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3 Bedroom Apartment For Sale In The Mansion, Northwick Park, Blockley, Gloucestershire, Gl56
3 bedroom apartment for sale in The Mansion, Northwick Park, Blockley, Gloucestershire, GL56 17 11250000Pritchard & Company, Stratford upon Avonrightmove
AN EXCEPTIONAL SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT WITH LIFT IN AN HISTORIC COUNTRY HOUSE WITH ELEVATED PARKLAND VIEWS

5 The Mansion is approached through the grand reception room of the main house, The hall by Lord Burlington with marble floor, Inigo Jones style ceiling and a fine pedimented Corinthian doorcase leading to a circular inner hall featuring a fine cantilevered staircase by John Woolfe. The impressive full height gallery landing gives access to the private entrance of apartment No 5. In addition there is a useful secondary staircase with passenger lift.

The arrangement and measurements of the rooms can be seen on the accompanying floorplans. Briefly the split level accommodation comprises:

• Attractive entrance lobby
• Magnificent double aspect drawing room housed in one of the distinctive bays on the south elevation provides substantial and impressive accommodation with open fire and carved pine chimney piece
• Substantial dining room forming part of the main façade of the house well suited to formal entertaining, again with open fire and built in antique mahogany china cupboard. Window with direct access onto a decked gallery providing valuable outside space with views
• Well appointed kitchen/breakfast room with a comprehensive range of Shaker style cupboards and drawers, polished granite work surfaces, traditional ceramic sink and extensive integrated appliances to include Electrolux twin dishwashers, single oven, steam oven, extractor, coffee maker and wine chiller, a Fisher & Paykel gas range cooker, and Samsung American style fridge/freezer with ice maker. Built in breakfast bar ideal for informal dining. In addition there is a utility cupboard with plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer and a separate housekeeping cupboard with boiler
• A rear hall with useful guest cloakroom provides access to the north wing of the apartment and in particular the bedroom and bathroom accommodation
• Spacious double aspect master bedroom with pretty aspects of the clock tower forming part of Burlington Court, dressing area and en suite bathroom. Two further charming double bedrooms each with their own distinctive style
• Luxurious family bathroom with separate shower and twin pedestal wash hand basins, part panelled walls and separate airing cupboard

The apartment has deep sash windows, some with window seats, decorative cornicing, polished floorboards to some rooms, deep skirtings and architraves, traditional style radiators as well as delightful balanced proportions with many of the rooms having views across the English parkland. In addition the property benefits from substantial secure cellarage and an excellent double en bloc garage within the grounds.

The property has particular appeal to international buyers as well as those looking for a Cotswold retreat in a managed setting with the benefit of 24 hour security.

SITUATION

Northwick Park is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the heart of the North Cotswolds. It lies just one and a half miles from the attractive village of Blockley, one of the largest villages in the North Cotswolds nestling in a deep valley along Blockley Brook.

The village boasts a prosperous history thanks to a series of silk mills and now a large part of the village, including several Georgian terraces, is under a Conservation Area to preserve its heritage. It is a charming and popular residential village with a country town character and important facilities such as a Post Office, village shop and café, a primary school, two public houses and three village halls.

More extensive facilities are available in the towns of Chipping Campden and Moreton in Marsh. Cirencester, Stratford upon Avon and Cheltenham provide additional cultural and recreational amenities.

NORTHWICK PARK
The splendid Northwick Park Jacobean mansion is approached by a long drive and forms part of the original Estate of Sir James Rushout, Member of Parliament for Evesham from 1661, and his descendants, Lord and Lady Northwick and most recently the Spencer-Churchills. The Grade I Listed Mansion was built in 1686 in the fine honey coloured Ashlar stone, typical of prime Cotswold mansions.

