Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen is changing rooms!
Changing Rooms presenter, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, is selling his country home in Siddington, Cirencester.
The 16thcentury manor, grade II is on the market for £1,750,000 and is just what you’d expect from the flamboyant TV regular. Whether you’re a fan of the rich colours and striking interior design or not, the property has certainly been “presented with enormous style and flair”, as Strutt & Parker put it.
Roberts House combines Cotswold style with modern living and comes complete with six bedrooms, an annex studio flat and a garden ideal for entertaining. Aside from the exuberant interior, the spectacular exterior is perhaps the biggest talking point.
The Cotswold stone walled garden has been widely featured across magazines and TV, most notably in the BBC’s coverage of the Chelsea Flower Show and Gardeners’ World. It’s clear to see why the garden is so talked about; the English country garden boasts an ornamental pond, vegetable garden, chicken run, historical specimen trees, a hazelnut allée, mini orchard AND a summer house.
The Llewelyn-Bowen family moved to the property in 2007 and now Laurence, who runs a successful design company, is said to be moving to the capital with his wife Jackie and two children Cecile and Hermione.