Jackson-Stops’ country sales of 2019

As we approach 2020, we look back at some of the best sales made by our teams across our country offices this year. From farmhouses to Arts & Crafts style residences, we have seen some fantastic properties launch to the market and be snapped up by some very happy buyers.

Cotswolds farmhouse


This year, our Cirencester branch sold Hampen Lodge, which was available for an asking price of £3.5 million. Standing in four and a half acres of gardens and grounds on the edge of a hamlet, the lodge is unlisted and dates back in part to the 16th century. The home offers more than 4,000 square feet of living space, including three reception rooms, a snug, a kitchen and breakfast room, the master suite, four further bedrooms and three bathrooms. The main lodge is complemented by a one-bedroom cottage, four garages, a heated swimming pool, a pool house and gym, a greenhouse, a summer house, stabling, gardens and fields.

Located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the home is also less than five miles from Cheltenham.

To find out which properties are currently available through our Cirencester branch, click here.



 

Country residence in Buckinghamshire

The Dower House was listed with our Woburn branch for a guide price of £3.5 million. It is an outstanding country residence located in a secluded parkland setting, comprising of a drawing room, dining room, billiard room, an orangery, a modern open plan kitchen and breakfast room, and a games room. 

Sir Ferdinand Michael Kroyer-Kielberg, a Danish industrial magnet, commissioned architect William Curtis Green in 1920 to design and build this new house and estate.

The home is set in approximately 39 acres of land, which also plays host to a floodlit tennis court, outdoor swimming pool and extensive equestrian facilities including a stable block, ménage, a large barn, and paddocks.

Our Woburn branch is currently marketing a Victorian country house with equestrian facilities. For more details visit the web page here.
 

Arts & Crafts house in Prestbury



Thieves Hollow is a stunning Arts & Crafts house set in 10 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens and grounds in Prestbury village. The property was designed and constructed by W Worthington in a butterfly Arts & Crafts design, with oak wood panelling and stained-glass windows featuring throughout the seven-bedroom home.

was available through the Alderley Edge branch for £3.95 million and includes a galleried entrance hall, panelled drawing and sitting rooms, a dining room, a study, a private sitting room and four further guest suites with either dressing rooms or sitting rooms.

If you are a fan of the Arts & Crafts style, the Alderley Edge branch is currently marketing this Arts & Crafts six bedroom family house




 

487-acre farm in Ongar

This year, our Chelmsford branch listed a beautiful 487 acre farm, which includes a Grade II listed farm house, a swimming pool, lake and the opportunity to develop an extensive range of modern and traditional farm buildings into five separate barn conversions.

Despite being located in an idyllic and private setting, the home is just 21 miles from London and was the first time it had been on the market in 100 years. The farmhouse itself, listed for a guide price of £7 million, is believed to date back to the 15th century and includes three reception rooms, five bedrooms, a kitchen and breakfast room and a playroom. Period features such as Gothic arch windows and exposed brick walls can also be found throughout.

For those looking for a home with a sustainable land, the Chelmsford branch is marketing this home in Ongar that has 16 acres of land.