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Broad Campden, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 United Kingdom

£1,500,000 Five bedroom detached Cotswold house For Sale A beautifully presented Cotswold stone house with attractive gardens, far reaching views and ancillary accommodation situated down a quiet country lane within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) with rural views. Haven Cottage is a period Cotswold Stone edge of village property with beautifully constructed recent editions in a peaceful, semi-rural setting. The property has a warm, homely feel, set over two floors finished to a very high standard including doubleg lazing throughout, a new central heating system and under floor heating throughout the tiled floors area on the ground floor. There are many character features incorporated within the house including natural stone floors, exposed timbers, exposed stone walls, oak doors with cast iron fittings and oak floors. The property is accessed via a glazed Hall, leading through to the Sitting room, Drawing room and Utility area. At the heart of the property, is the wonderful open plan Kitchen/Dining room with a fantastic atrium over the dining area, large glazed windows and doors overlooking the private garden, central island, Honed Granite and hardwood work surfaces, Neff appliances and a 4 oven Aga. The first floor consists of the main bedroom suite boasting a roll top bath and separate walk-in shower. There are two further bedrooms and a bathroom, in the main house. In addition to the main house is a recently constructed annexe, comprising three garages, kitchen, two generous sized bedrooms and a bathroom. Haven Cottage is situated in a stunning location with rural views. The gardens offer a mature backdrop with the addition of stylish landscaping. A large Indian Slate patio area is adjacent to the main house with access from the kitchen and Utility area. There are Cotswold stone retaining walls with raised herbaceous flower beds and a large terrace area, ideal for entertaining and enjoying the views.

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Moors Lane, Feckenham, Redditch, Worcestershire, B96 United Kingdom

£975,000 Magnificent 6 bed house, private position, 2 acres, office & greenhouse Bean Hall is situated in a stunning rural position, on the edge of the desirable and historic village of Feckenham. It has been extended and renovated to an exceptionally high standard and enjoys far reaching countryside views across Feckenham Vale and to the distant Malvern Hills. Bean Hall has origins believed to date back to 1804 and sits in an elevated and unique position on a site of medieval origins. The current owners have significantly extended and renovated the property creating a fine country house of wonderful proportions. The sympathetic renovation has resulted in a highly individual and contemporary finish through the use of new, reclaimed and restored materials. It offers modern, light and airy living space with period character created through high ceilings, traditional 4-panel doors and original flagstones and quarry floor tiles. From all the principle rooms, spectacular far reaching countryside views are enjoyed. The private shared drive meanders through fields and leads to Bean Hall driveway, which sweeps past well-manicured lawns up to the front of the house where gravel parking allows for several cars. To the front of the house are Lavender boarders and partially lining the drive are delightful raised mature flowerbeds. The grounds wrap around in a ‘L’ shape to the northern paddock known as ‘House Orchard’. There is ample space for a horse and for outbuildings to be erected. There is an expired planning permission to dismantle some barns and relocate them on ‘House Orchard’ to provide two buildings for the use of home office, garaging, games and hobby room (Redditch Borough Council application ref number 2009/120/FUL) July 09

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Edgehill, Banbury, Warwickshire, OX15 United Kingdom

£850,000 A handsome former vicarage on the edge of the village. With well-proportioned rooms and high ceilings, this 6 bedroom village house has many character features and the potential for extension and refurbishment, subject to planning. There is a walled garden and Coach House, which could be converted, subject to planning. EPC rating: F The Vicarage is a handsome detached property built of local mellow stone. It was built originally as the central vicarage for the parishes of Radway, Ratley and Upton. The property is attractively located within its plot surrounded by a private walled garden. Character features include stone flagged floors and large stone mullion windows offering plenty of light. The accommodation is arranged over three floors and has well proportioned rooms and high ceilings. The house is entered by an attractive arched lobby which opens up to the welcoming reception hall. Steps down lead to a cloakroom with shower facilities. A dual aspect sitting room with open fireplace and separate morning room provide wonderful entertaining space. Dining room with views into the garden. Adjoining kitchen with fitted cupboards and Bosch integrated appliances. The living accommodation could be sympathetically extended to create a larger kitchen/breakfast room if required, subject to the necessary planning consents. Staircase rising to the first floor where bedroom 1 is situated and currently used as an office. Three further double bedrooms and a spacious family bathroom with separate shower, in need of modernisation. A superb master suite could be created by converting the two bedrooms on the second floor. Attractive walled gardens surrounded the property. Detached Hornton stone coach house with single garage which could be converted to ancillary accommodation, subject to planning. One acre of woodland.

