Church Street, Moreton-In-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56

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Bedrooms: 5
Prestigious and impressive Grade II Listed Regency house, in this popular North Cotswold market town

This charming Grade II Listed detached house dates back to the early part of the 19th Century and is arguably one of the finest properties in Moreton-in-Marsh


The Old Parsonage has been remodelled over the years, providing three floors of elegant and highly versatile accommodation

There are numerous period features such as 12 and 16 pane sash windows, flagstone floors, fireplaces, exposed timbers, window shutters and traditional wooden doors and architraves, with the family kitchen and numerous bathrooms finished to a high standard, with marble and classically style fittings

The highly flexible accommodation offers a good variety of reception rooms and guest bedrooms, particularly given the conversion of the original Coach House, which links to the main house seamlessly, creating an impressive overall space, not only for family living, but also for those with dependant relatives and working from home requirements

The property is approached over a large gravelled driveway

Entering the property via stone steps to the front door with fan light, the hall has a limestone floor with adjacent doors to the drawing room and sitting room, and steps leading down to the cellar

The cosy sitting room enjoys a triple-aspect, with French doors through to the delightful walled gardens, attractive fireplace incorporating a coal effect gas fire with decorative wooden surround, marble inserts and hearth and two oak ceiling beams

The drawing room is exceptionally striking with an imposing inglenook fireplace, part exposed stone walls, oak ceiling beams and a large south-facing bay window

The inner hallway with limestone flooring, also links the original house with the former Coach House, cloakroom and the stunning bespoke shaker-style family kitchen, complete with an inglenook with stone surround incorporating an AGA with two cast-iron ovens, large twin cast-iron hotplates allow you to boil and simmer and an additional integrated module with electric top, non-assisted electric fan oven with grill and fan oven below, walk-in pantry and an excellent selection of wall and base units, with granite work surfaces, built-in dishwasher, built-in fridge, bespoke handcrafted dresser unit, central island with part laminated/granite worktops, twin breakfast bar, and flagstone flooring throughout

At the end of the hallway is the stunning garden room with folding double Gothic-style French doors into the grounds, with exposed stone walls and exposed wooden flooring, which leads through to the open-plan family room with vaulted A-frame ceilings and a feature fireplace with wrought-iron surround

Accessed off the garden room, is a small courtyard, which leads onto Church Street, enabling the house to be split into two independent living spaces, if required

Also connecting to the garden room, is a study area with part-vaulted glazed ceiling, shower room, separate utility room with built-in fridge/freezer, and a fifth reception room/second study

Leading from the hall, the staircase rises to a half landing and the main family bathroom

To the first floor, the principal bedroom enjoys a dual-aspect with built-in wardrobe space, an independent dressing room with a good selection of wardrobe cupboards leading through to the en-suite shower room

From the landing there is a connecting staircase to the second floor, with two further double bedrooms, and an additional en-suite

Above the family kitchen, with its own independent staircase leading off the inner hall, is the fifth bedroom with a vaulted ceiling, large en-suite bathroom and a connecting dressing room/additional small bedroom


Main water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected

Average broadband speeds advertised within this postcode are up to 71.5 Mbps


Council tax – band G

Payable for 2024/25 - £3,644.16


Attractive bustling north Cotswold market town situated near the borders of Oxfordshire and Warwickshire

Comprehensive facilities including GP Surgeries, hospital, dentist, bank, restaurants, public houses, range of shops, supermarkets and popular Tuesday market

Mainline station with train services reaching Oxford (from 40 minutes) and Paddington (from 92)

Within the catchment area for Chipping Campden School, a non-selective secondary school and sixth form with academy status

The award-winning Daylesford Farm Shop, including the exclusive 'The Club by Bamford', is about 8 miles away

The Members' Club, Soho Farmhouse, is about 16.5 miles away

Other towns within easy reach are Stratford-upon-Avon (16 miles), Cheltenham (23) and Oxford (27)


The curtilage of the property is surrounded by Cotswold stone walling, with idyllic views of St. David's Church

There are manicured lawn areas interspersed with established borders, with a dividing crab apple archway

There are several terraces, with doors connecting to the sitting room, garden room and inner hallway

The overall grounds extend to just over a quarter of an acre, with the whole affording a good degree of privacy

Large 29 ft. long wooden garden store, on a concrete base, at the end of the garden, used for storage

To the west of the property, leading off Church Street, is an extensive gravelled driveway with ample parking for several vehicles and potential for garaging, if required, subject to the usual planning consents

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