Four properties new on the market from £800,000 - £3million

Langley Hill Farm, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, GL54 5AA - £3million


For those looking for complete escape, Langley Hill Farm offers 207 acres of land on the edge of the historic Cotswold town of Winchcombe, best known as home of Sudeley Castle.  Positioned within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it enjoys spectacular views of the Malvern Hills, the Vale of Evesham and the Sudeley Estate.

Spring House is the principal dwelling on the farm and sits within its own attractive private gardens yet adjacent to the farm buildings.  Light and spacious, this family home was built about 30 years ago and extended in 2021 with planning permission for two further extensions and a separate cottage.

The ground floor comprises a substantial reception hall and large open plan kitchen/family/dining room with limestone flooring, under floor heating, bespoke wooden kitchen units, a large island unit, and a two oven Heritage cooker.  There is a separate pantry, boot room/utility with fitted units, and a w/c and shower room.  There is also an office with elm flooring, and a log burner that also serves the adjacent sitting room.

Upstairs is a large landing with floor to ceiling Velux windows, and a spacious master bedroom suite with bi-fold doors opening onto a small wrought iron balcony, a large en-suite bathroom with roll top bath and shower.  There are two spacious double bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms, a new family bathroom, and two smaller double rooms.

The house has its own private tree-lined drive from the farmyard.  The gardens comprise lawns, a new limestone flag terrace edged with a traditional Cotswold stone wall, and an ornamental pond fed by a natural spring.  There is planning consent for a farm cottage which will comprise an entrance hall, kitchen/dining room, living room, two double en-suite bedrooms, a shower room, cellar room, laundry and storeroom.

The land comprises one block of grass leys, permanent pasture and woodland, all offering rich biodiversity and environmental value, and there is an extensive range of modern and traditional farm buildings making the property ideal for potential equestrian, holiday accommodation or commercial use.

Just a mile from the market town of Winchcombe with its array of local shops, pubs, restaurants and schools, and 7 miles from Cheltenham.  The M5 is 8 miles away, and there are regular train services to London Paddington from Evesham, Kingham and Cheltenham.

Guide price: £3million

Butler Sherborn - Cirencester - 01285 883740


Hulse Ground Farm, Little Faringdon, Lechlade, Gloucestershire, GL7 3QR - £2.75million


This attractive four/five bedroom Grade II listed period farmhouse sits in an idyllic 12 acres that comprises paddocks, woodland and delightful, well-established gardens with views.

Dating back to the early 18th century, Hulse Ground Farm has been sympathetically extended and re-modelled to provide a comfortable family home with spacious and stylish accommodation, while the outbuildings which include a range of Cotswold stone barns have planning permission for the creation of two five bedroom dwellings.

The house retains many period features including stone mullion windows, window seats, exposed beams, flagstone flooring, exposed stone walls and a fireplace with bread oven.  Accommodation features a welcoming kitchen/dining/family room at the heart of the house.  With plenty of character there is an old brick fireplace and bread oven, the bespoke kitchen comprising hand painted units with oak worktops, a double butler’s sink, large island, four oven electric Aga, Quooker boiling water tap, Neff single oven, induction hob and integrated dishwasher, plus remote controlled mood lighting.  There is an elegant, triple aspect drawing room with fireplace and wood burning stove, a playroom/dining room/study with original flagstone floor, plus a utility/boot room and cloakroom.

Upstairs is a spacious vaulted landing area/study, master bedroom suite with dressing area and spacious en-suite shower room.  There is a family bathroom and a corridor leading to three further double bedrooms and shower room.  All bedrooms are vaulted, some with exposed original beams and with skylights.

Designed for environmentally friendly living, the property features a bore hole for water, a Klargester drainage system and ground source heat pump to avoid the need for oil-fired heating.  Situated at the end of a ¼ mile single track lane, it is only a short drive from the historic market town of Lechlade, and while it has a Gloucestershire postal address is actually situated in West Oxfordshire.

Guide price: £2.75million

Butler Sherborn - Cirencester - 01285 883740


Meadow Barn, Great Rissington, Gloucestershire, GL54 2LP - £2.5million


With the potential to extend, Meadow Barn is a substantial four bedroom period stone barn in a lovely edge of village location.  Sitting in 1.45 acres of immaculate mature gardens, this property also includes two detached one bedroom cottages, ideal as a granny annexe, home office or guest/staff accommodation.  There are also extensive outbuildings.

Access to the main house is through the original cart entrance, now fully encased in glass leading into a light and spacious double height reception hall with flagstone floor.  Beyond is a large drawing room with exposed beams, window seats, fireplace with wood-burning stove, and a dining room with space for a study area.  There is a large, vaulted kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a range of units and quartz worktops, an inset sink and integrated appliances including a fridge and dishwasher, and a cooker hood.  There is also a study, triple aspect garden room, utility room and cloakroom.

Upstairs is a galleried landing and partly vaulted master bedroom suite with fitted wardrobes, a dressing area and en-suite bathroom.  There are two further bedrooms off the landing along with a family bathroom, and on the second floor, an attic gallery landing, double bedroom and en-suite shower room with limestone tiling and contemporary fittings.

Quietly situated in an elevated edge-of-village location and within a short walk of both the village school and pub, the barn is surrounded by delightful mature gardens featuring different areas, ornamental buildings and features of interest.

Within the grounds is Amy’s Cottage, designed as a granny annexe but ideal as a home office, complete with an open plan living room/kitchen, double bedroom with en-suite shower room and a south facing courtyard garden and parking area.  Daisy’s Cottage is more recently converted and features an open plan living room with a well fitted kitchen, double bedroom and bathroom.  It too has parking and a private enclosed courtyard garden.

Approached via electric gates and a private driveway and adjoining farmland bounded by Cotswold stone walls, the stunning gardens that surround the property include an enclosed paved rose garden, sweeping areas of lawn planted with trees and shrubs, summerhouses, dining terrace and large ornamental pond with water feature, plus a copse of trees.  There is also a garage, workshop, woodstore and storage shed with fireplace.

Guide price: £2.5million

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


Bledington Vicarage, Bledington, Oxfordshire, OX7 6UZ - £800,000


New on the market and in the heart of the highly popular Cotswold village of Bledington, this detached family home offers four bedrooms, two bathrooms, enclosed garden, a garage and parking.

Ground floor accommodation comprises a double aspect family room, dining room and sitting room with Cotswold stone fireplace, and an inner hall.  The kitchen has a range of wooden wall and floor-mounted cupboards, a sink and space for a cooker and dishwasher, plus a stable-style back door to the rear terraced garden.  There is also a utility room with oil-fired central heating boiler.

Upstairs is a double aspect master bedroom with wardrobe and an adjoining shower room, plus three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Outside, the house is set behind a low brick wall enclosing the gravelled parking area.  There is a Cotswold stone barn/garage with up and over door; it retains a curved stone entrance arch, timber beams and shelving.  There is a side garden accessed through a pedestrian gate set within the beech hedge, and a low maintenance rear garden with gravel and paving on different levels together with several flower beds.

Centered around the village green, Bledington is a close community with a great pub, shop, church and primary school rated by OFSTED as ‘Outstanding.’  Kingham station with direct trains to London and Daylesford shop, café and spa are nearby.

Guide price: £800,000

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

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Patience, Gorgs and Alex Geikie, April 2021

We are a returning client of Butler Sherborn and we would highly recommend them if you’re looking to sell your property. The two properties we sold with BS were very different, but the BS team have always been extremely professional, approachable and friendly. And their communication skills are second to none! Thank you again!
— Patience, Gorgs and Alex Geikie, April 2021