22 Ac(8.9 Ha)
Guide price £3,950,000

AmberleyStroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 5AE

  • Under offer
  • Freehold

Key features

  • Fully refurbished throughout
  • Outstanding views looking out over Woodchester valley
  • Mature parkland trees and beautiful gardens
  • Pool House with kitchen and shower room looking out over infinity pool
  • Tennis Court, stables, ménage and horse walker

Beautifully redesigned manor house with fantastic elevated valley views.

About this property

  • Amberley Court is a beautiful manor house located in a secluded position on the top of a Cotswold escarpment. The central part of the property dates from the 1640, date stone in the fifth bedroom, with additional wings being added in the mid 1800's. It is said that ‘Beechwood' in the novel ‘John Halifax, Gentleman' is based on Amberley Court. Over the last three years, the current owners have undergone extensive refurbishments to the property. Amberley Court has been sympathetically brought into the 21st century. You enter into a large and light entrance hall. A reclaimed Cotswolds limestone fireplace has been added which creates a welcome ambience adding to the period charm. The reception and inner hall also now benefit from under floor heating. Leading off the reception hall is a timeless Clive Christian kitchen with a recently opened up breakfast and reception area. Further to this is the secondary kitchen providing the modern needs of an American style fridge, electric oven, combi microwave oven and coffee machine.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

Beautifully refurbished with exceptional views.

James WalkerProperty agent

Additional information

  • Amberley Court is situated on the edge of Amberley village with stunning views over the Woodchester valley. The village of Amberley itself has a public house and a post office. For further amenities, Minchinhampton and Nailsworth are about 1 mile away including the popular Beaudesert School and Minchinhampton golf course.
  • More extensive shopping and recreational facilities can be found in Tetbury, Cirencester and Cheltenham. There are excellent road and rail links. Junction 13 of the M5 is about 6 miles away making both Bristol and Birmingham accessible. Central London via the M4 is about 104 miles. Kemble train station is about 10 miles. Trains to London Paddington are from 76 minutes. Bristol International Airport is about 38 miles away.
  • Local well regarded schools in the area include Cheltenham Ladies College, Cheltenham College and Westonbirt. Further afield are Stonar, St Mary's Calne, Pinewood and Marlborough College. Sporting opportunities include hunting with Duke of Beaufort's, VWH, Cotswold hunts and the Berkeley; polo at Cirencester and The Beaufort Polo Club and racing at Cheltenham, Chepstow and Bath.
  • Directions: From London take the M4 West. At Junction 15 take the A419 towards Gloucester. After approximately 15 miles take the exit toward Cirencester industrial area. Follow the Cirencester bypass before taking the A419 towards Stroud. After approximately 7 miles, you will reach a roundabout. Take the first exit toward Minchinhampton and continue on to the Common. At Tom Long's post in the middle of the common, turn left and immediately right, signposted Amberley. Follow the road into the village and take the left turning immediately below the Amberley Inn. Take the first right down Threescombe Hill and the entrance gate can be found to Amberley Court after the sharp left hand bend.
  • EPC Exempt
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