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Hawling, Gloucestershire, GL54

£1,150,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Beautifully refurbished house set in about 1.8 acres with excellent ancillary accommodation, stabling and paddocks

Lilac Cottage is believed to date back to the 18th century with the accommodation set out over two floors and is situated in the popular village of Hawling in the heart of the Cotswold countryside. The property has been extensively but sympathetically restored to provide a comfortable yet stylish home. The property retains a good number of period features including exposed ceiling timbers, inglenook fireplace and mullion windows.

The kitchen and dining room has been well designed to include an island unit, bespoke cabinets, leathered granite work surfaces, wine chiller and two slim line dishwashers. The kitchen/dining room has high vaulted ceilings and large double doors which open onto the private terrace which is perfect for outside dining.

Leading from the kitchen/dining room is the sitting room which is entered through large bi-fold doors. The sitting room has a sweet inglenook fireplace with a log burning stove and exposed ceiling timbers.

The living room currently used a media room has a substantial energy efficient multi fuel stove which twinned with an air source heat pump supplements both the domestic heating and hot water supply.

In addition to this there is a useful utility area which connects to the front porch and also the guest cloakroom.

The upstairs of the property features three excellent double bedrooms all of which have vaulted ceilings and two have views across the stunning countryside. The master bedroom has triple aspect views with an en-suite wet room and walk in dressing cupboard. Further to this is the family bathroom, a separate shower cubicle and airing cupboard.

The outside of the property has thoughtfully landscaped gardens with raised beds and a large terraced area which is perfect for outside dining. In addition to this, there is a double car port and workshop. Continuing up the drive is both the stabling for two horses and secondary accommodation. The building is currently set out as a professional home office and gym with the addition of a kitchenette and shower room. The building lends itself for a variety of different uses including domestic ancillary accommodation.

The paddock lies to the south west of the stabling and has the remains of a former farm building which could provide the basis for further accommodation subject to obtaining the relevant consents.

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01993 357055

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