The Court, Broadway

OIEO - £3,500,000

Area (approx)
5,441 Sq Ft / 505.5 Sq M

The Court, Snowshill Road
Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7JS

An important and charming Grade II* Listed house with outstanding gardens and magnificent views.


7 Bedrooms
4 Bath/Shower rooms
5 Reception rooms
1 Carport
6.64  Acres
1 Garden and machinery store
1 Workshop
1 Green House
1 Bothy
1 Woodstore


Mains electricity, water and gas are connected.
Pureflow 6 wastewater treatment system.
Telephone line subject to BT transfer regulations

The AreaBroadway

Broadway, nestled in the picturesque Cotswolds, is a charming large village exuding timeless beauty and quintessential English charm. With its honey-coloured buildings, Broadway is arguably one of the most beautiful villages in the Cotswolds. The village is renowned for its iconic High Street, lined with boutique shops, galleries, tearooms, restaurants and pubs; all of which create a delightful atmosphere for locals and visitors alike. Additionally there is a biannual Arts Festival, a horticultural show, equestrian eventing and more.

The area offers a number of excellent schools, both state and private as well as a wealth of natural beauty and historical sites. Broadway Tower, a prominent local landmark, provides panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. Nearby attractions like Snowshill Manor and Hidcote Manor Garden showcase the rich history and heritage of the region, making Broadway an ideal destination for those seeking a blend of tranquillity and cultural exploration.

The larger centres of Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon are within easy reach. Cheltenham (15 miles) is a Regency spa town known for its elegance and cultural vibrancy. Renowned for its annual Cheltenham Festival, a highlight in the horse racing calendar, the town attracts visitors from far and wide.

Stratford-upon-Avon is steeped in literary and theatrical history. Best known as the birthplace of William Shakespeare, the town exudes a timeless charm with its half-timbered buildings and picturesque streets.

Visitors can explore the well-preserved Tudor architecture of Shakespeare’s birthplace and the Royal Shakespeare Theatre stands as a testament to the enduring legacy of the Bard.

The Court, BroadwayAbout this home

Constructed around 1600 as the gatehouse to Broadway Court, which was later demolished, The Court stands as a Grade II* Listed architectural gem, recognised for its historical significance. The renowned Cotswold architect, Sir Guy Dawber, oversaw an extensive restoration and expansion at the turn of the 20th Century. Crafted from the warm hues of Cotswold stone, complemented by a traditional stone roof, the property boasts many period features including attractive mullion windows adorned with leaded lights. Having undergone substantial renovation, The Court has been modernised by the current owners to a very high standard – ensuring a harmonious blend of historic charm and contemporary comfort.

Designed by the world-acclaimed landscape designer, horticulturist, and writer Dan Pearson, the enchanting gardens are nestled in a private sanctuary behind a stone wall, bordered on one side by an impressive topiary yew tunnel. Within the formal gardens are well-stocked herbaceous borders, a kitchen garden with raised beds and fruit cages, a parterre and an extensive south-facing lawn. The gardens offer breath-taking views of the gently rolling Cotswold countryside, adjacent to the historic Norman church of St. Eadburgha’s. A small stream runs along the western end of the lawn, leading to two paddocks accessible from a nearby lane. One of these paddocks has a beautiful wildlife lake.

The owners of The Court have right of way over part of the track to the north of the property to access the garden and paddocks.

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5,441 Sq Ft / 505.5 Sq M


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Ben Bentley

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.