A fine country house influenced by the Cotswold Arts & Crafts movement with enchanting gardens.
Launched on the market in this week’s Country Life, charming, Grade II-listed Kingcombe at Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, one of the loveliest market towns in the Cotswolds, was built in 1925 in the Arts- and-Crafts style for the furniture designer Sir Gordon Russell.
Kingcombe became Sir Gordon’s passion and gradually evolved into a substantial seven-bedroom country house with a notable garden laid out by Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe and Russell Page. Both house and garden have been meticulously restored to their original splendour during the 17-year tenure of the present owner, who has already embarked on the construction of a major neo-Georgian country house, hence the sale of Kingcombe through Smiths Gore (01451 832832) at a guide price of £4.25m.
For further information about Kingcombe please contact Smiths Gore on 01451 832832. The guide price is £4.25m.