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Stockwell Lane, Woodmancote, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 United Kingdom

£1,950,000 A stunning family home set within around 8 acres with paddocks and stabling Nestled into the hill below the Cotswold Escarpment The Round House is located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and enjoys stunning views in several directions, in particular to the west over Cheltenham and the Severn Vale beyond. EPC rating C Purchased by the current owners about 5 years ago as a project the house has been the subject of a significant remodelling program including substantially extending the floor area. The open and flowing accommodation makes the most of the enviable location with large picture windows framing the many stunning outlooks. Of particular note is the excellent family kitchen which occupies the entire northern side of the ground floor and has a vaulted ceiling and full width glazed doors to the sun terrace. Upstairs the bedrooms are over 2 floors and include a fabulous master suite, 5 further bedrooms and 3 bath/shower rooms. The house sits towards the centre of its 7.85 acres and is accessed via a tarmac drive opening into a large area of parking and leading to the significant detached garaging. A large American style barn houses 3 loose boxes and a tack room with substantial hard standing to the front and lorry access. Alongside the barn there is a log cabin with kitchen/sitting room, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. The paddocks are enclosed with post and rail fencing and are situated both above and below the house. EPC rating C

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Foxhill, Nr. Bourton On The Water, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£1,950,000 Immaculate Cotswold stone property with exceptional south facing views The Shire Barn is situated down a long private tree-lined tarmac driveway, shared with three similar styled properties and surrounded by open countryside in a Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. EPC Rating: E The Shire Barn is a beautifully presented country residence, originally converted in 1970’s with later additions in 2000 and 2010. This deceptive Cotswold property offers many character features including exposed stonework, oak doors, oak windows and floors, exposed timbers, cast iron radiators. These features are complimented by high quality materials and decor including under floor heating, zoned heating areas, Smith & Taylor temperature controlled Wine Cellar, Cinema Room. The Drawing Room is situated in part of the original barn in the heart of the house and well-proportioned reception rooms radiate from here including a superb oak framed Garden Room with exceptional views overlooking the garden and beyond. The Kitchen/Breakfast Room provides open plan living with stone floors, 4 oven Aga with companion & gas hob, separate Gaggenau hob, central island, Granite work surfaces, built in appliances, Inglenook fireplace and glazed doors leading to the terrace. The main part of the house offers a spacious Master suite with separate Dressing Room, three further bedrooms (two ensuite) and a family shower room including Fired Earth and Bette bathroom fittings. The West Wing is connected to the main house via a glazed walkway overlooking the garden. The wing itself includes a light and spacious Sitting Room with vaulted ceiling, Utility, Kitchen, Dining Room, Galleried Bedroom, Bathroom and Cinema. The Shire Barn comprises a south facing landscaped garden, enclosed by Cotswold stone walls and Box hedging. The main terrace area is adjacent to the Kitchen/Breakfast Room and provides a wonderful suntrap with exceptional valley views. There are further small terraces including a private terrace next to the West Wing and a vegetable garden area with separate access to the driveway through a field gate at the top of the garden.

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Bath Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL53 United Kingdom

£1,000,000 A substantial period home close to the town centre This Grade II listed town house retains many fine period features synonymous of the era and is arranged over 3 floors totalling over 4000 sq ft. The unusual bow windowed front facade is a particular feature of the house and provides an imposing and impressive frontage. Thought to be built in 1827 this period end of terrace , town house retains many fine period features including deep skirting boards, intricate ceiling mouldings and attractive fireplaces. Inside the house there is an impressive reception hall providing a fitting entrance to the ground floor accommodation. The drawing room has double doors to the fitted kitchen which in turn has doors to the garden at the rear. The formal dining room has full length window to the front and an attractive period feature fireplace. An office (with access to the rear garden), a utility room and a cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation. There are four generous bedrooms with the impressive master suite having a dressing room and en-suite with walk-in shower and bath. There are three further good size bedrooms and a family bathroom with bath and shower. The lower ground floor provides the opportunity to run a business or have a self-contained apartment with 3 bedrooms, sitting room, kitchen and shower room, however with the staircase still in situ the accommodation can easily be integrated into the main living space of the house Outside to the rear there is a paved courtyard with a sunny westerly aspect. A large block paved drive provides plentiful off road parking, leading to a single detached garage and set behind wrought iron railings.

