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Broad Campden - £1.65 million

PUBLISHED: 15:39 17 December 2012 | UPDATED: 22:30 20 February 2013

Broad Campden - £1.65 million

Broad Campden - £1.65 million

Grade II listed village house currently operating as a successful B & B, ancillary accommodation and beautiful gardens

The Malt House,
Broad Campden


Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6UU


Grade II listed village house currently operating as a successful B & B, ancillary accommodation and beautiful gardens



  • 3 reception rooms

  • 5 bedrooms, 2 attic rooms

  • 6 bath/shower rooms

  • ancillary accommodation

  • summer house, greenhouse

  • in all about 2.6 acres

  • currently running as B&B


The Malt House is centrally located in a conservation area of the village and is Grade II Listed as being of historical and architectural interest. Believed to date back to 17th century the property is constructed of honey coloured Cotswold stone, with some brick render, below a Cotswold stone roof. The property has evolved over its history.
Tastefully and well maintained by the current owner, the property today successfully combines a wealth of period features with contemporary comforts. Features include exposed timbers, window seats, some mullion lead light windows and fireplaces. The versatile accommodation with attractive reception rooms, formal reception hall, separate boot room entrance and first and second floor bedrooms and bathrooms lends itself perfectly for entertaining and family living.
Annexe/Guest Accommodation: Attached to the main house, but with a separate entrance is the annexe, currently comprising of sitting room, bedroom & shower room and 2 further separate bedroom suites. The annexe offers scope for use as independent cottage and/or studio, home office, subject to relevant consents.
Gardens, grounds and outbuildings: Ample off-road parking to the side of the property. Wrought iron pedestrian gate and flag stone path leading to the house with its south and east facing terraces. Landscaped gardens are part walled with well stocked herbaceous borders. Thatched summer house and separate terrace provide back drop to the croquet lawn. A small stream runs through part of the grounds separating the gardens from the orchard. Delightful kitchen gardens with greenhouse / potting shed and separate garden store / tool shed. To the east of the grounds beyond the stream is the orchard which offers scope to be used as small paddock for family pony, chickens etc.


Guide price: 1.65 million


Savills Banbury, South Bar, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX16 9AE, tel: 01295 228 000, http://search.savills.com/property-detail/gbbarsbas120193

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