The Old Vicarage, Corse
8633 sq ft / 802 sq m
The Old Vicarage, Church Lane
Corse, Gloucestershire, GL19 3BX
A handsome, Grade II Listed former Georgian vicarage, set in approximately 30.34 acres with superb equestrian facilities
5 Reception Rooms
Main House – Private water
Coach House and Outbuildings – Mains water
Oil fired central heating
Corse is a small village situated near the eastern edge of Gloucestershire, close to the border with Worcestershire. The village is surrounded by rolling hills, lush green fields, and picturesque farmland, typical of the area. Conveniently positioned, Corse enjoys proximity to larger towns and cities. Just 7.2 miles to the south lies Gloucester, a vibrant hub of culture. Here, visitors can immerse themselves in a lively artistic scene, exploring a diverse range of museums, art galleries, and theatres. The docks area, with its inviting quayside shops and restaurants, stands as a testament to Gloucester’s maritime past, buzzing with activity. A short drive away lies the vibrant city of Cheltenham, offering beautiful regency architecture. Cheltenham is renowned for its internationally acclaimed Cheltenham Festival, a highlight of the horse racing calendar that draws visitors from near and far. Its tree-lined promenades, vibrant gardens, and stylish boutiques contribute to the town’s reputation as a spa haven, offering a harmonious blend of culture and leisure. The area has a selection of schools, both state and private. Notably, Hartpury University and Hartpury College, a mere 3.2 miles to the south, is well-regarded for their emphasis on sports, animal sciences, and practical education. Additionally, transportation options are readily available, with convenient access to train stations in Cheltenham Spa (13.5 miles) and Gloucester (7.1 miles). Corse benefits from its proximity to the motorway network, easily accessible via the M5 and M52 routes.
The Old Vicarage, CorseAbout this home
The Old Vicarage stands as a testament to the elegance of Georgian architecture. Its symmetrical design and handsome façade are just two of the magnificent features. This Grade II Listed former Georgian vicarage was originally constructed circa 1770 for the esteemed Reverend R. Gregg. A blend of Flemish Bond and English brick construction, the house emanates the timeless charm of the Georgian era. Offering a generously proportioned living space spanning across four floors, the house is a both elegant and functional. Everything here is about scale and the outside is no different. The garden wraps around the property with views over the paddock to the front. The equestrian facilities are superb and include a substantial stable yard with arena and horse walker. In all, there is approximately 30.34 acres in total.
8633 sq ft / 802 sq m
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