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Lower Oddington, Moreton-In-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 United Kingdom

£725,000 Four bedroom semi-detached house for sale in the Cotswolds A Grade II listed period property positioned in the desirable village of Lower Oddington, an idyllic and sought after location located in a Conservation Area and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Rectory Farmhouse is a beautiful semi‐detached Grade II listed property. The property is built of Cotswold stone and includes many characterful features such as stone tiled roof, exposed timbers and a gravelled path approach. The entrance hall with flagstone flooring leads into the sitting room with fireplace and wood burning stove, window seats and stone mullion windows with wooden shutters. The kitchen breakfast room is the centre piece of the house with a stable door leading to the garden, a quarry tiled floor, a range of base and wall units and a rather impressive inglenook fireplace with feature bread oven. A study area and cloakroom/utility room can be found off the kitchen. On the first floor the property benefits from a master bedroom with en suite, further double bedroom and family bathroom. The second floor offers two further double bedrooms with vaulted ceilings and exposed timbers. The garden is predominantly bounded by a Cotswold stone wall and is mainly laid to lawn with a large patio area for outdoor dining. There is a stone outbuilding in the garden. The path leading from the rear garden meanders down to a parking area ﴾with allocated parking space﴿ and garage.

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Shottery Village, Shottery, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 United Kingdom

£599,950 A stylishly appointed detached 3 bedroom house situated in a prime location A recently refurbished three bedroom detached bungalow situated in the heart of Shottery village, having beautifully appointed, well balanced accommodation with garage, parking and garden. EPC rating: C. The beautifully appointed accommodation includes a stylish kitchen, luxurious bathroom suites and quality fittings including a stone fireplace, oak doors and double glazing throughout. Entrance hall having doors leading off to the various reception rooms and bedroom suites. Drawing room having a dual aspect, stone fireplace and double doors to the orangery beyond. Orangery with ceiling lantern, tiled flooring and French doors leading onto the rear terrace and garden. Kitchen/breakfast room having a range of fitted units with soft close drawers and Galaxy granite worktops. Integrated dishwasher, fridge/freezer and Rangemaster cooker with five ring gas hob. Central island with breakfast bar and storage space below. Double doors lead out to the orangery. Utility room having fitted units and space for appliances. Doors to the garden and garage. Guest cloakroom. Master bedroom to the rear with French doors opening onto the terrace and en suite bathroom including a free standing bath, separate shower, wc and wash basin. Bedroom 2 having window to the front; en suite bathroom with free standing bath, separate shower, wc and wash basin. Bedroom 3 having window to the front and en suite shower room. There is a single garage and parking. Garden having a paved terrace and steps leading up to the lawn beyond with attractive fencing.

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Hospital Road, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 United Kingdom

£1,250,000 A substantial detached Cotswold stone style house for sale Situated in the heart of Moreton-in-Marsh just 150 yards from the High Street with stunning countryside views looking up towards the Batsford Estate, Oaklands is an impressive Cotswold house. EPC Rating: E The property is accessed via the rather impressive entrance hall with hand-crafted solid chestnut doors, split staircase and galleried landing. The kitchen breakfast room is light and spacious with windows to the south and west and with French doors leading on to the garden. There is a range of oak wall and base units finished with work surfaces. The floor is tiled throughout with underfloor heating in the kitchen and this leads through into the utility room. The sitting room is another light and spacious room with feature fireplace, exposed beams and sliding doors leading into the garden. The dining room is another generous space with sliding doors leading through into the garden room which enjoys a wonderful view over the well-manicured gardens. The first floor has five generous bedrooms with a large master bedroom with ensuite and balcony overlooking the garden. There is a further ensuite for the second bedroom, family shower bathroom and a smaller room with shelved floor to ceiling built in cupboards which could be used as a study or walk-in dressing room. The double garage leads through to a rear hall and further cloakroom which is convenient if working in the garden or enjoying the swimming pool. A covered walkway leads from the rear hall into the large outbuilding which currently offers a generous snooker room on the ground floor and a gymnasium on the first floor. The outbuilding could make ideal ancillary accommodation if required. The part walled swimming pool could easily have a roof added if required and benefits from a jacuzzi, sauna, shower room and access directly to the snooker room. The property is approached through iron gates and over a gravelled drive with plenty of off road parking and double garage. Oaklands benefits from a plot which measures just over three quarters of an acre, the rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with herbaceous borders, mature trees and two ponds.

