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Whittington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£3,500,000 A picturesque Grade II listed Rectory set in glorious gardens Set in the heart of a quiet parish in just under 2 acres of stunning landscaped gardens, this beautiful and well equipped period Cotswold stone family house is well proportioned and in immaculated presented The Old Rectory is full of character with open fireplaces, flagstone floors and stone mullion windows. The rooms are all of good proportions, ideal for entertaining or for every day family living. On the first floor is a master suite with galleried double bedroom, dressing room and large bathroom, together with 2 further bedroom suites. The second floor has an additional 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. The Coach House has extensive storage on the ground floor and a smartly presented 2 bed self-contained flat on the first floor. The house is approached by 2 driveways bordered by wide manicured lawns and bounded by herbaceous borders with an extensive array of flowering shrubs and trees. There is a pond and stream to the north east of the house, a greenhouse, prolific vegetable garden and fruit cage with a small fenced paddock. The gardens are exceptional and surround the house on all sides with the different sections divided by pretty walkways with strategic seating areas. There is a grass tennis court, mature speciment trees and shrubs, a long drive and the house sits beautifully within its grounds.

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Gopshill Lane, Gretton, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£1,475,000 A superb Grade II listed Cotswold stone house in the centre of the village. A prominent, beautifully renovated listed family home set in the heart of this popular village on the edge of Winchcombe. This historic former farmhouse sits in well-manicured gardens with gated parking, garaging and further versatile outbuildings Built of honey coloured Cotswold stone set with cut coin stones and relieved by attractive stone mullion and leaded windows, this attractive former farmhouse occupies a slightly elevated position in the centre of the village set back from the lane. The house retains a wealth of period features throughout to include exposed Cotswold stone, large beams, oak floor boards, beautiful stone mullions with ornate iron window fixtures, working shutters and window seats. The principal reception rooms and main bedrooms sit to the front of the house facing east so enjoying the morning sunshine. The drawing room focuses on an impressive ingle nook complete with wood burner. French doors onto the patio combined with the high ceilings and a dual aspect make the room light and bright throughout the day. To the rear of the house, benefitting from access directly into the garden, the well-appointed and traditionally styled handmade kitchen centres on a large central island and focuses on an immaculate cream four door Aga. The kitchen, 28’ in length incorporates a breakfast/dining area from where double doors lead into the formal dining room. The well planned landscaped gardens surround the house with ample gated parking to the side and a range of useful outbuildings offering plenty of storage or garaging options.

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High Street, Withington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£250,000 For sale a classically pretty Cotswold stone cottage in the Coln Valley A quintessential mid terraced Grade II Listed Cotswold stone cottage with a good sized garden and off street parking in this highly sought after village The property is situated on the edge of Withington, a charming Cotswold village in the upper reaches of the Coln Valley surrounded by undulating wooded countryside in an area designated as being of outstanding natural beauty. The village supports a fine parish church, two pubs and a primary school. In Northleach there is a bakery, wine merchant, traditional butcher and a highly regarded gastro pub, The Wheatsheaf. The larger market town of Cirencester and regency town of Cheltenham provide excellent shopping, cultural and recreational facilities between them. 9 High Street is a very pretty, mid terraced cottage built of mellow Cotswold stone with dormer windows and traditional natural stone tiles to the front roof slope. We believe it dates back to the 1800s and is Listed Grade II as being of Special Architectural or Historical Interest. The cottage has been let for many years and although the accommodation is quite limited, we believe there is potential to add a two storey extension to the rear of the property, if required, subject to obtaining the relevant planning and Listed Building consents. There is a small area of garden to the front of the cottage but the majority of the garden lies to the rear and is of a good size. Vehicular access is to the rear of the cottage, where a shared gravel drive leads off a no through lane to a private parking area. The garden is principally laid to lawn, interspersed by a number of fruit trees and is enclosed by timber fencing.

