Berrymans is an attractive stone built detached home with origins believed to date back to the 18th century with additions added in more recent years. The two eras combine beautifully, with the traditional style Cotswold stone principally being the form that you see to the front. Undeniably charming, Berrymans offers well-presented accommodation arranged over two floors. At circa 2,500 Sq ft in total, the property offers excellent proportions with a unique floorplan that offers flexible living arrangements. Entrance is gained through a spacious reception hall which opens to the principal reception rooms. The sitting room is a lovely room with beamed ceilings and an impressive Cotswold stone fireplace fitted with a wood burning stove. A door opens onto a south facing sun terrace which further leads to the beautiful gardens. The kitchen/breakfast room is an excellent space fitted with a range of units and an oil-fired double Aga. A door leads from the kitchen onto the rear garden. A separate dining room compliments the reception space, a utility/boot room and cloakroom complete the accommodation on this floor. The first-floor level is reached via two separate staircases, each one leads to two double bedrooms and a bathroom. The master bedroom en suite has a dressing area with a range of fitted wardrobes. Situation
Much of the charm of Berrymans is due to its location, at the heart of the quintessential village of Elkstone. Located between Cheltenham and Cirencester, this picturesque Cotswold village sits in the heart of the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with Berrymans set on a quiet lane enjoying the most tranquil position. Elkstone itself is a working village with life centering around a 12th Century church and a village hall. There are exceptional pubs within the local area including nearby Cockleford with the reputable Green Dragon Pub and neighbouring Cowley with beautiful Cowley Manor. Berrymans is within easy access to both the market town of Cirencester and Regency Cheltenham about 7 miles away respectively. Cirencester is known as the Queen of the Cotswolds with a wide selection of boutique shops and restaurants. Cheltenham is the main regional centre and is within a short drive, providing extensive shopping, cultural and recreational facilities. Playing host to several highly acclaimed festivals including Literary, Food and Jazz. Cheltenham is particularly well regarded for its exceptional schools including The Cheltenham Ladies College, Cheltenham College and Dean Close. Marsden is sited well for access to a wider range of schools within the further area of Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire. Oxford and Swindon are within a sustainable daily commute. Despite Berrymans quiet location there are easy links to the A40 / M40 to the east and the M4 to the south, giving fast access to Oxford, London and the South East. The property also enjoys good communications to the M5, Junction 11A. There are fast direct trains which run from Kemble Station to London Paddington (about 75 minutes) with equally easy access to Heathrow. The house itself is well located for sporting facilities and country pursuits. Of worthy note is the walking landscape, which depicts the quintessential Cotswold countryside that this area is so well regraded for. The National Hunt racing at Cheltenham is a major event. With polo at Cirencester, hunting with the Cotswold Hounds, golf at Cheltenham, Cirencester and Naunton and water sports at the Cotswold Water Park providing further outdoor quests. Outside
Berrymans is accessed through a double five bar gate and onto the gravel drive, leading to parking area and the house. At the head of the drive there is a former, stone built garage which has been converted into a home office/studio. A gate leads from the parking area to a walled garden area where there is a south facing sunken terrace from which steps leas to a further paved seating area, ideal for al fresco dining. The main garden lies to the rear of the house. There is a wide paved terrace bordering the rear of the house with low Cotswold stone walls and mature hedging subdivided by an arched trellis. The remaining garden is mature and well stocked with a variety of fruit trees in orchard style. There is a greenhouse. Services
Mains water and electricity are connected. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating, high speed broadband connected. Local authority
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