The Mansion is reputed to have hosted a visit by Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton and became the home of Sir Winston Churchill’s cousin, the late Edward Spencer Churchill. An additional wing was later added to house his famous extensive art collection. It is thought that Sir Winston Churchill was a frequent visitor to his cousin and it is believed that important D-Day planning sessions were held here with US General Patton.

The house and surrounding buildings underwent considerable restoration in 1989 when the house was converted to six beautifully proportioned apartments built under the vernacular style. In addition to the conversion of The Mansion various other buildings which form part of the historic Estate were also converted to individual houses and cottages such as The Orangery, The Coach House, Gallery and Stables. This together with the construction of high quality dwellings has led to the formation of a thriving Cotswold community.

5, The Mansion benefits from the communal facilities of the Northwick Park community including the use of 35 acres of parkland with fine croquet lawn, four all weather tennis courts, outdoor swimming pool with changing facilities and 24 hour security. There is car parking for residents and guests.

Northwick Park has a landscape park laid out by William Emes in the late 18th century.
6 Bedroom Detached House For Sale In St George'S Terrace, Blockley, Gl56
6 bedroom detached house for sale in St George's Terrace, Blockley, GL56 17 12950000Savills, Stow-On-The-Woldrightmove
An exceptional and historic Grade II listed village house.

Description

Rodney’s is an ‘Admiral’s House’, a rarity in landlocked Gloucestershire. Once owned by Admiral Sir Edward Collier KCB, CB, the house is named after HMS Rodney, his last command. Sir Edward was born in Blockley in 1783 and joined the Navy in 1797. He had a long and illustrious naval career and was at the heart of many battles across the globe receiving promotions and medals before becoming Admiral of the Blue in 1862. He retired to Blockley in 1865 becoming a magistrate and Deputy Lieutenant and donating land for a new school and police station.

The house, which was constructed by Sir Edward’s father in the early 19th century, is Grade II listed and is beautifully situated on St George’s Terrace in the heart of Blockley, set back from the road behind railings. The house has a fine ashlar façade with sash windows beneath a hipped tiled roof. Internally there are many period features including ceiling roses, ornate cornicing and fireplaces. Rodney’s provides flexible living accommodation with well-proportioned rooms and high ceilings. Large sash windows with original shutters allow light to flood in. Far reaching views can be enjoyed from many of the rooms.

The accommodation briefly comprises a handsome reception hall with doors leading to the principal reception rooms. The formal dining room is beautifully proportioned with windows to the front and an attractive fireplace housing a wood burning stove. The drawing room and sitting room are equally impressive with wonderful proportions and sash windows. The drawing room has a fireplace with wood burning stove.

The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a comprehensive range of base and wall units and a large island unit. There is ample space for a large table with chairs. A door leads to an inner lobby which provides access to a well-appointed utility room and office. The double garage can be accessed directly from the utility room.

An elegant staircase rises from the reception hall to the first floor landing. The principal bedroom suite comprises a superb bedroom leading to a beautifully appointed bathroom. There are four further excellent bedrooms on the first floor, study, a family bathroom and family shower room. On the second floor is bedroom six with en suite bathroom. The property benefits from an extensive cellar which comprises a very impressive wine cellar, larder and boiler room.
The gardens to the front are generously stocked with shrubs and specimen trees.

A stone terrace lies across the front elevation and is perfect for enjoying the views across the green. Vehicular access is to the side of the property via double gates and along the rear elevation, terminating at the double garage and parking area. The formal rear garden is divided into three terraces with herbaceous borders, mature shrubs, specimen trees and areas of manicured lawn.

Stone steps allow access between the terraces. Tucked away in the far corner is a charming pavilion summerhouse, from which there are far reaching views, with leaded light windows and a pointed shingle roof. The summerhouse has lighting, heating and power points. Red brick paving separates the formal gardens from the productive part which includes a traditional greenhouse with light, heating and power points and a good sized kitchen garden with raised beds. There are impressive views from most parts of the front and back gardens, as well as the house itself.

