Guide Price - £1,300,000

Snowdrops, Camp Gardens,
Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire, GL54 1DQ

51°55′54″N , 001°43′12″W
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3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
2 Reception Rooms


Mains water, electricity and drainage.
Air source heat pump.
Underfloor heating on ground floor.
Private soakaway for excess rainwater.

An attractive Cotswold stone house in the ever-popular Stow-on-the-Wold


Snowdrops forms one of four attractive Cotswold stone houses, in a luxury development on the edge of Stow-on-the-Wold. Built by specialist developer, Sobry Beak, Snowdrops has been expertly crafted and sustainably built; the result being a home that provides a compelling mix of fresh, light and modern spaces with close attention being made to ensure that local suppliers and materials were used for the majority of the build. It is clear that the attention to detail is second to none, and that Sobry Beak have combined their expertise of the property landscape to create this stunning home that very suits modern day, family living. This attractive property, with its high end interiors forms a perfect balance of town and country living in the Cotswolds.


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All units are handmade and hand painted
Siemens appliances
Range cooker
Quooker Fusion boiling tap

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Siemens washing machine & tumble dryer
Perrin & Rowe taps

CP Hart

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Down-lights and provisions for pendant lighting

Air Source Heat Pump Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) system
Ground floor - Underfloor heating
First floor - Radiators
Log burner - Chesneys : Salisbury 5 series

Ground floor - Wooden floor
Kitchen & Pantry - Stone floor
First floor - Carpets
Bath/shower rooms - Tiles

Landscaped garden
Outside water tap
Outside electrical point

Double garage
Electrical vehicle charging point


The highest of the Cotswold towns, Stow-on-the-Wold is a quintessential English town. Mellow Cotswold stone houses, shops and hotels are surrounded by pretty villages and rolling countryside. This historic wool town is known for its market square, its antique shops and its great selection of traditional pubs, inns and restaurants – making it a wonderful place to live.

There are a whole host of superb places to eat in Stow, with just two examples including Old Butchers and The Porch House.

Picturesque villages such as Lower Slaughter. Upper Slaughter, Broadwell, the Oddingtons and Kingham are just a handful of the wonderful villages in the immediate area.

Set amidst a working organic farm, the world famous Daylesford Organic is only 3.5 miles to the east of Stow. You can’t get much closer to the source than in their farmshop which is stocked with fruit and vegetables harvested daily from their market garden, pasture-raised meat from their own farms, artisan bread from their bakery and award-winning cheese from the creamery.

If this wasn’t enough, Soho Farmhouse is within striking distance as are some of the area’s most fantastic pubs and restaurants; three of which include the recently refurbished Fox in Oddington, The Wild Rabbit at Kingham and Kings Head at Bledington.

Cheltenham would be the nearest large town and provides broader shopping and recreational needs. This edge-of-Cotswolds spa town is hard to beat for refined elegance and Regency terraces, annual festivals, premier schools and racecourse. There is a fortnightly farmers market, shops and restaurants all surrounded by glorious countryside. Cheltenham has previously been selected by The Sunday Times newspaper as one of the best places to live in Britain. The Promenade is considered to be one of the most beautiful thoroughfares in the country, with its tree lined avenue flanked by smart shops and cafés. Cheltenham is home to a number of festivals, the most notable being the world renowned, Cheltenham Festival - a highlight in the National Hunt Season, it provides an unrivalled atmosphere.

There is a good selection of schools, both state and private in the area as well as a choice of train stations at both Moreton in Marsh (4.6 miles) and Kingham (5.1 miles).

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Area (Approx)

2,367 sq ft / 219.8 sq m


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