Bagendon House is Grade-II listed and sits in wonderful landscaped gardens.
Classic Regency country houses are rare in the Cotswolds, says Ed Sugden of Savills (01285 627550) and, for that reason alone, he expects handsome, Grade II-listed Bagendon House at Bagendon, four miles from Cirencester, to sell quickly, and for more than its £6.75m guide price. A substantial former rectory built for the Rev J. L. Bythesea in 1826, the house was extended in 1845 and again in about 1899.
Set in 22 acres of woodland and parkland overlooking the Bagendon Valley, with wonderful gardens created by Randle Siddeley, Bagendon House has more than 10,000sq ft of light and spacious accommodation, including four main reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, a garden room, a games room, nine bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
The guide price is £6.75m. For further information please contact Savills on 01285 627550.