An architecturally important village house with quite beautiful gardens and grounds of about 2 acres and with two cottages and a coach house.
Poulton Manor is a much admired Grade I Listed Cotswold house, situated in the heart of the village and understood to date back to the late 17th Century. It is a wonderful village house with beautiful gardens and grounds, cottages for letting, guests or staff, and a Coach House with workshop and home working.
Described by Marcus Binney as ‘a perfect William and Mary doll’s house’, the house is variously attributed to John Paget and Peter Mills, one of the surveyors appointed to supervise the rebuilding of London after the Great Fire. Having been virtually unaltered in over 70 years the house retains all of its inherent character together with original features. The house has been in the same family ownership since the 1960’s.