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Church Lane, Welford On Avon, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 United Kingdom

£995,000 A substantial family house with mature garden in a sought after village Willow Vale is situated towards the end of a no through lane in the heart of the village. The property offers 5 bedroom family accommodation with indoor pool room and fitness pool, double garage, garden and is approached via electric gates. EPC: E Willow Vale is a well located, substantial village house which has been recently re-carpeted and redecorated. The accommodation comprises a large entrance hall with cloakroom off; split level dining room; drawing room with wood burner, part ceramic tiled floor and French doors to the pool room; pool room with plunge pool with swim jet and French doors to the garden. kitchen/breakfast room with an extensive range of built-in wall and base units incorporating integrated appliances, Range cooker and walk-in pantry. Off the kitchen/breakfast room is the family/sitting room with fireplace, coal effect gas fire and bay window with window seat. Utility room with wall and base units, sink, plumbing for washing machine and dryer and oil fired central heating boiler; cloakroom and door to the garden. First floor with principal master bedroom with a large south facing window, walk-in clothes closet and en suite bathroom. Second bedroom with built-in wardrobe and en suite bathroom with separate shower. Two further double bedrooms and bedroom 5/study with a range of fitted furniture. Contemporary family shower room. Attached to the house is a double garage. Approached through electric double gates, the property has a gravel drive and parking area, deep planted borders and mature trees The principal garden lies to the south side of the house and is enclosed, mainly lawned with a patio, rockery and ornamental ponds together with well planted borders.

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Bourton on the Hill, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 United Kingdom

£1,000,000 5 bedroom Cotswold stone house for sale The Stocks is a beautiful period Cotswold stone property with characterful features and located in a peaceful position in an elevated position offering scope for cosmetic improvement. EPC Rating: F The Stocks has been in the same ownership for almost 30 years. Thehouse sits in an elevated position away from the main village road and now offers scope for cosmetic improvement. The property was built in the 1830's and was later renovated and extended using reclaimed stone which has blended in very well with the original house. The accommodation is split over three floors and benefits from many character features including stone tiled flooring, inglenook fireplace, exposed beams and various window seats. Rooms to make note of are the generous sitting room with aspect to three sides and the equally generous master bedroom with en suite. This room enjoys some wonderful views of the local countryside. The remaining accommodation is versatile and well‐proportioned. The Stocks is approached through electric gates and up a gravelled drive and is surrounded by mature gardens including various lawned areas, mature shrubs and borders. A further patch of ground which has been used for growing vegetables and keeping chickens can be found through a small archway in the hedge. The property also benefits from plenty of garaging and off road parking.

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Loxley Road, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 United Kingdom

£1,250,000 A beautifully presented family home in prime residential location An immaculately presented family property, built in 2007 and finished to an extremely high standard. Situated in one of Stratford's prime residential roads with gardens backing onto Stratford Golf Course. EPC rating: C Designed by local architect Simon Marson with well proportioned accommodation and modern craftsmanship. Features throughout include a bespoke oak staircase, individually designed architraves and coving, high quality flooring and Forbes & Lomax light fittings. Large reception hall with Parquet flooring and galleried landing. Dining room, drawing room with Jamb fireplace and marble surround with bespoke fitted bookcases. Bespoke Mark Wilkinson cherry wood study. Beautiful Amdega conservatory with pinoleum blinds and Jerusalem limestone flooring; under floor heating, temperature controlled and automatic vents; French doors to the rear terrace. Fantastic open plan kitchen/breakfast room designed by Martin Moor, with bespoke hand painted units and black granite work surfaces; Aga, integrated Miele appliances and under floor heating. Martin Moore utility room with under floor heating and space for appliances. Basement with wine cellar with racking. Beautiful first floor galleried landing. Dual aspect master bedroom enjoying views, dressing room and en suite with large Chartley shower, Drummonds cast iron roll top bath and sanitary ware. 3 Further double bedrooms, all en suite with Villeroy and Boch sanitary ware. Large loft space which could create further bedrooms, subject to planning. Beautiful landscaped gardens with heated 'Breeze House' summer house and irrigation watering system. Gateway leading out onto Stratford Golf Course. Garage.

