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Westonbirt Sawmill & Estate Yard, originally built we understand in the mid 1850’s for the then owner of Westonbirt House, is a unique development of seven conversions undertaken by Edward Blake Limited, a local development company which prides itself on building bespoke houses of great charm, individuality and to an exacting standard. The Bellcote with its œil de bœuf, is a delightful and spacious family house that retains many period features which enhances the overall charm. The well planned accommodation provides some 3455 sq. ft. of exquisite living space arranged over 2 floors, with the addition of a wine cellar below. Briefly the accommodation comprises an impressive dining hall with part vaulted ceiling, and a drawing room with large stone fireplace with fitted Jotul wood burner.
There is a superb kitchen breakfast room which features a full complement of fitted units, integrated appliances, AGA and walk-in pantry. The garden room offers a vaulted ceiling and double doors that open out to the rear courtyard garden, and in addition to the ground floor is a rear hallway and utility boot room with large cloaks cupboard and access to the carport. To the first floor is a lovely galleried sitting room, four bedrooms, two of which are en suite and a family bathroom. Throughout the property there has been a good use of oak and tiled flooring and excellent storage. Please note this property is listed by curtilage, Grade II.
Westonbirt is a charming small hamlet, within a Conservation Area, near the market town of Tetbury and it is also famed for the internationally renowned Arboretum, The Beaufort Polo Club, nearby Highgrove, the home of HRH Prince Charles and of course, Westonbirt school. Cirencester, Cheltenham, Bath, Bristol and M4 motorway are all within easy distance. Kemble station (11 miles) provides main line access to London-Paddington in 75 minutes.
To the rear, is a courtyard garden, a mainly terraced area surrounded by Cotswold stone walls with herbaceous borders. A larger garden is located to the front of the property and is enclosed by Cotswold stone walls. This garden has also been landscaped and is well stocked with specimen tress and shrubs, pathways and an area of level lawn. An archway to the side of the property provides access to a enclosed carport with personal door into the property. There is a further single carport opposite the property.
Kitchen Breakfast Room
First Floor Sitting Room
Four Bedrooms (Two En Suite)
Two Car Ports
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