St Georges Terrace, Blockley, Gloucestershire, GL56


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  • Bedrooms: 4

2 St. Georges Terrace dates from the early 18th Century and we understand the façade was rebuilt and added in the early Regency period, circa 1790's

Originally owned by Northwick Estate and was the residence of Lady Northwick's private secretary until 1922

Since then the property has only been sold twice

This magnificent house is Grade II Listed, faced with ashlar Cotswold stone, with twelve pane sash windows, high ceilings and a blue slate roof

The views to the front are delightful, over the village green, to the church and rolling countryside beyond


Welcoming central hall with access to principle rooms and stairs to the first floor

Charming drawing room with, we believe, original maple floor and open fireplace

A period study, complete with original wooden shutters and built-in bookcases either side of the fireplace

Dining room with flagstone floor and another fireplace opens up to a sitting room and kitchen

Farmhouse kitchen with a gas fired Aga, Belfast sink, granite worksurfaces, quarry tile floor and a door to the garden

Downstairs shower room and a sought after cellar

Two generous double bedrooms, enjoying the exceptional views to the front of the house

Third bedroom, bathroom and separate loo on the first floor

Bedroom four and a playroom/nursery/home gym on the second floor, with velux's to the front and windows to the rear


Attractive Cotswold village with many period properties

Communally run post office/store/cafe, two public houses, doctor's surgery, parish church

Good selection of shops and amenities for everyday needs in both Chipping Campden and Moreton-in-Marsh, just 3 miles away

Three Academy status schools, Chipping Campden School, (3 miles) and The Cotswold School (10), both with Ofsted Awards, and the highly popular Blockley Primary School

The award-winning Daylesford Farm Shop is about 10.5 miles away

The Members' Club, Soho Farmhouse, is about 20.5 miles away

Good train services to London via Oxford from Moreton-in-Marsh (4 miles), the fastest reaching Paddington from 92 minutes


Approached over a beautiful herb garden in the front of the house with listed railings to the pavement

Carriage archway to the side of the house leads through to the garden

This has been used for vehicular access in the past, however it is very narrow and only the smallest of vehicles would fit

Carriage house built of stone with a studio and shower room on the ground floor; Upstairs is currently used as a home office and enjoys lovely views over the garden

Most wonderful walled English country garden, which has been beautifully landscaped to include a flower garden, lawn and terraced dining areas

Numbers 1 and 3 St. Georges Terrace have a right of way though the archway to their gardens

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