Decorated with climbing roses and surrounded by the most romantic gardens, Wolds End House is the perfect Cotswold harbor right in the middle of the action.
A rare chance to be in the heart of one of the most famous cities in the Cotswolds. Wolds End House is a Grade II listed four-bedroom home off High Street Chipping Campden that comes to market via Jackson Stops for an offer of over £1.5m.
Set back from the road behind a low wall of dry stone, the Cotswold stone house, built in the 18th century, can be walked through a small lawned front garden. The exterior façade, with unique arched windows with gothic glazing bars and a trellis entrance porch, will instantly appeal to any passer-by.
The back of the house is just as – if not more – delightful, with a jumble of garden flowers and a sheltered dining/BBQ terrace.
The vintage charm is evident upon arrival, with the entrance hall boasting stone floors, exposed beams, wood paneling and exposed stone walls.
From here, you can access the living room on one side and the dining area on the other, which connects to a modern kitchen/breakfast room with a black granite central island to match the AGA and ceiling beams.
Combined with this rustic charm, a modernization program has been thought through, which is most evident in the kitchen and bathrooms.
Outside, a romantic south-facing sunken garden surrounded by raised flower beds sits at the rear of the house, surrounded by a gravel path that leads to a corner lounge and a “solid” stone barn that is almost in need of refurbishment.
Many of the amenities of the market town of Chipping Campden are of course on your doorstep, with its popular and thriving main street and traditional Cotswold architecture.
Situated in the heart of the Cotswolds Hills area of outstanding natural beauty, the town has a wealth of shops, schools, libraries and health clinics. Stratford-upon-Avon and Cheltenham offer a wider range of cultural activities, and the region offers plenty of opportunities for walks, trips and sports.
Wolds End House is currently on the market through Jackson-Stops with over £1.5 million worth of offers – see more photos or ask agent for more details.
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