A house of the moment
17th century origins; honeyed Cotswold stone house standing in landscaped gardens and overlooking its own scenic pastureland in the heart of a thriving village. Interiors thoroughly modernised for 21st century living. Over 7,000 sq ft of creatively designed rooms, each with a purpose in mind: everything you would expect to find in a house of this calibre - including large contemporary kitchen, formal dining, open fires and flagstone floors plus a wealth of well thought through extras, making it perfect for WFH and modern living; the ideal retreat or the best party (real or virtual).
Sweep in through the wrought iron gates to a self-contained, beautifully manicured, lavender trimmed garden. Wind your way past the heated outdoor pool and hot tub and up to the tennis court, new in 2017. Sit under the willow arbour and you are surrounded by fruit trees; or under the vine covered pergola to admire the established vineyard; step outside the kitchen door to find the herb garden and vegetable patch. South facing patios and terraces around the house for dining, entertaining or quiet moments next to the rose garden; and west facing at the top of the garden for a brilliant sunset view.
Rolling pastures of designated agricultural land in front and to the right of the main house. The land is fully fenced with easy vehicle access. It is registered with the Rural Protection Agency and used by a local farmer for grazing sheep under a Grazing Agreement.
This property has 11.63 acres of land.
Calveshill House has the best in local amenities, within the village itself and the surrounding Cotswold attractions . Chedworth is a thriving village community in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Seven Tuns pub is a short walk across your own fields and Chedworth Farm Shop at the top of the village. Good Cotswold pubs and local restaurants sit side by side with nationally acclaimed Barnsley House and Cowley Manor, both offering local spa membership opportunities.
Convenient to renowned independent and state schools.
Easy driving to A40, M4 and M5 for streamlined travel in all directions. Kingham and Kemble train stations with direct services to London Paddington.
Chedworth is signposted off the A429 (Fosse Way) about 6 miles south from the A40 Northleach intersection. Take the turning to Chedworth and Withington. This is Fields Road. After about 1 mile turn right, in front of the Village Hall. Turn next right after 100 yards past St. Andrew's Primary School to a junction. Cross over the staggered crossroads and drive down the lane marked with a no through road sign (this is Calveshill lane). Continue down the hill and as the road rises up turn left at the gravelled drive signposted "Calveshill House Visitors and Deliveries".Read all
- Superfast cable broadband with Gigaclear throughout the house. Additional wireless broadband in Coach House. Mobile tower in Chedworth allowing 5 bar cover with O2 mobile
- Large, bright Mark Wilkinson kitchen with AGA, flagstone heated floor; separate Boot Room for the wellies, Barbours and Belstaffs
- Imposing dining room, formal drawing room, cosy snug, clubbable library, hidden away TV room, 70s themed music room
- A full bar, complete with bar billiards table and outside shelter
- Hygge sauna and wet room; outdoor hot tub
- 5 double bedrooms including 500 sq. ft. bright, Versace themed, master bedroom with full en suite
- 4 modern bathrooms each with different features including free standing bathtub, corner baths and Italian walk in power showers. All with underfloor heating
- Coach House triple garage built for SUVs and 4x4s - ample space for field and garden toys. Upstairs, through its own front door, 44 ft. open plan space and separate wet room - laid out as home office and gym, but built with conversion to separate living space in mind.
- Heated outdoor swimming pool, sun terrace, tennis court
- 11.63 acres (including 10.2 acres agricultural land)
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