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Station Road, Bourton-On-The-Water, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£2,500,000 Impressive Cotswolds residence The principle part of a beautiful Grade II listed Cotswold Manor house located in a prominent position within the historic and sought after village of Bourton-on-the-Water. Presented to a very high standard throughout the Manor offers the perfect environment for entertaining and family living alike. The Manor is situated within the historic village or Bourton-on-the-Water which is located within the charming Windrush Valley in the Cotswold area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The centre of Bourton-on-the-Water is a short walk from the property and has an extensive range of shops, a bank, pubs, restaurants and sporting facilities. Nearby the market towns of Stow-on-the-Wold, Cirencester, Cheltenham and Oxford are all within easy reach offering excellent schools, theatres and shopping centres. Private schools in the area include Kitebrook House, Dormer House, Bloxham School and Tudor Hall as well as further schools and colleges around the Cheltenham and Oxford area. Communications in the area are exceptional. The A429 (The Fosse Way) provides efficient links to the A40 and M40 as well as the M50 at Cheltenham. There are regular train services to London Paddington from nearby Kingham Station taking about 85 minutes. The surrounding open countryside offers many attractive walks and rides along the extensive network of country lanes, bridleways and footpaths. Sporting activities in the area include racing at Cheltenham, Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick, hunting with the Heythrop and North Cotswold Hunts, polo at Kirklington, golf at Naunton Downs, Lyneham and Chipping Norton and also theatres at Stratford-upon-Avon, Cheltenham and Oxford.

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Windsor Street, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 United Kingdom

£450,000 An attractive 5 bedroom Victorian mid terrace town house Windsor Street lies a short distance from Cheltenham town centre and within easy strolling distance of Pittville Park. A deceptively large Victorian family home offering flexible accommodation over 4 floors with front and rear access. 'A Knight Frank employee has an interest in this property' A covered porch leads to the entrance hall which in turn leads to the bright and sunny sitting room with pretty open fire place and sash window. The sitting room opens into the dining room with views over the garden. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of recently fitted modern units with integrated appliances and there is a good size dining area with double doors leading to the garden. A further door to the side leads directly onto a large paved patio; also there is outside access to the lower ground floor. There is scope to significantly extend this room subject to the necessary planning consents. The lower ground floor contains a well fitted shower room, double bedroom and large office/playroom with access to the rear garden and a storage room. The lower ground floor has been tanked and fitted with a sump and pump system. Stairs from the hall lead to the mezzanine landing and family bathroom. On the first floor is the large master bedroom with two sash hung windows and range of fitted wardrobes and a further double bedroom (currently used for storage). Two further good size double bedrooms on the top floor complete the accommodation. The private rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature flower borders planted with a range of shrubs. There is access to front via a lane that leads to a locked gate. The front garden is bordered by wrought iron railings with deep flower bed and gravel.

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Upper Swell, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£995,000 Charming period village house with income potential from adjacent cottage Spring House is situated in the heart of Upper Swell which lies in the Dickler Valley, approximately 1 mile north west of the historical market town of Stow-on- the-Wold. Superb ancillary accommodation, ideally suited as an annex or holiday let. EPC Rating: F Spring House probably dates from the early 19c and was stylishly converted to residential use in 1970s. The detached cottage is currently let out and provides an additional income to the vendors. The main house offers a light and spacious well-presented property with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms set over two floors. A fabulous house for entertaining with an impressive drawing room, adjacent to the dining room, which is double aspect and offers double doors leading out to the south facing garden. Spring Cottage was updated at the same time as the main house, providing excellent additional guest/family accommodation or the potential to generate income. The property currently offers a kitchen, 2 reception rooms 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Within the footprint of Spring Cottage, there is garaging, a wine store/laundry and an office on the first floor. The property is set behind a wooden field gate with a gravel drive and an attractive mature garden set behind Cotswold stone walls. To the rear of the property there is an attractive south facing garden with terrace and seating areas with raised herbaceous borders.

