Cotswold dream homes
PUBLISHED: 16:41 18 October 2017 | UPDATED: 16:41 18 October 2017
We look through the keyhole of some of the Cotswolds’ most luxurious houses on the property market
A stunning and recently renovated listed property in a peaceful setting
What: 2 Lowerfield is an immaculate Grade II Listed four-bedroom property in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Where: Ampney St Mary, Gloucestershire.
Inside: Believed to date from late 17th and early 18th century, the property is one of a pair of houses in attractive open countryside. The semi-detached house was completely renovated and extended a few years ago to a very high standard whilst retaining original features. Accommodation includes a drawing room, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, snug, cloakroom, utility room, master bedroom with en suite bathroom, three further bedrooms and two further bathrooms.
Outside: The landscaped garden lies to the front, side and rear of the property and enjoys views over the property’s paddock and the adjoining farmland.
How much: Guide price of £895,000.
Find out more...Call Jackson-Stops on 01285 653334.
A gracious and beautifully presented former rectory on the edge of the village of Elmley Castle
What: Church House is set in over 11 acres and dates from the late 19th century.
Where: Elmley Castle, Pershore, Worcestershire.
Inside: In the last ten years the property has undergone a significant refurbishment which included taking off a later addition and rebuilding a wing which provides the superb family kitchen/living area with a glazed garden room. In typical Victorian style, the property has generous ceiling heights, sash windows, deep skirting boards and many other traditional features. Accommodation includes six bedrooms, four reception rooms, and five bath/shower rooms.
Outside: There are excellent equestrian facilities which include two three-bay stable blocks, hay barn, seven paddocks and a Charles Britton manège with good access to the paddocks and turn outs.
How much: Guide price of £2.45 million.
Find out more...Contact Savills on 01242 548000.
A very pretty Listed farmhouse, on the edge of the village and enjoying open rural views
What: Mill Farmhouse is situated on the edge of the village, enjoying unspoilt southerly views over the adjoining countryside. This traditional Cotswold house dates originally from the mid-17th century and is Listed Grade II.
Where: Ewen, Cirencester, Gloucestershire.
Inside: Accommodation includes entrance hall, dining hall, drawing room, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom, four bedrooms, dressing room and two bathrooms. The annexe features a kitchen, sitting/dining room, bedroom and en suite bathroom.
Outside: Outbuildings, gardens and paddock. In all, about 1.3 acres.
How much: £1.5 million.
Find out more...Contact Strutt & Parker on 01285 627680.