Cotswold dream homes for sale this month
PUBLISHED: 09:49 29 June 2020 | UPDATED: 09:56 29 June 2020
We look through the keyhole of some of the Cotswolds’ most luxurious houses on the property market
A new development of stunning properties in Charlton Kings
Where: Ham, Charlton Kings, Gloucestershire.
What: Glenfall Stables is an exclusive new development of four properties, situated on the old Glenfall Stables site in Ham, Charlton Kings.
Inside: The development has been completely rejuvenated over the last two years and now boasts four detached, bespoke homes all with a unique character and style. The two-storey Dutch Barn features four bedrooms, industrial styling, with an emphasis on open-plan living, while The Stables is a single-storey property arranged around a central courtyard, with three bedrooms. All four homes provide excellent levels of energy efficiency and are covered by a 10-year warranty.
Outside: Both properties feature garden, garage and parking.
How much: The Dutch Barn is offered to the market at £1.45 million, and The Stables has a guide price of £1.275 million.
Find out more: Call Hamptons International on 01242 222909. View this property online.
An impressive Cheltenham town house with a countryside feel
Where: Christchurch, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
What: Cranford is a beautiful detached three-storey Victorian villa set within a private plot, featuring one of the most magnificent gardens of any home this close to Cheltenham’s fashionable centre.
Inside: The property has great character and charm, enhanced by tall sash windows, high ceilings and a wonderfully light atmosphere. The three principal reception rooms create a wonderful space directly overlooking the gardens and combine to create a space that flows. The bedrooms, six in total, are positioned over the first and second floors of this substantial house.
Outside: Particularly private, the gardens are long established and well-stocked with mature trees and shrubs. While rose bushes and wisteria grace the walled garden, damson, pear and apple trees create a charming orchard through the pretty iron gates. Both sections of the garden form a wonderful expanse of lawn.
How much: On the market for £1.695 million.
Find out more: Call Kingsley Evans on 01242 222292. View this property online.
A charming village house in Bourton-on-the-Water
Where: Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire.
What: Lincroft House is a delightful Grade II listed former farmhouse, dating from the early 1700s, in a quiet and secluded position, yet only a short distance from the centre of the village.
Inside: The property features high ceilings, stone mullion windows, stone flag floors, beamed ceilings and stone fireplaces. Accommodation includes hallway, grand drawing room, kitchen/family room with dining, sitting and kitchen areas, farmhouse-style kitchen with Aga, snug, study, cloakroom and utility room. Upstairs is a master bedroom suite, with dressing room and en suite bathroom. There are four further double bedrooms, three of which are en suite, plus a family bathroom.
Outside: Impressive adjoining stone barn; beautiful formal gardens with ponds, lawns and shrub borders; outhouse, Cotswold stone walling and gardener’s loo. In all about 1.6 acres.
How much: Guide price of £1.5 million.
Find out more: Call Hayman-Joyce on 01608 651188. View this property online.