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Caudle Green, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL53 United Kingdom

£435,000 2 bedroom Cotswold stone cottage with fantastic views over open countryside An attractive detached Cotswold stone cottage quietly situated in an unspoilt village, with its own nature reserve within walking distance of the property. Woodland View is a charming period cottage situated in the heart of the unspoilt village of Caudle Green. We believe the property is about 200 years old and is built of natural Cotswold stone under a tiled roof. Many of the property’s original features are still in place such as an inglenook fireplace and exposed timber beams. The accommodation is arranged over 2 floors with on the ground floor a kitchen with fitted oak units with integrated appliances and a sitting room which is a good size with inglenook fireplace inset with wood burning stove. The current owners added a conservatory to the rear of the property with doors that open out on to the garden. On the 1st floor there are 2 double bedrooms and a bathroom. The property is approached off the village lane with parking for 1 car in front of the property. Access to the garden is via a pedestrian gate to the side of the property with a path that leads round the garden to the rear of the property. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and has wonderful views over open countryside. The nature reserve is situated on the edge of the village which is a short walk from the property and has vehicular access from the village lane. The nature reserve is set in 1.08 acres and surrounded by a new stock proof fence. There is a mature woodland area with a number of different species. In the middle of the nature reserve there is a large pond, a orchard, and a veg garden.

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Rectory Lane, Swindon Village, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL51 United Kingdom

£650,000 A delightful Grade II listed family home in the heart of Swindon Village St Lawrence House forms part of the original Rectory to the church of Swindon Village. The house was divided many years ago to create two individual dwellings and has been significantly altered and improved since, with origins thought to possibly date back as far as the 18th century The house has a very impressive early Victorian main façade with floor to ceiling sash windows overlooking the attractive gardens. On entering the house there is a large open reception hall which could easily double as a dining hall and an impressive staircase to the galleried landing. The drawing room has some lovely period features including ceiling mouldings, 3 floor to ceiling windows, one of which opens to create French doors onto the paved terrace and a marble fireplace which creates an attractive focal point. There is a good sized fitted kitchen overlooking the lovely courtyard which has an adjacent utility room. A square arch leads from the kitchen to the dining with glazed doors off to a small TV room/snug. Upstairs there are 5 bedrooms and 2 bathroom laid out over 2 floors. On the west side is a large private courtyard, whilst to the front a raised paved terrace gives way to a private south facing lawned garden. The garden is enclosed to three sides by an attractive red brick wall and has gated access to gravelled parking.

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Aldsworth, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£795,000 For sale a detached 3 bedroom cottage with a large garden and outbuildings. A very pretty extended Cotswold stone cottage full of period charm and character in a quiet position on the edge of the village with a lovely view across to the Parish Church and plenty of parking. EPC rating E The original part of the cottage is very old and was built, we believe, around 1670 of mellow Cotswold stone. It was substantially extended about 20 years ago in matching materials and the majority of the roof slopes are covered with traditional stone slates. The property is not Listed but lies within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The well-presented accommodation revolves around a lovely sitting room with three south facing windows, an open stone fireplace and a beamed ceiling. The kitchen / breakfast room is another excellent light room and is well fitted. Also on the ground floor there is a separate dining room and a study, from which glazed doors open onto a paved sun terrace, a large utility room, hall and cloakroom. Upstairs is reached via two separate staircases, one to the excellent master suite comprising of a generous double bedroom, a dressing area with built-in wardrobes and a large en-suite bathroom. The second staircase leads to two further bedrooms with high vaulted ceilings and a recently refurbished shower room. To the west of the house is a raised paved terrace, ideal for outside dining and from which there is a lovely view. Beyond the terrace, there is an area of lawn enclosed by box hedging and shrub borders. The majority of the garden lies to the rear and comprises a further area of lawn interspersed by a number of fruit trees. There are 2 drives providing parking for a number of cars and 2 garages.

