Draycott Road, Blockley, Gloucestershire, GL56

£1,750,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
HISTORIC COTSWOLD MILL, SET IN BEAUTIFUL TRANQUIL LANDSCAPED GARDENS.

Dating from the 1800's The Old Silk Mill is steeped in History; a prolific Silk Mill until the 1880's it became a domestic residence shortly afterwards; in the 1910's it was owned by the Hollywood film maker Fred Storey and featured in the silent film 'Rip Van Winkle'

The house is configured to be divided into the principle property and annex, although currently used as a single home

An impressive entrance hall with flag stone floor and doors leading to all principle rooms

Traditional kitchen with slate floor, gas fired Aga and Belfast sink

An elegant drawing room with an impressive stone fireplace, and French doors onto the terrace, and overlooking the Mill Pond

Spacious sitting room with wood-burner, and double French doors to the garden

Charming dining room with paneling, fireplace, box bay with doors to the terrace

Cosy snug/study with bay window

Two master bedroom suites

Guest bedroom with en-suite

Two further double bedrooms and two bathrooms

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

Dating from the 1800's The Old Silk Mill is steeped in History; a prolific Silk Mill until the 1880's it became a domestic residence shortly afterwards; in the 1910's it was owned by the Hollywood film maker Fred Storey and featured in the silent film 'Rip Van Winkle'

The house is configured to be divided into the principle property and annex, although currently used as a single family home

An impressive entrance hall with flag stone floor and doors leading to all principle rooms

Traditional kitchen with slate floor, gas fired Aga and Belfast sink

An elegant dual aspect drawing room with an impressive stone fireplace, and French doors onto the terrace, and overlooking the Mill Pond

Spacious sitting room with wood-burner, triple aspect and double French doors to the garden

Charming dining room with paneling, fireplace, box bay with doors to the terrace

Cosy snug/study with fitted shelves and a bay window

Two master bedroom suites both over 400 sq.ft., one offering dual aspects with a vaulted ceiling and en-suite, the other with views across the Mill Pond, and a large en-suite and dressing room

A large triple aspect guest bedroom with en-suite bathroom with a roll-top bath

Two further double bedrooms and two family bathrooms

EPC Band D

SITUATION

Attractive Cotswold village with many period properties Communally run post office/store/cafe, two public houses, doctors surgery, parish church and primary school Good selection of shops and amenities for everyday needs in both Chipping Campden and Moreton-in-Marsh, just 3 miles away Chipping Campden School (3 miles) and The Cotswold School (10) Good train services to London via Oxford from Moreton-in-Marsh (4 miles), the fastest reaching Paddington from 92 minutes

OUTSIDE

Approached through solid wood automatic gates

A gravel driveway that sweeps past the house to a parking area for several cars

Double garage with a double car port in front

Magnificent landscaped gardens in approx. one acre, with large expanses of lawn, shrub borders and mature trees

South facing summer house overlooking the pond and bridges over the brook

There is an open fronted disused cow shed with planning permission to convert to ancillary accommodation

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