5 bedroom detached house for saleCockleford, Cowley, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
Guide Price £2,000,000
- 5 Bedroom farmhouse
- 1 Bedroom annex
- 2 Bedroom flat
- In all 3,100 SqFt
- Machinery store
- 7 Stables
- Large barn (31.6m x 13.3m potential indoor arena)
- Outdoor manege
- Pasture, woodland, game covers and family shoot
Butlers Hill Farm is set amongst sensational counrtryside that offers a range of sporting opportunities with a family shoot and 5 kilometres of new post and rail fencing studded with hunt jumps. The farmhouse is approached via a long tree lined drive. Built in 1980s the house has versatile family accommodation plus a seperate two bedroom flat and adjoining annex. The main house is constructed of reconstituted stone under a tiled roof. The main reception rooms and light and spacious with five principal bedrooms above which enjoy far reaching views over the surrounding countryside. The immediate gardens are mostly laid to lawn and studded with deep herbaceous borders.
The farm is situated at the end of a no-through lane in dramatic undulating countryside between the villages of Colesbourne and Cowley.
The village of Colesbourne lies one mile to the north and has a pub, post office, garage and shop. There is also The Green Dragon pub situated nearby.
Ideally situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty between Cheltenham and Cirencester, with excellent communications via the A417 and A419, linking Junction 15 of the M4 with Junction 11a of the M5.
Mainline rail service to London Paddington from Kemble Station (12 miles) and from Cheltenham Spa there are direct links to Birmingham International in 44 mins and Bristol in 45mins.
Cirencester has an excellent range of both every day and more specialist shops.
Cheltenham has first class shopping facilities as well as a theatre and other cultural amenities.
There are numerous good local schools including Cheltenham College, Cheltenham Ladies College, Dean Close, St Edwards, Rendcomb College, Beaudesert Park, Westonbirt and Wycliffe.
Extensive network of footpaths, bridleways and byways for many lovely walks and rides in the surrounding countryside.
Ample sporting opportunities including a variety of golf courses, racing at Cheltenham, polo at Cirencester Park, Edgeworth and Westonbirt. Water sports at the Cotswold Water Park. There is shooting and fishing with local syndicates and hunting with the Cotswold, with the VWH, Heythrop and Beaufort all nearby.
The farm buildings are a short distance from the main house and they front on a substanial area of hard standing. The buildings are steel framed with part concrete block and timber walls under fibre cement roofs. The land comprises a well-balanced mixture of commercial arable, pasture and woodland as well as river frontage to the River Churn.
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