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Broadwell, Gloucestershire GL56

Asking Price — £6,150,000
  • Size 7,688 sq ft
  • Sitting rooms 4
  • Bedrooms 9
  • Bathrooms 5
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Set in the sought after Cotswold village of Broadwell, Millbrook House is a charming village manor house in enchanting grounds, looking out onto paddocks and down to the brook it takes its name from beyond.

The house was built in circa 1720, with later additions and restoration completed by Sir Guy Dawber around 1890, and has been in the same ownership since the 1950’s. Downstairs are three reception rooms, all with generous ceiling heights and wonderful original features. The impressive drawing room boasts large stone mullioned windows which look down over its garden, with the stream, or brook, below leading into the River Evenlode. The dining room too has rather a magical feel to it with wood paneling and two sash windows flooding the room with light. Working fire places in all these rooms are both impressive and wonderfully cosy in the winter months.

The kitchen, with cellar below, is at the rear of the house and also leads through to the two bedroom, two storey flat. This self-contained flat also has external access allowing it to be incorporated into the main house or used separately.

Upstairs over the first and second floor are seven bedrooms, all of which have good proportions and generous ceiling heights, as well as two additional bedrooms in the flat, which again can be accessed from the main house if wished.  Five bathrooms, three of which are ensuite, serve the bedrooms with the house ideally set up for entertaining weekend guests.

The property has numerous outbuildings, including the Coach House, which has a studio flat above, as well as further garaging and store rooms.

The house sits towards the rear of its land, with the garden leading down towards the brook. On the village side there is a beautiful imposing stone wall providing privacy as well as an impressive entrance. On the other side of the brook is an area of woodland and a paddock which has separate access leading out to the lane above.