Dating from 1884, The Old Vicarage is built of rusticated Cotswold stone with dressed stone quoins and tall mullioned windows which let in lots of natural light. The house has a private winding drive and stands on rising ground with a south westerly aspect.
The property has an impressive entrance hall which serves all three main reception rooms, some of which benefit from bay windows, and a fantastic stone mantelpiece graces the dining room. A back staircase was removed in the 1960s and could provide an ideal place to build a large, light-filled kitchen/breakfast room.
Accommodation is over three floors and comprises: entrance hall, drawing room, dining room, study, breakfast room, pantry, utility room, larder, cloakroom, cellar, seven bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The Old Vicarage; £1.475m, Jackson Stops & Staff
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The adjacent Coach House is also a substantial building with double and single garages and a central section featuring a hayloft. The grounds have been extensively planted and are a haven for birds and wildlife and in total the property comes with around two and a half acres.
The Old Vicarage is situated on the edge of the village of Compton Abdale which is a quiet rural village with a real sense of community spirit and a popular summer fete. The nearest town is Northleach, which has a good selection of local shops and Cheltenham is just eight miles away. Trains from Kemble take from 75 minutes into London Paddington.
The guide price is £1,475,000. For further information contact Jackson Stops & Staff on 01285 653334 or visit www.jacksonstops.co.uk.