Wortley, Wotton-Under-Edge, Gloucestershire, GL12


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  • Bedrooms: 6
Broadbridge Mill occupies a charming setting on the edge of the Cotswold Hills, between the villages of Alderley and Wortley.

Broadbridge Mill was a derelict former estate sawmill when it was bought and converted into a family home by Margaret Berthold Lubetkin the renowned modernist architect in 1962.

The current owners have undertaken an extensive modernisation and added a substantial extension to the north elevation of the property, whilst sympathetically retaining period characteristics.

The property is set well back from the lane and approached via a long gravel drive flanked by mature trees.

The front garden faces south west and is bisected by the mill race and stream.

The land lies to the west of the property and is principally divided into two large paddocks.

There is a public footpath which runs across the land.

Alderley 0.5 mile • Wotton-under-Edge 2 miles • Tetbury 9 miles • Stroud 13 miles • Bath 18 miles • Cirencester 20 miles • M5 (Junction 14) 6 miles • M4 (Junction 18) 10 miles • Mainline stations at Kemble, Stroud and Bristol Parkway all are within 3

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