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A charming 4-bedroom Cotswold stone cottage dating back to the 17th Century with fantastic rural views.


  • Drawing room
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Outbuilding
  • Log store
  • Pretty garden
  • Rural views


A charming 4-bedroom Cotswold stone cottage dating back to the 17th Century with fantastic rural views. A most attractive, attached Cotswold stone cottage with delightful gardens, adjoining pasture land and enjoying delightful countryside views. Dating back to the C17th and listed Grade II, the property retains many original features to include flagstone floors, elm and oak beams and an elm staircase, exposed stonework and mullion windows; a leaded window off the landing has been dated at around 1610. The inglenook fireplace in the sitting room is particularly noteworthy and there is also a fireplace in the dining room with a wood-burner; the kitchen is fitted with elm cabinets with solid wood worktops. Upstairs, there are 3-4 generous bedrooms (one walk-through) over two floors all with wonderful views and served by two modern bathrooms including an ensuite. The property is set back off the lane behind a wide grass verge which is utilised for parking. A pedestrian gate within a Cotswold stone wall opens onto a path leading to the front door, and a wood store to the side. The gardens are a delight with a lawn wrapping around the property on three sides with stocked borders and a stone wall running the length of the field boundary. Paved patio next to the house and a substantial stone outbuilding. 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. PROPERTY INFORMATION: Tenure: The property is freehold and vacant posession will be granted on completion. Fixtures and Fittings: All items in the nature of fixtures and fittings described in these details will be included with the property. All toher such items are specifically excluded. Viewing: An appointment to view is essential and should be made through the Jackson-Stops Chipping Campden office. Telephone: 01386 840224. Email: Local Authorities: Cotswold District Council. Tel: 01285 623000 Council Tax: Council tax band F Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage and night storage heating.