Guide Price - £1,950,000

Hemlock, Hullasey Barns, Tarlton,
Nr Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 6PA

51°41'26.3"N 2°02'33.8"W
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4 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
2 Reception Rooms


Mains water and electricity
Private drainage
Airsource heat pump

A stunning contemporary barn in a rural setting close to Cirencester.


Hemlock Barn is a beautifully crafted contemporary barn situated on the edge of the hugely desirable village of Tarlton. Set in a rural location amongst undulating Cotswold countryside and stunning views, Hemlock Barn has a combination of modern contemporary design blended seamlessly with traditional Cotswold stone, all with an exemplary finish throughout.


At Stonewood our approach is simple, we find beautiful locations and then build distinctive homes using our award winning design and construction teams. We are a family firm rooted in Wiltshire and we are totally committed to raising the bar of what a home can be. That means innovative design, generous space, high quality materials, attention to detail and value for money.


Our 50 years of design and construction experience are poured into the painstaking process of creating light, airy, spacious and welcoming homes that meet the demands of contemporary living without compromising on style.


Our exacting standards ensure every home is beautifully finished with top quality materials by our award winning builders. We only employ the best qualified professionals whose pride in their work matches our ambition and expectations.

At Stonewood, we balance an appreciation and commitment to traditional crafts with more contemporary material choices, design, and construction methods. This allows us to deliver the ultimate in functionality, while retaining the beauty and charm of the buildings we work on.


Cirencester, deservedly know as ’The Capital of The Cotswolds’ is a historic Roman town becoming an important centre for the wool trade in the medieval times. Today it is a bustling market town with many interesting back lanes featuring a large proportion of independent shops along popular Black Jack Street.


Communications links are excellent: with its fast and regular Great Western Train service from Kemble to London Paddington taking approximately 75 minutes stopping at Swindon, Didcot and Reading and road communications via the A419/417 dual carriageway offer good access to Junction 15 (M4) at Swindon and Junction 11a (M5) at Gloucester, making the main centres of Bath, Bristol, Cheltenham, Gloucester and Oxford within easy daily commuting distance.

Gloucestershire is renowned for its excellent selection of schools. Local private schools include Beaudesert Park, Kings School, Wycliffe College, Cheltenham College, Cheltenham Ladies College and Westonbirt. Additionally, there are a number of local state schools including three highly regarded Grammar Schools, Stroud High, Marling and Pate’s’ in Cheltenham.


Here is a brief summary of key features and specification at Hemlock Barn. Materials have been meticulously selected to suit this home. It’s always about creating exceptional environments for modern-day living.

Matt finish integrated handle cabinetry in pale walnut
Calacatta Dorato Quartz worktops
Calacatta Gold Silestone integrated sink
Integrated NEFF dishwasher
Full height integrated NEFF fridge
Full height integrated NEFF freezer
Integrated double larder
Rangemaster Elise induction top range cooker in white
Telescopic built-in extractor hood
Quooker Fusion Pro 3 hot water tap in brass

Matt white cabinetry with sink and tall storage units

Matt bronze brassware to ground floor WC
Satin black brassware to first floor
Carrara marble basin to bed 2 en-suite
Matt white basins to bathroom & master en-suite
Soft close WC’s
Feature radiused shower to family bathroom
Heated towel walls with rails to ensuites
Heated towel ladder to Master Bathroom
Thermostatic shower to en-suites with hand shower
Freestanding baths to bathrooms & master en-suite
Shaver socket & recessed mirrored cabinet

Internal door colour – Paint & Paper Library ‘Charbonne’
Internal wall colour  – Little Greene - Linen Wash
Internal ceiling colour – matt white - trade emulsion
Internal joinery colour – Little Greene - Linen Wash
Architraves / skirtings / door lining colour – Little        Greene - Linen Wash
Solid bronze hardware to door hinges & stops
Matt white fluted lever handles to internal doors

Rhine large format porcelain tiles to entrance, kitchen and living room.
Herringbone terracotta tiles to Boot room and ground floor WC
Woven vinyl in ‘Soho’ to bathrooms, en-suites and laundry cupboard
Raku effect porcelain tiles to bathroom
Fluted porcelain tiles to en-suites
Oak staircase with forged steel handrail
100% wool boucle carpet to all bedrooms
Oak plank flooring to landings

Air source heat pump
‘Wet’ underfloor heating to ground floor
Slimline radiators to first floor
Electric underfloor heating to bathroom and en-suites
Cat 6 data and COAX TV points
Recessed downlights to circulation areas
Pendants over kitchen, living, dining & bedrooms
Ceramic wall lights to high level living spaces
Flos Foglio wall light master en-suite
White socket and switch plates
Log burning stove on Belgian Bluestone hearth to living area
Multi point window locks
Smoke & heat detectors and carbon monoxide alarms

Stone gravel parking area
Private garden with boundary hedging
External wall lighting
Entrance gates to property

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Area (Approx)

3,330 sq ft / 309.4 sq m


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