Broadwell House stands in more than 6 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens and grounds.
‘Contemporary with a traditional twist’ is the motto used by Kristina Charrington to describe her distinctive range of handcrafted gold and silver jewellery. Conversely, ‘traditional with a contemporary twist’ is probably a more apt description of her family home, Broadwell House, near Lechlade, six miles from Burford, which she and her husband, shipping-repair specialist roderick Wordie, have extended, remodelled and renovated—with similar distinction—during their 13-year tenure.
Described by Sam Butler of Cotswold agents Butler Sherborn (01285 883740) as ‘a superb example of a classic, Grade II-listed, Cotswold village house’, Broadwell House stands in more than six acres of beautifully landscaped gardens and grounds in the heart of the village and is for sale at a guide price of £3.85m for the whole or in two lots.
It has 6,400sq ft of clutter-free living space on three floors, including three main reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, a snug, a study, a kitchen/breakfast room, seven bed- rooms and six bath/shower rooms. other buildings include a pretty, three-bedroom garden cottage, a converted two-bedroom cow barn and a bespoke open-plan office.
The guide price is £3.85m. For further information please contact Butler Sherborn 01285 883740.