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280.85 sq m(3,023 sq ft)
Guide price £4,950($6,249)
MonthlyFees apply

BucklandBroadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7LY

  • Managed by Savills
  • Unfurnished

Key features

  • Village location
  • Close to Broadway
  • Large kitchen
  • Three reception rooms
  • Five bedrooms including one downstairs bedroom with ensuite bathroom
  • Master bedroom with vaulted ceiling and adjacent bathroom
  • Character features throughout
  • Approximately 18 acres including paddocks
  • Council Tax Band = G

A pretty Cotswold stone family home with paddocks and stabling.

About this property

  • A beautiful Cotswold stone family home situated in the pretty village of Buckland. The accommodation on the ground floor comprises a fantastic kitchen with flagstone floor, underfloor heating, a double butlers sink and built in appliances including a range oven, dishwasher and a large fridge freezer. The kitchen leads through to the snug / sitting room which also has underfloor heating and a log burning stove. Off the snug is a downstairs double bedroom with ensuite shower room this room also benefits from underfloor heating. On the other side of the kitchen is the dining room and across the entrance hall is a drawing room with open fireplace. The reception rooms have period features including exposed Cotswold stone walls and feature beams. There is a coat closet and a cloakroom off the main entrance hall.

    Upstairs is the master bedroom which has a high vaulted ceiling and adjacent bathroom with shower over bath, there are two further double bedrooms, a single bedroom / study, a further family bathroom and a useful laundry room on this floor which has a washing machine and tumble dryer.

    Outside are the immediate mature gardens with a pond and a stream which runs along the front of the paddocks, the land extends to approximately 18 acres in total. Outbuildings include a stable block with yard and a tack room. Please note one of the stables may be retained by the owner for storage. There is also an open fronted four bay barn carport.

Truly remarkable home nestled in a Cotswold village with private paddocks and stabling!

Louise NicholsonProperty agent

Local information

  • Buckland is a quintessential Cotswold village which lies under the Cotswold escarpment on the Gloucestershire/Worcestershire borders, at the foot of Burhill. The village comprises a range of Cotswold stone properties situated along the main village street with the Church of St Michael in the centre. It is a secluded but active village and thought to have the oldest Rectory in England, which stands next to The Manor, now a beautiful hotel which also hosts afternoon tea and restaurant dining. Buckland shares neighboring Laverton‘s beautifully refurbished village hall where monthly coffee mornings and pub nights are held, in addition to the annual Christmas hog roast and summer party.
  • Nearby Broadway is regarded by many as one of the Cotswolds' finest examples of traditional street architecture with several seventeenth and eighteenth century buildings of note. The village has a wide range of shops for day-to-day requirements together with restaurants, The Lygon Arms Hotel, with its leisure and spa facilities, and specialty shops.
  • The Regency spa town of Cheltenham is about fourteen miles away and provides excellent schooling in both the state and private sectors. It also offers leisure activities including literature, cricket and music festivals along with the famous racecourse which plays host to the Gold Cup every spring.
  • Trains to London Paddington run from Evesham, Honeybourne and Moreton-in-Marsh, whilst the M5 (J9) provides swift access to the Midlands and the south-west of England.
  • The surrounding countryside provides wonderful walking and riding over the many footpaths and bridleways, you can also walk footpaths into Broadway. Broadway also has an 18 hole golf course and there is a wide selection of golf courses in the area.

Additional information

  • Furnishing – Unfurnished / some pieces of furniture may remain.
  • Services: Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage. Gas fired central heating. We are informed the property benefits from fibre optic broadband directly to the house.
  • Local Authority - Tewkesbury Borough Council, Tewkesbury
  • EPC Rating = C