Location

Blockley is situated within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty between Chipping Campden and Moreton-in-Marsh. A large part of the village is designated as a Conservation Area to protect its rich history. The village has a thriving community enjoying a Post Office, park, village shop and café, primary school, hotel, two public houses, three village halls and a sports and social club. Blockley was voted the best place to live in the south west by the Sunday Times in 2017.

The village lies 3.5 miles from Chipping Campden school (rated ‘Outstanding‘ by Ofsted in 2017). Moreton-in-Marsh (3.5 miles) has a mainline rail station serving Worcester, Oxford and London Paddington. Cirencester, Stratford-upon-Avon and Cheltenham offer an excellent choice of shops, leisure and cultural amenities and schools.

The countryside is designated as a special landscape area and is perfect for walking and riding. There are many historic houses and gardens in the immediate locality.

The Cotswolds’ year is packed with events, ranging from world famous international festivals like Cheltenham Literature Festival or Cheltenham Gold Cup Week to major musical events like the Wilderness Festival, Cornbury Festival or the Big Feastival, as well a jam-packed events calendar featuring music, exhibitions, arts and literature festivals, theatrical productions.

Square Footage: 4,760 sq ft


Acreage: 0.48 Acres

Directions

Upon entering Blockley from the A44, proceed through the village and past the large green which is behind a stone wall. Continue up the hill and the property will be found directly ahead (opposite the green) as the road bears to the right.
2 Bedroom Flat For Sale In Blockley Court, Blockley, Gloucestershire, Gl56
2 bedroom flat for sale in Blockley Court, Blockley, Gloucestershire, GL56 13 1225000Hayman-Joyce Estate Agents, Moreton-In-Marshrightmove
An impressive first-floor lateral apartment in a former 19th Century Silk Mill in the much sought after village of Blockley.

Cotswold stone former Silk Mill with pretty south facing views of the river and communal gardens
This property would make an ideal second home
Entrance hall with original floorboards and doors into the principal rooms
Double length sitting room with windows overlooking the river and communal gardens, fitted cupboards and a large area for a dining room table; painted beams
Spacious kitchen with a range of floor and wall mounted units, electric cooker, dishwasher, washing machine and breakfast bar
Master bedroom with lovely views overlooking the river, built-in cupboard, original fireplace and beams
Bedroom two with built-in cupboards and painted beams
Bathroom with shower over the bath, and tiled flooring
Windows throughout feature removable Magneglaze secondary glazing
EPC band C

SITUATION
Attractive Cotswold village with many period properties
Communally run post office/store/cafe, two public houses, doctor’s surgery, parish church
Good selection of shops and amenities for everyday needs in both Chipping Campden and Moreton-in-Marsh, just 3 miles away
Three Academy status schools, Chipping Campden School, (3 miles) and The Cotswold School (10), both with Ofsted Awards, and the highly popular Blockley Primary School
The award-winning Daylesford Farm Shop is about 10.5 miles away
The Members’ Club, Soho Farmhouse, is about 20.5 miles away
Good train services to London via Oxford from Moreton-in-Marsh (4 miles), the fastest reaching Paddington from 92 minutes

OUTSIDE
Delightful communal gardens with areas of lawn along the river bank with mature trees and shrub borders
There is a parking area with unallocated parking spaces
Park Home For Sale In Draycott Road, Draycott, Moreton-In-Marsh, Gl56
Park home for sale in Draycott Road, Draycott, MORETON-IN-MARSH, GL56 3 10000Barnard Marcus, Hammersmith Auctionsrightmove

SUMMARY
GUIDE PRICE £10,000 - This property will be sold at auction to the best bid (subject to reserve). Auctions are an exciting and the most certain way you can buy. We hold sales every month. If you are buying for your occupation, development or investment we have lots for you to see.


DESCRIPTION
THERE IS AN ANNOUNCEMENT RELATING TO THIS LOT (AS BELOW) THIS HAS ALSO BEEN ADDED TO THE LEGAL PACK.