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Bank Villas, West End, Northleach, Cheltenham, GL54 United Kingdom

£325,000 For sale a period 3 bedroom town cottage located centrally in Northleach A recently refurbished semi-detached Cotswold stone fronted cottage conveniently located within a short walk of the market square at the heart of this thriving small town. Northleach is a thriving small market town with a long history reaching back to Roman times, located in the heart of the Cotswolds. It retains an excellent variety of shops and amenities including a magnificent medieval church, an award winning butcher, wine merchant, grocer, chemist, post office/stores, and a highly regarded gastro pub, The Wheatsheaf Inn. 3 Bank Villas is one of four properties that were built in the 1920s, set back off the High Street on elevated ground, within a short walk of the centre of Northleach. It is semi-detached with a handsome gabled Cotswold stone front façade and rendered rear and side elevations, under a Marley tiled roof. The accommodation, which is well presented with a lovely light and airy feel, is arranged over 2 floors and extends to just under 1,000 sq ft. The house has been refurbished over the past 12 months including the installation of new kitchen and bathroom fittings, new carpets and redecorated throughout. A timber gate set between Cotswold stone walls gives access from the High Street via a path to the front door. There are lawned areas either side of the path and flower beds. Access can be gained around the side of the property to the rear. The garden lies to the rear of the house and faces south. Immediately abutting the property is a courtyard area, with a fuel store and oil tank, from which steps lead up between stone retaining walls to an area of lawn enclosed by fencing and hedges.

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Sydenham Villas Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 United Kingdom

£750,000 A handsome Grade II listed semi-detached villa of great style and character A substantial character property along a lovely tree lined road. The house has retained many of its original period features, has a good sized private garden and permit parking. Sydenham Villas is a wonderful period home offering substantial accommodation with a light and bright atmosphere. This fine Victorian villa has beautifully proportioned accommodation accompanied by some lovely original features to include fireplaces, ornate ceiling mouldings, sash hung windows and an elegant open string stair case. There is a spacious drawing room which opens out into the dining room and to the rear of the ground floor is the kitchen/breakfast room which in turn leads into a light and spacious conservatory overlooking the ornamental gardens. The lower ground floor has a further kitchen/dining room, sitting room, bedroom with en suite and a cloakroom; this could be self-contained with access onto the patio via French doors from the sitting room. The first floor provides three good sized bedrooms one of which is en suite. There is also a spacious family bathroom and separate WC. The second floor has a bedroom with en-suite shower room. To the rear of the property lies a well presented mature garden and patio terrace. There are paved walk ways and raised beds throughout with steps leading down to the lower ground floor where there is a further patio area.

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Bafford Lane, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL53 United Kingdom

£850,000 Innovative, contemporary and stylish. An exciting and quite unique newly built home set within one of Cheltenham's most popular residential suburbs benefitting from garaging and gardens to the front and rear. This detached contemporary home has been built to a high specification and recently updated by the current owners. The house has been designed and styled to allow maximum natural light into the raised ground floor and this feeling of light and space is enhanced by the glass elevation to the front and the glass bi-folding doors to the rear. The living space is excellent for entertaining with a 29" reception room with door leading to a glazed terrace. There is a 17" kitchen/breakfast room, beautifully fitted with extensive storage and a full range of integrated appliances. The modern styling is complimented by an oak floor with under floor heating which functions throughout the house. There is a cloakroom and neatly tucked to the rear of the house a boiler room and utility. An oak staircase leads down to the lower ground floor and a wide hallway with courtesy door to the double garage. Arranged off the L shaped hallway are four double bedrooms, three having newly refurbished en-suites and a large family bathroom which has also been finished to a very high standard. Outside, the gardens have been landscaped to the front and rear and there is a delightful private raised terrace to the front with views across to the Cotswold escarpment.

