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Hazleton, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£1,495,000 A stunning barn conversion with accomodation extending to more than 5000sqf Situated on the edge of the village of Hazleton just a short distance from the A40 this beautifully converted barn provides easy access to both Cheltenham to the west and Oxford and London to the east. EPC rating D The accommodation is superbly arranged over 2 floors and offers both stylish and practical living spaces ideal for modern family life as well as great entertaining spaces. The house centres around a magnificent reception room measuring over 55' in length with a two storey vaulted ceiling at the centre and a feature 'floating' wood burning stove. In the southern wing and adjacent to this room there is a smaller sitting room with doors to the garden, a light and bright kitchen with modern units and a central island, utility room and a guest bedroom suite with bathroom. On the first floor of this wing a spiral staircase from the kitchen leads to a further bedroom or home office and bathroom. To the other end of the property the entrance hall opens to a study on one side and to the other a bedroom suite with dressing room and shower room. On the first floor there are 3 further bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This accommodation is linked by a feature bridge over the main reception room but can also be reached by one of two staircases at either end of the barn. Outside the lawned gardens to the rear and side of the property enjoy lovely views over open fields. To the front of the house a large gravelled drive provides ample parking and there is a 3 bay garage and adjacent store. EPC rating D

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Tally Ho Lane, Guiting Power, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£650,000 Immaculately presented four bedroom house for sale A recently completed four bedroom property with characterful features and outstanding countryside views situated towards the end of a quiet country lane in the popular Cotswold village of Guiting Power. EPC Rating: C Yoicks and the adjoining property have been architecturally designed to take advantage of the stunning views that the position has to offer. The property has been tastefully constructed with local Cotswold stone and benefits from characterful features such as stone mullion windows, oak flooring and oak doors throughout. The ground floor offers a spacious entrance hall with cloak cupboard, a generous double bedroom with en suite and built in wardrobe, two further double bedrooms with views and doors leading into the garden and family bathroom. The first floor is very much open plan with a beautifully finished kitchen/breakfast room again with views and a range of base and wall units, oak flooring, exposed stone work and a vaulted ceiling. The open plan sitting room is spacious with aspects to the front and rear. The feature Cotswold stone fireplace and wood burning stove is the focal point in the room but your attention is quickly taken with the views through the glazed doors leading out to a balcony which is perfect for outdoor dining. A further bedroom suite can be found on the second floor which stands out from its impressive window overlooking the countryside to the rear. The property enjoys a lawned area and patio to the rear with views over the fields and the front of the property benefits from a large gravelled parking area enclosed by double gates and Cotswold stone walling.

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Calves Hill, Chedworth, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£3,850,000 Beautifully presented small estate with views across the valley Hills Farm is a sublime blend between pretty period Cotswold farmhouse and contemporary 21st century living. Set in approximately 44.5 acres the property includes excellent ancillary accommodation, swimming pool, separate stone barn, stables and paddocks. Hills Farm is positioned in a Conservation Area on the edge of the attractive Cotswold village of Chedworth. The house is situated off a quiet lane at the head of a long drive on the northern edge of the village, with southerly views over its gardens, ground and beyond across the valley. In the village, there are a number of pretty Cotswold stone cottages and farmhouses, an attractive Norman Church and other thriving village amenities including a well-respected primary school, a village pub, a Cricket Club and a Tennis Club. Communications are excellent with Chedworth being conveniently situated between Cirencester and Cheltenham. The village enjoys easy access to both the M4 and M5 motorways as well as the Midlands via the A429 Fosseway. There are regular fast trains to London from Swindon taking approximately one hour. There are an abundance of good schools in the surrounding area. The house has been completely renovated with emphasis on space and light, making the most of the views down the valley. The house is an ideal size being a little over 6,000 sq ft with an additional pool house with secondary accommodation, separate stone barn set up as a cinema and party barn with adjoining gym. The house is surrounded by its own land totalling 44.5 acres.

