Cotswold dream homes
PUBLISHED: 11:29 11 September 2018
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We look through the keyhole of some of the Cotswolds’ most luxurious houses on the property market
The view from the tower
An idyllic Cotswold retreat, situated in a unique and exclusive rural location, close to Stow-on-the-Wold
What: The Tower House is a wing of Netherswell Manor, built in the early 20th century in a 17th-century Renaissance style.
Where: Netherswell, Gloucestershire.
Inside: Netherswell Manor was divided into three properties in 1999. Accommodation includes a grand welcoming hallway with a period roof light; impressive drawing room with wood-burner and large mullion window overlooking the private courtyard and formal gardens beyond; beautifully fitted kitchen/dining room; sitting room; cloakroom, boot room and a large utility room. The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and dressing room, and there are three further bedrooms and two bathrooms. Stairs rise to a commanding study with fabulous far-reaching views in the top of the castellated tower.
Outside: Netherswell Manor is approached over a long, private drive with electric wrought iron gates. There is a beautifully landscaped private courtyard garden, an additional private garden, and further communal gardens which in all extend to about 10 acres. There is a single garage with boarded storage above and a parking space; further parking for visitors is available.
How much: Guide price of £1.25 million.
Find out more: Call Hayman-Joyce on 01608 651188
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A period Cotswold stone house with breathtaking views
What: Locks Cottage is a charming period Cotswold house in a truly outstanding setting, with breathtaking views.
Where: Painswick, Stroud, Gloucestershire.
Inside: This pretty period house is built in the vernacular style of Cotswold stone. It retains a variety of period features and has something of an Arts and Crafts feel internally, with elm boarded doors and cupboards, in addition to flagstone floors, beamed ceilings and stone fireplaces. Accommodation comprises sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, five bedrooms, two bath/shower rooms.
Outside: The property is approached via a right of way down a long, private driveway that leads through fields and woods to the house. There is a gravelled parking area in front of the garage, and a carport. In all about 1.33 acres.
How much: Price guide of £1 million.
Find out more: Contact Strutt & Parker on 01285 653101.
A charming and immaculate three bedroom cottage within walking distance of Cirencester town centre
What: Lavender Cottage, in highly sought after Albion Street, has recently been completely and beautifully renovated. The property retains a wealth of interesting original features and is in immaculate order.
Where: Cirencester, Gloucestershire.
Inside: The downstairs is open-plan, offering a wonderful sitting room with large fireplace, which leads to the dining area and bright kitchen space overlooking the garden. There are three double bedrooms and many delightful nooks and crannies, all adding to the charm of this lovely home.
Outside: The property benefits from a south-facing garden, and there is a private parking area for two cars.
How much: The guide price is £495,000.
Find out more: Contact Jackson-Stops on 01285 653334.