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Church Lane, Welford on Avon, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 United Kingdom

£1,095,000 A substantial detached family house with separate studio A beautifully appointed detached family house in a peaceful location in this sought after village with garage/studio, gardens and gated parking, situated along a quiet lane in the heart of the village. EPC rating: D Barton House offers excellent, well balanced accommodation ideal for a family with versatile living and entertaining spaces which open out onto the private landscaped gardens. A canopy porch opens into the welcoming reception hall. Well-proportioned drawing room having French doors to the terrace, window to the front and fireplace with log burning stove. Study with window to the rear and guest cloakroom. Contemporary open plan kitchen/breakfast room having a range of units with stunning red granite work tops and integrated appliances. French doors leading out to the terrace, double doors to the sitting room/play room beyond and access to the utility room. Separate dining room having a fireplace and window to the front. Master bedroom suite having a dual aspect offering stunning views across the garden and countryside beyond. Dressing room with fitted wardrobes and door through to the luxurious en suite shower room. four further bedrooms all with fitted wardrobes and a separate family bathroom Detached double garage/party barn opposite the property currently used as a studio/home office and generous parking area to the front. Beautiful landscaped gardens with terrace. Raised decked terrace to the far corner which adjoins open fields. Irrigation system for the lawn and borders.

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John Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 United Kingdom

£525,000 A handsome double fronted 4 bedroom Georgian townhouse Situated in the heart of Stratford upon Avon this attractive mid terrace townhouse would benefit from sympathetic updating throughout and could be reconfigured and extended (subject to planning) to create a wonderful home in the centre of town. The property has retained many of its original features including flagstone floors, cornicing, sash windows and original doors. Reception hall with stone tiled flooring and feature fireplace. Door leading into the breakfast room and garden beyond. Sitting room having a sash window to the front, door to the hall and feature fireplace. Breakfast room with useful store/pantry. Views to the garden with a door opening on to the terrace. There is potential to extend into the garden to create a large kitchen/breakfast room, subject to planning. Kitchen with fitted units and integrated appliances. Guest cloakroom with shower. Separate utility area with plumbing for a washing machine. Staircase leading to the first floor with study “cove” at the top of the stairs. Two double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and a family bathroom. To the second floor there is two further double bedrooms but there is scope, subject to planning, to create a master suite. Private rear garden with a lawn, well stock herbaceous borders and a south east facing terrace. There is a greenhouse and summer house at the end of the garden. Workshop and separate garden store.

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Buckley Green, Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire, B95 United Kingdom

£1,385,000 A beautiful individual country home with land Superbly refurbished and enhanced, offering an abundance of contemporary, spacious accommodation nestled within very private, attractive grounds and gardens extending to just over 3 acres. EPC rating: D The property dates back to the early 1900s but has been significantly extended and altered over the years providing a beautiful family home nestled in this superb location. Approached through electrically operated gates via a long private tree-lined driveway. The property has several spacious reception rooms including a good sized elegant lounge with a beautiful feature fireplace, formal dining room with original farm house tiled flooring, open plan kitchen and living space, featuring a bespoke handmade English revival kitchen with flag stone flooring and a four oven Aga. There is also an impressive library and reading room and a dual aspect study. To the first floor there is a triple aspect master bedroom suite with walk-in wardrobe and en suite bathroom. Three further double bedrooms, two of which are en suite and a family bathroom. In addition there is a guest suite, currently used as a games room, with en suite bathroom and walk in wardrobe. This is a beautiful refurbished family house, offering well-presented contemporary accommodation nestled within a lovely private setting. There are attractive gardens with a variety of mature trees, mainly laid to lawn with herbaceous borders and an attractive natural pond. There is also a large brick built workshop providing ample space for storing garden tools and machinery, as well as the triple garage.

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Main Street, Birdingbury, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV23 United Kingdom

£695,000 A fine Georgian house with contemporary interior A handsome detached farmhouse which has been beautifully renovated to provide modern, versatile, contemporary accommodation, situated in the centre of this sought after village. EPC: D The large windows and well proportioned rooms have good ceiling heights and provide bright, well balanced accommodation, with principal reception rooms being dual aspect. The property has high quality kitchen and bathroom fittings, tiling, exposed timbers and French doors from the dining room and study opening onto the south facing garden. The reception hall with flagstone floor and cloakroom off gives access to the principal reception rooms. Drawing room with dressed stone fireplace, shelving and pine boarded floor. Sitting room with oak floor & cast iron fireplace. Study/family room with French doors opening onto the garden. Well fitted kitchen/breakfast room with a slate floor, maple cupboards and granite worktops; double Rayburn set within the chimney breast, ample storage including a pantry. Smeg range cooker, extractor hood and twin sinks. Vaulted dining room with French doors to the garden, slate floor and exposed purlin timbers. Lobby, utility room and access to the garage with mezzanine storage above. Cellar with brick thrawls. First floor master bedroom with built-in cupboards, dressing room and stylish en suite shower room. Two further double bedrooms, one with cast iron fireplace. Second floor with two further double bedroom and access to large attic storage. The property is well raised above the village street with walls to the garden boundaries. The gardens are principally lawned and have a secluded south facing patio. Vegetable and herb garden.

