Westrip Farmhouse

Offers in the region of £875,000

westrip farmhouse, redhouse lane, westrip, stroud, gl6 6ha

this impressive and substantial grade ii listed detached farmhouse with an annexe opportunity enjoys countryside walks from the door

The Property

This special grade II listed detached farmhouse is located opposite an AONB and on the fringes of a residential area with uninterrupted views across fields towards the Cotswold edge towards Uley. The substantial and well proportioned accommodation (4107 sq.ft.) is versatile, as it can be utilised as one large family home or as a main house with a one or two bedroom annexe area with separate living room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility and bathroom. This historic residence with a rectangular wooden bay runs through two storeys with crenelated parapets. has tales to tell due to the plethora of original features comprising: a fretwork porch, three attic dormers with ornamental bargeboards, two ranges of mullioned windows with glazing bars as well as open fireplaces, flagstone floors, window seats, and an abundance of exposed beams. The layout is clearly shown in the floor plan but points of interest include the magnificent stone inglenook fireplace in the formal dining room, a delightful stone bay in the drawing room, the original wash copper with ironing stone and bread oven all in the vaulted utility room, the meat bars and hooks in the second kitchen/breakfast room, high ceilings, the re-fitted bespoke kitchen/breakfast room with wood burner, the attic rooms (bedrooms or home offices) with roof timbers and the main annexe bedroom that has external steps leading down to its garden. There are some areas of this incredible property which require work and upgrading.

Outside

A high period Cotswold stone wall encompasses half the plot and wood panelled fencing the other half. Double wooden gates open onto a block paved drive which sweeps in front of the house to the side parking. To the front is a level lawn with a selection of trees and shrubs. Against the front wall is a flower bed with a variety of roses. The rear is divided into different rooms with paths meandering through each section. It comprises: a separate annexe garden, greenhouse, raised veg beds and fruit beds, a patio area with nature screening for privacy, a wild pond, a shed and lean to. A selection of trees and shrubs found throughout.

• Five/Six Bedrooms
• Two/Three Reception Rooms
• Kitchen/Breakfast Room
• Utility/Boot Room
• Annexe
• Walled Gardens
• Gated drive
• Ample Parking
• Total accommodation 4073 sq.ft.

Offers in the region of

£875,000

Within easy reach:
Stroud train station 2.1 miles
Stonehouse train station 2.5 miles
Cheltenham 15.5 miles
Gloucester 14.1 miles

Situation

A high period Cotswold stone wall encompasses half the plot and wood panelled fencing the other half. Double wooden gates open onto a block paved drive which sweeps in front of the house to the side parking. To the front is a level lawn with a selection of trees and shrubs. Against the front wall is a flower bed with a variety of roses. The rear is divided into different rooms with paths meandering through each section. It comprises: a separate annexe garden, greenhouse, raised veg beds and fruit beds, a patio area with nature screening for privacy, a wild pond, a shed and lean to. A selection of trees and shrubs found throughout.

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Floorplan

Useful Information

Tenure: Freehold
Postcode: GL6 6HA
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Whitaker Seager.
Fixtures and Fittings: Only those items mentioned are included. All other items are specifically excluded, although some may be available by separate negotiation if required.
Local Authorities: Stroud District. Council Tax Band G

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