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An attractive Cotswold stone house, tucked away in the sought-after village of Stanton.

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • Drawing room
  • Study
  • Garden room
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • 6 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • Parking
  • Double garage
  • South facing

THE PROPERTY

The Stumps is a handsome, architecturally designed house built in 2001 to a high specification. Situated off a shared, private drive overlooking the village cricket ground, it is presented in extremely good decorative order. There are four reception rooms including a generous vaulted garden room with French doors leading out to the courtyard garden. There are flagstones in the kitchen and entrance hall and a Painswick stone fireplace in the sitting room. The first floor consists of 2 guest suites, 2 further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The second floor offers 2 further rooms, ideal as bedrooms with a Jack & Jill shower room. The property benefits from a double garage as well as ample parking and there is a delightful courtyard garden with well stocked borders and a pergola. The gardens are designed for all year-round colour but with minimum maintenance work. The courtyard is partly paved and partly gravelled. There are also lawned areas in front of the house with mature shrubs, young silver birch trees and a path leading to the front door. The drive is to the left-hand side of the house leading to the garage and parking area, set behind solid timber gates. Stanton is widely regarded as one of the most charming villages in the North Cotswolds lying within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village has an inn, cricket ground, village hall and fine parish church. Everyday amenities can be found in Broadway, about 4 miles, and more comprehensive facilities in Cheltenham about 11 miles. Stanton is well placed for access for communication, with the A44 and M40 providing access to London (90 miles), and the M5 (Jct 9: 10 miles) providing access to the West Country and Birmingham. There is a mainline train service at Moreton-in-Marsh to London Paddington. Racing is at Cheltenham, Stratford and Worcester and there is an equestrian livery yard in the village. Some of the best schools in the country for both boys and girls are found in nearby Cheltenham and Malvern. There are theatres at Stratford-upon-Avon, Cheltenham and Oxford. The surrounding countryside offers a number of attractive walks and rides. Houses are traditionally built of beautiful Cotswold stone which, with its warm honey colour, elegantly complements the beauty of the natural surroundings