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Mount View, 3 The Park, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 United Kingdom

£1,450,000 A fantastic opportunity to purchase a ready-made investment on The Park Mount View is a Grade II listed Regency villa comprising five beautiful apartments and is a unique opportunity to purchase a ready-made investment for either short term serviced lets or assured short hold tenancies. Potential est. annual income of £82K with huge prospect for further income growth. Apartment 1 occupies the entire raised ground floor and has excellent proportions with 1,449 sq’ of accommodation. This apartment was tastefully refurbished in 2010 and consists of; Drawing room, kitchen/dining room, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, study area, storage and a private south/east facing garden. Apartment 2 is on the first floor and stretches to nearly 1,200 sq’. It also underwent a refurbishment in 2010. It has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, sitting/dining room, kitchen/breakfast room and a store room. Apartment 3 is a split level apartment over the top floors and underwent a refurbishment in 2013. It has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath/shower room, kitchen/breakfast room and sitting/dining room. Apartment 4 is on the lower ground floor and has its own private entrance. The apartment has 2 double bedrooms, 2 bath/shower rooms, sitting/dining room and kitchen. Apartment 5 is also situated on the lower ground floor with a private entrance and has 1 bedroom, shower room, kitchen and sitting/dining room. Each apartment has one parking space with the exception of apartment 1, which has two parking spaces. The property is incredibly well maintained by the current owners and offers very well-presented communal areas and beautiful period features within each apartment. Each apartment has its own services connected. This freehold property is being sold fully furnished with exception to the furnishings in apartment 1 and 5. Please contact the office for further information on potential income.

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Aldsworth, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£1,000,000 For Sale a charming Cotswold stone house with a small paddock An attractive well-presented Cotswold stone family house in a lovely peaceful, rural setting with potential to extend and a paddock. In all about 1.25 acres EPC rating E. Bramble Farmhouse is quietly situated in a lovely rural location within an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It forms part of a small group of converted farm buildings which originally served Swyre Farm. The property is constructed of natural Cotswold stone and the accommodation, which is arranged over 3 floors, extends to just over 3,000 sq. ft. in total. It stands in an elevated south facing position with a lovely outlook over the valley and most of the rooms take full advantage of this fact with the result that they feel light and spacious. The accommodation is well presented, full of charm and character and retains features such as exposed beams and a number of high vaulted ceilings, a rustic style staircase and a flagstone floor. Of particular note is the sitting room, a well-proportioned room with an open fireplace and glazed double doors which open onto the front garden. If more living space is required, planning permission was granted in the past to convert the integral double garage but has long since lapsed. The property is approached via a shared gravel driveway which sweeps through a five bar gate and around to a parking area in front of the double garage. To the rear of the house there are two paved sitting areas, one sheltered by a high Cotswold stone wall and from which steps lead down to a sunken courtyard and doors opening into the kitchen. A flight of steps lead up from the terrace to a small paddock which is enclosed on three sides by post and rails.

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Wells Head Lane, Temple Guiting, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£2,500,000 Impressive edge of village Cotswold stone barn with extensive grounds Positioned in a peaceful and private setting on the edge of the popular and picturesque Cotswold village of Temple Guiting, this beautiful barn offers extensive accommodation, staff/guest annexe grounds including lakes and woodland. Available as a whole or in 2 Lots. Temple Guiting is in the heart of the Cotswold Hills, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty between Cheltenham and Stow on the Wold. The area is renowned for its excellent schooling with Kitebrook, Cheltenham Ladies College, Cheltenham Boys, Dean Close and The Cotswold School all close by and with a wider selection available in Oxford, Worcester and Malvern also within striking distance. Wells Head is listed Grade II with the accommodation arranged over 2 floors. Of particular note is the highly impressive full height drawing room with adjoining dining room. The kitchen/breakfast room is well equipped and has sliding doors out onto the adjoining entertaining terrace. The bedroom accommodation is flexible depending on individual requirements with options for the main bedroom or guest accommodation. There are 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms in the main house with a staff/guest annexe positioned at one end. The formal gardens surround the house and rise up behind the barn to a woodland copse and a large field with a tennis court and small stable outbuilding. Lot 2 (available by separate negotiation) comprises a series of picturesque lakes rising up the private valley offering walks. There is a lakeside pavilion and tree house ideal for summer entertaining. Lot 1 House, gardens and grounds of 9.32 acres Lot 2 Lakes and woodland of 14.54 acres (Available by separate negotiation)

