9 of the most exciting Gloucestershire properties on the market in November 2022

From a house with a secret tunnel, to an estate where you can make your own wine, SoGlos's popular Gloucestershire property series uncovers nine of the most interesting properties on the market in our county right now.

By Eleanor Fullalove  |  Published
SoGlos uncovers the county’s most exciting properties for sale in the latest in our Gloucestershire property round-up series, sponsored by The Mortgage Brain.
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If rising interest rates have got you down, we hope our pick of the most exciting properties for sale across Gloucestershire this autumn 2022 helps restore your faith in finding something special.

In this latest instalment in SoGlos’s popular property series, sponsored by The Mortgage Brain, we uncover a vineyard, a medieval townhouse and an intriguing larch clad cabin, valued at £200,000 to £2,500,000.

Winner Hill Farm, Wotton-under-Edge

Set in 2.4 acres, including 1.6 acres of vines, this farmhouse in Wotton-under-Edge allows its owners to watch over their vineyard from the comfort of the main reception room with its spectacular full-height leaded window.

Aside from the opportunity to make your own wine, the traditional Cotswold stone property offers five bedrooms, two bathrooms, a study and a large garden with mature trees.

This property is on the market for £1,100,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.

Church Street, Tewkesbury

Taking its name from Dinah Craik’s novel ‘John Halifax, Gentlemen’, which is set in Tewkesbury, Craik House is a well-preserved medieval townhouse in the centre of Tewkesbury, spread overt three storeys and dating back to 1470.

As well as views towards Tewkesbury Abbey from many of the front rooms, the Grade II listed property benefits from three good-sized bedrooms, an inner hall, a cellar, an AGA and in better news yet, no onward chain.

This property is on the market for OIE £200,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.

Arundel Mill, Stroud

Located within walking distance of the town centre and station, this Cotswold stone cottage converted by Stroud Preservation Trust comes with private gardens, as well as beautiful shared grounds where residents can get together.

Inside, you'll find three bedrooms and two bathrooms, a rustic kitchen and a spacious sitting room, with exposed beams and slate flooring, plus allocated parking.

This property is on the market for £400,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.

Brierley, Forest of Dean

Originally built for Sir Francis Brain, an industrialist who pioneered the use of electricity in coal mining, the ten-bed Trafalgar House in Brierley could certainly do with updating.

The ballroom may be ripe for conversion, though you never know when the ‘secret tunnel’ might come in handy! Its three acres of land, annexe and outbuildings can surely be put to good use as well.

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

Wedgewood, Kemble

Offered for sale with its own private woodland, where children can build dens to their hearts’ content, this five-bedroom property in Kemble could make an ideal family home.

As well as having plenty of country walks on the doorstep, the village is lucky enough to have its own station too, where commuters can catch direct trains to London.

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

Mill Close, Blockley

This three-bedroom, Grade II-listed, end-of-terrace property in Blockley’s Mill Close forms part of the silk mills that once made the North Cotswold village prosperous.

Enjoying a secluded location, beautiful views and plenty of outdoor space, the new owners can focus their attention on modernising the interior, which is plenty light and bright.

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

Frampton Mansell, Sapperton

With the Golden Valley behind it, this larch clad cabin style property in Frampton Mansell has three double bedrooms, an open plan kitchen and living space with vaulted ceiling, plus bi-folding doors leading onto decking in the garden.

On top of that, the rural retreat has its own private gated driveway and the Jolly Nice farm shop lies within walking distance, while Cirencester is just 10 minutes’ drive.

This property is on the market for £595,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.

St Mary's Cottage, Painswick

You’d be hard pressed to improve upon the views from both the inside and outside of St Mary’s Cottage in Painswick, which overlooks the churchyard and its legendary yew trees.

Its charms don’t end there though, with the three-bed period property in Cotswold stone boasting high ceilings, sash windows and aged beams as well.

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

Querns House, Cirencester

Set in 1.6 acres of landscaped gardens, yet still within walking distance of Cirencester’s shops and restaurants, this five-bedroom Georgian townhouse combines the best of town and country.

But with a media room on the lower ground floor, plus a heated pool, built-in barbecue and pizza oven in the garden, you won’t be short of reasons to stay home.

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

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