Brockhampton, Gloucestershire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
A fine detached family house set in a peaceful position on the edge of the village with a lovely west facing garden and potential for extension subject to any necessary consents.


Brockhampton is a delightful rural Cotswold village with a superb local pub, The Craven Arms. The nearby village of Sevenhampton has a lovely parish church and the historic town of Winchcombe (4 miles) provides a superb range of local shops and pubs/restaurants and is also home to Sudeley Castle. The region's major commercial and cultural centre of Cheltenham lies just 7 miles to the west. Cheltenham provides a comprehensive range of services and amenities with excellent shopping including most of the nation's largest retailers and restaurants. It is also home to Prestbury Racecourse, Cinemas and the Everyman Theatre and also major festivals including the annual literature, jazz, science and cricket festivals. There are also main line rail services. The surrounding Cotswolds provide for a comprehensive range of rural leisure pursuits and there is excellent access to local footpaths.


Grenells comprises a substantial and well appointed detached family house of reconstituted stone elevations under a pitched principally concrete tiled roof with timber framed windows throughout. The accommodation has been well thought through and offers flexible and spacious accommodation arranged over two floors with a central hall, a large kitchen/ breakfast room to the rear of the house and a large principal sitting room with aspects to the front and rear and a dining room. On the first floor there are three principal bedrooms and a bathroom with the landing continuing to a secondary landing with two further bedrooms and a further bathroom and one of these bedrooms provides a lovely second sitting room if desired with a fine aspect out over the gardens to the hills beyond.

Grenells occupies a superb position on the edge of the popular village of Brockhampton occupying a mature setting with a lovely open aspect and west facing rear gardens.


Covered entrance with outside light and substantial timber front door with opaque glazed insert to:

Reception Hall

With built-in cloaks cupboard and separate door to:


With low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and part-tiled walls and opaque glazed window to front elevation. From the hall, painted and glazed door to:

Dining Room

With wide double glazed casement window overlooking the front of the property, two wall light points, serving hatch to kitchen and coved ceiling. From the hall, painted timber door to:

Sitting Room

With triple aspect with wide double glazed picture window to front elevation, double glazed casements to gable elevation and wide french doors with glazed panels to either side looking out over the rear patio and garden beyond. Traditional Cotswold style fireplace of reconstituted stone with tiled hearth with open fireplace and substantial chimney breast, four wall light points and decorative coved ceiling. From the hall, opaque glazed painted timber door to:

Kitchen/ Breakfast Room

With original 1960's English Rose fitted kitchen comprising stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap with a comprehensive range of built-in cupboards and drawers, further matching worktop with built-in cupboards and drawers below and range of eye-level cupboards over with display shelving to one end and serving hatch to dining room. Space with cooker point, wide double glazed picture window overlooking the rear garden and further door and casement window to rear garden, further wall mounted cupboards, space and plumbing for dish washer and refrigerator and door to:

Walk-in Larder Cupboard

With shelving and coved ceiling. From the kitchen, glazed timber door to:

Side Lobby

With doors to the front and rear, wall mounted fuse box and electricity meter and glazed door to:

Utility Room

With tiled floor, stainless steel sink unit with built-in cupboards below, space with plumbing for washing machine and for freezer, double doors to drying cupboard/ boiler room, housing the oil fired Worcester Danesmoor oil fired central heating boiler and with continuation of the tiled flooring. From the side lobby, door to:


With double up and over electric roller door, workshop area and glazed door to:


With double glazed casement window to rear elevation and space for work bench etc. Tiled floor. From the hall, stairs with painted timber handrail and balustrade rise to the:

First Floor Landing

With painted timber balustrade and hand rail with double glazed casement window overlooking the rear garden, access to roof space and archway through to secondary landing with painted timber doors to airing cupboard with foam lagged hot water cylinder. Opaque glazed interconnecting door to additional landing. From the landing, painted timber door to:

Bedroom 1

With a pair of double glazed casement windows overlooking the front of the property and extensive built-in wardrobes, coved ceiling. From the landing, painted timber door to:

Bedroom 2

With wide double glazed picture window overlooking the front of the property with built-in wardrobes and central bed position, further built-in wardrobes and coved ceiling. From the landing, painted timber door to:

Bedroom 3

With double glazed casement window overlooking the rear garden plus built-in wardrobes. From the landing, opaque glazed door to:


With panelled bath with separate wall mounted Mira shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC, part-tiled walls, double glazed casement window to the rear of the property, shaver point. From the secondary landing, opaque glazed door to:

Second Bathroom

With matching suite of kidney shaped inset wash hand basin with tiled surround and splashback, low-level WC and panelled bath with mixer tap and wall mounted handset shower attachment, tiled walls, opaque double glazed window to front elevation. From the secondary landing, there are double doors to built-in eaves storage and arched opaque glazed door to:

Guest Bedroom/ Second Sitting Room

With double aspect with wide double glazed picture window overlooking the rear garden and separate double glazed window to side and door to small outdoor roof terrace with painted metal balustrade with lovely aspect out over the garden. From the landing, a pair of painted timber doors lead to:

Bedroom 5

With dual aspect with double glazed casement windows to front and side elevations and built-in wardrobes. Access to roof space.


Grenells is approached from the Charlton Abbotts Lane via a private drive with Cotswold stone wall and five bar timber gate in turn leading to an extensive river-washed fine shingle drive with curved lawn, Cotswold stone dwarf wall and mature herbaceous borders surrounding with access to either side leading around to the rear of the house with a private paved terrace immediately to the rear of the house with Cotswold stone dwarf wall and steps leading up to the principal lawns and gardens with curved herbaceous borders with Cotswold stone borders and a range of mature shrubs and trees. Interspersed with decorative rose and shrubs.


From Bourton-on-the-Water, take the A436 towards Cheltenham. Pass the junction with the B4068 from Stow and take the right hand turn signposted Brockhampton and Sevenhampton (adjacent to Cotswold Trailers). Proceed along the lane and drop down the hill through the centre of the village to the T junction, turning right towards Charlton Abbotts and Grenells will be found shortly on the left hand side.


Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating system


Tewkesbury Borough Council, Public Services Centre, Gloucester road, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire GL20 5TT (Tel: 01684 272034)


Band G. Rate payable for 2019/2020 £2,772.58

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