7 of the most exciting Gloucestershire properties for sale in April 2021

From wine cellars and swimming pools to renowned former owners and private moorings, SoGlos's new Gloucestershire property series, sponsored by The Mortgage Brain, uncovers seven of the most exciting properties on the housing market right now.

Whether you’re looking for your dream home or are simply curious to see what’s on the housing market in Gloucestershire right now, we’ve handpicked seven of the most exciting properties for sale in the county in April 2021.

In SoGlos’s brand-new property series, sponsored by The Mortgage Brain, we have discovered a handful of the most exciting properties that include a polar explorer’s historic residence, a Grade II listed property with heated outdoor swimming pool, and a modern development perfect for water sport enthusiasts – ranging in price from £375,000 to £2,500,000.


About the sponsor — The Mortgage Brain

Based in Gloucester and covering the whole of the UK, The Mortgage Brain is an independent team of mortgage brokers with more than 30 years of experience.

Whether you are a first-time buyer looking for a mortgage, are looking to re-mortgage or are interested in a buy-to-let mortgage deal, for example, the team of advisors at The Mortgage Brain are there to help – whether it’s online or over the phone.

For more information, visit themortgagebrain.net.


1. Sandford House, Avening, Tetbury

This Grade II listed Cotswold stone house in Tetbury has seven bedrooms and is set on around three acres of land, which includes a landscaped courtyard, a stream that runs through the front garden and a stone bridge into a small wooded area.
But that’s not even the best bit. At the rear of the house and cottage is a terraced area with a heated swimming pool — perfect for those summer nights where you can wind down with a relaxing swim.

This Gloucestershire property is on the market for £2,350,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.


2. High Street, Tewkesbury

At the back of this detached Tewkesbury cottage are steps that lead directly down to its very own private mooring, so you can set sail on the River Avon and the River Severn. Or sit back and enjoy the far-reaching country views and calm waters.

Believed to date back to the mid-1800s, the original cottage has been modernised and now features three bedrooms with wonderful views of the river and countryside beyond.

This Gloucestershire property is on the market for £375,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.


3. Skyview House, Birchley Road, Battledown, Cheltenham

With stunning views, Skyview House combines state-of-the-art technology and a cutting-edge design which includes a dual aspect floating gas fire, gym, steam room and an architecturally curved staircase leading to upstairs.

If that wasn’t enough, there are a number of rooms — including the Italian kitchen — that feature bi-folding and infinity doors which lead out into the grounds which includes a terrace and BBQ area, revealing beautiful panoramic views of Cheltenham. Arguably one of the most exciting features is the modern, glass-fronted wine cellar in the dining room.

This Gloucestershire property is on the market for £2,500,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.


4. Newent, Gloucestershire

Located close to Newent, this six-bedroom property sits in three acres of beautiful surroundings with unique features including a stream flowing into a millpond along with several of its own bridges, as well as native woodland on one side.

This detached house has several spacious reception rooms which include a drawing room, a cosy snug and a dining room along with six bedrooms which are spread out over the first and second floor.

This Gloucestershire property is on the market for £1,250,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.


5. Crippetts Lane, Leckhampton, Cheltenham

Standing on the upper slopes of Leckhampton Hill with beautiful far-reaching views, the former Cheltenham home of polar explorer Dr Edward Wilson is on the market for £925,000.

The four-bedroom property where Dr Wilson lived from 1872 to 1912 is honoured with a Civic Society Blue Plaque in recognition of his achievements. The semi-detached is also surrounded by beautiful gardens including a pond.

This Gloucestershire property is on the market for £925,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.


6. Howle Hill, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9

Just on the Gloucestershire border, located in between Hereford and Gloucester, you could be the proud owner of your own village church dating back to 1875.

The unique property has been converted into four-bedroom property and even includes some original features such as the gothic arched front porch, the wrought iron gate and oak door. One of the highlights is the large recessed stained glass leaded Gothic style windows in the drawing room which also has the original stone pulpit.

This Gloucestershire property is on the market for £600,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.


7. Waters Edge, South Cerney, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7

With holidays abroad looking less likely this year, a holiday home may be the way forward. And what could be better than a lakeside property with balconies so you can look at the beautiful views in the middle of Cotswold Water Park.

This four-bedroom property is on the market for and is the perfect spot to indulge in all of Cotswold Water Park’s activities which include sailing, paddle boarding, kayaking and more.

This Gloucestershire property is on the market for £750,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.


For more information, visit themortgagebrain.net.


By Maddy Richards


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Thursday 01 April 2021

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