Rowan House is the quintessential Cotswolds village house. If your pockets are deep enough, the prize also includes two paddocks and equestrian buildings.
Unusually for a house in this part of the world, it’s not “over done”. Some might say it even needs updating.
Anyway, it’s quite pretty. The accommodation is split over two levels offering simple and flexible space benefiting from lovely southern light and views over the garden.
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It has a utility room with cloakroom – always handy – and steps lead up to the kitchen and dining room, which provide plenty of space for family living. A good sized living room has a stone fireplace and a wood burning stove.
On the first floor are four bedrooms. Two have sinks and there is also a family bathroom, of course.
Whether you have miniature horses, ponies or donkeys, the outdoor space and buildings will interest you here. There’s just enough without being overwhelming and unmanageable.
The detached stable block includes four stables, two garages and a large machine store running the length of the rear of the building. There is a separate tack room/stable, with double shelter.
Horse riding enthusiasts will appreciate. A former riding arena approximately 32m by 20m is located beyond the stable block.
A pretty south-facing garden has well-stocked beds. The garden benefits from lovely views over the village and the valley due to its slightly elevated position.
The village of Sevenhampton has a village store, primary school and pub. With Cheltenham a few miles down the road, it’s a rural dream without overt isolation.
On the market for £1,495,000 with Savills as seen on Rightmove.