Chestnut House is a traditional Cotswold stone village property which enjoys an enviable position overlooking the village green and brook with its resident ducks. The property is believed to date back to the 18th Century and over recent years has been sympathetically refurbished and extended to provide contemporary living without comprising the charm of the original farmhouse with open fireplaces, exposed beams and attractive stone floors on the ground floor. A particular feature of the property is the stunning living kitchen constructed of oak and glass which includes extensive hand made kitchen units with an Aga, limestone floor and a fantastic living/dining area. On the ground floor there is also a drawing room, dining room, sitting room, cloakroom and utility area complete with boot room. On the first floor are five bedrooms, one of which has en-suite facilities and two further bathrooms. Whilst on the second floor is an office/den. The house is approached off the village lane through a pair of wooden electric gates.
Adjacent to the gravelled parking area is a one bedroom cottage which has been constructed to a very high standard and is ideal as guest/staff accommodation or a home office. The front door opens in to a living room with galley kitchen with door into a shower room. A staircase rises to a galleried bedroom. The property has the benefit of under floor heating on the ground floor, an attractive flagstone floor and is run off the same services as the main house.
To the front of the house is an enclosed lawned garden sheltered by a mature hedge. The majority of the garden lies behind the house and includes a paved terrace and sheltered lawn flanked by well stocked flowering borders and established trees.