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Lower Swell Road, Stow On The Wold, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£675,000 Immaculately presented period cottage West Deyne has undergone recent careful refurbishment and now offers a light, deceptively spacious, property on the western edge of the town with beautiful views. The cottage also benefits from planning permission to extend and to create a separate apartment. EPC Rating: E The property is constructed of natural Cotswold stone under a tiled roof. The location of the house benefits from both views over the countryside and close proximity to the market square. The entrance porch leads into a spacious inner hall with large cellar and beyond into a modern kitchen breakfast room with a range of base units, cooker and hob, fridge freezer and dishwasher. A well presented shower room and utility area can be found next to the rear entrance. The sitting room enjoys tall ceilings and large windows making the room very light indeed. The room enjoys oak flooring throughout, a Cotswold stone fireplace and original stone stairs leading down to a snug. The dining room and conservatory lead from the sitting room. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, a well appointed and generous family bathroom and room with restricted head height, currently used as storage. The second floor offers a master bedroom with planning consent to create an en suite bathroom. The property benefits from planning permission to extend and split the property into a three bedroom cottage and separate apartment. (Planning reference 14/05672/FUL). Outside, West Deyne offers a sunny walled courtyard garden to the rear of the kitchen which leads around the side of the house to a larger lawned area with beautiful views looking down the valley towards Lower Swell. There is parking and a garage to the front of the property.

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Leckhampton Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL53 United Kingdom

£950,000 An elegant Grade II listed town house in a sought after location Situated close to the Bath Road this spacious 5 bedroom detached home offers flexible family accommodation with a good sized garden and off-road parking. Single garage. Norwood is an impressive Grade II listed detached residence on the popular Leckhampton Road. The house has flexible accommodation over three floors and has been maintained to a very high standard. Approached through an attractive gated entrance and paved walkway, the front door opens into a spacious hallway with slate floor and pretty open string staircase with polished mahogany hand rail. Doors lead into the drawing room which features an open gas fire, large bay window and steps leading down into a light filled garden room. This also gives access to the terrace via the French doors. On the opposite side of the reception hall is a spacious dining room which also has a bay window and fireplace. Steps, from the hallway, then lead down to a study, utility room and large kitchen/breakfast room with hard wood work tops and Belfast sink. The basement level has a sitting room and play room with additional storage space in a separate recess. The first floor provides five spacious bedrooms, one of which is en-suite. To complete the first floor there is a large family bathroom, shower room and WC. To the front of the property lies an attractive approach via wrought iron railings and a gated entrance. There is a paved walkway between lawns up to the front door. To the side of the house lies a single garage and off road parking. The gardens to the rear are partly laid to lawn with a mixture of mature plants and shrubs. This is accompanied by a superb vegetable patch.

