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Key features

  • 7 bedrooms
  • 7 reception rooms
  • 6 bathrooms
  • 13.42 acres
  • Recently refurbished
  • Rural setting
  • Heated swimming pool
  • Edge of village
  • Outbuildings
  • Period


Trewsbury House is a splendid looking house, listed Grade II of architectural importance. The property is approached via a long drive between a lime avenue, which leads to a gravel drive beyond automatic entrance gates and to a large parking and turning area at the front of the house. The drive continues around to the side of the house with the coach house to the right and beyond to a timber stable block at the rear.
The house and buildings are positioned well within its grounds, offering privacy but without isolation.
The current owners have undertaken to completely refurbish the house (bar the kitchen) which was carried out during 2021/2022. The result of which is a modernised country house with impressive features, floor coverings and upgraded heating, plumbing, electrics, and broadband Wi-Fi.
The original house was built in 1875/6, although a large part was demolished in the mid-20th century, leaving a manageable, well-proportioned family home. Typical of its period, the house has excellent principal rooms, good ceiling heights and large wide-pane windows providing an abundance of natural light. The main reception rooms are impressive and ideal for entertaining with a degree of versatility for their use. The kitchen is west-facing with a door to a large terrace - there is planning and listed building consent to extend the kitchen and connect with the playroom (see Planning Note). Linking with the kitchen is a generous boot room with a door to outside and the parking area to the side of the house and coach house.
There are five main bedrooms on the first floor and four bathrooms (three of which are ensuite). The second floor has two bedrooms, a bath/shower room, games room and plenty of storage space. With access from the ground floor, an area of the second floor could work well as a staff flat.
The cellars are a good size with two rooms, one of which is a wine cellar.

Gardens and Grounds:
The gardens and grounds are well laid out too, the views of which can be enjoyed from the house. A terrace leads around the house to seating areas to south and west, from which are lawns and areas of formality within the landscaped structure. There is an ornamental pond within a sunken garden and beyond the formal gardens is a swimming pool garden with a heated pool. To the southern edge of the garden, beyond the ha-ha, is the tennis court.
The gardens give way to a field to the south and a good block of mature woodland wraps around the western and northern boundary.

The House is Listed Grade II.
There is current planning and listed building consent for an extension to the kitchen (21/03269/FUL - 15/12/21 & 21/03270/LBC) and to convert the coach house to residential use (21/03258/FUL - 04/04/22 & 21/03259/LBC). Please refer to the local authority planning portal/website for further information and note the dates for grant/expiry of the consents.

Easements, Wayleaves and Rights Of Way:
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way whether public or private, all easements, wayleaves and other rights of way whether they are specifically referred to or not.

Trewsbury is an ancient site on the edge of the village of Coates, close to the source of The River Thames and within a former Iron-Age hill fort. Nearby Cirencester has excellent shops, markets, and general services. Tetbury is also close by with its pretty high street and antiques shops. The main regional centres include Cheltenham, Bath, and Bristol. Junction 15 of the M4 at Swindon is 20 miles.
Kemble Station is conveniently close (2.5 miles) from which there are regular direct services to London Paddington taking from 70 minutes.
Cirencester, Tetbury and some of the surrounding villages offer a good range of pubs and restaurants. There are several hotels of note within half an hour's drive, including The Pig at Barnsley, Whatley Manor and Calcot Manor.
There is an excellent range of local sporting opportunities including golf at Minchinhampton, polo at Cirencester Park and Beaufort (Tetbury), Horse racing at Cheltenham and Bath, and a variety of sports clubs are available in and around Cirencester. Cirencester Park Estate is close by with thousands of acres of landscaped parkland in which to walk, cycle or ride. All the opportunities for the country sports enthusiast exist nearby, including equestrian sports of eventing with high profile events at Badminton Park, Gatcombe Park, and Cirencester Park.
The area is noted for its many schools, both private and state – including Beaudesert Park, Pinewood, and Westonbirt as well as the Cheltenham Colleges, Marlborough, St Mary's, Calne and various schools in Bath.

Cirencester 4 miles, Kemble Station 2.5 miles (London Paddington from 71 mins), Tetbury 8 miles, Cheltenham 21 miles. (All distances and times are approximate).

Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Gas central heating (private supply), fibre optic broadband connected, Electric AGA.


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