Date: July 2017

A ‘FESTIVAL’ OF NEW PROPERTIES IN THE COTSWOLDS AVAILABLE FROM BUTLER SHERBORN

  • Six great Cotswold homes new on the market from £550,000 to £1.95m
  • All well located for a festival of fun and entertainment across the region

Summer in the Cotswolds means festival fun for all, and whether you’re eight or 80 and interested in classic culture, country crafts or the more culinary, there’s a feast of festivals to enjoy.

The Old Rectory, Westonbirt (2)
Hawling Hse, Hawling (3)
Fox Hse, Little Coxwell (2)
Loxley House, Broadwell, Glos -         
£1.875m
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Can Court Barn, Ampney St Peter, Glos - £1.85m
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Manor Farm House, Hornton, Oxon -
£1.5m
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Dutton Hse, Curbridge (2)
Dutton Hse, Curbridge (2)
Dutton Hse, Curbridge (2)
Medlar Bank, Cold Aston, Glos -  
  £975,000

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1782 Arlington Green, Bibury, Glos -
£595,000

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Inns Keep, Milton under Wychwood, Oxon £550,000
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All musical tastes are catered for: World Music at WOMAD near Malmesbury, Grace Jones and The Two Door Cinema Club at The Wilderness Festival near Charlbury, or the Battle Proms Picnic Concert at Blenheim, both in Oxfordshire.
For the junior festival-goer, Marshall from Paw Patrol is making an appearance at The Big Feastival near Kingham in August, while for a more regional theme, how about the celebration of Cotswold life, crafts and heritage on display at the Stow Cotswold Festival, Stow-on-the-Wold?

And whether your preference is for beer or cider, have a pint at the Frocester Beer Festival and Witcombe Cider Festival, both in August, while for foodies there’s the Broadway Food Festival in September. See selection below.

Loxley House, Broadwell, Gloucestershire, GL56 0TL - £1.95million
The Old Rectory, Westonbirt (2) The Old Rectory, Westonbirt (1)
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An elegant house originating from the 19th century with superb gardens, located on the edge of a quintessential Cotswold village green and set in just under an acre.  The impressive re-design has captured the traditional character of Cotswold architecture, while re-modelling the interior gives a contemporary feel.  The ground floor includes a reception hall with classic stone staircase, marble floor, stone fireplace and galleried landing, a drawing room leading to a garden room with a wood burner and French doors to the terrace, a dining room, study, an Edwin Loxley kitchen/breakfast/ family room, utility room and a cloakroom.  The first floor includes a master bedroom with bath and shower room, guest bedroom with shower room, and a third bedroom with bath and shower room.  There are two further bedrooms and a shower room on the second floor.

Re-landscaping has created stunning grounds with lawns interspersed by trees, a large south-facing terrace, ideal for entertaining, and a double garage.
Loxley House brochure
Guide price: £1.95million
Butler Sherborn - Stow on the Wold - 01451 830731

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Can Court Barn, Ampney St Peter, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 5SQ - £1.85million

Hawling Hse, Hawling (3) Hawling Hse, Hawling (1)
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Can Court Barn is a contemporary barn conversion for relaxed family living, while retaining period features such as original timbers and stone floors.  The property is finished to an exceptionally high standard, and includes a well-designed garden, private walled courtyard, detached three bedroom annex, paddocks, pasture, fishing stream, garaging and gym.  The ground floor comprises a drawing room with fireplace, vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and full height glass windows and French doors, a kitchen/dining room, three double bedrooms (one en-suite), a utility room, cloakroom and boot room.  On the first floor a wide galleried landing leads to the master bedroom with en-suite showroom and a further guest bedroom suite.  Can Court Barn sits in just over 7 acres of land.
Can Court Barn brochure
Guide price: £1.85million
Butler Sherborn - Cirencester - 01285 883740

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Manor Farm House, Hornton, Oxfordshire, OX15 6DE - £1.5million

Fox Hse, Little Coxwell (2) Fox House, Little Coxwell, Oxon - £1
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This is an exceptional opportunity to create a superb country house within 11.5 acres of land, close to the North Oxfordshire village of Hornton.  The proposed ground floor accommodation would give large reception rooms, a spacious hall, drawing room with commanding views, a formal dining room, intimate snug, large kitchen/breakfast room, utility, cloakroom, boot room and a separate office.  The first floor offers a master bedroom suite and three further en-suite bedrooms, a fourth bedroom and family bathroom.  The property will stand in around 1.5 acres that includes gardens which wrap around the house, formal terraces, a gravelled driveway and separate stable yard.  There are also 10 acres of fields with far reaching views.
Manor Farm House brochure

