Date: May 2017


  • Oxhill Manor, Oxhill, Warwickshire, CV35 0QE - £2.5million
  • The Old Manor, Knighton, Alcester, Warwickshire, B49 5LU - £1.675million
  • Dunsden House, Todenham, Gloucestershire, GL56 9NX - £950,000

Oxhill Manor, Oxhill, Warwickshire, CV35 0QE - £2.5million

A six-bedroom manor house with two-bedroom cottage, studio, tennis court, stables, outbuildings, landscaped gardens and grounds, duck pond and brook.

Oxhill Manor is an exceptional 17th century, Grade II listed manor house surrounded by 31 acres of its own countryside.  Home to the same family for 70 years and now in need of complete modernisation, this charming property offers a blueprint opportunity for the next generation.  With plenty of scope and all the attributes to fulfil anyone’s aspirations - horse lovers, small-hold farmers, budding tennis professionals or theatre buffs, Oxhill Manor could be refurbished to create a magnificent family home.

Rich in a wealth of original features from open fireplaces to stone archways, the property offers an entrance hall, drawing room, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room with walk-in larder and four oven Aga, master bedroom, adjoining dressing room, five further bedrooms, one en-suite, and two family bathrooms.

For added accommodation, or income as a holiday let, there is the double bedroomed Manor Cottage with entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, boot/store and family bathroom, private garden with parking and a detached red brick studio.

The extensive grounds comprise some 31 acres surrounding the manor house, and include formal gardens and a vegetable garden, paddocks and thatched stables, traditional barn, a hard tennis court, duck pond and brook.
Oxhill Manor brochure
Guide price: £2.5million
Butler Sherborn - Stow on the Wold - 01451 830731


The Old Manor, Knighton, Alcester, Warwickshire, B49 5LU - £1.675million

An eight-bedroom manor house with three cottages, indoor swimming pool, tennis court, five acre paddock, woodland, outbuildings and landscaped gardens

The Old Manor is an imposing Grade II listed, red brick farmhouse dating back to the 16th century.  A superb home that has been in the same family for many years, The Old Manor is full of character features and positioned on the edge of the village.  The property offers buyers an opportunity to refurbish it to a high standard and create a spacious family home designed to their requirements.

The main hall leads through to a drawing room, a large dining room and sitting room, all with open fireplaces, a study, farmhouse kitchen complete with AGA, pantry, breakfast room, WC and utility room.  On the first floor are four double bedrooms and two family bathrooms.  The master bedroom with en-suite bathroom is on the second floor along with a further three double bedrooms and a study.  The house also has a large, barrelled ceiling cellar for storage or potential conversion.

A traditional, red brick barn has been sympathetically converted into a row of three cottages - two one bedroom and one two bedroom properties, all with kitchen, sitting room and bathroom.

The Old Manor stands in mature landscaped gardens with a gravelled driveway, turning circle and open fronted garaging.  There’s a tennis court and indoor swimming pool, mature woodland and a five acre paddock.
The Old Manor brochure
Guide price: £1.675million
Butler Sherborn - Stow on the Wold - 01451 830731


Dunsden House, Todenham, Gloucestershire, GL56 9NX - £950,000

A four-bedroom farmhouse - plus five attic rooms - with separate cottage, barn and mature gardens in 0.68 acres

Dunsden House is a classical Grade II listed Cotswold stone village farmhouse with well-proportioned accommodation and packed with period features: stone mullioned windows, a Cotswold stone open fireplace in the kitchen, window seats, flagstone, wood and quarry tiled floors and exposed beams.  A family home for several generations, substantial work is now required to bring the property up to date.

The farmhouse comprises entrance hall, drawing room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room with Aga, cellar, cloakroom, utility room, four double bedrooms, family bathroom and five attic rooms with development potential particularly on the second floor.

Attached to the main house is a Cotswold stone cottage with open plan ground floor living room/kitchen/sitting space, bedroom and shower room.

Alongside the mature gardens there is plenty of parking and a stone barn with the potential to become garaging.
Dunsden House brochure
Guide price: £950,000
Butler Sherborn - Stow on the Wold - 01451 830731

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Note to editors:

The North Cotswolds
The North Cotswolds is a hidden corner of this delightful Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  Stretching into the southern farmland of Warwickshire and Worcestershire, it has a character of its own and offers some increasingly rare property refurbishment and investment opportunities.

The towns of Stratford-upon-Avon and Cheltenham are both cultural centres offering history, shopping and entertainment.  For sports fans, both towns have horse racing courses, there’s cricket at Edgbaston and Worcester, and rugby at Gloucester and Worcester.  Particularly noted for the growing of asparagus, this horticultural oasis offers ‘foodies’ the freshest of English veg right on their doorstep.  And with the beautiful gardens at Hidcote (National Trust) and Kiftsgate, breath-taking views from Broadway Tower and the adventure playground at Ragley Hall, there’s plenty for the family, while international flights from Birmingham Airport are an easy drive away.

  • For further information about Butler Sherborn, please visit or telephone the relevant office:
Cirencester 01285 883740
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Oxford 01865 510000
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