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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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St. Stephens Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL51 United Kingdom

£540,000 A semi-detached 4 bedroom house with a single garage A recently refurbished and extended family home within walking distance of Montpellier. Off road parking and a garage. EPC rating D. 38 St. Stephens road is a delightful semi-detached family home which is walking distance of Montpellier and the town centre. The house has been beautifully refurbished and extended by the present owners. From the front door there is a spacious hallway with access to under stairs storage and doors leading to the sitting room and kitchen/dining room. The sitting room has a multi fuel stove, built in storage with shelving and a large bay window which provides an abundance of light. The kitchen/dining room has recently been extended and has tri-folding doors to the garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted units with hard wood work tops. The kitchen leads into a spacious utility room with cloak room and door giving access to the garden. Upstairs there are a total of four bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a study. On the first floor there are two large bedrooms with built in storage along with a large family bathroom. There is a good sized bedroom with en en-suite bathroom in the attic conversion Further storage is available at the top of the stairs. The gardens have been landscaped to a high standard with artificial lawn and a mixture of decking and paving. There is also access to a spacious garage. EPC rating D.

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Naunton, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£3,350,000 Cotswold charm with a modern twist on the edge of a sought after village Overbrook is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the edge of the quiet village of Naunton. Naunton is approximately 5 miles to the West of Stow on the Wold and 13 miles from Cheltenham. The area is characterised by traditional pastureland divided by ancient hedges and mature trees. Overbrook is a Grade II listed, edge of village property that has been finished to a high standard throughout and benefits from a rural outlook over a Cotswold valley. Set back from a quiet country lane, the property offers privacy, security and seclusion. The current owners have carried out an extensive programme of restoration and modernisation and the house is now presented to a very high standard, whilst retaining its historic character. The property offers an abundance of features throughout including mullion and leaded windows, exposed timbers and stone flooring. The beautifully presented kitchen/breakfast/living room is an outstanding room at the heart of the house. A unique glass extension to one end allows an abundance of natural light and makes the most of the views. Adjacent to the main house and built of Cotswold stone beneath a tiled roof, there is a triple car port with a a one bedroom flat/office on the first floor. The property is approached down a long driveway which leads to a parking area in front of the main house and carport. Set in approximately 2 acres, the gardens have been beautifully landscaped and offer the perfect environment for both family living and entertaining. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with herbaceous borders, shrubs and a pond set in mature surroundings. The outside space includes a large entertaining terrace to the front of the pool house, a vegetable garden, and orchard with a variety of fruit trees.

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Thirlestaine Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL53 United Kingdom

£850,000 A detached 4 bedroom coach house within stunning gardens, in all 0.25 acres Built to provide spacious lateral accommodation the total floor area of this fascinating home including garaging and stores measures over 3800 Sqft. Whilst well maintained the property would now benefit from some updating and offers great scope for improvement. EPC rating D The reception rooms all lead off a square entrance hall and include a study, dining room, sitting room with kitchen off, and a very large snooker room. Designed to house a full size snooker table this room easily becomes a formal drawing room with a small conservatory off leading to the gardens. The rest of the ground floor accommodation is mostly unconverted storage space in the old part of the building and offers great potential for further living space. On the first floor there are 4 double bedrooms off a large and spacious landing. The master has an ensuite bathroom whilst 3 further bedrooms are served by a family bathroom. As with the floor below, the older part of the house remains unconverted but could be incorporated if desired. Externally there is parking for several cars and a small integral garage. To the rear the beautiful gardens are a particular feature of the house being the pride and joy of the owners. Thoughtfully designed, the lawns are interspersed with beds of both herbaceous planting and varied mature shrubs. Several large trees provide a back drop to the garden where a ‘secret’ path provides gated access to the Old Bath Road. EPC rating D

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Holm Oak Grange, Bafford Lane, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, GL53 United Kingdom

