9 of the most exciting Gloucestershire properties on the market in June 2021

From houses with a history of espionage to homes with their own island, SoGlos reveals nine of the most exciting properties for sale in Gloucestershire right now.

Whether you are looking to move, invest or simply want to window shop from the housing market, we’ve handpicked nine of the most exciting properties for sale in Gloucestershire in June 2021.

In SoGlos’s popular property series, sponsored by The Mortgage Brain, we have uncovered properties which were involved in espionage training, houses with private bridges, a hidden island, swimming pools and games rooms – ranging in price from £740,000 to £4,800,000.


About the sponsor — The Mortgage Brain

Mortgage Brain is a Gloucester-based business which was founded 20 years ago by Enzo Mora and is one of the largest mortgage brokers in the UK.

It offers services for a range of customers including first-time buyers, second steppers and investors and even has a specialist team that helps customers to get a mortgage for a brand new home.

For more information visit, themortgagebrain.net.


1. Outskirts of Cheltenham, GL50

Covering almost 10,000 square feet, this incredible property has everything you could ever wish for including a tennis court, a heated swimming pool, a sauna, a cinema, a bar and a gymnasium.

With far reaching views across the county, you can enjoy the peace, tranquillity and privacy of the 1.53 acres of gardens and grounds.

This Gloucestershire property is on the market for £4,000,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.


2. Tower Lodge, Leckhampton Hill, Cheltenham

A stunning country house steeped in history, Tower Lodge is a six-bedroom detached house located on the slopes of Leckhampton Hill with beautiful views of Cheltenham and the Severn Vale towards the Malvern Hills.

And with a bathroom surrounded in glass, you don’t have to be outside to enjoy the views as you can sit back and relax in a nice warm bubble bath.

What’s more, the tower of the property still exists giving you a glimpse at the past and even has its own separate sitting room and bedroom.

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


3. The Chase, Greenway Lane, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52

With seven bedrooms to choose from as well as a music room, games room, plant room and even a TV and media room, this detached property in Charlton Kings has everything you can think of.

There is also a large heated swimming pool which has full length bi-folding doors which open out onto a large terrace which has a stunning water feature.

This Gloucestershire property is on the market for £2,750,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.


4. Wesley House Apartments, St. Georges Street, Cheltenham, GL50

If you’ve ever fancied owning a former chapel then now is your chance. Located in the centre of Cheltenham, Wesley House is a well-known building that you’ve likely driven past on multiple occasions.

The former chapel has been converted into 14 duplex one bedroom apartments with balconies.

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


5. Hazleton, GL54

Surrounded by stunning countryside, this Grade II listed stone barn conversion is located in Hazleton — a place which has been recognised as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The picturesque property, which looks like it belongs in a film, has three bedrooms with en-suites that feature beautiful exposed beams. And if you have green fingers, then the pretty gardens with plants and trees are perfect for you to potter in.

This Gloucestershire property is on the market for £800,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.


6. Parkend, Lydney, Gloucestershire

This five-bedroom property is full of magic and mystery. Believed to have been constructed more than 100 years ago, this traditional forest lodge property was the Mine Managers Cottage for the New Fancy View Pit with the field to the right of the house for the Pit Ponies to rest during the holiday shutdowns.

What’s more, the road that the property is located on can also be spotted in a number of big-name productions including Netflix’s Sex Education as well as War of the Worlds 2.

This Gloucestershire property is on the market for £740,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.


7. The Old Milking Parlour, Dowmans Farm, Coberley

A range of contemporary homes are available at Dowmans Barns located on a 17th century Cotswolds farm, which was owned by Frederick Winterbotham – the RAF officer who was involved in distributing the intelligence learned from the enigma codes at Bletchley Park. The farm buildings were even used for espionage training during the war!

The barn itself is a stunning semi-detached with three double bedrooms that all feature built in wardrobes and two have en-suite facilities.

This Gloucestershire property is on the market for £825,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.


8. Pincott Lane, Pitchcombe, Stroud

Pincott Lane is a former mill with an idyllic setting on the Painswick stream in Stroud with elements of the old mill still visible.

Throughout the magical garden and grounds there are little bridges crossing the stream, as well as a little isalnd with a palm tree and a spring-fed pond making this five bedroom detached property a truly romantic place.

This Gloucestershire property is on the market for £1,500,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.


9. Fairford, Gloucestershire, GL7

This Grade II listed Queen Anne-style 12 bedroom detached house was built in 1910 by Guy Dawba and boasts a tennis court, pool house, gym, sauna and games room all while incorporating many original period features.

But the most stunning part of this property is the private island retreat which you can approach over lavender pathways and is tucked away close to the pool house and vegetable garden.

This property is on the market for £4,800,000 and for the full listing visit rightmove.co.uk.


For more information, visit themortgagebrain.net.


By Maddy Richards


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Tuesday 01 June 2021

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