payable for 2021 - 2022 £1,912.54. EPC rating C.

Rose Barn - Band E - Amount payable for 2021 - 2022 £2,337.55. EPC rating C.

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