Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen's house is put up for sale
PROPERTY seekers looking for a house that already has its own strong identity will be keen to take a peek at a house near Cirencester on the market with Strutt & Parker.
Roberts House is owned by flamboyant local designer Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and his wife Jackie, last seen together on our screens dancing in Stepping Out.
Although believed to be remaining in the Cotswolds, the Llewelyn-Bowens have decided that after seven years in ‘the manor Bowen’ the time has come to put their stamp on a new home.
The house is priced at £1,750,000 and lovers of strong design will feel right at home.
Since his appearance in the first ever Changing Rooms in 1996, Laurence has been a regular on our TV’s and his design company and brand has gone from strength to strength .
As expected the six bedroom, four reception room house, described on Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen’s website as Poshington Manor, is a testimony to the designer’s inimitable style.
And the Cotswold stone walled garden has been widely featured in magazines and on television including Gardeners’ World and in the BBC coverage of the Chelsea flower show.
If you are in the market for Changing Rooms or are just in the market for some home interior inspiration, then this property could be for you.
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