Whether you’re looking for a Gloucestershire home with a garden, a business, or a story to tell, make a fresh start in 2022 by pinning down the kind of property that dreams are made of.
In this latest instalment of SoGlos’s property series, sponsored by The Mortgage Brain, discover a handful of the most exciting properties on the market this January – including stately homes, stunning conversions and properties packed with potential.
Whether you’re interested in self-employed mortgages, ‘help to buy’ or shared ownership, brokers for The Mortgage Brain in Gloucester know what they’re doing when it comes to matching buyers with lenders.
The Mortgage Brain makes things simple with its handy online mortgage calculator, which considers factors like mortgage terms and loans required to find house hunters the very best deals.
For more information, visit themortgagebrain.net.
Currently serving as premises for the popular Old Bakery Café in Winchcombe, this tastefully-renovated Cotswold stone property spans four floors, with a south facing terrace and conservatory.
At street level, three rooms and a kitchen are used by the coffee shop, while the upper levels offer residential accommodation, embracing a lounge, three bedrooms, a newly-fitted kitchen and a bathroom.
This property is on the market for £550,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.
Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty within a magical woodland setting, this grade II listed Arts and Crafts house must be seen to be believed. Especially given that barely a decade ago, it had fallen into disrepair.
Having started life as two cottages, The Thatched House was once owned by Wedgewood designers, Alfred and Louise Powell, and has been sympathetically restored by its current owners, offering three bedrooms and gorgeous gardens.
This property is on the market for £1,850,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.
Not just a house for those who want to feel at one with nature, this highly-insulated and triple glazed property boasts all sorts of eco-friendly and energy saving features. However, it’s the panoramic valley views and sliding doors to the garden that really stick in the mind.
Now on the cusp of completion, whoever buys it can decide on their own kitchen and bathroom fittings, as well as how to design and plant the garden.
This property is on the market for £1,100,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.
It’s not hard to imagine how this former corn mill might have looked in its heyday, with exposed wooden beams, full height ceilings and the back garden revealing what is left of its original cast-iron water wheel.
Offering three bedrooms and a generous kitchen-come-family room, the characterful, grade II listed barn conversion is located in the Cotswold village of Compton Abdale – also home to a quirky crocodile head waterspout that makes a fascinating talking point.
This property is on the market for £475,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.
Offering warehouse living, this modern two-bed dockside property, located within Gloucester’s historic Double Reynolds development, is the epitome of industrial chic – all exposed beams and feature brick walls.
And if the fifth-floor waterfront apartment with Juliet balcony, plus secure allocated parking, doesn’t appeal, you could generate a potential rental income of £900 per month by letting it out instead.
This property is on the market for £210,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk
Encompassing two cottages, currently used as holiday lets, and a coach house, the lucky new owner of Poulton Manor will get more than a grade I listed Cotswold country house for their money.
Complete with formal gardens designed to provide colour and interest throughout the year, vegetable plots and a wood store to keep the open fires topped up in winter, you may not need – or ever want – to leave.
This property is on the market for £2,250,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.
As selling points go, a private rooftop terrace is difficult to top, especially when flickering fire pits and twinkling festoon lights can make an outdoor space cosy enough to enjoy all year round.
This stylish new-build terraced house, which has three bathrooms and three bedrooms, also boasts beautiful views, ample parking and easy access to Stroud – fondly known as ‘the Covent Garden of the Cotswolds.’
This property is on the market for £430,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.
Built on the high street in the historic village of Newnham, the new owner of the Old Chapel can convert these business premises into a beautiful bespoke home, with planning permission already granted.
An impressive mezzanine level was added in 2004 and although the layout of the property may need some reworking in order to accommodate a family instead of a business, it’s sure to turn heads with its stunning original features, vaulted roof and stained-glass windows.
This property is on the market for £350,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.
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By Eleanor Fullalove
Thursday 16 December 2021
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