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A beautifully presented Cotswold farmhouse with a separate cottage and outbuildings in an idyllic village position set in about 16 acres.


  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Sitting room & drawing room
  • In all about 16 acres
  • Cottage
  • Stabling
  • Garage
  • Office/studio
  • Attractive gardens


Garretts Farm comprises a traditional Cotswold farmhouse, thought to have been renovated and re-modelled by Squire James Orchard Phillipps in 1876 and completely updated to a very high standard by the current owners. Constructed of coursed and squared stone with mullioned windows under a stone slate roof, it offers comfortable accommodation along with separate cottage, outbuildings and some 16 acres of paddocks. Day-to-day the property is accessed via the boot room leading through to the open plan kitchen/breakfast room with Cotswold stone floors, under floor heating, gas fired Aga and bespoke kitchen units. There are steps down to the utility room and a separate dining room with French doors leading out onto a patio and the garden. The drawing room is light and spacious but also homely with open fireplace, mullioned windows and wooden shutters. The entrance porch with a flagstone floor leads to the sitting room/study with an open fire place and French windows to the garden. The cloakroom has a separate W.C. On the first floor the master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with a loft space above. There are three further double bedrooms, family bathroom and en suite shower room. The Cottage is a former Victorian coach house that was fully renovated in 2014 to create a luxury self-catering holiday cottage for two. The Coach House has been decorated to the highest quality standard with the focus on comfort and cosiness. The open-plan lounge and dining area has a wood-burning stove. The kitchen is modern and well equipped. Upstairs is a spacious bedroom suite and plenty of storage space. The bathroom offers a bath, walk in shower, WC and hand basin. The drive leads past the double open-fronted garage to the stable yard which has a range of four block built pony stables. The outbuildings have been converted to a home office/studio with separate store. The garden lies to the front and side of the house and is simply laid out with lawns, a variety of ornamental and fruit trees, flower boarders and a patio and stream at the bottom with a bridge leading to an orchard. The land lies to the north of the property and is divided into three separate well fenced paddocks, all of permanent pasture. Water is available in the first two from an adjacent stream. The third field which extends to the County Boundary has a small watercourse which can dry up in the summer. (All the land can be accessed by a vehicle through full size metal gates). Buckland is a beautiful village nestling at the foot of the Cotswold escarpment about two miles south of Broadway. Set well off the main road and with no through traffic it provides a wonderfully peaceful setting with few facilities other than the 13th Century church and the well-known Buckland Manor Hotel. Broadway and Chipping Campden provide a range of local shopping facilities whilst Cheltenham and Stratford-uponAvon are the main shopping and cultural centres for the area. There are mainline railway stations at Moreton-in-Marsh and Honeybourne and good access to the M5 at Tewkesbury and the M40 at Warwick. There are lovely walks and rides in the area, racing at Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon and golf at Broadway. Whilst the postal address is in Worcestershire the property is actually in Gloucestershire.