Coln Manor, Coln St. Aldwyns, Cirencester, GL7


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Coln Manor dates from the mid-16th Century, with later additions and in 1985 was converted into 6 separate houses. The separation was undertaken vertically so as to create freehold properties, each with a garden; the remaining grounds, drive, parking area and swimming pool are owned communally. 2 Coln Manor is the central and oldest part of the manor, and is approached through an impressive two-storey gabled porch, with ball finials and a moulded arched doorway beneath an armorial shield. In the porch and above the entrance door into the house, there is a remarkable stone with 4 carved heads, which is thought to be Saxon. The hall, with its flagstone floor and fitted bookcases, provides a lovely entrance to the property and leads to an elegant well-proportioned sitting room, with a high ceiling, an open fireplace and a large stone-mullioned window, with a seat. On the 1st floor there are 2 double bedrooms, both with en-suites and the main bedroom is a particularly lovely, good-sized room, with panelled walls and a stone mullioned window with a seat. Above there are 2 further bedrooms, and a bathroom and the rooms to the rear of the house have a lovely aspect over the garden to the church. The private garden lies to the rear of the house and faces south. There is a paved terrace immediately to the rear, an ideal place for outside dining, beyond which there are gravelled walkways, with deep well-stocked flower borders and a central raised rose bed.

Hatherop 1 mile • Fairford 3 miles • Cirencester 8 miles • Burford 11 miles • Swindon 16 miles (Paddington 55 minutes) • M4 (J15) 18 miles (All distances and times are approximate)

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