Guide price: £1.5million
Butler Sherborn - Stow on the Wold - 01451 830731

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Medlar Bank, Cold Aston, Gloucestershire, GL54 3BJ - £975,000
Dutton Hse, Curbridge (2) Dutton Hse, Curbridge (1)
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Set in an acre of land and adjoining open countryside, this charming and well-appointed Cotswold stone house comes with planning permission to extend.  Currently featuring a kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room, conservatory, hall/study, cloakroom, three double bedrooms and a family bathroom, the proposed accommodation would increase the overall size while adding further living accommodation plus a double garage and office.  The redesigned gardens and grounds include an orchard and terrace for entertaining.
Medlar Bank brochure
Guide price: £975,000
Butler Sherborn - Stow on the Wold - 01451 830731

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1782 Arlington Green, Bibury, Gloucestershire, GL7 5NE - £595,000
Dutton Hse, Curbridge (2) Dutton Hse, Curbridge (1)
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An attractive Grade II Listed Cotswold house set back from the village green in Bibury, which was discovered by William Morris and called it “the most beautiful village in England”.  The property has been sympathetically restored and refurbished to a very high standard.  The ground floor comprises a hall, sitting room with open fireplace, kitchen/dining room with Aga, and cloakroom.  There are two en-suite double bedrooms on the first floor and a twin room with en-suite shower room on the second floor.  To the rear is a pretty, lawned garden and terrace, as well as a garden store and private driveway parking.
1782 Arlington Green brochure
Guide price: £595,000
Butler Sherborn - Burford - 01993 822325

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Inns Keep, Milton Under Wychwood, Oxfordshire, OX7 6LF - £550,000
Dutton Hse, Curbridge (2) Dutton Hse, Curbridge (1)
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This updated, Grade II listed traditional Cotswold stone property offers period charm coupled with contemporary features.  An entrance porch leads into a dining/sitting room with exposed beams, stone walls and an Inglenook fireplace with open fire.  Beyond is the study/playroom, which can be used as a guest bedroom.  The well-equipped kitchen/breakfast room has Bi-fold doors leading into the garden and outdoor entertaining space.  The first floor offers two double bedrooms, a family bathroom and small laundry room.  The master bedroom suite, with vaulted ceiling, exposed roof timbers and wet room is on the second floor.  The low maintenance garden is enclosed by a traditional Cotswold stone wall.
Inns Keep brochure
Guide price: £550,000
Butler Sherborn - Burford - 01993 822325

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A selection of the many Cotswold festivals, this summer:

The Cheltenham Music Festival
Saturday July 1- Sunday July 16
One of the oldest music festivals in Britain, held annually in since 1945.
http://www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/music/

Stow Cotswold Festival
Saturday, July 15
A celebration of Cotswold life, crafts and heritage in Stow-on-the-Wold.
www.stowcotswoldfestival.com

Battle Proms Picnic Concert
Saturday, July 22
A summer celebration with music, fireworks, Spitfire, cannons and cavalry at Blenheim Palace. www.battleproms.com

WOMAD Festival
Thursday to Sunday, July 27-30
Charlton Park, Malmesbury
Founded in 1980, the World of Music, Arts and Dance is still going strong.
www.womad.co.uk

Wilderness Festival
Thursday to Sunday, August 3-6
Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire
www.wildernessfestival.com

Festival of British Eventing
Friday to Sunday, August 4-6
Gatcombe Park
incorporating the British Open, Intermediate and Novice Championships, as well as the Amateur Championship, The Corinthian Cup.
www.gatcombe-horse.co.uk

The Big Feastival
Friday to Sunday, August 25-27
Alex James's Farm, Kingham
www.thebigfeastival.com

Frocester Beer Festival
Friday & Saturday, August 25-26
Festival opens on the Friday at 2pm
www.frocesterbeerfestival.com

Witcombe Cider Festival
Saturday & Sunday, August 26-27
Organisers are promising the biggest and best festival yet.
www.witcombeciderfestival.co.uk

Broadway Food Festival
Sunday, September 10, 10am-4pm
Broadway Village Green
Featuring artisan food producers, cooking demos by local chefs and delicious food to go.
www.broadway-cotswolds.co.uk/food-festival

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Note to editors:
The Cotswolds
The Cotswolds are located in the heart of England and within the counties of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Wiltshire.  It is the largest designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in England and Wales, and very roughly starts to the east of Gloucester and Cheltenham in the west, runs up to just below Evesham in the north, includes parts of West Oxfordshire where Burford is known as the Gateway to the Cotswolds, and south to the Cotswold Water Park a few miles beyond Cirencester, the former Roman city and Capital of the Cotswolds.

With excellent road and rail communications - London, Bristol and Birmingham are all within an hour by train - the area has become popular with those moving out of the city or wanting second homes to escape at weekends.

  • For further information about Butler Sherborn, please visit butlersherborn.co.uk or telephone the relevant office:
  Cirencester 01285 883740
  Burford 01993 822325
  Oxford 01865 510000
  Stow on the Wold 01451 830731
  Wantage 01235 772299

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