ARLINGTON HOUSE CHAPEL LANE, COTSWOLD GL56 9BG, UK
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Last Sold: FEB 2018
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AI think: £610,861
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Agents think: £900,000 1 agent(s) valuations found
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Strutt & Parker - Moreton-in-Marsh Agent Valuation of this property is £900,000
Arlington House is an elegant Grade II Listed property set in a prominent position in the High Street. Believed to date from 1820, the property has many attractive architectural features including sash windows, window seats, shuttered windows and high ceilings. The property has recently been remodelled and has the following accommodation arranged on 2 floors. The front door opens into a welcoming entrance hall with staircase to the first floor and a cloakroom with access to the cellar. Off the hall is the sitting room with a log burning stove with marble surround and mantel. The recently modernised kitchen is also off the hall and is fully fitted with an Aga and a separate logburner. Steps lead up to the 2nd reception room, currently used a snug but could easily be used as a dining room. This has bi fold doors onto the garden terrace. At the end of the room a door opens into a lobby with shower room and stairs to bedroom 4, currently used as an office, ideal for working from home. From the hall, the staircase rises to the first floor where there are 3 double bedrooms, one of which is en-suite, and the family bathroom.<br /><br />Arlington House is situated in the High Street of the beautiful and popular village of Blockley.
A thriving community, the village has a respected primary school, two pubs, village shop with
Post office and café, bowling green and a children’s playground. Broadway Golf Club is nearby. The traditional market towns of Moreton-In-Marsh and Chipping Campden are both within
easy reach, the former offering a rail service to Oxford and London, Paddington taking from 38
and 95 minutes respectively. The larger centres of Oxford, Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon
offer a diverse range of shopping, recreational and educational facilities.<br /><br />To the south of the house and accessed from the dining room/snug is a paved terrace from where steps rise to a path that leads to the garden area which is well planted with mature shrubs and Beech hedging. There is a gate from the garden to a path which leads to the of street parking.