IF YOU ARE BIDDING YOU ARE DEEMED TO HAVE KNOWLEDGE OF THIS ANNOUNCEMENT TOGETHER WITH ALL OTHER LEGAL DOCUMENTS AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF SALE.

Announcement
Please see the “Announcement” on the Legal Docs.
LOT 145 - PLOT 1, DRAYCOTT ROAD, DRAYCOTT, MORETON ON MARSH, GLOUCESTERSHIRE
The above plot has been sold Plot 4 will be offered in its place which consists of 0.1904 acres

LOT 146 – PLOT 2, DRAYCOTT ROAD, DRAYCOTT, MORETON ON MARSH, GLOUCESTER
The above plot has been sold Plot 5 will be offered in its place which consists of 0.2283 acres.

TO BE SOLD AS INDIVIDUAL LOTS
Three Freehold Parcels of Land
Opposite Draycott Business centre
Near Residential Dwellings
Full Vacant Possession.

Location:
These plots lie on the north side of Draycott Road at its junction with Northcut Lane and opposite Draycott Business centre, a development of varying types of business units, whilst there is residential dwellings to the east. Draycott lies centrally between the A44 to the West and the A429 to the east, with the centre of Moreton-in-marsh lying to the south. The commercial centres of Cheltenham and Gloucester lie to the west as does the M5 motorway, further improving transport links to this area.

Description;
Until recently the land has been utilised as grazing with each plot now offering buyers a good sized parcel of land which is sold on an unconditional basis. The land fronts to Draycott Road with the seller providing access via a right of way however it is considered likely that buyers will ( subject to necessary consents ) wish to create their own access directly to the highway. Sold on an unconditional basis without any current planning save for its existing established use, buyers may wish to consider a range of alternative uses or even development given not only the lands proximity to the commercial buildings within Draycott Business centre but also residential dwellings to the east. Buyers are however deemed to have relied upon their own enquiries as to development proposals and prospective for this.

Lot 146 - Plot 2 - 0.17 Acre

To view:
This is open land and purchasers are invited to view at their leisure, no appointment is required. Please see important notice for viewers within the main auction catalogue .





Important Notice:
For each Lot, a contract documentation fee of £1,150 (inclusive of VAT) is payable to Barnard Marcus Auctions by the buyer. The seller may charge additional fees payable upon completion. If applicable, such fees are detailed within the Special Conditions of Sale. Buyers are deemed to bid in full knowledge of this.

The Guide Price quoted must not be relied upon by prospective purchasers as a valuation or assessment of value of the property. It is intended to provide purchasers with an indication of the region at which the reserve may be set at the time of going to press. The guide price may be subject to variation and interested parties are advised to make regular checks for variations and should be aware that the reserve price may be either below or above the quoted guide price.

Prospective purchasers should also be aware that the eventual sale price may be above or below the guide level dependent upon competition, and should therefore not presume the guide to be indicative of the final expected sale price or the price the property is available at.

When setting the guide price, the auctioneers have given consideration to the seller’s instructions in respect of their indicated reserve price at the time of instruction. The reserve price, (the level below which the property will not be sold), remains confidential between the seller and the auctioneer. The guide price therefore, is intended to indicate the region at which the reserve price is intended to be set. The seller will confirm their final reserve price close to the auction date and if appropriate the auctioneers may adjust the guide price to reflect this.
Whilst Barnard Marcus make every effort to ensure the safety and security of viewers at properties, we have not carried out a detailed Health & Safety inspection of properties in our auctions and cannot therefore guarantee the safety and security of viewers.
Prospective purchasers and bidders attend properties entirely at their own risk. Particular care should be taken when accessing cellars, attics, exterior grounds and outbuildings and boundaries. All non-conducted inspections of vacant sites should be made in daylight hours only and entry into such sites is entirely at the viewers risk.



1. MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS: Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage and we would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale.
2. General: While we endeavour to make our sales particulars fair, accurate and reliable, they are only a general guide to the property and, accordingly, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the position for you, especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property.
3. Photographs and Measurements: Some images may have been taken by a wide angled lens camera. These approximate room sizes are only intended as general guidance. You must verify the dimensions carefully before ordering carpets or any built-in furniture.
4. Services: Please note we have not tested the services or any of the equipment or appliances in this property, accordingly we strongly advise prospective buyers to commission their own survey or service reports before finalising their offer to purchase.
5. THESE PARTICULARS ARE ISSUED IN GOOD FAITH BUT DO NOT CONSTITUTE REPRESENTATIONS OF FACT OR FORM PART OF ANY OFFER OR CONTRACT. THE MATTERS REFERRED TO IN THESE PARTICULARS SHOULD BE INDEPENDENTLY VERIFIED BY PROSPECTIVE BUYERS OR TENANTS. NEITHER SEQUENCE (UK) LIMITED NOR ANY OF ITS EMPLOYEES OR AGENTS HAS ANY AUTHORITY TO MAKE OR GIVE ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY WHATEVER IN RELATION TO THIS PROPERTY.



1. MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS: Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage and we would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale.
2. General: While we endeavour to make our sales particulars fair, accurate and reliable, they are only a general guide to the property and, accordingly, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the position for you, especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property.
3. Photographs and Measurements: Some images may have been taken by a wide angled lens camera. These approximate room sizes are only intended as general guidance. You must verify the dimensions carefully before ordering carpets or any built-in furniture.
4. Services: Please note we have not tested the services or any of the equipment or appliances in this property, accordingly we strongly advise prospective buyers to commission their own survey or service reports before finalising their offer to purchase.
5. THESE PARTICULARS ARE ISSUED IN GOOD FAITH BUT DO NOT CONSTITUTE REPRESENTATIONS OF FACT OR FORM PART OF ANY OFFER OR CONTRACT. THE MATTERS REFERRED TO IN THESE PARTICULARS SHOULD BE INDEPENDENTLY VERIFIED BY PROSPECTIVE BUYERS OR TENANTS. NEITHER SEQUENCE (UK) LIMITED NOR ANY OF ITS EMPLOYEES OR AGENTS HAS ANY AUTHORITY TO MAKE OR GIVE ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY WHATEVER IN RELATION TO THIS PROPERTY.
2 Bedroom Semi-Detached House For Sale In Manor Lodge Cottages, Paxford, Gloucestershire, Gl55
2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale in Manor Lodge Cottages, Paxford, Gloucestershire, GL55 8 1485000Hayman-Joyce Estate Agents, Moreton-In-Marshrightmove
Delightful Cotswold property with a beautiful south facing garden, in a popular much sought after village.

Sympathetically renovated semi-detached property being offered for sale with no onward chain
Large sitting room with bay window, open fire and painted beams
Most impressive family/dining room with cooker and a door leading into the kitchen, which features floor and wall mounted units, double Belfast sink, granite effect worksurface, built-in cupboard
Cloakroom
Study/bedroom
Principal bedroom with en-suite shower room
Bedroom two with built-in cupboards
Bathroom
EPC Band E

AGENT’S NOTE
The property is currently a holiday let with bookings finishing at the end of June 2021.

