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Under the Hill House is an exceptionally pretty and beautifully renovated Queen Anne style residence dating from the mid 18th century. The elegant facade also retains a charming octagon bell tower which is still working to this day. As you would expect, the Grade II listed house is bursting with exceptional and unique detailing much of which has been rejuvenated during the extensive renovations. The current owners were keen to preserve and enhance as much of the original architectural style as possible but have retained a comfortable ‘family home’ feel throughout which has been enhanced with 21st century lighting, heating and first class kitchens and bathrooms. The room proportions and abundance of light are excellent as the majority of rooms have two if not three large sash windows together with a host of interesting features including a stripped panelled study, 19th century staircase and a number of unique fireplaces throughout. Whilst the overall accommodation is generous at 6878 square feet it feels both usable and comfortable. The ground floor has three main reception rooms which all centre around the surprisingly large entrance hall and kitchen/breakfast room which creates a great ‘heart of the home’. The upper two floors offer six generous double bedrooms with well appointed bathrooms and excellent storage throughout. The useful wine store and loft are easily accessible.
Forming part of the main structure of the building is a fully independent annexe. This is an excellent space for a dependent relative or could alternatively provide a healthy income. It has completely independent access from the main dwelling but retains a number of link doors allowing multiple uses. This again is presented in good condition and offers flexibility in terms of layout depending on your needs. Property Ref: STR160219
Situated on a single track road less than half a mile from Wotton-under-Edge this property is a true edge of town house. The surrounding countryside is deemed an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the house is located within a conservation area. The surrounding countryside offers a number of the footpaths and bridle paths as well as the convenience of the facilities of Wotton-under-Edge which include a comprehensive selection of shops, bars, restaurants, supermarkets, post office as well as the local primary school and a number of other businesses. Schools in the area are also highly regarded and include Katherine Lady Berkeley Secondary School and Wycliffe College in Stonehouse.
Wotton under Edge is prized for its convenient access to the M5 motorway network via Junction 14 as well as its close relationship with the pretty market towns of Tetbury, Cirencester and spa town of Cheltenham and the City of Bristol.
The majority of the garden is laid to the front of the house which benefits both its orientation and also allows you to soak up the stunning facade of this property. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with some well stocked borders and well established hedges surrounding the garden. The adjacent land is owned by the National Trust and allows a beautiful vista encapsulating the charm of the English countryside. To the side of the property and getting the last of the evening sun is a further lawned garden and vegetable plot, which in turn leads to the shed, greenhouse and parking. The parking is accessed via the private drive and has recently been enlarged to incorporate parking for a number of cars.
Main House: Generous entrance hall and vestibule
kitchen / breakfast room
2 bathrooms (with planning permission to create a third bathroom)
substantial walk in loft space.
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