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Great Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£750,000 Detached 5 bedroom Cotswold stone house for sale A generous Cotswold stone house with versatile accommodation and many character features located in Great Rissington, a typical North Cotswold village offering a wealth of charm and character located close to Bourton-on-the-Water. EPC rating: E Bayshill House is a generous detached property with versatile accommodation located in the heart of the village. The property offers many characterful features including exposed timbers, window seats, two fireplaces and timber and stone flooring. The current owners have extended the property to create a large kitchen/breakfast room with a range of locally hand made wall and base units, granite work surfaces, Belfast sink, integrated appliances, limestone flooring and Rayburn. The kitchen leads through to a boot room, shower room and up a separate staircase to a bedroom and playroom/snug with woodburner. The three reception rooms to the front of the house offer a sitting room with inglenook fireplace, a reception/dining hall with feature fireplace and study. The first and second floor offer a master bedroom with en suite, three further bedrooms, bathroom and separate WC. The property is approached over a gravelled drive with plenty of off road parking. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a good selection of mature shrubs and trees. There is planning permission for a substantial stone outbuilding which could be used for secondary accommodation or as a home office. Planning reference 14/00824/FUL.

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Highgate, Elkstone, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL53 United Kingdom

£875,000 For sale a renovated Cotswold stone family house convenient for Cheltenham A beautifully presented, extended and recently renovated period Cotswold stone family house with a substantial outbuilding and a good sized garden, in a pretty rural setting with far reaching views over the surrounding countryside. EPC Rating D. Highgate is situated between Cheltenham and Cirencester, about half a mile to the north of the village of Elkstone in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is a well presented detached family house which has recently been created from the combination and extension of a pair of former farm cottages Built of natural Cotswold stone under a slate roof, the accommodation extends to just over 2500 sq ft in total. An impressive front door opens into a hall which rises in part to full height and creates a lovely entrance to the property. The sitting room is an excellent sized reception room with a Cotswold stone fireplace and adjoining is the study and a utility room with fitted cupboards and the central heating boiler. The kitchen/breakfast room opens directly into the dining room creating a fantastic family living space. The kitchen is fitted with a custom made range of cupboards under marble work surfaces and incorporates a Rangemaster cooker with gas hobs and electric ovens and a central island unit. Off the kitchen there is a walk-in larder with shelving and a rear hall/boot room. On the first floor there are five bedrooms, all with high vaulted ceilings and views, as well as a large shower room. The master suite is impressive and includes a well appointed bathroom and dressing room. Fronting onto the parking area there is a substantial outbuilding providing a carport, with an adjoining workshop/store with a loft room above. The grounds extend to about 0.75 of an acre,

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Kineton, Guiting Power, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£850,000 Detached Cotswold stone house for sale in a sought after location A very attractive and charming period Cotswold stone house situated in an elevated position on the edge of a sought after village with lovely views over the Windrush Valley. EPC Rating: F. Formerly three cottages which were combined some time ago to create one house, Lane House is detached and built of mellow natural Cotswold stone under a tiled roof. The accommodation, which is arranged over two floors, extends to just over 2,500 sq ft and retains many period features including Cotswold stone fireplaces, flagstones and a wealth of exposed beams. On the ground floor there are three good reception rooms, as well as a study and an entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room with a double oven Aga, utility and cloakroom. There is also an external conservatory/garden room. On the first floor there are four bedrooms and three bathrooms reached via two staircases. A gravel drive leads off the village lane through double timber gates to a car parking and turning area behind the cottage and in front of a detached timber built garage. A path leads around the rear of the cottage to a paved terrace from which there is access into the conservatory. Steps lead up from the terrace to a raise area of lawn with a paved sitting area and Cotswold stone retaining walls. To the front of the cottage, which faces south, there is a larger area of lawn with well stocked flower and herbaceous borders and a small area of vegetable garden. Attached to the end of a cottage there is a useful garden store. To the east of the property there is a small paddock which is enclosed by mature hedging. In all about 0.4 acres.

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Harp Hill, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 United Kingdom

£1,075,000 A detached family home on the edge of the Battledown Estate. Set in private landscaped gardens of half an acre and having been renovated by the current owners, this fabulous modern home has spacious and light accommodation. Whilst close to the centre of town the property enjoys a semi-rural location within just 1.1 miles of Balcarras School. EPC rating D An individual, well planned family home situated on a generous landscaped plot that enjoys excellent privacy. The house is offered for sale in very good order and has been refurbished by the present owners and now offers particularly well planned reception space with a large open plan kitchen/breakfast/family room providing access out to the rear patio area and gardens. There is a very generous drawing room and dining room plus a guest bedroom and bath room on the ground floor. Upstairs, a galleried landing is a particular feature, adding to the feeling of space and light. The master suite has a very smartly appointed ensuite shower room whilst the further 3 bedrooms (the smallest of which is currently used as a study) are served by a family bathroom. The house is very well placed on its plot with gardens to the front and rear and a total plot size of 0.46 of an acre. The gardens have been landscaped by the present owners to a very high standard, providing a large sun terrace across the back of the house and tiered level lawns. Set back off the road, the house is accessed via a long private driveway that adds to the feeling of privacy. There is a detached double garage. EPC rating D

