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Washpool, Horsley, GL6

Set on the southerly side of the valley with spectacular, ever-changing, woodland views, Box Hedge Cottage is a generous family home with grounds extending between the hamlet of Washpool and Horsley Road, planted with an array of established plants, shrubs, spring bulbs and fruit trees, plus a stunning annex, carport, and parking.

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Oxlynch, Standish, GL10

Dating back to the 17th century Compass Cottage has been extended over the years to create a charming and substantial family home. Set in 0.81 of an acre the property has expanses of level garden, along with an 'in and out' driveway and a woodland glade. A much-loved home for many years, the property could now benefit from some upgrading to fulfil its potential.

Claypits, Eastington, GL10

A unique opportunity to purchase an extensive period home in a good-size plot plus a separate barn set in a walled garden, with current planning permission for an ongoing development.


Claypits, Eastington, GL10

One of a development of four stylish properties created in 2019 by well-regarded local developer Stag Homes, Copperstones, the largest of the four, boasts a particularly generous plot and breath-taking full height glazing to the entrance hall.

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Whitecourt, Uley, GL11

Commanding some of the most spectacular views Uley has to offer this four bedroom property sits at the foot of Uley Bury, enjoying an elevated, southerly aspect and an outlook across the valley.


Shortwood, Nailsworth GL6

A substantial, recently updated detached family home in a secluded hamlet of Nailsworth with mature garden, ample parking, and its own self-contained annexe which has been successfully rented for more than 20 years. This substantial annexe offers perfect AirBnB, multi-generational living, or long term let potential. CHAIN FREE.

Peak Down, Cam, GL11

A rare gem of a property, positioned at the foot of iconic Cam Peak, boasting 360 degree panoramic views, and the Cotswold Way quite literally on the door-step.

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The Quarry, Cam, GL11

Barton Place is a fine example of Victorian architecture with trademark mellow red brick, high ceilings, large windows and some beautiful internal detailing to include original doors, built-in cupboards and attractive door furniture. This much-loved home has been in the same ownership for many years and has been the subject of extensive, sympathetic improvements and renovation. Deceptively generous the property offers more than 1800 square feet of living space arranged predominantly over two floors, with the addition of a large cellar and a beautifully orchestrated loft conversion.

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Budding Way, Littlecombe, GL11

Well appointed on the Littlecombe estate, 21 Budding Way has a pleasant outlook to both front and rear, a surprisingly private rear garden and a great aspect enabling a good degree of sunshine throughout the day.

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Fort Lane, Woodmancote, GL11

A beautifully presented three bedroom character cottage in a peaceful, elevated position on the side of Stinchcombe Hill, with wonderful Cotswold Way walks, quite literally on the doorstep yet the amenities of town only a short distance away.

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Chestal Terrace, Dursley, GL11

Built in 1892 Chestal Terrace is tucked away in a secluded enclave of Old Dursley, with an attractive outlook over Dursley Bowls Club, and with the Cotswold Way passing the door it is equally convenient for access to both the adjacent country lanes and the amenities of town which are within just a few minutes walk.

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Holywell Road, Cam, GL11

 A single storey elevated detached three-bedroom property with countryside views, located at the end of a peaceful cul-de-sac in popular Norman Hill. CHAIN FREE.

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Bull Pitch, Dursley, GL11

Brick Cottage, located on Bull Pitch, a stone's throw from the many amenities of Dursley town, is a rare gem of a property; double-fronted and detached, with retained character features and a private Mediterranean style rear garden.

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Woodmancote, GL11

Dating back to the mid 19th century the property is one of several charming workers cottages which were later adapted to gain their now Grade II listed facades. Conveniently located on Woodmancote, close to the stunning woodland and many walks of Stinchombe Hill and Whiteway, yet conveniently positioned for the many amenities of Dursley town.