This week's featured property is Ashlar House is valued at £800,000.

ENCHANTING small Georgian house in a gem of a Cotswold village.

A beautifully presented four bedroom listed house, with an attached two-storey stone building currently being used as a studio, which has the potential to provide ancillary accommodation.

Featuring a very pretty, south facing garden, tucked away to provide some privacy in a lovely setting.

Ashlar House has a handsome ‘Ashlar’ dressed stone façade, with stone mullion windows, under a traditional natural Cotswold stone tiled roof.

It is thought to date from the early to mid-18th Century but is believed to incorporate a much earlier building.

Many original features have been uncovered through the sensitive conservation including remnants of a stone rose, solid carved stone internal walls and entrance ways, beamed ceilings, a Georgian wig cupboard, two stone fire surrounds and a fine hand-carved staircase.

The property is arranged over three floors and although there is only one bathroom, there is potential to convert the dressing room on the top floor and the large cupboard in bedroom three to provide a second bathroom and an en-suite shower room (subject to obtaining the necessary consents).

Immediately in front of the house is a wide gravelled terrace, ideal for outside dining this summer.

Agent: Knight Frank

Telephone: 01285 882 006