£700,000 A superbly located 5 bedroom house in the Balcarras school catchment An individual and extremely spacious home in a private setting with flexible and very well presented living space that has been imaginatively designed. The house has a good sized garden, parking and garaging. EPC rating E. An extremely spacious and well presented home built to an individual design and offering excellent lateral accommodation arranged over two floors. The house has a feeling of light and space as soon as you enter the reception hall with double doors opening to a 22' sitting room with fireplace. This room in turns leads to the split level sun room with a south facing aspect that makes a lovely reading area. The kitchen and dining room have been opened up to create a superb 21' room that is perfect for relaxed dining with adjacent utility and cloakroom. There are three bedrooms on the ground floor, the master having its own en-suite and a lovely outlook across the gardens and the two further bedrooms are served by a modern bathroom with separate shower. An eye-catching circular staircase rises to the generous first floor landing off which are two further double bedrooms and shower room along with plenty of eaves storage. Outside to the front is access to the garage plus off road parking and the gardens are arranged to the sides and rear with patio areas, lawn and well stocked boundaries. The house extends to over 2800 square feet and is a lovely family home in an excellent location. EPC rating E.

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

£6,500,000 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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Withington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£3,500,000 A classical Listed Georgian village house Withington Court stands proudly on the edge of the village and benefits from delightful view over the gardens and beyond. The grounds have many mature specimen trees offering a high degree of privacy and a mature setting for the house. The back of the house dates from the 17th century whilst the classical Georgian front was added in 1753. Rudder’s History of Gloucestershire, published in 1779, quoted “The Bishop of Worcester is the present Lord of the Manor and holds a Court Leet and has a good house near the Church, now leased to John Guise of Highnam”. The house benefits from the more formal reception rooms in the Georgian front of the house with more informal and cosy everyday rooms in the original 17th century part at the rear. The Georgian section has classic proportions with good ceiling heights and large sash windows. From the pedimented entrance, a panelled door leads to the hall with a beautiful oak staircase and carved balustrade that rises to the first floor. On either side are the well proportioned drawing and the dining rooms. The accommodation flows extremely well and is ideal for both entertaining and for everyday living. The house is constructed of Cotswold stone with part render with a harling finish and dressed Cotswold stone quoins under a Cotswold stone tile roof. There is a part converted Coach House within the grounds converted to a 2 bedroom cottage in one half with the other part being stables, games room and storeage. There is another useful outbuildings adjacent. The formal grounds are beautifully maintained and there is a tennis court below the house in the paddock.

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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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Bentham, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL51 United Kingdom

£1,250,000 A flexible family home complete with an annex, garaging and a paddock. Conveniently located for Cheltenham at the foot of the Cotswold escarpment, a recently refurbished flexible family home with superb views to the west, an annex, outbuildings and an adjoining paddock. EPC rating C. Making up part of a hamlet at the foot of the Cotswold escarpment, this detached family home is set back from what is a quiet country lane, enjoying views both up to the escarpment as well as to the west over the Severn Vale. Screened from the lane by a mature hedge and electric wooden gates, there is plenty of parking to the front as well as access to the side of the property for larger vehicles, horse boxes etc. The entire property has recently been the subject of a thorough refurbishment both inside and out. The house now provides comfortable flexible accommodation over three levels, all of which benefits from superb views over the garden, paddock and beyond. The house has been finished in a contemporary fashion with great thought given to the way in which a family uses the space. Detached from the house but adjacent to it, is the two story annex which could also be used as ancillary accommodation, a gym or an office. Set just beyond the garden, the paddock is stock fenced and level with access from the lane as well as from the rear driveway and garden stores/sheds. EPC rating C.

