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The Dower House,

Guide price £1,795,000 7,050 sq. ft.

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A substantial and comfortable, traditional family home in a peaceful location set within glorious gardens and grounds, around 7051 sq ft plus outbuildings, and 23.57 acres.

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  • Period property in a lovely village
  • Around 7051 sq. ft.
  • Stunning views
  • With land around 23.57 acres with the option to buy more
  • With outbuildings, outdoor swimming pool and summer house
The Dower House, which is not listed - is situated on a no through road within the very quiet and undiscovered, characterful Estate village of Forthampton. There are some lovely period features and many of the rooms are south facing. The house has been tastefully maintained and is well presented. It works very well as either one house or equally for an extended family, with a second floor ideal for a teenager or staff accommodation and the Edwardian wing providing the potential for ancillary accommodation with its own entrance. The gardens are a particular feature and include a solar-heated outdoor swimming pool with the most exceptional views over towards the Cotswold Hills. Further paddocks and woodland of around 5.81 acres are available by separate negotiation. Please note, these will not be sold before the house.

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