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An impressive Cotswold stone rectory with coach house, swimming pool, tennis court and paddocks totalling 4.51 acres.


  • Six bedrooms
  • Five reception rooms
  • Six bathrooms
  • Gym
  • Wine cellar
  • Three bedroom coach house
  • Landscaped gardens
  • Swimming pool and tennis court
  • 11,520 Sq. Ft.
  • Paddocks totalling 4.51 scres


An impressive Cotswold stone rectory with coach house, swimming pool, tennis court and paddocks totalling 4.51 acres. The Old Rectory was gutted by fire in 2006. Since then, a new home has been beautifully constructed out of Cotswold stone incorporating many classic features including a large dining hall and sitting room with flagstone floor, stone mullion windows with leaded lights, an open fireplace and double doors leading through to the library with bespoke oak cabinets and open fireplace. The property offers a feeling of light and space throughout enjoying generous sized reception rooms with high ceilings, Sonos sound system and a number of double doors providing a central flow, ideal for entertaining. The drawing room consists of oak floors, open fireplace, large glazed sliding doors to the terrace and garden and a side door to a further terrace with fabulous north west facing views. The kitchen/breakfast room and family room provide a more contemporary feel with clever use of triple glazed panels (Sky-Frame), open plan layout, slate floors and roof light. The kitchen itself is a bespoke Modulnova kitchen including a 4 oven electric Aga, stainless steel and composite granite worksurfaces and Gaggeneau ovens, fridges and freezers. Next to the kitchen is the downstairs cloakroom and steps leading up to the utility room with central island, boot room, gym and garage. From the utility there is a flight of stairs leading to the study with separate WC. There is a fabulous air temperature-controlled cellar on the lower ground floor with separate boiler room and plant room. From the main hall there is a turning Georgian style staircase leading to the first-floor landing with the master bedroom suite and 3 further bedrooms and ensuite bathrooms. The second floor consist of 2 large attic bedrooms both with ensuites. The Coach House is constructed of Cotswold stone under a Cotswold slate roof, the barn has been converted to form additional accommodation to the main house. Entered internally from the main house or externally from the main drive. The barn has stone floors with under floor heating on the ground floor, a green oak roof structure for the vaulted kitchen/dining/sitting room and the separate drawing room. Cotswold stone quoins surround the main doorways with solid oak doors and hand made wrought iron furnishings. There is a utility with WC, separate cloakroom and bedroom on the ground floor. There are 2 further bedrooms on the first floor, both ensuite. The gardens and grounds are a particular feature of The Old Rectory and provide a wonderful setting for the house wrapping around it on three sides. The property is approached via Cotswold stone pillars and wrought iron electric gates arriving at a large gravel drive. In front of the house is a York stone terrace leading to the Cotswold stone portico. To the north west is an elevated terrace overlooking one of the paddocks, originally a cherry orchard and far-reaching views towards the Malverns. The main ornamental gardens were designed by well-known garden designer, Rupert Golby, with the main terrace and lawn to the rear of the main house and a further terraced lawn with stone retaining walls and gravel pathways and fabulous seating areas, well stocked herbaceous borders, part walled kitchen garden and a tennis court. The swimming pool is an enclosed area with a changing room and shower accessed from the main house. There are further paddocks to the rear of the property with a variety of fruit trees. Saintbury is a picturesque and unspoilt small Cotswold hamlet with breath-taking views across the Vale of Worcestershire to the Malvern Hills and beyond. It lies within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Saintbury Conservation Area. The village has a fine church, thought to date back to Saxon times with a Broach spire erected around the 14th Century. Chipping Campden and Broadway provide most daily requirements whilst Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon are the main cultural and shopping centres. Transport links are excellent with a regular commuter service from Moreton-in-Marsh to London Paddington taking about 90 minutes and the M5 (Jct 9) is approximately 15 miles away and the A44 links up to the M40 and London.