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Lansdown Parade, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 United Kingdom

£725,000 An elegant town house close to Montpellier and the Promenade Forming part of one of Cheltenham’s' most stunning terraces is this charming Grade II * listed town house offering beautifully proportioned accommodation full of character, a lovely walled town garden and private off road parking. Overlooking Douro Green and within strolling distance of Montpellier and the Promenade is this lovely period home offering elegant accommodation arranged over three floors. The handsome pillared entrance opens up to an elegant reception hall with cantilevered staircase rising to the first floor. On the raised ground floor is a double drawing room with floor to ceiling panelled doors, ceiling mouldings and marble fireplaces. To the rear of the hallway is a good sized study and at garden level a smartly fitted kitchen with integrated units and access directly out to the garden. Also on this floor is a cosy sitting room and further reception that has been used as a guest bedroom as it has an adjacent shower room and independent access. On the first floor, the master bedroom has lovely views to the front across Douro Green and the second double has views across the tennis courts of the Ladies' College, both are served by a large, well appointed bathroom. Outside, the walled town garden is of a generous size with a west facing aspect, well stocked borders and a delightful summer house. To the front, the driveway is private and there is parking for one car plus unrestricted parking on Lansdown Parade itself.

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Foxcote, Nr Andoversford, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£325,000 For sale the perfect Cotswold retreat or as a holiday let investment. A beautifully presented period mid terraced Cotswold stone cottage full of charm and character with off-street parking and a large garden at the heart of a small rural hamlet. Foxcote is a small rural hamlet which lies at the end of a no through road, surrounded by magnificent countryside, in an area designated as being of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 4 Foxcote is a charming period mid terraced cottage, the perfect weekend retreat, about 6 miles to the east of Cheltenham and accessible to the A40, Oxford and London. The cottage has also been successful as a holiday let and would be ideal as an investment property. Built in the traditional style of natural Cotswold stone with a pretty front façade under a tiled roof, the cottage has a more recent extension to the rear, built of reconstituted stone. The accommodation, which is arranged over two floors, is beautifully presented and retains character features such as the stone fireplace and exposed beams. The current owners have considerably improved the property recently, including installing the custom made kitchen which incorporates an electric Aga, laying the flagstone floor in the sitting room and installing the Clearview wood burning stove. To the front of the cottage there is a gravelled parking area with enough space to park two cars. The garden lies to the rear of the property and is of a good size. It is mainly laid to lawn and enclosed on both sides by close boarded fencing. The rear of the garden adjoins an open field and there is a greenhouse, a vegetable garden and a timber garden shed.

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Bath Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL53 United Kingdom

£1,100,000 A 7 bedroom Grade II listed period town house. This substantial town house is situated close to Montpellier and within a short walk of Cheltenham town centre. With accommodation arranged over 3 floors and totalling over 4000 sqft the property provides very flexible and comfortable living. Built in 1827 this Regency end of terrace home has some stunning features which include deep skirting boards, intricate ceiling mouldings and attractive fireplaces. The unusual bow windowed front facade is a particular feature of the house and provides an imposing and impressive frontage. A large block paved drive provides plentiful off road parking, leading to a single detached garage and set behind wrought iron railings. Inside the house the impressive reception hall provides 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 also has full length window to the front and an attractive fireplace. There is also an office with access to the rear garden, a utility room and cloakroom on the ground floor. Upstairs there are 4 generous bedrooms; the impressive master with dressing room and en-suite bathroom with shower room. The other 3 bedrooms are served by a family bathroom again with bath and separate shower room. 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.

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Naunton, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£750,000 A charming period Cotswold stone village house with separate annexe A beautifully presented Cotswold stone house with enclosed south facing garden and annexe situated in the sought after village of Naunton, in a peaceful North Cotswold valley around the slopes of the River Windrush. EPC Rating: C The property has been sympathetically updated and now offers a fabulous family house with ancillary accommodation. From the gravelled drive the reception hall is accessed via a solid Oak door, leading through to the Kitchen/breakfast/ family room. The kitchen, utility and boot room have a traditional feel with the stylish oak fronted wall and floor units. The kitchen also includes a Belfast sink, double oven and gas hob, Bosch dish washer and Microwave.The south facing conservatory overlooks the garden and has access from the kitchen. There is a large sitting room with windows to both sides, exposed timbers and stone, wood burning stove, double doors leading to the garden and door through to the study. There are 4 bedrooms on the first floor and two bathrooms, plenty of storage and the Master bedroom includes a dressing room. The annexe is approached by a separate gravel drive and is ideal for a home office, studio or a self-contained unit. The annexe includes a bedroom, sitting room, kitchenette and shower room. Outside the Annexe is a patio and to the rear of the stone building there is a log store, outbuildings and greenhouse. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and enclosed by a Cotswold stone wall. There is also a terraced area adjacent to the main house and a water feature. There are a variety of fruit trees, Wisteria and attractive kitchen garden styled flower beds.

