3,420 sq ft / 317.7 sq m
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 3AT
On the edge of the most fantastic Cotswold village.
4 Reception Rooms
Mainswater, electricity and drainage.
Oilfired central heating
Naunton is a superb village, made up of beautiful houses on the Windrush River and renowned for its thriving community that supports a pub, church, village hall, cricket club, golf club as well as a number of further clubs and societies. The village is also well known for the strong connection to the racing world being home to prestigious trainers Ben Pauling and Nigel Twiston-Davies, the latter having trained winners of the Cheltenham Gold Cup and Grand National.
The neighbouring, Guiting Power, is a typical Cotswold village made up of russet-coloured houses clustered round a sloping green. This delightful village is a fascinating example of the unconscious harmony created by Cotswold masons over the centuries. The cottages, shops and inns are all beautifully cared for. The Farmers Arms in the village and the Hollow Bottom Inn on the road leading to Winchcombe form welcome breaks on a number of glorious walks that can be taken in this area.
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.
Near Naunton is the Cotswolds Farm Park with many interesting breeds of animal and is a favourite destination of families. Places to visit close-bye include Winchcombe and Sudely Castle, the popular village of Broadway, the old market town of Stow-on-the -Wold and its many antique shops, the village of Bourton-on-Water as well as the many surrounding idylic Cotswold villages and inns.
There are a number of state and private schools in the area, with schools in 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 Kitebrook Prep School, 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.
Greystones, NauntonAbout this home
Located in an elevated position, on the edge of the ever-popular village of Naunton and over-looking picturesque countryside is this superb family home. Built in 1968, with later additions, notably a major extension and remodelling which was completed in 2012/2013 by the current owners, Greystones has a warm and inviting feel, with generously proportioned rooms – ideally suited for a family and modern day living. The four bedroom, four bath/shower room (of which two are en-suite) makes for comfortable family living and much like the ground floor, the bedrooms are all very light. The main bedroom being particularly impressive, having a great deal of built-in storage and en-suite bath/shower room.
There are a number of key highlights to living at this wonderful property. The main ones are:
The stylish, bespoke kitchen/breakfast room is of the highest quality and includes integrated appliances.
Doors open off the kitchen/breakfast room onto a terrace, creating a seamless link between the inside and out. The terrace is a wonderful space for those who enjoy outside dining and entertaining.
The accommodation flows well and offers a great deal of versatility, there is an office on the ground floor, perfect for those who have a requirement to work from home.
As well as the large driveway, there is a garage that provides further parking.
The garden is mostly laid to lawn and interspersed with a variety of trees, shrubs and established flower beds.
Located with a thriving village that supports a pub, church, village hall, cricket club, golf club as well as a number of further clubs and societies.
The towns of Cheltenham, Stow-on-the-Wold and Bourton-on-the-water are a short drive away and offer a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants as well as a number of sporting activities.
The area is well renowned for not only having some of the most idyllic villages, but also some of the most fantastic pubs and restaurants the area has to offer.
The surrounding countryside is breath-taking and is perfect for those who enjoy walking, riding and cycling to name some of the activities on offer.
3,420 sq ft / 317.7 sq m
Learn more about the house & area with your local expert, Ben.
Ben is a country house specialist, based in the Cotswolds, where he has operated for a number of years having previously worked for Strutt & Parker. Here, he focuses on selling properties across some of the most desirable addresses in the region. In 2020, Ben co-founded The Country House Department with Andrew Russell.