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High Street, Chipping Campden, GL55

Guide price £585,000

2 Beds 2 Baths 1 Reception

REF: CHC140296

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CALL US 01386 840224 EMAIL US AT Chipping Campden
FIND US: Market House, High Street, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6AJ

Chipping Campden


  • 38ft Sitting Room/Dining Room
  • Kitchen
  • 2 Double Bedrooms
  • En-Suite Shower Room
  • Bathroom
  • Hallway
  • Shared Garden Terrace
  • Parking for 2 cars
  • Walking Distance to the High Street


A quite exceptional ground floor apartment with dramatic accommodation in a convenient central position. The Property The Chipping Campden Grammar School foundation dates back to the mid-15th century and was founded by John Fereby. In 1628 it was re- founded by Sir Baptist Hicks and the school re-built at that time. It is this building which forms the core of the apartment although the property was largely redeveloped again in 1863. The originally school room is nearly 40' in length and forms a fabulous, high ceilinged living room and features the original 17th century chimney piece with a stone bust of John Fereby set in a classical niche in a broken segmental pediment. A second fire place has a more modest 17th century chimney piece. The high ceiling features impressive hammer beams and there are three four light mullion and transom windows. A central hallway provides access to the well fitted kitchen with a doorway to the garden terrace, two double bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room and a bathroom. Outside There is a lovely flagged terrace to the rear of The Old Grammar School building with flower borders and seating areas and it is surrounded by a newly built wall ensuring privacy. The garden can be used by all the apartments in the building. There are two parking spaces for 1 The Old Grammar School at the rear of the property access via Calf Lane. Location The Old Grammar School stands proudly on Chipping Campden's High Street, said by Pevsner to be "The best piece of townscape in Gloucestershire, arguably one of the best in England" It lies in a fold of the Cotswold Hills in the heart of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty approximately 12 miles to the south east of Stratford-upon-Avon and 22 miles north of Cheltenham. The town is well known for its traditional Cotswold architecture, much of it dating back to Medieval times. There are a good range of shops catering for most everyday needs, a library, schools, dentist and doctor's surgeries. There are Anglican, Roman Catholic and Baptist churches. Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon provide an excellent range of shopping and cultural amenities. The surrounding countryside offers many excellent walks and rides and there are ample sporting opportunities. There is a main line station to London Paddington from Moreton-in-Marsh and most West Midland centres are within commuting distance. • Broadway about 5 miles • Stratford-upon-Avon about 12 miles • Cheltenham about 22 miles • Moreton-in-marsh about 7 miles (main line station to London Paddington) All mileages are approximate