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Ashley Road, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 United Kingdom

£850,000 A 4 bedroom detached family home on the Battledown Estate. A fabulous opportunity to acquire a detached family home on a stunning plot on Ashley Road within the private Battledown Estate. The property sits in a plot of around half an acre and enjoys delightful views west towards Cheltenham. EPC rating E. The property is reached via a tarmac drive, flanked by lawns and providing generous parking and access to the double garage. Internally the house could now benefit from some modernisation and upgrading but offers an excellent layout and footprint to be improved upon and, if necessary, extended subject to the usual consents. On the ground floor the principal rooms include a sitting room, dining room, kitchen and study. The sitting room has a Cotswold stone fireplace and in the dining room there is a hardwood block floor which continues under the sitting room carpet; from the dining room a craftsman-built English oak staircase rises to the first floor where there are 4 bedrooms and a family bathroom. To the rear of the house the landscaped gardens are a particular feature of the property with two terraced lawns and planted beds, bordered with mature trees and shrubs and with an ornamental pond. The garden faces west and therefore enjoys a sunny orientation. There is also a large garden shed with wood store. The double garage to the front of the property has covered external access from the house and an adjoining workshop. In all about 0.5 of an acre. EPC rating E.

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Clarence Square, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 United Kingdom

£1,395,000 An elegant Grade II listed town house of great character and quality This beautifully presented town house forms part of a Grade II listed terrace of Georgian town houses situated in beautiful Clarence Square. The house has been the subject of a program of extensive refurbishment and renovation by the current owners and now offers a home of exceptional quality. The extremely flexible accommodation which is arranged over four floors, boasts the elegant proportions expected from a home of this era. On the raised ground floor a double reception room has full length parliament hinged doors between the dining room to the front and a beautifully appointed kitchen to the rear, fitted with a hand painted bespoke range of units with magnificent island and polished granite working surfaces. A quite stunning first floor drawing room has triple sash hung windows opening onto an ornate canopied balcony, alongside a sitting/media room which provides a less formal reception room but could equally become a further bedroom if required. On the second floor there are 3 bedrooms served by 2 fabulous bath/shower rooms on both 1st and 2nd floor mezzanine landings (both with under floor heating). On the lower ground floor there is a generous, beautifully appointed self-contained apartment which can be accessed from an internal staircase or via an independent external access giving great flexibility to be used as overflow accommodation for the main house or as an income generator. There is an open plan living space with smart fitted kitchen, a bedroom and bathroom with full suite, all with under floor heating. The house is perfectly complimented by a delightful, intelligently landscaped walled garden which leads directly to an area of secure gated parking to the rear.

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Cowley, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL53 United Kingdom

£1,350,000 An exceptionally handsome Georgian Cotswold country house. Located between Cheltenham and Cirencester, Cowley sits in the heart of the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Set in the middle of the village, the property occupies a prominent slightly elevated position enjoying unspoilt views over Cowley Manor and its parkland. EPC rating F. The Manor House is a beautiful double fronted Cotswold stone property situated in the much sought after village of Cowley. Homely in feel with an open fire in the dining room and a wood burner in the sitting room, the property retains many period features including exposed stone, beams, window shutters and window seats. The property is believed to date back to 17th century with later Victorian additions. The striking and south facing façade and main reception rooms are both well-proportioned and naturally light. There is an inner reception hall that leads through to a lovely garden room with views over the pretty gardens. To the rear of the house the kitchen overlooks an attractive private courtyard. Arranged over the first and second floors are five spacious bedrooms and three bathrooms. The upper floors enjoy stunning views to the south over the parkland that surrounds Cowley Manor. To the rear of the property there are a range of Cotswold stone outbuildings with a covered carriage archway and the workshops separating the private kitchen courtyard from the gravelled parking area and carports. Set predominantly on the south and west side of the house, the cottage gardens that surround the house are incredibly private with various pockets including lawns, ‘potager’ style vegetable garden with greenhouse, parterre garden and lily pond. A particular feature are the mature hedges which help provide a great deal of its privacy. EPC rating F.

