TAKE a look inside this stunning five-bedroom property in Painswick, near Stroud, that is on the market for £3 million. 

This historic Grade I listed townhouse was designed in 1766 by one of the eminent architects of the period. 

It is located in New Street, right in the heart of Painswick. 

See the above gallery for 35 pictures of the property. 

What does it have, according to Rightmove? 


The house has many practical rooms, such as the sitting room, cellar and large walk-in utility/plant room.

It also has three bathrooms. 

The bedrooms are all said to be well-proportioned spaces. 


According to Rightmove, the current owners have spent a great deal of time and energy on the gardens as well as the house.

They have created a number of zones within the gardens, including a large patio, lawned area which is bordered by well-stocked flowerbeds, a hidden garden and rear vegetable garden.

The gardens face west and enjoy good sun throughout the day.

A pathway (shared by one neighbour) leads to a large private area to the rear where you will find the parking, with space for numerous cars and a shed.

For more information, visit - https://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/123438572#/?channel=RES_BUY