8 of the most exciting Gloucestershire properties on the market in February 2022

From starter homes to an 18-bedroom project and an impressive pile with barrel-vaulted wine cellars, SoGlos's Gloucestershire property series uncovers 8 of the most exciting properties on the market right now.

February is a prime time to be searching for a new home in Gloucestershire. Whether your ideal property has beautiful views, the added security of electric gates, or is ready for you to move straight in, you’ll find them all for sale in county this month.

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 February.

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1. Eeyore’s Place, Swindon Village

Known as Eeyore’s Place, there’s nothing gloomy about this charming thatched cottage in Swindon Village, surrounded as it is by flowers, shrubs and trees.

Within the Grade II listed property are three bedrooms, sitting and dining rooms (featuring two imposing fireplaces and one former bread oven), a kitchen, bathroom and downstairs WC.

As well as being within easy reach of Cheltenham, the asking price for Eeyore’s Place was reduced at the end of January – proof that waiting till February can really pay off.

This property is on the market for £475,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.

2. Gloucester, GL2

Watch the world float by from this new build two-bedroom apartment in Gloucester, which is ready to move into.

With shared ownership making it easier to get onto the housing ladder, this fashionable first floor starter home is complete with balcony, as well as allocated parking.

As part of The Waterfront development, you’ll find everything from supermarkets to shopping and restaurants nearby.

This property is on the market for £79,500. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.

3. Greylands, High Street, Minchinhampton

Large family to accommodate? Friends to impress, or lottery winnings to splurge? Then this stunning six-bedroom property in the Cotswolds could be the one for you.

Attic conversions and two tasteful extensions have helped maximise the living space, while the beautiful barrel-vaulted wine cellars allow plenty of room for entertaining

Outside, the walled gardens have been designed ‘enfilade’ style and the extensive gravel driveaway provides parking for multiple cars.

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

4. Montpellier, Cheltenham, GL50

Overlooking Cheltenham’s Montpellier Gardens, endless people watching opportunities can be enjoyed from the comfort of the drawing room at this property.

Back in 2007, the same townhouse won an award for its contemporary glass fronted extension, which floods the house with light.

In addition to its four bedrooms and courtyard garden, the lower ground floor has for many years been let out to generate an income as a separately accessed apartment.

This property is on the market for £1,600,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.

5. 19 Querns Lane, Cirencester, GL7

Formerly Querns School, the old school building with its high ceilings and sash windows has been converted into four elegant dwellings close to the centre of Cirencester.

This one has its own private front door, behind which are two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, sitting room and utility.

The gravelled courtyard area outside provides secure parking behind electric gates, while each of the mews type properties also share a lawned garden.

This property is on the market for £1,600,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.

6. Tetbury, GL8 8DH

If you’re looking for a blank canvas, the whitewashed walls of 10 Silver Street in Tetbury offer exactly that, while providing greater definition to the wooden beams, stone fireplaces and exposed brickwork.

This seriously stylish four-bed town house in Tetbury has all the trappings of an historic property, combined with the comfort of luxury fixtures and fittings.

The enclosed courtyard garden requires minimal maintenance, allowing the new owners to spend more time in the snug – or enjoying all the ‘third most desirable town in the country’ has to offer.

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

7. Ebley, Nr Stroud, Gloucestershire

Take on this hotel-sized project and you’ll be getting an impressive 18 bedrooms for your money – alongside a reception area, a breakfast room and a laundry room.

The Grade II listed Cotswold stone property, which also has within its walls a one-bedroom duplex apartment, is surrounded by gardens and comes with its own car park, as well.

Given its proximity to the M5 and Stroud’s railway station, you could really put Ebley on the staycation map.

This property is on the market for £695,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk

8. Gloucester, GL1 1UG

This light and airy duplex apartment occupies the top floor of a Grade II listed Georgian property on Brunswick Square in Gloucester.

Its two bedrooms, family bathroom, fitted kitchen and lounge are divided over two floors, with the apartment enjoying views towards Gloucester cathedral.

Located in a quiet part of the city, 10 Brunswick Square has serious kerb appeal and also enjoys access to the communal gardens of Brunswick Square on the doorstep.

This property is on the market for £160,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.

By Eleanor Fullalove

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Friday 28 January 2022

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