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Derry Farm House, Ashton Keynes - £1.295m

Butler Sherborn launches five homes on the market from £675,000 to £2.8million

“Things have really taken off since lockdown, and there is a general sense of optimism here in the Cotswolds,” says Sam Butler of Butler Sherborn.

“We recently agreed the sale of a building plot in Chedworth that sold within four days of coming to market, while another property had over 55 viewings in two weeks!”

Overall viewings for the firm are up 53% (June & July 2020 vs June & July 2019), while people registering for property details are up 215% over the same period.

 

 

 

Mill Hill Farm, Sherborne - £2.8m

https://www.butlersherborn.co.uk/Mill Hill Farm

 

Radway Riding School, Radway - £2.75m

https://www.butlersherborn.co.uk/Radway Riding School

 

Derry Farm House, Ashton Keynes - £1.295m

https://www.butlersherborn.co.uk/Derry Farm House

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

21 Main Street, Coln St Aldwyns - £900,000

https://www.butlersherborn.co.uk/21 Main Street, Coln St Aldwyns

 

Blenheim Cottage, Arlington, Bibury - £675,000

https://www.butlersherborn.co.uk/Blenheim Cottage, Arlington

 

 

 

 

“The market is exceptionally busy with a particularly strong pull from London buyers wanting to bring up their children in the Cotswolds while also being able to work from home.  Local sellers see this is an opportunity to expedite their plans and take advantage of the demand, so we are seeing a big increase in activity all round,” adds Elizabeth D'Allemagne, partner.

 

Mill Hill Farm, Sherborne, Gloucestershire, GL54 3DU - £2.8million

 

 

 

Untouched by time for many years, Mill Hill Farm offers a rare opportunity to restore a classic Cotswold stone house and its traditional stone barns, and transform it into an extremely impressive home.

It is an exceptional property in an enchanting location.  On the edge of the National Trust-owned village of Sherborne, the farm sits in around 11 acres and includes an ancient orchard with fields running down to the Sherborne Brook - a real time capsule of a bygone era.  Planning permission has already been secured.  Offering privacy without isolation and enormous scope, this is one of the most sought after parts of the Cotswolds and well placed for commuting to London.

The farmhouse originates mostly from the early 19th century and is Grade II Listed.  With large south facing windows and well-proportioned symmetrical rooms, it features high ceilings and original details such as cornices and wooden floors, shutters and open fires.  It is currently configured with three spacious reception rooms, a kitchen and utility rooms to the rear, and five bedrooms on the first floor.  The planning permission provides for contemporary open plan living with an impressive garden room extension from the kitchen to give views over the orchard and Windrush Valley, while the adjacent barn would become a guest bedroom suite, with a spacious master suite and three further bedrooms, and family bathroom.

The stables and other barns could be used to create staff accommodation, a separate guest suite, gym and entertainment space along with a separate garage/store.

Mill Hill Farm is approached down a private driveway leading to a courtyard and parking, with easy access to the barns, house, paddocks and gardens.

https://www.butlersherborn.co.uk/Mill Hill Farm

Guide price: £2.8million

Butler Sherborn - Cirencester - 01285 883740


Radway Riding School, Radway, Warwickshire, CV35 0UN - £2.75million

 

 

 

An attractive South Warwickshire property sitting on the edge of the village of Radway at the foot of historic Edgehill, Radway Riding School offers buyers a variety of possibilities.  Currently run as a successful and well regarded riding school, it could equally be used as a private home with extensive equestrian facilities or as a farm.

Sitting in some 81 acres, the land is divided into six principal fields suitable for grazing or producing hay/haylage, and a number of smaller paddocks ideal for daily turnout.

The modern house was completed around four years ago to a high standard, and offers a blend of formal reception rooms and comfortable open plan family living.  There is a sitting room which focuses around a central wood burner, a large family kitchen/breakfast room leading to an open plan dining area with a green oak conservatory, vaulted ceiling and bifold doors to the gardens, as well as several utility and boot rooms appropriate for country living.

Upstairs is the master bedroom suite with internal balcony, two large double bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms and a well-appointed family bathroom.  On the second floor are three further bedrooms and a family shower room.  There is a glass fronted lift from the ground to the first floor, and a number of energy efficiency measures including a heat recovery air circulation system, underfloor heating, solar panels and a 4,000 litre rainwater collection system.  The house sits within landscaped gardens overlooking the equestrian facilities, paddocks and countryside beyond, and accessed via a gated driveway.

There is a self-contained annexe adjoining the house comprising an open plan kitchen/sitting room, two bedrooms and family shower room, plus a substantial first floor flat with open plan kitchen/sitting room, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom, as well as a large roof terrace and enclosed private garden.

The extensive equestrian facilities comprise: an American Barn with 27 Loddon boxes with sliding doors, swivel mangers, water drinkers and rubber matting, a Kylix solarium, wash bays, secure tack room and rug/storerooms.  A second American barn has 16 stables, day room, tack room and wash bay, and a further 21 stables.  There is a 60m x 43m outdoor school with Flexiride surface and floodlighting, 60m x 20m indoor school with wax surface and integrated viewing area, office, toilet and kitchen; a Claydon covered lunge pen, hay and straw store, Claydon 5 horse walker and lorry and car parks.

https://www.butlersherborn.co.uk/Radway Riding School

Guide price: £2.75million

Butler Sherborn - Stow-on-the-Wold - 01451 830731


Derry Farm House, Ashton Keynes, Wiltshire, SN6 6PW - £1.295million

 

 

 

Offering seclusion and privacy, Derry Farm House is a well renovated five bedroom Cotswold stone farmhouse just a few miles from Cirencester.