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Turkdean, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£1,300,000 For sale a handsome period Cotwold stone house in a stunning location A Grade II Listed Cotswold stone family house full of charm and character features, offering exciting potential for improvement and with planning consent to extend, quietly situated in a small rural hamlet in an idyllic hidden valley. The Old House is situated in the delightful small rural hamlet of Lower Dean which is in the Conservation Area of the unspoilt village of Turkdean. The property is a particularly handsome detached period house, formerly known as the School Mistress’ House and is Grade II Listed. Believed to date from the late 17th Century, the house is built of mellow Cotswold stone under a tiled roof. The accommodation which extends to about 2,300 sq. ft. is arranged over 3 floors and retains a wealth of character features including Cotswold stone fireplaces, exposed beams, window seats, spiral staircases and an unusual cylindrical Cotswold stone pillar in the main reception room. The house, although perfectly habitable, is in need of updating and planning consent has been granted for a replacement single storey side extension which would allow for the creation of a much larger kitchen/breakfast room. A gravel drive leads from the lane and sweeps up to the back of the house where there is ample car parking and turning space. There is a useful stone barn at the head of the drive which currently provides garaging and storage but clearly has potential for other uses if required and subject to obtaining the relevant planning consents. There is a lean-to potting shed and former privy attached to one side of the house. To the south side of the house is a level expanse of lawn which adjoins a gently rising field. A post & rail fence separates this area of garden from a small paddock.

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Christ Church Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 United Kingdom

£895,000 A substantial 6 bedroom late Victorian town house in a prime location Set part way along a wide tree lined road, this semi-detached well balanced family home is within easy reach of superb schools, Montpellier and the train station. Off street parking and a garage. EPC rating F. 9 Christ Church Road is situated towards the church end of the road and occupies superb views over the rear gardens and college lacrosse pitch. The house is semi-detached and provides flexible family accommodation across four spacious floors. Steps lead up to the front porch and in through the front door there is a large reception hall with cloak room and access into the dining room, living room and kitchen/breakfast room. The rooms have period features throughout with original cornicing, open fireplaces and working sash windows. The lower ground floor has a further kitchen, games room, study and utility room with access to the rear gardens. Upstairs there are two further floors which have 6 spacious bedrooms in total with two bathrooms. The second floor also has a large attic space which could be converted to further accommodation subject to planning permission and consents. The mezzanine between the ground floor and first floor gives access to the garden via rear steps. Throughout the house are various store cupboards and additional rooms which provide adequate storage or space to convert to suit requirements. The gardens are mostly laid to lawn with a mixture of mature plants and shrubs. To the far end of the garden is a superb vegetable patch with views beyond to the college grounds and also views of the Church back towards the house. EPC rating F.

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Lower Chedworth, Chedworth, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£895,000 For Sale - immaculate family house in a sought after Cotswold village A detached family house with well-presented, light accommodation, a former self-contained 1 bedroom annexe, a lovely large garden, flower meadow and a paddock, in a fabulous quiet position in this very popular village. EPC rating E. Springfield was built in 1946 and has been extended by the current owners. It is detached and faces south and the accommodation has a lovely light and airy feel with good ceiling heights. All of the main rooms enjoy an aspect over the gardens and grounds. Much use has been made of oak, with oak floors in two reception rooms and hall, internal panelled doors and panelling on the chimney breast in the sitting room. The kitchen is an excellent sized family room, incorporating a double oven oil fired Aga. The breakfast area has a gorgeous view over the valley. On the 1st floor, all the bedrooms have wardrobes and the main bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and a dressing room. Attached to the east side of the house is a former one bedroom annexe. As well as being interconnected to the main house, it has a separate entrance and comprises of a sitting room, double bedroom, shower room and former kitchen. A drive leads off the village lane through a gate to a car parking area. The garden and setting is an attractive feature and the majority lies to the front. It comprises an expanse of sloping lawn with deep, well stocked flower and herbaceous beds and is bordered by Cotswold stone walls. To the west of the house there is a large area of orchard and flower meadow. To the rear are terraced flower beds and two sitting areas. The paddock lies to the rear of the property and is crossed by the Chedworth stream. The paddock has its own gated access from the head of the drive.

