Savills | Aldsworth, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 3QP | Property for sale
3,039 sq ft(282.33 sq m)
Guide price £1,100,000

AldsworthCheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 3QP

    Key features

    • Attractive village house
    • Beautifully presented
    • Well proportioned secondary accommodation
    • South facing garden
    • Period features throughout

    An attractive Grade II listed House in a popular location and with a one bedroom cottage.

    About this property

    • The Old School House is a stunning mid-19th Century Grade II listed village house believed to have originally been built as part of the Sherborne Estate. Built of Cotswold stone with traditional stone tiles, it has a particularly attractive front façade with rusticated quoins and stone mullion windows. The accommodation is primarily arranged over three floors and extends to just over 2,800 sq ft in total. Throughout the house there is a lovely elegant feel with high ceilings and ample natural light due to sash windows and south facing orientation.

      The current owner has spent considerable time to preserve as many of the period features as possible which include original fireplaces, shutters, Elm floorboards, a flagstone floor and a particularly fine staircase with a delicate handrail.

      In addition to the main house there is a fantastic separate one bedroom cottage to the rear. This is linked via a study from the main house and offers significant potential. The cottage has its own access and has in the past been used as an artist studio. There is also a charming courtyard garden at the rear and a large mature garden to the front.

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    A handsome Grade II listed village house with fantastic secondary accommodation.

    Sebastian HipwoodProperty agent

    Local information

    • The Old School house occupies a beautiful position within an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Aldsworth has an active community with a number of clubs and societies as well as a church, cricket club and pub. Every day facilities are found in nearby Northleach and Burford with Cirencester being about 10 miles away. The nearest cultural centres are Cheltenham and Oxford, both of which also provide excellent private schools. Other schools in the private sector include Hatherop Castle and Rendcomb College. There are primary schools in Bibury, Burford and Northleach and secondary schools at Burford, Cirencester and Lechlade.
    • Communications are first class with the A40 connecting to the M40 at Oxford and the M5 at Cheltenham. There are regular Intercity rail services to London from Swindon and Charlbury. Local sporting facilities include golf at Burford, sailing at The Cotswold Water Park, boating on the River Thames, racing at Cheltenham and polo at Cirencester Park.

    Additional information

    • Northleach 4 miles; Burford 6 miles; Cirencester 10 miles; Cheltenham 15 miles; Oxford 24 miles; Charlbury Station (Paddington 80 minutes) 15 miles (All distances and times are approximate)
    • Directions: From Cirencester, take the B4425 towards Bibury and Burford. Continue through the villages of Barnsley and Bibury and on reaching Aldsworth, turn left into the village. The Old School House is then the first property on your left.
    • EPC Exempt
    • Tenure = Freehold