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A substantial Cotswold family house sitting in 1.3 acres of gardens and grounds with riparian rights.


  • Drawing room
  • Sitting room
  • Family room
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Attractive landscaped gardens
  • Double garage and additional parking
  • Electronic security gates


Bandon House was originally built in 2009 and has been completed by the present owners to an exceptionally high standard. Tucked away in a private and secure location, the property is light and spacious throughout and has a wonderful outlook to the garden accessed via both the dining room and the sitting room. There are 4 reception rooms on the ground floor and a separate study. There is also a traditional open plan kitchen/breakfast room. The 1st floor consists of a galleried landing leading to 4 good sized bedrooms, 2 of which are ensuite. Bedroom 5 also works well as a further study or library and there is a separate family bathroom. Bandon House is approached via a private drive with electric gates, just off Church Lane. A sweeping drive with Cotswold stone chippings arrives at an area for 5/6 cars and a detached double garage. To the rear of the property there is a large patio area and electric awnings. The parkland-style gardens have been designed and landscaped by the present owner and are just over an acre with an abundance of young and mature trees, including a small orchard, leading to the River Isbourne with riparian rights. Toddington is surrounded by beautiful countryside, much of which has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village enjoys close proximity to some stunning featured attractions including Sudeley Castle and Gardens, Hailes Abbey and Stanway Water Garden. The village sits between the picturesque village of Broadway and the thriving Anglo-Saxon market town of Winchcombe. With warm toned Cotswold stone cottages, tea shops, good local amenities and traditional medieval architecture, the two centres offer an excellent range of facilities to include butchers, bakers and greengrocers, excellent restaurants, churches, doctors and dentists. Sporting facilities nearby include golf at Broadway, Naunton Downs and Cleeve Hill; motorsport events at Prescott Hill Climb; National Hunt racing at Cheltenham, Stratford and Worcester; sailing on the River Avon, hunting with the North Cotswold Hunt as well as Premiership rugby at Gloucester. The Royal Shakespeare Theatre is at Stratford upon Avon, with further theatres in Malvern, Cheltenham and Oxford. There are numerous local restaurants, inns and welcoming village pubs in the area. The Spa town of Cheltenham is within 10 miles. It hosts a number of festivals including cricket, food, literature, jazz and music, as well as providing excellent schools including Cheltenham College, Cheltenham Ladies College and Dean Close alongside a selection of Grammar Schools.