Hawling, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 5TA | Property for sale | Savills
229.19 sq m
Guide price £1,195,000(34,315,766 EGP)

HawlingCheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 5TA

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Beautiful Cotswold village setting
  • Quality fittings including oak staircase and joinery
  • Vaulted Drawing Room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room with Everhot range
  • Great privacy and set well back from village lane

A quality home in a beautiful setting within a delightful Cotswold village.

About this property

  • Constructed around 24 years ago out of an attractive natural Cotswold stone, Springfield House is one of only two properties built in the former grounds of Hawling Manor, set well back from the village lane and alongside the historic St Edwards Church. Of particular note is the lovely position and the great degree of privacy enjoyed by the house, with the Church as a backdrop. The property is well presented and enjoys superb stylish details such as the vaulted beamed ceiling to the drawing room, internal and external oak doors and oak staircase.

    The accommodation, which is laid out over two floors, is spacious with quality fittings. On the ground floor, the front door leads into a spacious entrance hall with a stone tiled floor leading to the principal reception rooms; the drawing room with a lovely square bay window to the front, double doors into the garden and a fitted woodburner in the fireplace. Also on the ground floor is a good sized study. The kitchen/breakfast room, with double opening doors into the garden, has an Everhot range and opens into the dining room. An inner hall from the kitchen leads to a downstairs cloakroom, utility room and the double garage. On the first floor, a spacious landing leads to the master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. There are three further bedrooms (one currently used as an office) and a Jack and Jill family bathroom accessed off both the landing and the second bedroom.

    Springfield House enjoys a lovely outlook over the gardens, with the grounds of Hawling Manor beyond. To the front a gravel driveway offering parking for several vehicles leads to the garage. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with mature shrub borders and principally lie to two sides of the property, are mainly west and south facing, private and partially enclosed by Cotswold stone walling.

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A quintessential Cotswold village setting for a proper home, I particularly love the vaulted ceiling in the sitting room and the stunning countryside all around.

Catherine AndersonProperty agent

Local information

  • Hawling is a delightful and sought after rural hamlet situated high up in the Cotswolds surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside.
  • The area is extremely accessible having the A40 only a few miles away, which in turn provides good east/west access to London, Cheltenham and the M5, whilst the nearby Fosseway gives excellent north/south access. Also nearby is the village of Andoversford, which offers a primary school and The Royal Oak Inn, and Bourton on the Water with a wider range of shopping, educational and leisure amenities. Guiting Power is two miles away, home to the renowned Hollow Bottom pub.
  • The Regency town of Cheltenham is about 10 miles away and retains many of its original features, together with some exceptional shopping and renowned schooling and of course, National Hunt Racing at Prestbury Park. It also hosts several major festivals each year, including those devoted to music, science and literature.
  • Local recreational facilities include a 9-hole golf course at Shipton Oliffe and 18-hole courses at Naunton Downs and The Cotswold Hills at Ullenwood, sailing at the Cotswold Water Park and polo at Cirencester Park. As one would expect, there are stunning walking opportunities all around.
  • Cheltenham 10 miles, Cirencester 17 miles, Oxford 36 miles (distances approximate)

Additional information

  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Services: Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating. Shared bio disc drainage.
  • Local Authority: Tewkesbury Borough Council. Council Tax band G.
  • Directions: Directions: Leave Cheltenham on the A40 towards Oxford. At the traffic lights at Andoversford turn left onto the A436, signposted Bourton on the Water and Stow on the Wold. After approximately 2.5 miles turn left signed Hawling, then turn right after just under half a mile into the village, and Springfield House will be found on your right hand side, in front of Hawling Manor.
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G