Cotswolds

Kingscote House, Kingscote

Guide price - £2,350,000
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Area (approx)
4177 sq ft / 388 sq m

Kingscote House, Kingscote
Nr Tetbury, Gloucestershire GL8 8XY

An exceptional country house located in a picturesque village setting close to Tetbury.

Layout

5 Bedrooms
5 Bathrooms
5 Reception Rooms

Services

Mains water, electricity and private drainage
Oil fired central heating
Fibre Broadband to the house
EV charging point

The AreaAbout this area

Kingscote House is situated in the picturesque village of Kingscote, which lies to the west of Tetbury, amidst some of the Cotswolds most attractive and unspoilt countryside. Nestled on the south western edge of the Cotswold hills, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Kingscote is a particularly classic village characterised by pretty period cottages and houses, and a fabulous Church.

Nearby Tetbury and Nailsworth have a good range of everyday shops and  an excellent range of specialist boutiques and delicatessens. Bath, Bristol, Swindon, Cheltenham and Gloucester are the main regional centres and are all within daily commuting distance. Junction 18 of the M4 is about 10 miles distant and there are direct services to London Paddington from Chippenham or Kemble, the former scheduled to take from 60 minutes.

Gloucestershire is renowned for its excellent selection of state and independent schools. Local private schools include Beaudesert Park, Kings School, Wycliffe College, Cheltenham College, Cheltenham Ladies College, Westonbirt and Bath schools. Additionally, there are a number of local state schools including three highly regarded Grammar Schools, Stroud High and Marling School in Stroud, and Pate’s Grammar School in Cheltenham.

Kingscote House, KingscoteAbout this home

Kingscote House is an exceptional country house located in the picturesque village of Kingscote, near Tetbury. This distinguished property exudes timeless elegance and offers a remarkable blend of classical architecture and luxurious living spaces in a captivating situation overlooking the charming church.

The beautifully landscaped gardens of Kingscote House are a true testament to the beauty of its idyllic position next to the church. The property benefits from manicured lawns, vibrant flowerbeds, and an array of mature trees, creating an enchanting backdrop.

HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:

Approached from the village lane, Kingscote House commands an impressive presence, showcasing a stunning façade. The symmetrical design, adorned with intricate detailing, exudes classical charm and reflects the property’s rich heritage.

The heart of the home lies in the spacious kitchen, a haven for culinary enthusiasts. Featuring bespoke ‘John Randall’ cabinetry, top-of-the-line appliances, and a central island, it effortlessly blends functionality with style.

The ground floor boasts an array of elegant reception rooms, perfect for both formal entertaining and intimate gatherings.

Five generously proportioned bedrooms all of which are en-suite.

The gardens, which have been beautifully landscaped, and are a haven of peace and tranquillity.

A sun-drenched terrace, located to the rear of the house, provides a perfect setting for outside entertaining, with a with an impressive outdoor kitchen including a Big Green Egg and an elegant water feature.

Well- appointed coach house offers versatile ancillary accommodation.

A double garage and gravel driveway provides ample parking all set behind electric gates.

Full planning permission is in place to convert the cellar and a ground floor extension linking the drawing room and conservatory.

The surrounding Cotswold countryside provides a picturesque backdrop, with its rolling hills, charming villages, and endless opportunities for outdoor pursuits.

 

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AREA (APPROX)

4177 sq ft / 388 sq m

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Further information

Learn more about the house & area with your local expert, Ian.

Ian Daniels

Ian is a highly experienced prime country house specialist, having worked in the Cotswolds and Wiltshire for a number of years for Butler Sherborn and Strutt & Parker. Ian grew up and was educated in Wiltshire before moving to the Cotswolds in 2004 after a career as an Officer in the British Army. Ian prides himself on being able to adapt to the challenges every sale poses.