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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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Leckhampton Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL53 United Kingdom

£775,000 A beautifully renovated and extended Victorian home. Just a short walk from the Bath Road, this imposing family home is in immaculate order having recently been tastefully modernised and extended. Off road parking. EPC rating D 8 Leckhampton Road is a Victorian home that has been renovated and extended to create a light and spacious family home. The accommodation is arranged over three floors with the added potential of converting the loft to create further accommodation. The entrance hall provides spacious access to the principle reception rooms. The drawing room is in two parts and has a gas fire and a large bay window to the front. There is a family room which is largely open plan and leads into the kitchen/dining room which has been finished to a very high standard. The kitchen is fitted with modern units and integrated appliances, there are large sliding glass doors which open out onto the walled garden and patio terrace. The remaining ground floor accommodation is completed by a cloakroom and access to the garage and utility area. Stairs lead down to an impressive lower ground floor room which can suit a variety of needs or a further bedroom. The first floor provides four impressive bedrooms, the master bedroom is complemented by a modern en suite shower room and large bay window to the front. Bedroom two is of equal size and has views to the rear gardens. There is a beautifully appointed family bathroom with separate shower. 8 Leckhampton road has a generous garden enclosed by a red brick wall and fenced to the southern boundary with access to the rear. The garden is low maintenance and has a spacious patio suitable for al fresco dining.

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Moreton Road, Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£1,275,000 A four bedroom detached house with exceptional views for sale A unique Cotswold stone property sitting in just over 10 acres of land on the edge of Stow-on-the-Wold with equestrian facilities and fantastic views over the surrounding countryside. EPC Rating: D. The property is accessed via a gravel drive and offers a great deal of potential to extend and upgrade subject to the necessary planning consents. The study was formerly the en suite bathroom to bedroom 4/reception room of the ground floor and has the facilities to be reinstated if required. There is an open plan kitchen/breakfast room with mains gas Aga and an adjoining utility room on the ground floor. The first floor consists of three bedrooms and three bathrooms with the potential to link through to the loft room above the integral double garage, again subject to the necessary planning consent. The integral garage and stone yard could all be incorporated in to further accommodation ﴾subject to the necessary planning consent﴿. The Paddocks offers excellent facilities for the equestrian enthusiast including a large concrete stable yard consisting of four good sized loose boxes and a tack room, all in Cotswold stone with power and water. The land consists of free draining flat paddocks with access from the Fosse Way and the stable yard. There is a full sized ﴾60m x 20m﴿ manege with sand and rubber surface, field shelter and paddocks enclosed by Cotswold stone walls and post and rails. In one of the paddocks there is a barn with electricity and water. The house is enclosed by an attractive garden with a variety of shrubs and mature trees, summer house and is mainly laid to lawn.

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Church Road, Icomb, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£425,000 A period Cotswold stone cottage for sale with permission to extend A beautifully presented three bedroom period cottage with views and planning consent for extension which offers investment potential in one of the most picturesque and sought after Cotswold villages. EPC rating: D 1 Park View Cottages is a typical Cotswold stone cottage that offers many characterful features. The current vendor has been granted planning permission to extend and reconfigure the cottage if one wishes to. Planning permission ref 15/017474/FUL can be viewed at www.cotswold.gov.uk. The current cottage offers a feeling wealth and charm with a large entrance hall leading through into the kitchen/breakfast room with tiled floor, a range of base and wall units, wood burning stove and door leading to the courtyard. Leading off the kitchen/breakfast room is the sitting room with fireplace and wood burning stove, tiled floor and doors leading onto the patio and garden to the front of the cottage. The first floor offers three bedrooms and a bathroom however the planning permission granted would make two larger bedrooms and two bathrooms with a new bedroom being created by linking the cottage to the Cotswold stone outbuilding. The cottage is approached over a paved parking area surrounded by Cotswold stone walling. Steps lead up to a beautifully maintained lawn with a path leading to the cottage.

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