Mill Lane, Lower Slaughter, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 2HX | Property for sale | Savills
1,481 sq ft(137.59 sq m)
Guide price £695,000(€792,447)

Mill LaneLower Slaughter, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 2HX

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • Highly desirable village location
  • Well presented throughout
  • Flexible accommodation
  • Potential to extend (subject to planning consents)
  • Good sized rear and front garden
  • Off road parking

A Cotswold stone property in the sought after village of Lower Slaughter.

About this property

  • Built in the 1970s, Millside is an excellent house with beautifully presented accommodation set out over two floors. The property is decorated with a subtle palette of colours which creates a calm and contemporary feel throughout. A sturdy oak front door leads you into a light and airy entrance hall. The dual aspect sitting room is generous with a wood burning stove set in a simple, contemporary hearth. Glazed doors open to the rear garden and terrace. The dining room has an attractive panelled feature wall and looks out over the front garden. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of painted Shaker-style cabinets and integrated appliances. In addition there is a very useful utility room with door to garden, ideal for family life. A dramatic cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation. On the first floor are three excellent bedrooms and a well-appointed family bathroom.

    The front garden is laid to lawn with borders and a gravelled driveway providing parking for three cars. There is a courtyard area to the side of the property. To the rear the garden is enclosed by hedging, fencing and a Cotswold stone wall. Mainly laid to lawn, the rear garden has a paved terrace and mature borders.

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Millside is quietly tucked away in this fantastic village. The owners have created a cosy and versatile space that feels like home.

Kay McCluskeyProperty agent

Local information

  • Lower Slaughter is a highly regarded and picturesque Cotswold village situated in the Windrush Valley within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Indeed this part of the Cotswolds possesses some of the most beautiful and unspoilt countryside in the whole of Gloucestershire. The village is characterized by its pretty, honey-coloured limestone cottages and houses. Many of these front the river Eye which meanders through the village and can be crossed by two small bridges. As well as the 18th Century Manor House Hotel there is also a Parish Church, village hall and converted mill with original water wheel and now selling crafts. Bourton-on-the-Water is about a mile away and provides everyday shops and services. A little further away is the historic market town of Stow-on-the-Wold which provides many specialist shops arranged around its central square. A Tesco store is located on the edge of the town. The Daylesford organic and lifestyle shop is located in Kingham.
  • The Roman Fosse Way provides direct access to the Midlands and south to Cirencester. The A40 links Cheltenham to Oxford and then joins the M40 at Junction 8. For the London commuter there are regular trains from Kingham Station to London Paddington which takes about 90 minutes.Recreational opportunities include golf at Burford, Naunton Downs and Broadway, polo at Cirencester Park; racing at Cheltenham, Warwick and Stratford; sailing at the Cotswold Water Park and boating on the River Thames. There are a number of excellent walks in the area including the Gloucestershire Way.
  • There is a wide choice of excellent schools in the area including Kingham, Kitebrook, Hatherop Castle, Rendcomb, as well as the schools and colleges in Oxford and Cheltenham.
  • The Cotswolds' year is packed with events ranging from world famous international festivals like Cheltenham Literature Festival and Cheltenham Gold Cup Week to major musical events such as the Wilderness Festival, Cornbury Festival or the Big Feastival, as well as a jam-packed events calendar featuring concerts, exhibitions, arts and literature festivals and theatrical productions.

Additional information

  • Directions: From Stow-on-the-Wold, take the A429 Fosseway in a southerly direction towards Bourton-on-the-Water. Take the right hand turning for Lower Slaughter. Follow the road through the village and turn left into Mill Lane. Millside will be found on the left hand side.
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: E