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

From a former dog café to a share in a Jacobean manor and a house with a helipad, SoGlos's Gloucestershire property series uncovers eight of the most exciting properties on the housing market right now.

By Eleanor Fullalove  |  Published
In this Gloucestershire property round-up series, in partnership with The Mortgage Brain, SoGlos uncovers the most exciting properties for sale across the county.
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Times may be tough in the property market, but with potential purchasers currently being offered everything from co-housing communities where they can help look after animals and organise festivals, to ‘once in a generation’ opportunities, it pays to keep your eyes peeled...

In this latest instalment in SoGlos’s popular property series, in partnership with The Mortgage Brain, we uncover the county's most exciting properties up for sale - including a former dog café, a Jacobean manor and a house with a helipad, valued at £399,950 to £20,000,000.

Sheepscombe near Stroud

As church conversions go, this three-bedroomed example near Stroud is one of the funkiest around, complete with double height ceiling, galleried landing and stunning master bedroom with ensuite on the mezzanine level.

Upstairs, a feature has been made of the original altar, which now forms part of the property’s reading room, while the original lancet windows flood the space with light from all directions.

This property is on the market for £850,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk

The Old Mill in Lower Slaughter

The Old Mill in Lower Slaughter, once voted 'Britain's Most Beautiful Village', is one of the most iconic buildings in the Cotswolds. Currently home to a café and retail space, planning permission has been granted to create two dwellings.

‘Once in a generation’ is how the agent has described the opportunity to acquire the mill, which dates back to 1086, along with various outbuildings and even a field accessed by a stone bridge.

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

Postlip Hall near Winchcombe

Like the idea of a period home, but not about to take on an entire Jacobean manor house? Then how about part of one… this four-bedroom home is one of eight separate homes set within the Grade I listed Postlip Hall.

As well as 15 acres of communal land to enjoy here, community is key, with leaseholders contributing to communal gardens, animals, estate and building maintenance, as well as music events and an annual beer festival!

This property is on the market for £550,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk

New Street in Painswick

For those who enjoy working from home, this Grade II listed terraced property offers residential accommodation, while also allowing the owners to run their own business at what was previously Painswick’s premier dog café.

Centrally located in the town known as ‘the Queen of the Cotswolds’, the building comprised of two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room and kitchen/diner, plus two café seating areas, customer WC and courtyard, has plenty of potential.

This property is on the market for £399,950. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk

High Street in Newnham-on-Severn

Looking a bit like a gingerbread house from the outside, this Victorian property offers three bedrooms and three reception rooms, including an impressive conservatory with parquet flooring and stained glass.

Alongside its original tiled flooring, the property has also retained original fireplaces and wooden floorboards, while outside, the garden at the rear reflects the Victorian style as well.

This property is on the market for £450,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk

Church Square in Stroud

If you’re looking for a new build, then a house within walking distance of Stroud’s famous farmer’s market definitely falls within the brief of ‘exciting Gloucestershire properties’.

This four-bedroom, two-bathroom home on Church Square is one of 12 properties in the colourful terrace, all of which have parking for two cars – not to mention a 10 year warranty.

This property is on the market for £495,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk

Edgeworth near Miserden

From the tree lined carriage drive to the helipad, via the butler’s pantry and the barrel-vaulted wine cellar, Edgeworth Manor has all the bells and whistles you might expect of a property priced at £20 million.

Such is the success of its restoration, even the cinema and indoor swimming pool don’t look out of place in this magnificent house, with original oak panelling, carved stone fireplaces, leaded windows and ornate ceilings.

This property is on the market for £20,000,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk

Oxford Walk in Cheltenham

Just off Cheltenham’s London Road is this oh-so stylish five-bedroom property, complete with a sunken terrace, a working bar and an independent annexe bringing in a significant income as an Airbnb.

Embracing technology, eco-features and luxuries like an instant hot water and sparkling water tap in the kitchen and quartz tiled shower in the bathroom, little wonder it’s been in the same ownership since its construction 16 years ago.

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

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