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Aldsworth, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£695,000 For sale a 4 bedroom village house created from the conversion of a school A well presented detached Cotswold stone Victorian former school in a quiet elevated position on the edge of a popular village with a lovely outlook and spacious, light and airy accommodation, off-street parking and garden. Stonebury House stands in an elevated position, well away from the main road, on the west edge of Aldsworth with a lovely view towards the Manor House and Church. Aldsworth itself is a charming unspoilt Cotswold village surrounded by magnificent countryside in an area designated as being of outstanding natural beauty. There is a church, pub and village hall within walking distance of the property and the nearest shops are found in Northleach and Burford. We believe Stonebury House was built in 1853 as the village school and was converted in 1989 to provide a comfortable family house. The accommodation, which is arranged over 2 floors, is particularly well proportioned on the ground floor with all the principal rooms facing south west making then lovely and light and with high ceilings. The drawing room is a fantastic room at over 26 feet in length with a handsome Farmington stone fireplace as it's focal point. The kitchen/breakfast room is another excellent sized family room rising in part to full ceiling height. On the first floor there are currently 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms but it should be a relatively easy job to combine 2 of the single bedrooms to create a larger guest double bedroom if required. If an additional bedroom is needed, then we believe it might be feasible to create one by building above the sitting room, subject to obtaining the relevant planning consents. Outside there is off street parking to the rear of the property and lawned gardens to front and rear.

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Birchley Road, Battledown, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 United Kingdom

£825,000 A detached home set in gardens of over half an acre on a private estate. Coming to the market for the first time since being built in 1954 this detached family home is situated within a lovely plot of around 0.63 acres and enjoys far reaching views over Cheltenham to the Malvern Hills in the distance. EPC rating E. The house would now benefit from a program of modernisation and extension (subject to the usual consents) and is built of brick construction under a dormer style tiled roof. The property is set well back from the road and reached via a long tarmac drive flanked to one side by a very attractive level lawned garden. At the end of the drive there is a turning area and detached double garage with up and over doors. Inside the house the entrance hall has doors to all rooms including, sitting room, dining room, sunroom, kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a shower/wet room. There is also a small utility room accessed from the rear lobby off the kitchen. On the first floor there are 3 further bedrooms, study, bathroom and separate WC. The principle rooms of the house all enjoy the stunning views to the rear of the house and this is particularly evident on the first floor. Outside the gardens are 'L' shaped and are split into an area of formal lawns to the southern side of the house and a less formal orchard area to the west. In all the plot measures about 0.62 acres. EPC rating E

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Roel Cottages, Roel, Guiting Power, Cheltenham, GL54 United Kingdom

£745,000 A stunning three bedroom cottage in the heart of the Cotswold countryside A beautiful Victorian cottage that has undergone extensive renovation and extension to provide a wonderful property in a secluded position with views over the adjoining countryside. EPC Rating: C The cottage is approached between a Cotswold stone wall with a gravelled parking area that gives views over the adjoining fields. The parking area leads to a new double garage with storage above. The property offers modern living with a stunning kitchen breakfast room with a range of base and wall units finished with granite work surfaces. Appliances include an American style fridge freezer, dishwasher, Rangemaster Induction oven and hob, wine cooler, microwave oven and washing machine. The kitchen breakfast room enjoys a dual aspect to the front and the rear and really is the delight of the cottage. The sitting room with fireplace, again, enjoys views over the garden and leads through into the garden room which benefits some of the best views in the house. On the first floor the cottage offers three double bedrooms all withen suites which are finished to a very high standard. The views from the bedrooms are wonderful and particularly from the master bedroom. The cottage is situated in an elevated position and the current owners have landscaped the gardens beautifully to provide a terrace with views, lawned areas and various beds for planting which are bordered by a selection of Cotswold stone walls and railway sleepers. There is extensive lighting throughout the gardens which will make the garden a pleasure even into the evening.

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Hailes, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£3,850,000 A beautiful listed Cotswold manor house in a stunning location Approached along a gravel drive through impressive entrance gates, the house sits well within its land and has secondary accommodation, extensive outbuildings 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 37 acres land and has secondary accommodation, extensive outbuildings (with planning for conversion) and useful storage barns. There are delightful gardens and grounds including a long approach through impressive entrance gates, woodland, a tennis court with stone viewing pavilion, vegetable garden and greenhouse all with beautiful views.

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