Unique and highly individual country home set in approximately 1.5 acres of garden and level paddock enjoying uninterrupted Cotswold views. Offering five bedrooms, two reception rooms and two bathrooms, the house enjoys peace and tranquillity whilst being within 3 miles of J12 of the M5. Read more
Unique and highly individual country home set in approximately 1.5 acres of garden and level paddock enjoying uninterrupted Cotswold views. Offering five bedrooms, two reception rooms and two bathrooms, the house enjoys peace and tranquillity whilst being within 3 miles of J12 of the M5.
Unique and highly individual country home set in approximately 1.5 acres of garden and level paddock. There are uninterrupted Cotswold and Severn Vale views to front and rear of the property, all the way to the Malvern Hills in the distance. This one-off house enjoys peace and tranquillity in a country lane setting. The house is on one level with an array of rooms which can adapt to various uses if desired. At present the house has 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a light and spacious sitting room with fireplace and there is also a large dining room/reception2 with the kitchen and conservatory adjoining. most doorways are 3` wide
Beneath the living accommodation is a vast basement with limited head height and double door entry from the outside as well as access from inside the house. This lower space provides large workshop and storage areas.
The level paddock sits to the side of the house and there are three block-built stables to one end, and this quiet backwater is a haven for wildlife. There is plenty of room to park, on the drive and to the side of the house.
Whilst this is a wonderful country retreat, access to the M5 at junction 12 is approximately 3 miles away and the mainline rail station at Stonehouse is only 1.5 miles away. There is also a great choice of schooling in this part of Gloucestershire with village primary schools closeby, Grammar schools and Comprehensives in Stroud and Gloucester as well as Wycliffe College in Stonehouse or The Kings School, Gloucester.
We understand that this unusual house was built back in the 1920`s by a railway enthusiast and two railway carriages are incorporated within the property.
Directions Directions: Take M5 southbound from Cheltenham and exit at junction 12. At the roundabout take the first exit and continue for approximately 2 miles, passing Standish Church on your right and then passing over the railway bridge. Take the next left onto Oxlynch Lane. Follow the lane up and The Croft will be seen on the left after the farm
Notice Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.