- SUBSTANTIAL DETACHED PERIOD HOME WITH LARGE GARDEN, EXTENSIVE PARKING & STUNNING INTERIOR
- 3 receptions
- cloakroom & large utility room
- country kitchen/breakfast room with Aga
- 4 bedrooms
- master en suite & 2 further bath/shower rooms
- attached annexe store with planning permission for conversion
- large landscaped garden & gated drive providing extensive parking
- adjoining paddock available to purchase separately
Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Old Mill House is a sympathetically restored Grade II listed property with a large south facing landscaped garden & outbuildings, located in a picturesque Cotswold hamlet 7 miles from Cheltenham
Believed to date from around 1540, The Old Mill House is a characterful property retaining some wonderful features, effortlessly blending with modern conveniences to produce a comfortable and spacious home in a lovely rural setting surrounded by countryside. A flagstone floor extends throughout much of the ground floor and all 3 reception rooms have open fireplaces, two incorporating wood burners. A bespoke handmade kitchen by 'unfitted' in Moreton in Marsh enjoys a dual aspect across the garden as well as warmth and cooking from a 5 oven Aga with aims system. A cloakroom and large utility room completes the ground floor, whilst an attached 2 storey workshop/store has planning permission for conversion to further accommodation with independent external access. On the first floor there are 4 bedrooms, the master equipped with a magnificent 4 piece bath/shower room, a guest en suite shower and family bathroom, all bathrooms are fitted with power showers. The south facing gardens extend to approximately half an acre and are a delightful feature, landscaped to provide seating areas, wood store, summerhouse, extensive lawned area and a gated gravelled drive providing plenty of parking.
Planning permission has been granted for a 3 bay oak framed garage with room above and there is also an adjoining 1.6 acre paddock with independent access available to purchase separately.
Oxenton lies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty at the foot of Oxenton Hill on the edge of the Cotswolds and benefits from an historic church and village hall. In the nearby village of Gotherington amenities include a primary school, public house and general store. The surrounding countryside provides superb walking and riding on the Cotswold Escarpment. The local centres of Bishops Cleeve and Winchcombe are within easy driving distance and Cheltenham is about 7 miles. Cheltenham is a superb place for shopping with an abundance of main high street shops. Education is well catered for and there are excellent sporting facilities. Host to annual cultural festivals, the town is equally famous for horse racing and the annual Gold Cup. Communications are excellent with easy access to the M5 and there are regular train services to London Paddington in just over 2 hours.
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