Cotswold dream homes
PUBLISHED: 11:45 02 August 2018 | UPDATED: 11:45 02 August 2018
We look through the keyhole of some of the Cotswolds’ most luxurious houses on the property market
Hope and glory
A Cotswold stone family home with adjacent cottage in Wyck Rissington
What: An impressive four-bedroom Cotswold stone family house surrounded by a beautiful, well-established gardens and with an adjacent two-bedroom cottage, plus parking and large garage
Where: Wyck Rissington, Gloucestershire
Inside: Hope Lodge comprises; three reception rooms, well-appointed kitchen/breakfast room, David Salisbury wooden conservatory, four bedrooms and two en-suites. Hope Cottage includes sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, downstairs shower room, utility room, two double bedrooms and a separate bathroom.
Outside: Hope Lodge has a gravelled driveway, large garage, log store, parking for several cars, landscaped gardens, various terraced seating areas, greenhouse and kitchen garden. Hope Cottage has a mature garden and driveway parking. Both houses overlooking common land and views.
How much: Guide Price of £1,895,000
Find out more: Contact Penny & Sinclair on 01993 220555
Move into the mill
A charming former flour mill with equestrian facilities
What: A Grade II listed former flour mill dating to around the late 16th century complimented by a large separately listed timber-framed barn and equestrian facilities.
Where: Upton St Leonards, Gloucester
Inside: In total, the house extends to around 4,145 square feet and is arranged over three floors. The property has been under the same ownership for the past 50 years and, whilst both the house and grounds are beautifully maintained, it would benefit from some updating.
Internally, the property retains a selection of charming period features that include fascinating original mill workings encased behind a glazed wall, exposed stone and beams, flagstones, bread ovens and fireplaces.
Outside: The house enjoys a private and peaceful position set back from the lane with gardens on all sides, the mill brook having been routed away from the house and still being a charming feature. Separately Grade II listed, the barn boasts an impressive full height timber frame internally and is clad with wooden boards externally. A large steel-framed indoor riding arena and a manège accompany three purpose-built stables in addition to those in the barn. The gardens and grounds extend to around 4.34 acres.
How much: Guide price £1.175 million.
Find our more: Call Knight Frank, Cheltenham, on 01242 354706 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
An immaculate Regency end of terrace townhouse in Cheltenham
What: Imperial House is a Grade II* listed Regency end of terrace townhouse, built in circa 1826. The property has been immaculately renovated to provide a stylish and versatile living space, and has potential as a B&B, gallery or work from home premises.
Where: Imperial Square, one of Cheltenham’s finest garden squares, in the heart of the town.
Inside: Light and spacious accommodation, arranged over five floors, comprising five bedrooms, two kitchens, two living rooms and an open plan dining room.
Outside: In addition to the rear courtyard garden, the property benefits from a large parking area, providing spaces for up to five cars.
How much: Offers in excess of £1.5 million.
Find out more: Call Chris Jarrett at Savills on +44 (0) 1242 548 000.