Cotswold dream homes for sale this month
PUBLISHED: 12:10 23 November 2020 | UPDATED: 12:10 23 November 2020
We look through the keyhole of some of the Cotswolds’ most luxurious houses on the property market
• Work-life balance at home
A detached country home with an annex/home office within a short drive of Cheltenham’s town centre
What: Evington House is an exquisite and extensively refurbished family home with five bedrooms and two-bedroom annex. It provides a great opportunity to create a home office, or to supplement an income. Inside the house is equally beautiful, full of fine period features which have been sensitively restored with a contemporary approach, ideal for modern family life.
Where: Near Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
Inside: Accommodation includes three reception rooms, kitchen/dining/family room with utility/boot room and pantry, two bedrooms with en suites, plus a further three double bedrooms, and family bathroom. The Tudor annex has two bedrooms – one with en suite – and a separate bathroom. Ideal for ancillary use or to work from home.
Outside: Nestled within its own plot and gardens of around one acre, the property sits adjacent to a nature reserve and open fields, ideal for walking and riding yet a short commute of Cheltenham centre. The property also has a double garage and workshop.
How much: £1.25 million.
Find out more:
Call Kingsley Evans on 01242 222292.
• Staying in Stanton
A perfectly-formed compact Cotswold estate with land and stabling in an idyllic part of the North Cotswolds
What: Stanton Fields House is a beautiful Grade II listed home, rich and diverse in outside space, including an orchard and woodland. Set on the fringes of Stanton, it is among one of the North Cotswolds’ prettiest and most sought-after villages, defined by its golden stone and rolling rural landscapes, just three miles from Broadway.
Where: Stanton, Gloucestershire.
Inside: The property has been sympathetically restored to create an elegant and inviting space, rich in natural light and retaining a wealth of period features, including the original staircase, exposed beams and open fireplaces. A functional home for the whole family, versatile accommodation is arranged over three floors, including a playroom and home office, while two bedrooms, a bathroom and separate sitting room make for a perfect children’s floor or guest suite on the second level.
Outside: Enveloped by open countryside and its own grounds, the house is complete with equestrian facilities, swimming pool, tennis court and double garage.
How much: Guide price of £2.5 million.
Find out more: Call Savills on 01451 832832.
• Beautiful Broad Campden
A handsome five-bedroom home in a lovely rural setting
What: Oldstones is a good-sized, recently refurbished family house quietly situated at the end of a no-through road.
Where: Broad Campden, Gloucestershire.
Inside: The property is a substantial five-bedroom Cotswold house with a stunning outlook and a double garage. It has a wonderful view over its mature terraced gardens. Over recent years the property has been refurbished and remodelled resulting in a light and spacious house with planning permission for a two-storey extension to the side of the property.
Outside: The garden is a particular feature, extending to over half an acre (0.247 ha). There are two summer houses, a wealth of mature ornamental trees and a variety of well-stocked herbaceous borders plus fish pond.
How much: £1.5 million.
Find out more: Contact Jackson-Stops on 01386 840224.