Cotswold dream homes
PUBLISHED: 15:18 29 January 2020 | UPDATED: 15:18 29 January 2020
We look through the keyhole of some of the Cotswolds' most luxurious houses on the property market
- Beautiful Bisley - An extremely stylish barn conversion on the edge of the village
What: West Tythe Barn forms the main part of an 18th-century barn, once part of Rectory Farm. The tythe barn and surrounding farm buildings were converted into private dwellings in the 1980s.
Where: Bisley, Gloucestershire.
Inside: Immaculately presented throughout, highlighting the original features with a fresh and contemporary twist, losing none of its character. The galleried hall is impressive and, combined with the large drawing room with French doors to the garden, this makes an excellent entertaining space. All five bedrooms have their own individual charm and plenty of storage space.
Outside: The delightful garden is very private, being completely enclosed. The large west-facing terrace catches the evening sun. There is a vaulted room above the garage, with a separate shower room and entrance: a useful home office or teenage retreat.
How much: Guide price of £935,000.
Find out more: Call Jackson-Stops, Cirencester on 01285 653334
- Down on the farm - A mini farm complex with plenty of scope for improvement
What: Drews Farm is an attractive seven-bedroom detached period house situated grounds of some 6.7 acres, with far-reaching countryside views, numerous outbuildings, annexe and equestrian facilities.
Where: Highleadon, Newent, Gloucestershire.
Inside: The main house has been extended and offers around 4,300 square feet. The living space is arranged over four floors with three reception rooms and kitchen/breakfast room on the ground floor, four bedrooms on the first floor and a further two bedrooms on the second floor. The one-bedroom annexe forms part of the main house on the ground and lower ground floors.
Outside: The outbuildings consist of an oak four-bay parking barn; The Old Dairy which is a two-storey brick building currently used an office/ workshop, former cattle sheds, two large American barns, four stables with hay store and twelve former old piggeries. There is a 20m x 40m arena on the northern fringe of the grounds. Around 4 acres of the land is sectioned with post and rail fencing into five paddocks. Formal gardens border the main house and enjoy far-reaching views
How much: Guide price of £1.25 million.
Find out more: Call Adam Lock at Hamptons on 0207 288 6909.
- Fabulous in Filkins - A beautifully presented Grade II Listed house dating back to 1741
What: The Post House is a recently restored five-bedroom grade II listed detached house with the potential for flexible annex accommodation. No onward chain.
Where: Filkins, near Lechlade, Gloucestershire.
Inside: The house comprises a drawing/dining room, kitchen, utility room, shower room and sitting room on the ground floor, whilst upstairs there is the master bedroom with en suite bathroom, two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The stable conversion features a breakfast/garden room, snug/office and shower room on the ground floor, whilst upstairs are two double bedrooms.
Outside: There is garden to the front of the property, which also provides ample off-road parking. The principal garden is to the side of the property, which enjoys a secluded west-facing aspect.
How much: Guide price of £1.1 million.
Find out more: Call Tayler & Fletcher on 01993 220579.