Cotswold dream homes
PUBLISHED: 13:30 23 August 2019 | UPDATED: 13:30 23 August 2019
We look through the keyhole of some of the Cotswolds' most luxurious houses on the property market
The Maltings, Kingscote
A four-bedroom house with separate cottage set high on the edge of a hidden valley
What: The Maltings is a four-bedroom house with separate two-bedroom cottage, perched on the lip of a hidden Cotswold valley.
Where: Kingscote, near Tetbury, Gloucestershire.
Inside: Conveniently located near Tetbury, the property has been sympathetically extended with three reception rooms, four double bedrooms (two en suite), dressed stone cellar, and a spectacular large kitchen at its core featuring bi-fold doors which allow the panoramic views to be enjoyed to the full.
Outside: At the head of the garden is a separate two-bedroom cottage, carefully designed so as not to impinge on the privacy of the house (which has proved extremely popular for holiday lets) and a large wooden workshop.
How much: Price guide of £1.25 million.
Find out more: Contact Murrays on 01453 886334.
Jenkins Farmhouse, between Painswick and Edge
An interesting and hugely stylish home with glorious views
What: Jenkins Farmhouse is a six-bedroom home set within approximately four acres.
Where: Located between the Cotswold village of Painswick, known as 'The Queen of the Cotswolds', and the village of Edge - in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Inside: The Grade II listed property is set in a wonderful situation overlooking the valley, with a stylishly designed interior. Once separate cottages, the whole has recently been unified and extended in a sympathetic mix of old and contemporary.
Outside: Jenkins Farmhouse is set within approximately four acres. There is a fabulous oak summerhouse and deck area - with barbeque pit and lighting - overlooking the grounds and the valley beyond. To the rear of the house are two terraced areas and a more formal garden. There are electric gates to the driveway which leads to a parking area and four garages - with a one-bedroom annexe over.
How much: Guide price of £2.25 million.
A traditional Cotswold Barn near Cheltenham
A traditional Cotswold barn conversion set on the edge of the village of Shipton Oliffe, with far-reaching countryside views
What: A rare opportunity to acquire a spacious family house together with a superb, detached cottage with an established, ongoing holiday let business.
Where: Shipton Oliffe, near Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
Inside: Converted from a traditional Cotswold barn, the main house offers light and bright accommodation with four double bedrooms and three reception rooms overlooking the gardens. The contemporary cottage, which is beautifully presented, has two double bedrooms, an open-plan kitchen/living room and separate sitting room.
Outside: Standing in mature gardens and grounds amounting to 0.75 acres with a glorious outlook and countryside views. Terraces for summer entertaining, and ample parking.
How much: £1.25 million.
Find out more: Contact Butler Sherborn on 01451 830731.