SITUATION
Situated in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Chipping Campden is approx. 3 miles to the west and Moreton-in-Marsh (4 miles) catering for day-to-day requirements
The popular Churchill Arms Public House is a short distance away
The Members’ Club, Soho Farmhouse, is about 19.5 miles away
Good train services from Moreton-in-Marsh reaching Paddington in about 92 minutes
Other centres within easy reach include Stratford-upon-Avon (14 miles), Cirencester (27), Cheltenham (30) and Oxford (32)

OUTSIDE
The garden is largely laid to lawn with shrub borders, mature and ornamental trees
Stunning south facing terrace, ideal for ‘al fresco’ dining
Parking for two cars
Shed
5 Bedroom House For Sale
5 bedroom house for sale 9 1995000Strutt & Parker - Moreton-In-Marshonthemarket
2-3 Burlington Court is a Grade II Listed
residence which is situated in the grounds of
Northwick Park which is approached over a
long driveway through the well maintained
grounds which include 35 acres of communal
parkland, an outdoor swimming pool, croquet
lawn and four tennis courts for use by residents
at Northwick Park. the house has an excellent
balance of accomodation arranged over 2 floors
and includes a celler.

As well as the benefit of access to the
communal parkland, the property has an
attractive and private terraced garden with
adoor from the kitchen/breakfast room. There
are 2 single garages.
2 Bedroom Flat For Sale
2 bedroom flat for sale 14 1225000Hayman-Joyce - Moreton-in-Marshonthemarket
An impressive first-floor lateral apartment in a former 19th Century Silk Mill in the much sought after village of Blockley.

Cotswold stone former Silk Mill with pretty south facing views of the river and communal gardens
This property would make an ideal second home
Entrance hall with original floorboards and doors into the principal rooms
Double length sitting room with windows overlooking the river and communal gardens, fitted cupboards and a large area for a dining room table; painted beams
Spacious kitchen with a range of floor and wall mounted units, electric cooker, dishwasher, washing machine and breakfast bar
Master bedroom with lovely views overlooking the river, built-in cupboard, original fireplace and beams
Bedroom two with built-in cupboards and painted beams
Bathroom with shower over the bath, and tiled flooring
Windows throughout feature removable Magneglaze secondary glazing
EPC band C

SITUATION
Attractive Cotswold village with many period properties
Communally run post office/store/cafe, two public houses, doctor’s surgery, parish church
Good selection of shops and amenities for everyday needs in both Chipping Campden and Moreton-in-Marsh, just 3 miles away
Three Academy status schools, Chipping Campden School, (3 miles) and The Cotswold School (10), both with Ofsted Awards, and the highly popular Blockley Primary School
The award-winning Daylesford Farm Shop is about 10.5 miles away
The Members’ Club, Soho Farmhouse, is about 20.5 miles away
Good train services to London via Oxford from Moreton-in-Marsh (4 miles), the fastest reaching Paddington from 92 minutes

OUTSIDE
Delightful communal gardens with areas of lawn along the river bank with mature trees and shrub borders
There is a parking area with unallocated parking spaces
6 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
6 bedroom detached house for sale 17 12950000Savills - Stow on the Woldonthemarket
An exceptional and historic Grade II listed village house.

Location

Blockley is situated within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty between Chipping Campden and Moreton-in-Marsh. A large part of the village is designated as a Conservation Area to protect its rich history. The village has a thriving community enjoying a Post Office, park, village shop and café, primary school, hotel, two public houses, three village halls and a sports and social club. Blockley was voted the best place to live in the south west by the Sunday Times in 2017.

The village lies 3.5 miles from Chipping Campden school (rated ‘Outstanding‘ by Ofsted in 2017). Moreton-in-Marsh (3.5 miles) has a mainline rail station serving Worcester, Oxford and London Paddington. Cirencester, Stratford-upon-Avon and Cheltenham offer an excellent choice of shops, leisure and cultural amenities and schools.

The countryside is designated as a special landscape area and is perfect for walking and riding. There are many historic houses and gardens in the immediate locality.

The Cotswolds’ year is packed with events, ranging from world famous international festivals like Cheltenham Literature Festival or Cheltenham Gold Cup Week to major musical events like the Wilderness Festival, Cornbury Festival or the Big Feastival, as well a jam-packed events calendar featuring music, exhibitions, arts and literature festivals, theatrical productions.

