A Handsome Cotswold stone house with gardens and far reaching rural views.
Coln House is an impressive Cotswold stone village property dating back to 1908 with well-proportioned rooms and high ceilings, stone mullioned windows and quoins, an open fireplace in the dining room and a modern wood burner in the sitting room. All set in approximately 0.23 Acre. The impressive entrance hall leads to the main reception rooms and the kitchen which has an Aga. There is scope for improving the kitchen and for the conservatory to be re-designed so it also links with the modern extension, which may be subject to planning permission.
There are sought-after far reaching views to the south-west and the gardens are enclosed to the front and rear. The current owners have improved and extended the house to bring it up to modern day living standards, whilst sympathetically retaining the period features. The house was granted planning permission to be extended in 2002/3 by the current owners, which has transformed the size of the house. There is a master bedroom suite and contemporary modern bathrooms. Part of the planning included a new porch which was not built. The gardens have been landscaped to offer areas of lawn, lots of parking all set behind large wooden gates set in a high Cotswold stone wall. Brockhampton is in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.