Cotswolds and Oxfordshire Property

Date: March 2016

Wells Head, Temple Guiting, Gloucestershire, GL54 5RR - Guide price Lot 1: £2,250,000 & Lot 2: £250,000

A beautiful and discreetly located edge of village, Grade II listed Cotswold stone barn conversion with beautiful gardens and extensive grounds including lakes and woodland (extending to 23.86 acres), is now on the market through Butler Sherborn.

Wells Head, Temple Guiting, Gloucestershire - new on the market with Butler Sherborn
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The ground floor comprises a main entrance hall with polished Cotswold stone floor and decorative wooden arch, a dining room with tall ceilings and a double aspect, one wall almost entirely glazed, and a double height drawing room from which a staircase rises to a separate sitting room.  The kitchen/breakfast room is triple aspect and features a sitting area, island, Aga, a larder cupboard and laundry room.

Bedroom accommodation comprises two main bedroom suites, one with its own balcony, dressing room and spacious bathroom, the other a main bedroom, dressing room and bathroom.  There are three further bedrooms, and a family bathroom.

The guest/staff annexe would make an excellent holiday let and comprises an entrance hall, open-plan double aspect kitchen/living room, bedroom, bathroom and a second bedroom which could double as a gym.

The substantial grounds include a terrace the length of the house, lawn surrounded by mature beds, a walled garden, vegetable garden, a woodland copse, summerhouse/office, garden store and a three-bay garage.  Beyond the gardens are a hard tennis court, large field with stable block and a field shelter.

Available as a whole or in two lots - guide prices:
Lot 1: House, formal gardens and pasture of about 9.32 acres - £2,250,000
Lot 2: Lakes and woodland with tree house and oak pavilion in about 14.54 acres - £250,000
Wells Head brochure
Butler Sherborn - Stow on the Wold - 01451 830731

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The Cotswolds
The Cotswolds are located in the heart of England and within the counties of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Wiltshire.  It is the largest designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in England and Wales, and very roughly starts to the east of Gloucester and Cheltenham in the west, runs up to just below Evesham in the north, includes parts of West Oxfordshire where Burford is known as the Gateway to the Cotswolds, and south to the Cotswold Water Park a few miles beyond Cirencester, the former Roman city and Capital of the Cotswolds.

With excellent road and rail communications - London, Bristol and Birmingham are all within an hour by train - the area has become popular with those moving out of the city or wanting second homes to escape at weekends.

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Sue Hitchcock / Jeremy Clarke

LawsonClarke PR
Tel: 01285 658844

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