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

£1,900,000 An impressive Grade II listed country home close to Cheltenham. The Tythe Barn is a handsome period property with origins dating back to the 15th century. Listed Grade II as being of architectural interest and formerly part of Home Farm the property is now a home of great character and significant style with many period features still intact. The current owners have meticulously and sympathetically improved the property over the last few years and this wonderful historic home now offers excellent versatile accommodation fit for the modern world whilst retaining a wealth of original features including stone mullioned windows, impressive inglenook fireplace, exposed timbers and stone walls. Of particular note is the quite magnificent drawing room, originally converted from one of the 15th century barns and now an impressive 53’ reception room, perfect for entertaining, with dining and study area, large inglenook fireplace, high vaulted ceiling with exposed beams with the central feature being an original mill stone. The house offers 5 well-appointed double bedrooms, two with stylish en-suite facilities. Attached to the living accommodation another key feature is a further barn, an exceptional building measuring over 59’ in length with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams, exposed stone walling and barn doors to both the front and rear, allowing use as garaging if so required or has the potential, subject to the usual planning conditions to become substantial additional accommodation. The Tythe Barn is approached off Dowdeswell Hill by a shared gravelled driveway (owned by The Tythe Barn) bordered on each side by well-manicured lawns. The upper lawn, divided from the lower by hedging, rises gently to a stone terrace surrounded by flower beds and bordered by many mature shrubs and bushes.

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College Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL53 United Kingdom

£875,000 A sizeable period town house centrally located within the town centre. Formerly the Old Vicarage to St Luke’s Church, this substantial town property retains a wealth of character having been renovated to a very high standard with the added benefit of ample off road parking and garaging. Conveniently located for Cheltenham town centre, 21 College Road is an imposing semi-detached period home set on the corner of St Luke's Road and College Road under the backdrop of the church. Believed to have been built circa 1890 and arranged over four floors, the property offers flexible, well-proportioned accommodation which combines a wealth of period charm with a contemporary and stylish finish. Wherever possible, great care has been taken to enhance traditional features such as coving, corbels and wooden floors with attractive open fireplaces as focal points in the drawing room and three of the bedrooms. There is a large kitchen/breakfast room with tiled floor, granite work tops and a breakfast bar island at the centre. Floor and wall mounted units provide ample storage throughout. Doors lead out onto a superb patio area with steps leading to the garage and parking area. The remainder of the lower ground floor provides a utility room, family room and study. The ground floor has a large drawing room with an open fireplace and dual aspect creating ample space and light to the room. There is also a dining room with built in storage and dumbwaiter down to the kitchen and a cloakroom at the end of the hallway. Upstairs there are two further floors which have a total of five bedrooms and a family bathroom and separate WC. The Master bedroom has an en-suite with free standing bath and shower. Outside there is a gated entrance, off road parking and a large garage.

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Fossebridge, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 United Kingdom

£795,000 For sale a lovely family house 3 miles south of Northleach An attractive period Cotswold stone family house with a large garden, small paddock, a useful range of stone outbuildings including former stables and a separate home office/studio. In all about 1.4 acres. EPC rating F. The Farmhouse is situated next to the Inn at Fossebridge adjacent to the Fosse Way. The property is a handsome detached Cotswold stone house with origins dating back to the 18th Century and later additions. The impressive stone porch makes a lovely entrance with a flagstone floor and glazed atrium above. There are 2 principal reception rooms on the ground floor both with fireplaces, window seats and beams, a garden room with a stone flagged floor, study and a bespoke Mark Wilkinson kitchen with a gas-fired Aga. There is a good sized breakfast room off the kitchen. On the 1st floor are 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (one of which has been refurbished and includes a separate shower cubicle) and a deep cupboard/walk-in wardrobe. A steep ladder-style staircase provides access to 2 attic rooms. A drive leads off the road to a brick paved courtyard parking area alongside which there is a range of Cotswold stone stables and an old smithy, which provide double garaging, workshop and storage space. A path flanked by a beech hedge leads from the parking area around an apple tree, woodland borders and lawn down to the front door. To the other side of the path is an area of gently sloping lawn. The main garden lies to the south and west. Double gates lead from the garden to an area of orchard and a small paddock which has a separate gated access back on to a lane. There is a further stone outbuilding close to the house which provides office/studio space. In all about 1.4 acres.

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