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Wharf Lane, Lechlade, GL7


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 6
Rivermead House is a really lovely Georgian house along a no-through road on the eastern edge of the town of Lechlade. The house is detached and built of mellow Cotswold stone with traditional sash windows and has natural stone tiles to the main roof slopes. It is Listed Grade II with origins dating back to the early 18th Century and was considerably enlarged in the early 19th Century. The accommodation, which is principally arranged over 2 floors with 2 interconnecting attic rooms above, is beautifully presented and extends to approximately 3,800 sq ft in total. Great care has been taken to preserve as much of the original charm and character of the property as possible, with period features including sash windows with shutters, fireplaces and flagstone floors. The house is approached through double wrought iron gates, set between stone pillars, which lead from a no-through road to a gravelled parking and turning area in front of the house and a double carport. A flagstone path leads from Wharf Lane under a Yew arch to the front door. The majority of the garden lies to the rear of the house and is a particularly lovely feature of the property. It is walled on 3 sides and comprises a level expanse of lawn with deep colourful well-stocked herbaceous borders. There is a delightful 2 storey Gazebo and an additional small Rose garden with a central circular pond. On the other side of the lane is a paddock and orchard enclosed by a stone wall. They extend to about 1.75 acres.

Burford 9 miles, Swindon 11 miles (Paddington 55 minutes), Cirencester 12 miles, M4 (J15) 12 miles, Oxford 24 miles

(All distances and times are approximate)

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