Ground floor accommodation comprises an entrance hall with a quarry tile floor, the kitchen leading to the breakfast room with French doors to the patio, a dining room with the original Inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove, wooden floorboards and beams, exposed brick and mullion windows.  The oak wood panelled drawing room has a second Inglenook fireplace with exposed brick and bressumer beam, and the original spiral staircase to the first floor.  At the other end of the house is the sitting room, with Bath stone fireplace and marble hearth, and double doors to a natural stone, hardwood and glass garden room with spectacular views of the landscaped gardens.  There is also a spacious games room, utility and cloakroom and access to the integral garage.

Upstairs is a generous master bedroom suite with stone & marble fireplace and mullion windows, two further double bedrooms, the family bath and shower room.  The second floor offers two additional double bedrooms, bathroom, a study and playroom.

Approached through red brick pillars with wrought iron gates and set in some two acres, there are beautiful landscaped gardens, a paddock, tennis court, garage, workshop and store, with parking for several vehicles.

https://www.butlersherborn.co.uk/Derry Farm House

Guide price: £1.295million

Butler Sherborn - Cirencester - 01285 883740


21 Main Street, Coln St Aldwyns, GL7 5AA - £900,000

 

 

 

Located on the triangular green at the heart of the village, this period Cotswold property has been extended to create a wonderful family home.

The ground floor accommodation flows from the front door through the hall to the dining room.  The sitting room features a stone mullioned window with original window seat, and an open fireplace with a Minster style stone surround.  The kitchen/breakfast room is bright and sunny thanks to windows on two sides and a large skylight, and is fitted with a range of painted shaker style units with an integrated dishwasher, Corian worktops with double butler sink, 2-oven Aga and separate ceramic hob and electric oven.  There is also an oak framed extension, a cloakroom, utility room, sunny garden room, and a glazed loggia adjoining a terrace with separate stone built outdoor kitchen with barbecue and pizza oven and a brick lined wine cellar.

On the first floor is the master bedroom suite that includes a fitted dressing room and generous bathroom with separate wet room shower.  The guest suite includes a bedroom and stylish tiled wet room, and there is a further bedroom on the first floor plus an attic bedroom.

Outside is a gravel driveway with parking, an enclosed gravel terrace and sheltered, sunny garden.

With wonderful walks, Coln St Aldwyns is an unspoilt and much sought-after Cotswold village between Bibury and Fairford.  Surrounded by picturesque parkland, woods and water meadows, it has a fine Norman church, a good pub, community run village shop, cricket club, and a highly regarded Church of England primary school and prep school in the neighbouring village of Hatherop.  Fairford is close by, and Cirencester about 8 miles, complete with a large Waitrose.

https://www.butlersherborn.co.uk/21 Main Street, Coln St Aldwyns

Guide price: £900,000

Butler Sherborn - Cirencester - 01285 883740


Blenheim Cottage, Arlington, Bibury, Gloucestershire, GL7 5ND - £675,000

 

 

 

Just 7 miles from Cirencester, the capital of the Cotswolds, and 12 miles to Kemble station for trains to London Paddington in around 75 minutes, this is a deceptively spacious four bedroom Victorian house on the edge of the iconic village of Bibury.

Dating from 1850, Blenheim Cottage has been remodelled and extended to create a light and spacious family home while retaining many period details such as bay windows, exposed beams, stripped pine doors, window seats and an old well.  South facing and decorated with a neutral palette, it feels bright, light and warm throughout.

The front door opens into the sitting room, which has been formed from two smaller rooms to create a spacious double reception room, with two bay windows, oak flooring, an impressive stone fireplace with wood burning stove and a smaller fireplace with tiled surround.  The well-proportioned kitchen/dining room is fitted with bespoke painted farmhouse style units, a butler sink and electric Aga.  There is a rear hallway, and cloakroom.

Upstairs are the large master bedroom with en-suite shower room, two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.  In the attic is a light space with exposed beams and timbers that is ideal as a home office, child’s playroom or fourth bedroom.

Outside is an attractive, private south facing landscaped garden with lawn, flower and produce beds, paved seating areas and pathways.  The large gravel driveway can accommodate four vehicles, and there is planning permission for a garage.

Described by William Morris as ‘the most beautiful village in England’, the River Coln wends its way through Bibury and along some of the most picturesque Cotswold countryside.  There is an historic parish church, primary school, hotel with restaurant/outside dining area, pub with beer garden, trout farm, Post Office and shop.

https://www.butlersherborn.co.uk/Blenheim Cottage, Arlington

Guide price: £675,000

Butler Sherborn - Cirencester - 01285 883740

Cotswold Land

Pip Menzel - November 2019

At all points I have found Butler Sherborn to of gone above and beyond to help with the process of selling our house. They offer a service that is modern in its approach yet old-fashioned and uniquely personable. We have found they're thoughtful and their knowledge of the market is second to none.
— Pip Menzel, November 2019