A high quality and attractive Cotswold farm with a wonderful farmhouse at its heart
Lowesmoor Farm is an attractive and high quality principally arable farm set in the Cotswold AONB between Cirencester and Tetbury. It lies in a rural setting with the principal house, secondary house, cottages and buildings located in the heart of the farm.
At the heart of farm is Lowesmoor Farmhouse, a seven bedroom Grade II Listed farmhouse surrounded by delightful lawned gardens with flower borders and pond.
An Outstanding Grade II Listed Cotswold tithe barn and further traditional buildings, secondary farmhouse and two pairs of semi-detached cottages. There is modern grain storage and livestock buildings, about 847 acres of productive arable land together with about 64 acres of permanent pasture, interspersed with woods and copses.
This property has 939.32 acres of land.
Lowesmoor Farm lies about three-quarters of a mile north east of the village of Cherington and one and a half miles north west of the village of Rodmarton. The principal house, secondary farmhouse and modern and traditional buildings lie right at the heart of the farm, which is well accessed by rural lanes.
Excellent local amenities can be found in the market town of Cirencester, an important regional centre of the Cotswolds, only 7.8 miles to the east, of the desirable Cotswold town of Tetbury. The farm is well connected by road with country lanes linking to the A433 Cirencester to Tetbury road to the south and the A419 Cirencester to Stroud road to the north. From Cirencester, the A417 dual carriageway provides excellent access to the M4 and M5 motorways.
The nearest train station is at Kemble 6.9 miles to the south east, providing a direct train to London Paddington with an approximate journey time of one hour and twenty minutes.
From the North - From the A419, 5.8 miles east of Stroud and 8.9 miles west of Cirencester, at the crossroads to the Jolly Nice farm shop and the former White Horse Public House turn south, signposted Rodmarton 3 miles. Continue for about 0.8 miles until reaching a small crossroads where you turn right signed Cherington and Tetbury. Continue along this road until at a fork you see Lowesmoor Farm directly in front of you. Continue past the farm on the road to Cherington and after a short distance you will find the entrance to Lowesmoor Farmhouse on the left hand side, guarded by stone gate piers and a cattle grid.
From the South - From the A433 Cirencester to Tetbury Road, 4 miles east of Tetbury and 6 miles west of Cirencester take the turning for the north signed Rodmarton adjacent to a stone cottage guarded by a low level stone wall. Proceed north along this road passing the village of Rodmarton and on through open countryside. Eventually the road bears left at a junction signposted Frampton Mansell and continue for about another 100 yards before forking left beside a pair of stone cottages onto a lane signed as a gated road. Continue along this lane and you will see Lowesmoor Farm directly in front of you. On passing through the gates with a cattle grid you come to a 'T' junction adjacent to the buildings. Turn left and the entrance to Lowesmoor Farmhouse is found after about 150 yards on the left hand side guarded by stone gate piers and a cattle grid.Read all
- Grade II Listed seven bedroom farmhouse
- Delightful lawned gardens with flower borders and pond
- Grade II Listed Cotswold tithe barn and further traditional buildings
- Secondary farmhouse
- Two pairs of semi-detached cottages
- Modern grain store and livestock buildings
- About 847 acres of productive arable land
- About 63 acres of permanent pasture
- Woods and copses supporting a family shoot
- About 939.32 acres in total