Bradley Road, Wotton-under-Edge: £1,150,000
A magnificent Grade II Listed Georgian house situated on the edge of the Cotswold market town of Wotton-under Edge with delightful, well maintained formal gardens of about 1.2 acres and extensive accommodation (c. 4177 sq.ft) to include a self contained wing. 7 Bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 4 reception rooms, Aga Kitchen, triple garage and parking.
Burlingham House is a magnificent Grade II Listed Georgian house situated on the edge of Cotswold market town of Wotton-under Edge with delightful, well maintained formal gardens of about 1.2 acres. Built in 1815, the main part of house is of a classically symmetrical design and offers spacious, light and airy accommodation arranged over two floors displaying a wealth of original character and features. An additional wing provides further accommodation which can either be integral or used as separate accommodation for a nanny or perhaps dependent relatives. The whole includes 7 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 4 reception rooms and extends to some 4177 usable sq.ft. The house has gas fired central heating and offers good presentation but has scope for some updating and modernisation in parts.
Outside, the beautiful formal gardens and grounds extend to around 1.2 acres entered via a gated driveway and circular driveway with double and single garages off with attic over. The gardens are south facing enjoying good privacy with mature trees and landscaping and include a well maintained hard court tennis court.
SITUATION Wotton-under-Edge is a typical Cotswold market town made prosperous from the former woollen industry and today provides good local amenities for everyday needs, including schools for all ages and the highly regarded Katherine Lady Berkeley secondary school, local shops, pubs, restaurants and services including doctors’ and dental surgeries. There are popular sports and social clubs, a local swimming pool and the Wotton Electric Picture House. The M5 Motorway is just 5 miles away, putting Bristol (20 miles) and Gloucester (19 miles) within easy reach. The nearest railway station is Cam and Dursley (7 miles), which is on the Bristol to Birmingham line, offering services to Bristol Parkway whilst Kemble station provides a regular service to London Paddington.