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The Best Cotswolds Properties on the Market

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From the traditional to the modern, properties in the Cotswolds are varied and usually include a beautiful combination of historic period features dating as far back as the 17th century, and attractive modern assets such as sleek interiors and ensuite bathrooms. Peruse our selection of the best properties in the Cotswolds…

1. Huxley Court, South Cerney

Huxley Court, South Cerney

This modern development boasts beautiful views over Bradley’s Lake in South Cerney, in the Cotswold district of Gloucestershire. The interior design is minimal with splashes of tradition, such as the exposed timber beams. Available through Colburn from £1.8 – £2m

2. The Old Vicarage, South Cerney

The Old Vicarage, South Cerney

This 5-bedroom detached property holds a Grade II listing and dates back to the 18th century. Situated in a quaint part of South Cerney, this house is perfect for families looking for a home with period characteristics and attractive amenities such as a cellar, and the kitchen which leads onto a covered veranda. Available through Hamptons for £995,000

3. Keepers, Gatcombe Water

Keepers, Gatcombe Water

Sitting on a lake and with a generous 6-bedrooms, Keepers is a spacious house with a separate cottage and grounds of about 3 acres. The cottage and boathouse date back to the 1830s and the house’s interiors include sleek French marble and a cosy fireplace. Available through Humberts at a guide price of £2.85m

4. Willowbank Cottage, Gotherington

Willowbank Cottage, Gotherington

Willowbank Cottage is quite the epitome of a classic Cotswolds home – see the charming thatched roof. It’s Grade II listed and sits on Granna Lane and boasts views over Cheltenham’s open countryside. Available through Savills for £540,000

5. Latimer Manor, West Kington

Latimer Manor, West Kington

Sitting on the edge of West Kington is this Grade II property. Its more traditional features include outbuildings and stables and barns, and on the inside, buyers can enjoy a principal bedroom with a stylish en-suite bathroom. Available through Carter Jonas for £2.995m 

6. The Gatehouse, Shipton-Under-Wychwood

he Gatehouse, Shipton-Under-Wychwood

The Gatehouse is a 3-bedroom, 3-reception room cosy house in Oxfordshire. Its amenities include its quintessentially English garden, as well as a terrace and lawn, and wooden features throughout. Available through Butler Sherborn at a guide price of £695,000

7. Bledisloe House, Coates

Bledisloe House, Coates

Grand, traditional and draped in rich greenery, Bledisloe House in Coates, Cirencester is impressive to say the least. It’s a country house with a Grade II listing, and has a tennis court, two separate cottages, and is a prime example of fine Georgian architecture. Available through Savills for £9.25m

8. Meadowbank House, Catbrook

Meadowbank House, Catbrook

With leisure facilities, equestrian facilities, and a spacious and warm interior atmosphere, Meadowbank is a house we’d happily hole up in for the rest of the year. Its a Cotswold stone family house sitting in approximately 5.3 acres of rich greenery. Available through Knight Frank for £2.375m

9. Stayts Farm, Church Westcote

Stayts Farm, Church Westcote

This unique Grade II listed village house dates back to the 17th century and is a classic Cotswold house. The family house is spread over 3 floors which all overlook the house’s gardens and open countryside beyond. Available through Butler Sherborn for £1.1m

10. California Farm, Charlton Kings

California Farm, Charlton Kings

Still one of the best in the Cotswolds, but luxurious, stylish and quite contemporary. California Farm on London Road is entered by driving up a charming and impressive tree-lined driveway, and the house itself has unbeatable views over the Cotswolds countryside. Available through Savills, POA