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Aston Magna, Moreton-in-marsh


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Positioned on the edge of the Conservation Area of this popular North Cotswold village, on an approximately one third of an acre plot backing onto open countryside, this detached, two storey, four bedroomed country retreat is located at the end of its own private drive and should be viewed internally to be fully appreciated.

Built of honeyed Cotswold stone and substantially extended over recent years, the property now features a superb, handmade fitted kitchen to the rear with a cathedral-style 15ft high apex ceiling, all formed in part open plan with an orangery-style dining room with picture windows and a lantern roof. There is a spacious living room with a homely, wood burning stove and a guest double bedroom suite with en suite shower room on the ground floor, together with two double bedrooms, single bedroom and a spacious bathroom on the first floor.

The light and airy accommodation is complemented by stone and engineered oak wood floors with oil-fired, piped underfloor heating to both ground and first floor with individual, thermastatic controls to each room.

Externally, there is a double stone built carport with a work room to one side, ample turning space and hardstanding for several vehicles, and a patio to the rear of the property designed for al fresco dining. The land backs onto the Batsford Estate, so horses can be seen grazing in the nearby paddocks and there are beautiful country views to be enjoyed from both ground and first floors.

The School was converted into this desirable residence in around 2007, and now provides character with all the contemporary refinements of modern day living and the ultimate country retreat.

Aston Magna is positioned mid-way between the North Cotswold market towns of Moreton-in-Marsh, Chipping Campden and Shipston-on-Stour, with the former having its own railway station with links to Oxford and London Paddington. There are many walks to be enjoyed in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and whilst the village has no direct amenities immediately available, within a three mile radius there is a wide range of beautiful villages, North Cotswold market towns, restaurants, hotels, boutique shops, and local facilities.

Living Room:

7.77m (25ft 6in) x 4.7m (15ft 5in)

With cast iron Clearview wood burning stove set into moulded Cotswold stone fireplace, bespoke cabinets fitted to each recess of the chimney breast with bi-fold cabinet doors housing TV, northerly and westerly aspected windows, concealed lighting over library area for both bespoke cabinets, two wall-mounted light points, solid engineered oak floor, easy staircase returning to first floor with batoned balustrade.



6.73m (22ft 1in) x 4.29m (14ft 1in)

Solid, flagstone floor, peninsula unit with granite worktop and all solid oak, bespoke units incorporating a central island with integrated cupboards and drawers, kitchen area fitted on three sides with solid, granite worktops, integrated wine fridge with red wine rack to one side, integrated dishwasher, two built-in corner units, two three-drawer cabinets, two matching wall-mounted units with central bookshelf and four further base units. Externally ducted, canopied cooker hood with Belling stainless steel ceramic hob and warming zone with mosaic tile splashback. 15ft high cathedral ceiling with spot-tracks, double ceramic butler's sink with extendable hose, stable-style back door, double French doors leading to patio area, easterly and southerly aspect over countryside. Formed in part open plan with dining orangery.

Dining orangery:

6.53m (21ft 5in) x 3.63m (11ft 11in)

Lantern roof, full-height picture windows including double doors onto garden, matching flagstone floor with kitchen, TV aerial point, inset LED lights to ceiling controlled via dimmer switch, exposed pointed random stone wall, dummy cast iron cupboard, formed in open plan to study.


3.33m (10ft 11in) x 2.01m (6ft 7in)

Easterly aspected window, fitted on one side with office furniture.

Utility area:

Double cupboard with oak doors, space and plumbing for automatic washer, space for tumble dryer, walk-in understairs cloaks area housing Ramtech oil-fired central heating boiler also with built-in manifold.

Ground floor Bedroom 3:

4.42m (14ft 6in) x 3.38m (11ft 1in)

With bespoke built-in wardrobe and cabinet housing TV.

Bedroom 3 en suite:

Engineered oak floor, three-piece suite in white, low-flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, fully-tiled shower cubicle with pebble dado tiling relief and large range shower head, sliding glazed shower screen, ladder-style chrome heated towel rail and radiator.


Gallery-style with incidental loft access, oak batoned balustrade, built-in wardrobe with double airing cupboard to one side, electric smoke alarm.

Bedroom 1:

Easterly, southerly and westerly aspected windows, creating a light and airy room with excellent views over the countryside, two single and one double built-in wardrobes to one wall, TV aerial point.

Bedroom 2:

4.7m (15ft 5in) x 3.94m (12ft 11in)

With westerly, easterly and northerly aspected windows, three single built-in wardrobes, further access to eaves storage, TV aerial point.


With engineered oak floor, two skylight windows, apex ceiling and three-piece suite in white with low-flush WC, large free-standing bath with hand held shower attachment and central mixer tap, chrome ladder-style heated towel rail and radiator, pedestal wash hand basin, access to eaves storage areas, built-in extractor.

Bedroom 4:

3.28m (10ft 9in) x 2.11m (6ft 11in)

Skylight window with excellent views over countryside.

Garage block:

5m (16ft 5in) x 3m (9ft 10in)

Stone-faced carport with stable door, remote-controlled electronically-operated LED lights. Attached store with its own three-phase electricity and LED strip light. To the side of the garage is a 1360 litre PVC oil tank.

Rear garden:

22.86m (75ft 0in) x 36.58m (120ft 0in)

The grounds extend to approximately 0.28 acres, with a southerly-facing flagstone patio area immediately adjacent to the kitchen. Rear garden comprised mainly of a sweeping lawned area with corner cabin and septic tank to this property is positioned to the rear of the garden. Second flagstone patio immediately adjacent to the orangery has a bespoke, stone-built outdoor oven, chimney and log store. To the side of the property, there is a gravelled pathway with wrought iron gates to both front and rear. The lawned section of this part of the garden is subject to right of access to the church yard with a birch hedge to one side and beech hedge opposite. The gravelled front courtyard area is all owned by The Old School and leads to a tarmacked area that is an adopted road. There is pedestrian and vehicular access over this portion of the driveway for the adjacent property. The land to the rear of the garage is part-owned by this property and can be taken in a diagonal line from the gate to the rear of the oil tank and the right hand post.

Rear patio

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Front elevation

Front door



Floor plan

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High Street, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire

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