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Sutton Under Brailes, Banbury, Oxfordshire/, Warwickshire Border, OX15 United Kingdom

£475,000 3 bedroom attractive Cotswold stone cottage for sale Stone Cottage is a beautiful example of a double fronted Cotswold stone cottage combining modern living with many characterful features situated on the Oxfordshire/Warwickshire border, within the attractive countryside on the edge of the Cotswolds. EPC Rating: E Stone Cottage works well either as a primary residence or weekend cottage. The current owners regularly commute to work in London. Stone Cottage has undergone extensive renovation and development by the current vendors and provides beautifully presented accommodation which will appeal to a number of buyers. This double fronted period cottage offers many characterful features combined with a light and tasteful finish. The living accommodation is generous with three well‐proportioned reception rooms, two of which have feature fireplaces. The family room which leads through to the kitchen/breakfast room is the focal point in the house with a modern and light kitchen with doors leading out into the walled garden. The cottage offers three bedrooms, a large master bedroom with ensuite, two further bedrooms and family bathroom with access on to a fantastic south facing roof terrace with views over the adjoining countryside. The property enjoys a walled cottage garden which is mainly laid to lawn with access to the front of the property.

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Moors Lane, Feckenham, Redditch, Worcestershire, B96 United Kingdom

£1,350,000 House, land 6.93 acres, Old Mill with planning, stables & outbuildings Situated in a stunning rural position, on the edge of the village of Feckenham with breath-taking countryside views. There are a range of outbuildings and consent for conversion of the old mill and barns to a single residential dwelling. A plan of the whole can be found with the photographs. Bean Hall sits in an elevated and unique position on a site of medieval origins. The current owners have significantly extended and renovated the property creating a fine country house of wonderful proportions. The sympathetic renovation has resulted in a highly individual and contemporary finish through the use of new, reclaimed and restored materials. From all the principle rooms, spectacular far reaching countryside views are enjoyed. The private drive meanders through fields and leads to Bean Hall driveway, which sweeps past well-manicured lawns up to the front of the house where gravel parking allows for several cars. The grounds wrap around in a ‘L’ shape to the northern paddock known as ‘House Orchard’. There is an expired planning permission to dismantle some barns and relocate them on ‘House Orchard’ to provide two buildings for the use of home office, garaging, games and hobby room. Further details are available from the agent. There is further land and a range of outbuildings including an old mill building and barns, a large storage barn, 4 stables, a two storey brick barn and various storage outbuildings. The owners have obtained prior approval consent for change of use of the old mill building & barns to a dwelling house. Further details are available from the agent. The property is subject to the appropriate rights of way, either public or private, way leaves, easements and other rights of way, whether these are specifically referred to or not.

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London Road, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 United Kingdom

£1,000,000 Detached 4 bedroom house with a 3 bedroom ancillary accommodation for sale Heath Farm is a characterful and imaginative conversion of a Grade II Listed Cotswold stone barn and associated buildings, which provides a light and spacious home and extensive ancillary accommodation and comes with 2.64 acres. Heath Farm dates back to the early 18th century. The main barn was converted in 2003 and its outbuildings were converted in 2006 and 2013. The main house offers flexible family living set over three floors with a feeling of light and space due to the open plan living and large glazed windows. At the heart of the property is the kitchen/breakfast/family room, ideal for every-day living. The kitchen is equipped with an oil-fired 2 oven Aga, Aga Companion with halogen hob and granite and oak work surfaces. There is a separate and spacious dining room, hall with double height ceiling and stone flooring, study, reception room and sitting room with vaulted ceiling. Woodburning stoves are located in the family room, reception room and dining room. The sitting room and adjacent shower room on the ground floor could make the perfect self-contained ground floor unit. On the first floor are two bedroom suites, one with a bath and a shower and the other with a shower, two further bedrooms and a family shower room. The bedrooms incorporate vaulted ceilings, feature windows and built-in wardrobes and cupboards. There are stairs leading up to the dressing room/bedroom 5/hobbies room, which is currently fitted with built-in wardrobes and storage, with stairs from here leading up to an extensive, carpeted attic space. The ancillary accommodation offers two recently modernised en-suite bedrooms. Additionally there is a gymnasium/office and spiral staircase leading to a further bedroom with shower room. French doors open up from many of the living rooms onto the courtyard. There is a large terrace overlooking the attractive gardens with herbaceous borders, pergolas and a variety of young shrubs and trees. The extended garden offers a separate vehicular access and is enclosed by post and rails. There are a variety of young fruit trees and planning permission for an agricultural barn. There is a further post and railed paddock, shed and vegetable garden.

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