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West End, Northleach, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£900,000 For sale a beautifully presented 5 bedroom Cotswold stone town house. An elegant Grade II Listed Georgian family house in an elevated position at the heart of a thriving small Cotswold town with a pretty garden and off-street parking. An end of terrace 2 bedroom converted barn (currently let) is also for sale by separate negotiation. Northleach is a thriving small market town located at the heart of the Cotswolds in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Coalyard Farm is a lovely period Grade II Listed family house with a classically attractive symmetrical Georgian façade. The current owners extended the house in 2006 to create the dining room/family room which flows directly into the kitchen and with a high vaulted ceiling and double doors opening onto the garden, provides a fantastic living space. The accommodation, which is beautifully presented, is arranged over 3 floors and care has been taken to preserve as much of the original character as possible. There is parking for 2 cars to the front of the property and a pretty walled garden which lies mainly to the side of the house. At the entrance to the property a former Cotswold stone barn has been converted to create a terrace of three 2/3 bedroom cottages. 2 of the cottages are currently let on Assured Shorthold Tenancies and will remain in the ownership of our client for the time being. The 3rd (closest to the house and cottage 3 on the floor plan) is available by separate negotiation and has until recently provided useful income from holiday lets but could equally well provide ancillary living accommodation or home office space, if required. There will be an additional parking space available with the barn. The guide price we are seeking for the barn is in the region of £150,000.

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Netherswell, Stow On The Wold, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£650,000 An immaculately presented Grade II Listed Cotswold stone house A stunning Cotswold stone period house with fine views and located within walking distance of Stow-on-the-Wold. The Gate Lodge is an attractive Grade II listed Cotswold stone property positioned next to the impressive stone pillars which identify the entrance to Nether Swell Manor. Having once belonged to the Nether Swell Manor estate, it is believed that the property dates back to approximately 1903 and was designed by Sir Edward Guy Dawber who was also responsible for the design of Nether Swell Manor and Eyeford Park. The property has undergone a good deal of improvement since the current owners have been there and has been tastefully decorated to offer a warm and welcoming home. A spacious and light entrance hall with mullioned windows, fireplace, wood burning stove and limestone tiled floor acts as another reception room in itself. The entrance hall leads to a fourth bedroom or study and also through to a cloakroom and utility room. The hall leads through to a comfortable sitting room with fireplace wood burning stove and beyond into a large garden room which acts as a fantastic dining room, enjoying views over the valley to the west. The limestone flooring continues from the garden room into the beautifully vaulted kitchen with a range of base units topped with antique granite. The kitchen benefits from a Belfast sink, integral fridge and dishwasher. On the first floor The Gate Lodge offers three double bedrooms, the master bedroom has an ensuite shower room and built in wardrobes and the family bathroom services the other two bedrooms. Each of the bedrooms enjoy views from the stone mullioned windows. Outside the garden is mainly laid to lawn with a patio area for dining out. The property also benefits from off road parking for several cars and a large double garage with workshop.

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Hailes, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£2,800,000 A beautiful Cotswold manor house within striking distance of Cheltenham Approached along a gravel drive through impressive entrance gates, the house sits well within its land and has secondary accommodation, outbuildings, a tennis court and distant views. The property is well suited for both entertaining on a large scale and for family living alike with a number of spacious and well-proportioned reception rooms. Of particular note is the Georgian reception hall with high ceilings and an elegant staircase rising to the first floor accommodation. The house benefits from a recently replaced Cotswold stone roof and has been re-wired and re-plumbed throughout. The property is full of original features including wonderful stone fireplaces and cornices. The majority of the ground floor is laid with flagstone floors, all of which have been lifted, treated and cleaned. Some of the rooms, including the bedrooms have exposed beams. Bespoke bathrooms have been fitted throughout as well as a modern kitchen which includes an Aga. The house sits well within its 6.95 acres of land and has secondary accommodation and outbuildings (with planning for conversion). There are delightful gardens and grounds, woodland, a tennis court with stone viewing pavilion, vegetable garden and greenhouse all with beautiful views. There are two large stone barns with planning for conversion, an open sided Dutch barn and approximately 30 acres available via separate negotiation (Lots 2 and 3 respectively)

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