Buckstone Bank dates from the late 18th century and is built of Cotswold stone with later additions. Set in the heart of the village, the house is approached through wrought iron gates which open to a large gravelled courtyard in front of the garaging and annexe. The front door is on the gable end and opens into a welcoming entrance hall with cloakroom and stairs to the first floor. To one side is the study/sitting room with adjacent storeroom. The drawing room has bay windows on two elevations and an inglenook fireplace and a door into the dining room with inglenook fireplace and secondary stairs. From here a door opens into the recently fitted kitchen/breakfast room, which is fully equipped with double Everhot oven, breakfast area, arch through to utility area and French doors onto the garden terrace. From the hall, the main staircase rises to a landing where there are three en suite double bedrooms and a study. Stairs continue to the second floor to bedroom 5, a studio and excellent attic storage. From an inner landing approached from the secondary stairs another staircase rises to bedroom 4 with adjacent bathroom.
Adjacent to the house and attached to the garaging is the garden cottage, which comprises a kitchen/living room, shower room and conservatory. This is suitable for a dependant relative or home office.