£1,800,000

7 Bedroom Detached House

Apperley Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL19

First listed on: 22nd March 2024

Nearest stations:

  • Ashchurch for Tewkesbury (5.2 mi)
  • Cheltenham Spa (5.9 mi)
  • Gloucester (6.2 mi)
  • Honeybourne (6.7 mi)
  • Worcester Foregate Street (6.7 mi)

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Property Features

  • Grade II listed Regency Period country family home
  • Three formal reception rooms
  • Living room, dining room and kitchen connected by beautiful sunny orangery
  • Five bedrooms and two further attic rooms
  • Three bath/shower rooms and downstairs cloakroom

Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

A uniquely stunning Grade II listed Regency Period (1811-20) country family home, originally a 16th-century farmhouse. The Regency additions built for the Dowager to Apperley Court were chosen due to the superb location, enjoying a delightful outlook over the large, exquisite gardens with specimen trees and uninterrupted far-reaching views over the Cotswold escarpment, extensive garaging, and stables/outbuildings.

Apperley House is superbly located and perfectly placed, set back from the village green, in its own grounds with far-reaching views of the beautiful countryside. The property has a feeling of grandeur and elegance, the owners have taken great pride in retaining the original features and have sensitively and extensively enhanced the property over the years. This is truly a very special and tranquil family home with further potential to make use of the extensive outbuildings. The internal space offers over 7000 sq. ft with additional outbuildings including, a barn, coaching house and stables, store, and garage with inspection pit, standing in almost two acres of land.

The ground floor includes a delightful drawing room with high ceilings, ornate mouldings, a gorgeous fireplace, and elegant period features with French doors leading to the grounds at the front of the house. The Dining room benefits from similar features and leads through to a good-sized study/morning room, again overlooking the grounds to the front of the property. To the rear of the ground floor is a less formal area that consists of an open plan but still cosy sitting room with beautiful panelling and a wood burner. This leads into the dining room and then onto the kitchen/breakfast room with a four-door mains gas Aga, a walk-in store room, a laundry room, and a cloakroom. A newly constructed large orangery connects the spaces and looks out onto a well-designed sunny courtyard garden.

The elegance continues to flow into the first floor which comprises a master bedroom, which benefits from an ensuite, walk-in wardrobe, and breathtaking views over the garden and open countryside. Four further good-sized double bedrooms, a shower room, and a bathroom with Jack and Jill doors that is accessed from a landing and one of the bedrooms. on the second floor, there are two attic-style rooms.

The setting and the grounds are exceptional with a lawned area to the front of the property looking out to the rolling countryside with views across to the Cotswolds. At the far end of the garden is a large natural pond. There are extensive outbuildings located within the grounds and Apperley house currently has live planning permission granted should the new owners wish to develop the coaching house, stables, brick barn, and build a new triple garage.

Apperley House sits in a peaceful location within the popular historic village of Apperley within walking distance of four local pubs. The village has a selection of local amenities with a thriving community, including a village hall, tennis court, children’s playground, football pitch, cricket club, and an outstanding Ofsted Primary school with an attached Preschool. There is an excellent choice of nearby secondary schools which are state, private and there is a highly reputed choice of grammar schools.

The Medieval market town of Tewkesbury is approximately 4 miles away with a busy high street filled with shops, restaurants, and public houses along with a theatre, swimming pool, and hospital. The M5 offers easy access north to Birmingham and south to Bristol airports and the M50 west to Monmouthshire and the Welsh borders.

The regency town of Cheltenham is famous for its racecourse, Cheltenham is the home of jump racing and hosts the Cheltenham Festival and Gold Cup every year, the city of Gloucester is also famous for its impressive Cathedral and historic docks they are both approximately 6 miles and 8 miles away respectively offering an extensive range of amenities, transport connections, and leisure activities.

Freehold | EPC Exempt | Tax Band H

Services, Utilities & Property Information
Utilities – Mains electricity, water and gas. Sespit connected to the old village drain.
Tenure – Freehold
Property Type – Grade II Listed Regency detached house
Construction Type – Standard - brick
Council Tax – Tewkesbury Borough Council
Council Tax Band H
Parking – There is garage parking for 2 cars and driveway parking for 4 plus cars.
Mobile Phone Coverage - 4G mobile signal is available in the area, we advise you to check with your provider.
Internet Connection – Ultrafast Broadband Speed is available in the area, with predicted highest available download speed 1,000 Mbps and highest available upload speed 1,000 Mbps. We advise you to check with your provider.
Special Notes – There are covenants on the property – please speak with the agent for further details.
There is a tree on the property with a Tree Preservation Order.
There is an adjacent plot building 3 bungalows. Work has commenced and is nearly complete.
The right to use land for drainage for the adjacent development was rejected by the planners and an alternative has been approved.
Wayleave for electrical pole carrying power.

Disclaimer:
All measurements are approximate and quoted in metric with imperial equivalents and for general guidance only and whilst every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy, they must not be relied on.
The fixtures, fittings and appliances referred to have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given and that they are in working order.
Internal photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property.
Whilst we carryout our due diligence on a property before it is launched to the market and we endeavour to provide accurate information, buyers are advised to conduct their own due diligence.
Our information is presented to the best of our knowledge and should not solely be relied upon when making purchasing decisions. The responsibility for verifying aspects such as flood risk, easements, covenants and other property related details rests with the buyer.

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More Information

Property Features

  • Grade II listed Regency Period country family home
  • Three formal reception rooms
  • Living room, dining room and kitchen connected by beautiful sunny orangery
  • Five bedrooms and two further attic rooms
  • Three bath/shower rooms and downstairs cloakroom

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04/08/2023 Property listed at £1,800,000
04/04/2023 Property listed at £2,000,000

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This property is marketed by:
Fine & Country, Cotswolds

2 A P Ellis Road

Upper Rissington

Cheltenham

GL54 2QB

Tel: See phone number 01608 619919

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This property is marketed by:
Fine & Country, Cotswolds

2 A P Ellis Road

Upper Rissington

Cheltenham

GL54 2QB

Tel: See phone number 01608 619919

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