4 bedroom house for saleBroad Campden, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55
Sold STC £1,350,000
Original exposed beams, timbers and stone work, leaded lights and bread oven.
Inglenook fireplaces. Charming handmade kitchen with AGA and granite worktops.
Contemporary Duravit bathroom suites
with tiled walls and shaver points. Private well stocked garden with green house and orchard. Triple garage with oak double doors. Studio above with Velux windows.
Parking for several cars. Wood store.
Electrically operated Oak gates to drive & garages.
Kitchen Fitted handmade kitchen with granite work surfaces, AGA three oven,
ceramic hob, double Belfast ceramic sinks, dishwasher and fridge.
Dining Hall Elm floor, exposed beams and stone walls, old bread oven, window
Cloakroom WC and wash basin.
Drawing Room with beamed ceilings, inglenook fireplace, French windows
leading to the terrace and garden, window seats, open bookshelves and bay window.
Study study area with beamed ceiling, alcove with bookshelves.
Cloakroom WC and wash basin
Secondary Kitchen/Utility Room fitted kitchen with double ceramic sinks,
fridge freezer, Worcester combi central heating boiler, rear door to side courtyard.
Rear Hall second staircase to first floor.
Sitting Room large windows overlooking the garden. Large inglenook fireplace
with exposed stonework, ceiling beams and spotlights.
Shower Room WC, wash basin, shower and shaver point.
Bedroom 4 exposed beams, cupboard.
Bedroom 3 exposed beams, cupboards and walk-in cupboard.
Galleried Landing exposed beams, cupboards and walk-in cupboard.
Bedroom 2 beautiful exposed beams, cupboards.
Bathroom contemporary Duravit bathroom suites, tiled walls and shaver points.
Bedroom 1 fitted cupboards with large window overlooking terrace and garden.
Pinders is without doubt a delightful picturesque period stone house, lying within the charming hamlet of Broad Campden amid its charming houses and cottages of Cotswold stone dating back to Saxon times. With an historic church and public house, this delightful Cotswold village mainly comprises of period houses and cottages and lies in a fold of the Cotswold Hills in the heart of an Area of
Outstanding Natural Beauty about one mile south of Chipping Campden. Chipping
Campden is recognised as one of the most beautiful and historic Cotswold market
towns with a good range of shops for everyday needs, a library, schools and doctors and dentist surgeries. The town itself is renowned for its traditional architecture and history. The large and cultural centres in the area are Stratford-upon-Avon, Cheltenham and Oxford. There is a main line train station London/Paddington at Moreton-in-Marsh (approximately 7 miles) scheduled time approximately 90 minutes.
The private gardens and grounds enjoy a mainly southern aspect overlooking
farmland. There are beautiful mellow Cotswold stone walls and tastefully
landscaped garden with steps to the terraces, upper lawns and barbeque area. An abundance of well stocked flower beds, herbaceous borders and specimen trees
surround the lawns with vigorous Kiftsgate rose Rosa filipes situated in the apple
orchard. Beech and yew hedges separate the orchard, formal gardens and garages.
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