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8 bedroom detached house for sale

Upton Hill, Upton St Leonards

Guide Price £1,250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • DETACHED VICTORIAN HOUSE
  • LOVELY VIEWS
  • 8 BEDROOMS
  • 6 RECEPTION ROOMS
  • 2 APARTMENTS
  • HEATED POOL
  • APPROX. 7.5 ACRES
  • STABLE BLOCK
  • OUTBUILDINGS
  • DOUBLE GARAGE

Full description

A SUBSTANTIAL AND HANDSOME DETACHED VICTORIAN FAMILY HOUSE WITH HISTORIC LOCAL CONNECTIONS AND FULL OF ORIGINAL FEATURES
SITUATED IN A STUNNING ELEVATED POSITION ON UPTON HILL

Porch, 24' Entrance Hall, Drawing Room, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Study,Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility, Cloakroom, 3 Cellars/Games Room, 4 Principle Bedrooms, En-suite Bathroom, Shower Room, first floor apartment with Sitting Room, Kitchen, Double Bedroom, En-suite, second floor apartment with Sitting/Dining Room, Kitchen, 3 Double Bedrooms, Bathroom, about 7.5 acres of Gardens and Paddocks, 2 Stable Blocks, Heated Outdoor Swimming Pool, Double Garage, Parking, Views.

Directions - The property is most easily located by leaving our Painswick office on the A46 in the direction of Cheltenham passing through the first traffic lights and turning first left along the scenic route of Gloucester Street. Continue out of the village passing Painswick House and the Rococo Gardens on your left and over Painswick Beacon and on descent into Upton St Leonards, pass Hatton Court Hotel on your left and the wrought iron double gates and driveway to Upton Knoll can be found as the second entrance on the left.

Location - The village of Upton St Leonards has its own local church, village hall, primary school, general store/post office, farm shop, a hairdresser and there are also two hotels and a public house in this thriving community. Nearby Painswick offers an eclectic range of shops, restaurants and amenities with an excellent range of schooling, shopping and recreational facilities available in the cathedral city of Gloucester. The village is particularly convenient for those commuting to Gloucester and Cheltenham, with Stroud, Cirencester and Swindon having ease of access, along with Bristol and Birmingham from the nearby M5 motorway. There are mainline railway links both in Gloucester and Stroud where a mainline railway station brings London within 90 minutes travelling time.

Gloucester Railway Station ( 4 miles) - Cheltenham ( 9 miles) - M5 Motorway junction 11a ( 4.5 miles). Distances and times are approximate.

Property Description - Upton Knoll is a fine example of Victorian architecture, full of original character features, and built as his family home in 1884 by John Bellows of Gloucester (18311902) a renowned Quaker printer, inventor of the tax calculator, lexicographer and archaeologist. The property stands proud in its acreage of formal landscaped gardens, terraces, swimming pool, paddocks and stables, and is built of natural Cotswold limestone complete with stone mullion windows, drip mouldings and a feature two-storey bay window with window seats. Upton Knoll has been lovingly maintained by the present owners who have been in occupation for over 30 years, with the accommodation arranged over three floors.


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