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Fosseway, Stow on the Wold, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£2,550,000 A commanding Cotswold residence An exceptionally spacious, detached Victorian house situated close to the Market town of Stow-on-the-Wold with wonderful views, a delightful private garden, a heated swimming pool and ancillary accommodation. EPC rating E Crestow House is a magnificent period family residence occupying an elevated position at the top of Stow Hill on the outskirts of Stow-on-the-Wold. With early Georgian genesis - the main part of the house dates back to around 1860. The property has a southerly aspect and enjoys distant panoramic views over undulating countryside to the rear & over Stow town to the front. Having recently undergone a complete refurbishment programme which included the addition of a North Wing, Crestow is presented to an exceptional standard whilst retaining its historic character and traditional features. With a particularly striking façade, the house has large sash windows to the front, stone mullioned windows to the rear, high ceilings with cornicing, open fireplaces & light, well-proportioned rooms. The accommodation arranged over 3 floors, with 2 cellars below, is beautifully presented & very spacious providing 6,500 sq. ft of combined living space. There is a converted Cotswold stone barn providing additional accommodation (2 beds and 3 bathrooms) situated within the grounds. To the rear of the property is a vine house, pool house with sauna and stone outbuildings. In all approximately 1.6 acres.

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Lower Dowdeswell, Andoversford, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£5,500,000 A beautiful Georgian house finished to an exceptional standard Dowdeswell House has been transformed by the current owners with cutting edge interiors, wonderful views, an infinity swimming pool, Tennis court and Sauna. Modern technology has been utilised, and combined with the Period features to provide a very comfortable and efficient house. Dowdeswell House dates back to the early 17th Century and was originally the Dower house to Dowdeswell Court. The property has been extended in the centuries that followed and is now a T-shaped house. The property is Grade II Listed and includes a range of useful outbuildings with the potential to create secondary accommodation subject to the necessary planning consent. The main Georgian façade faces south west and is covered in wisteria with attractive dormer windows above. The house retains many period features whilst having more cutting edge decoration and internal fittings using modern technology to enhance everyday living. The Regency town of Cheltenham (4 miles) is internationally famed for its shopping, including many well-known London and international stores and also a Waitrose and a Wholefoods store, which offers local and organic produce. There are many restaurants, theatres and unspoilt architecture to enjoy. Many London firms have recently moved to Cheltenham and also it is the home of three festivals, The Literary Festival, The Jazz Festival and The Science Festival.

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Puck Pit Lane, Winchcombe, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£2,250,000 A stunning state of the art Cotswold home on the edge of Winchcombe An outstanding contemporary home built of Cotswold stone and glass extending to 5,414 sq. ft. with stunning uninterrupted views and just a short walk to the beautiful market town of Winchcombe. Footbridge House is a contemporary home of great style built with traditional materials and designed by the award winning architect Ralph Guilor (renowned for his contemporary mix of Cotswold stone and glass). Completed a year ago by an award winning builder to the highest possible standards, this property benefits from a 10 year warranty from Buildzone. Entering through the double doors to the front you are immediately stuck by the light flooding in from the 2 glass atriums which rise through the 4 floors giving uninterrupted views over the garden and beyond. The house has been purposely designed so that every room can enjoy the views with bi folding doors to the reception rooms and balconies to every bedroom. The kitchen is fitted with a 'state of the art' kitchen and has a range of high quality appliances. A dining hall, sitting room, garden room, cloakroom and utility complete the ground floor accommodation. There are 3 beautiful en-suite bedrooms on the first floor with the stunning master suite occupying the entire second floor. There is a further guest suite on the lower ground floor along with the gym, cinema room and office. Outside the gardens are mainly laid to lawn and there is a double garage. In all about 1.3 acres.

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