Description

Rodney’s is an ‘Admiral’s House’, a rarity in landlocked Gloucestershire. Once owned by Admiral Sir Edward Collier KCB, CB, the house is named after HMS Rodney, his last command. Sir Edward was born in Blockley in 1783 and joined the Navy in 1797. He had a long and illustrious naval career and was at the heart of many battles across the globe receiving promotions and medals before becoming Admiral of the Blue in 1862. He retired to Blockley in 1865 becoming a magistrate and Deputy Lieutenant and donating land for a new school and police station.

The house, which was constructed by Sir Edward’s father in the early 19th century, is Grade II listed and is beautifully situated on St George’s Terrace in the heart of Blockley, set back from the road behind railings. The house has a fine ashlar façade with sash windows beneath a hipped tiled roof. Internally there are many period features including ceiling roses, ornate cornicing and fireplaces. Rodney’s provides flexible living accommodation with well-proportioned rooms and high ceilings. Large sash windows with original shutters allow light to flood in. Far reaching views can be enjoyed from many of the rooms.

The accommodation briefly comprises a handsome reception hall with doors leading to the principal reception rooms. The formal dining room is beautifully proportioned with windows to the front and an attractive fireplace housing a wood burning stove. The drawing room and sitting room are equally impressive with wonderful proportions and sash windows. The drawing room has a fireplace with wood burning stove.

The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a comprehensive range of base and wall units and a large island unit. There is ample space for a large table with chairs. A door leads to an inner lobby which provides access to a well-appointed utility room and office. The double garage can be accessed directly from the utility room.

An elegant staircase rises from the reception hall to the first floor landing. The principal bedroom suite comprises a superb bedroom leading to a beautifully appointed bathroom. There are four further excellent bedrooms on the first floor, study, a family bathroom and family shower room. On the second floor is bedroom six with en suite bathroom. The property benefits from an extensive cellar which comprises a very impressive wine cellar, larder and boiler room.
The gardens to the front are generously stocked with shrubs and specimen trees.

A stone terrace lies across the front elevation and is perfect for enjoying the views across the green. Vehicular access is to the side of the property via double gates and along the rear elevation, terminating at the double garage and parking area. The formal rear garden is divided into three terraces with herbaceous borders, mature shrubs, specimen trees and areas of manicured lawn.

Stone steps allow access between the terraces. Tucked away in the far corner is a charming pavilion summerhouse, from which there are far reaching views, with leaded light windows and a pointed shingle roof. The summerhouse has lighting, heating and power points. Red brick paving separates the formal gardens from the productive part which includes a traditional greenhouse with light, heating and power points and a good sized kitchen garden with raised beds. There are impressive views from most parts of the front and back gardens, as well as the house itself.

Square Footage: 4760 sq ft




Acreage: 0.48 Acres

Directions

Upon entering Blockley from the A44, proceed through the village and past the large green which is behind a stone wall. Continue up the hill and the property will be found directly ahead (opposite the green) as the road bears to the right.
Land For Sale
Land for sale 3 300000Barney Estates and Auctioneerszoopla
A rarely available parcel of pastureland located just outside the village of Draycott, Gloucestershire.
The attractive parcel extends to approximately 8.35 Acres (3.37 hectares) and is well fenced.

The land is currently used for grazing and has great amenity value within an idyllic location. It may be of particular interest for equestrian use.
The field parcel gently slopes to the north of the site with evidence of historic gradual ridge and furrow.

The boundaries comprise a mixture of mature hedgerows with post and sheep net fencing and is also stock proof.
Land For Sale
Land for sale 2 15000Barney Estates and Auctioneerszoopla
A rarely available parcel of permanent pastureland located just outside the village of Draycott, Gloucestershire.
These attractive parcels of 0.25 acres are fenced around the main perimeter.

The land is currently used for grazing and has great amenity value within an idyllic location. It may be of particular interest for equestrian use.

Call Barney Estates for further details

See 45 ads for sale in Blockley