Corsend Road, Hartpury, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL19 3BP | Property for sale | Savills
394.56 sq m
Guide price £1,145,000(68,147,171 EGP)

Corsend RoadHartpury, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL19 3BP

    Key features

    • A wonderful farmhouse occupying an enviable position in the heart of the village
    • An array of period features together with a wealth of natural charm, warmth and character
    • Beautiful formal gardens and fenced paddock with pleasant far-reaching rural views
    • Highly spacious accommodation affording 4,247 sq. ft of living space
    • Attractive barns, outbuildings and workshop providing highly spacious storage space
    • Supporting the ability of multigenerational living with six good-sized bedrooms

    A highly attractive farm house set in delightful gardens located in the heart of this well-regarded village.

    About this property

    • Positioned within the heart of this highly regarded village, Old Corsend Farmhouse is notably attractive detached home affording 4,247 sq. Ft. of living space. Enjoying an array of original features together with natural charm, warmth and character this superb farm house allows for multigenerational living.

      Approached by a gravelled courtyard, the traditional entrance hall leads to a plethora of light and airy accommodation. The dual aspect sitting room has a striking inglenook fireplace with an inset log burning stove and affords attractive views over the garden with a natural opening to the spacious dining area.

      The country-style kitchen has a comprehensive range of units, Rangemaster oven, integrated appliances and exposed beams together with generous dining space. The fitted utility room serves as a useful boot room with a pedestrian door opening to the front aspect. In addition there is a charming snug, a study and an impressive gym area with inbuilt sauna.

      To the rear of the property is an outstanding games room: a wonderful addition, it has a vaulted ceiling, exposed ceiling joists, and a stable door opening to the rear terrace.

      The first floor consists of six good-sized bedrooms and three fully fitted bathroom / shower room suites. The principal bedroom has the benefit of a walk-in wardrobe, whilst bedroom two has a wealth of fitted wardrobes. All are in good decorative order and enjoy far-reaching rural views.

      The barns / outbuildings are a fabulous extension of the main house and provide wonderful storage space. The Grade II listed barn has a versatile attic room with extensive storage under, whilst barn two is principally used as workshop.

      The formal gardens and paddock are a joy: laid to lawn and interspersed with a wide selection of mature trees, shrubs and plants there are a number of themed areas and idyllic seating points. Furthermore, there are established borders, herbaceous beds and a highly attractive pond. Bounded by fencing and hedgerow, there is a fenced paddock, a modest area of lawn to the side and a large central courtyard.

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    What a beautiful home, the games room together with the gym and sauna is such a treat! I couldn't think of a better family home: an utter delight!

    Phil BatesProperty agent

    Local information

    • Hartpury is a quintessential Gloucestershire village famed for it's University and College which specialises in agriculture, animal, equine, sport and veterinary nursing. In addition, there is a Village Hall, Public House and St Mary's Church. The rolling countryside offers an array of outdoor pursuits: hiking, cycling and hacking are but three.
    • The Cathedral city of Gloucester is approximately 6 miles away: offering a wide selection of shops, bars and restaurants together with a vibrant city centre and Quays. Furthermore, there is a city hospital and a mainline train station with direct routes to London Paddington. (approx. two hours)
    • The Regency town of Cheltenham is approximately 13 miles away. With arguably a greater selection of shops, there is an impressive selection of boutique stalls, coffee houses and independent eateries. The town also has a mainline train station and hospital.
    • The M5 motorway is approximately 10 miles away, providing direct access to the West Country, Bristol and The Midlands.

    Additional information

    • Services Connected: Oil fired central heating, mains water, mains electricity, private drainage.
    • Local Authority: Forest of Dean.
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G