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8 of the most exciting properties for sale in Gloucestershire in June – Homes and Gardens

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We all know that properties for sale tend to be at their best in the summer, so June is a great time to arrange viewings, go see gardens and let the sunny weather make the whole process more fun for you. everybody.

In this latest installment of SoGlos’ property series, discover a handful of the hottest properties on the market this month, covering towns and villages from Cheltenham to Purton, Lechlade and Gloucester.


1. The Park, Cheltenham

Once upon a time, Cheltenham developers planned to create a zoo in Cheltenham Park – and the gateway to it was this striking property remembered as the ‘Zoo Keepers’ House’. Ultimately, the University of Gloucestershire moved in instead.

However, the latest plans for No 2 The Park will transform the villa into a stunning five bedroom home, allowing for a top floor master bedroom with access to the lookout tower overlooking Cheltenham and surrounding areas.

This property is on the market for £1,400,000. For the full list, visit rightmove.co.uk.


2. Doughton Manor, Tetbury

If a dining room and a wood-paneled living room are among your must-haves, Doughton Manor has both. The Elizabethan mansion built in 1594 has also graced the pages of glossy magazines on several occasions.

As well as five main bedrooms, four bathrooms, a pantry, pantry and cellar, you will also have a stone barn, a shed and 4.8 acres of land, with an enclosed garden, an old swimming pool and grass enclosures for your £4,000,000.

This property is on the market for £4,000,000. For the full list, visit rightmove.co.uk.


3. Coln Park, Lechlade

Located in the Coln Park Estate near Lechlade, this modern four-bedroom waterfront property has great views – enjoy them in bed, in the bath, as well as on the balcony, large enough for the family and friends can eat together outside.

Residents can also take advantage of Coln Park’s private leisure and spa complex, sailing club and tennis courts. Boasting 24-hour security and concierge service, this rural retreat might even appeal to the UK’s biggest National Lottery winner.

This property is on the market for £3,350,000. For the full list, visit rightmove.co.uk.


4. Woodd Farm, Huntley

Currently used as a holiday rental, bringing in £80,000 a year, this quirky barn conversion has five bedrooms (one en-suite and one with a balcony) and an outside seating area with a feature light made from bodywork of Jaguar S-type car.

Incidentally, fixtures and fittings may be included in the sale, subject to separate negotiation. However, the sauna and whirlpool will be added… which should be a big party when it sells.

This property is on the market for £825,000. For the full list, visit rightmove.co.uk.


5. Waterfinders Cottage, Meysey Hampton

Dowsers Cottage in the village of Meysey Hampton in the Cotswold Hills is the very definition of ‘box of chocolates’, right down to the roses growing above the door – and thanks to the exposed beams and flagstone floor to the inside, its charms do not end there.

In addition to its two double bedrooms, its kitchen-dining room and its living room, the property benefits from an enclosed south-facing garden, which allows complete privacy. And for families, the local primary school has been rated exceptional by Ofsted.

This property is on the market for £495,000. For the full list, visit rightmove.co.uk.


6. Andoversford, near Cheltenham

This detached four bedroom property on the aptly named Jubilee Mews in the picturesque village of Andoversford was a shoo-in for our June 2022 property listing, coinciding with the celebration of the Queen’s 70 years on the throne.

Located in the Cotswolds, its elegant stone exterior is very much in keeping with the area, which also has excellent public footpaths and three local pubs within walking distance. Other desirable features include its underfloor heating, wood burning stove and enclosed garden.

This property is on the market for £625,000. For the full list, visit rightmove.co.uk.


7. St Kilda Parade, Gloucester

At a striking distance from the station, this colorful mid-terrace property set over three floors offers three bedrooms and two reception rooms, while the courtyard garden adds all-important outdoor space.

Recently transformed as part of Gloucester’s Rainbow House project, the houses of St. Kilda Parade were given a rainbow makeover in May 2022, with the initiative designed to spread joy and parade (and surrounding Rainbow Streets) a tourist destination.

This property is on the market for £190,000. For the full list, visit rightmove.co.uk.


8. Purton, Berkeley

Who could resist the lure of a canal-side cottage? This three bedroom semi-detached Victorian property has been modernized by its current owners and now has elegant folding doors to the rear garden, with a terrace and steps down to the canal side.

While Purton is home to one of the most unusual museums in the UK, Purton Ships Graveyard was created by deliberately beaching boats and ships to protect the Sharpness Channel from erosion. some date back to the 1900s!

This property is on the market for £370,000. For the full list, visit rightmove.co.uk.


By Eleanor Fullalove


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