An exquisitely renovated Grade II listed Cotswold Lodge.
Brockhampton Lodge is an exquisite Grade II listed Cotswold stone lodge thought to originally date from the 17th century. Originally a single storey building, the property was extend to a two storey building in the 19th century to create a larger and more conventional home. The current owners have taken the property into a new era by comprehensively renovating the building structurally and decoratively and have also been able to implement a vastly improved layout to benefit modern day living. Please note that the current Google street map image shows the property before renovation.
The property is accessed via a beautiful side entrance hall with a w.c. and utility room and features stone flooring with under floor heating. Steps lead up to a bright reception room which is currently used as the dining room. There is exposed engineered oak flooring with a Cotswold stone fireplace and attractive window seats. Situated to the east end of the house is the impressive drawing room which features projecting cuboid bay windows with elegant glazing bars providing a great deal of natural light and direct access to the terrace and garden.
The room features a tall Cotswold stone fireplace, elegant cornicing and ornate full height windows. To the westerly end of the house is the kitchen and breakfast room. which features parquet flooring bespoke kitchen units, 3 oven Aga and integral appliances. A central and ornate gothic arched timber door leads out to an enclosed courtyard.
The first floor features a commanding master bedroom suite overlooking the gardens with walk in wardrobe and en suite bathroom. The elegant guest bedroom has an en suite shower room and there is one further bedroom serviced by a family shower room. In addition there is a study/sewing room that is sometimes used as a single bedroom.
Brockhampton Lodge has received extensive landscaping with the Northern and Westerly boundaries receiving sympathetic Cotswold stone walling and a large gravelled parking and turning area. Cleverly created subterranean garage and storage keep the Cotswolds and garden scene in tact as well as creating an expansive projecting terraced area from the house. A lower seating terrace leads to a series of flagstone steps and the lawn with further steps leads to a side lawned area.
There is a current planning permission approval in place for a garden store/shed building in the grounds.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. LPG fired central heating.
Local Authority: Cotswold District Council
Postcode: GL54 5SP
A copy of the full Energy Performance Certificate is available upon request.
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A truly outstanding renovation has made this a very beautiful country home.Bridget Vick