75 Hampnett, Cheltenham
Located in the picturesque village of Hampnett, in the heart of the Cotswolds, is this wonderful family home. Believed to date back to the 1800’s, 75 Hampnett has a warm and inviting feel, with generously proportioned rooms - ideally suited for a family and modern day living. The property has been sympathetically modernised over the years to create the most wonderful home; it is clear that close attention has been made to ensure that the property retains a clear relationship with the area.
Highlights include a beautifully appointed kitchen/breakfast room with Aga and large island. A door opens onto a raised terrace which provides the most wonderful space for outside dining and entertaining. 75 Hampnett enjoys south easterly views over the village green and attractive countryside beyond from both inside and out. The four bedroom, three bath/shower room (of which two are en-suite) makes for comfortable family living. Much like the ground floor, the quality of craftmanship and attention to detail is evident throughout, with each bedroom and bath/shower room very much having their own individual feel. The main bedroom is particularly impressive, having a great deal of built-in storage and en-suite bathroom.
Mostly laid to lawn, the garden is framed by a variety of shrubs and plants which are not only full of colour in the summer months but provide a great deal of privacy. The current owners built an attractive summerhouse adjacent to the house which provides the most wonderful space to entertain. The gravel drive offers ample parking and there is an additional useful shed.
The delightful Cotswold town of Northleach is only one mile to the east. The streets in and around the ancient Market Place are rich in architectural interest ranging from half-timbered buildings and merchants’ houses dating from the 15th and 16th centuries, to the great House of Correction built at the crossroads in the 18th century. Walking through the town you can see reminders of the great days of the wool trade. Funded by wool merchants, the impressive church of St Peter and St Paul was built and remains one of the finest examples of the Cotswold perpendicular style. The Town Centre (Market Place) is compact and completely unspoilt, having changed little since 1500, except for more ‘recent’ additions of the late 16th and 17th century buildings, which split apart to form The Green.
Most of the shops in Northleach are owned by independent proprietors – here you will find something for everyone. Northleach has a number of establishments offering quality accommodation plus a variety of places to eat and public houses.
Northleach is within easy reach of Oxford, Cheltenham, Stow-on-the-Wold and Cirencester which all provide more comprehensive shopping and recreational needs.
There are a number of state and private schools in the area, with schools in Burford, Bourton-on-the-Water, Kingham and Cokethorpe, along with the Oxford schools including the Dragon School, Magdalen College School and St. Edwards School. There are a host of others nearby including St Hughes Prep School, Hatherop Castle School along with Cheltenham Ladies’ College, Cheltenham College and Dean Close in Cheltenham.
Road communications are fantastic to the A40 which in turn provides access to London, and the M5 to the west
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