4 Bedroom Detached House - Sold STC

Cotswold Meadows Great Rissington GL54.


Sold STC

Key features

  • Superb location

  • Spacious well planned interior

  • Beautiful low maintenance garden

  • Rural aspect

  • Village community

  • Easy access to all amenities

  • Planning permission to create external office and store

  • Extremely well presented

  • Catchment for the Outstanding Cotswold Academy

  • Excellent village pub and primary school

  • Parking for several cars

  • Good sized living rooms and bedrooms


Asking Price:

Superbly located in a picturesque Cotswold Village.

A substantial four-bedroom freehold detached property in the highly desirable Cotswold village of Great Rissington, Gloucestershire which is only a few minutes’ beautiful drive from the A40 and within easy access of the mainline train station at Kingham.

Pinewood adjoins open countryside and is in an exclusive small development via a private road close to the village manor house and church. It is an attractive detached house, constructed of natural Cotswold stone under a pitched tiled roof. Internally the accommodation is spacious and well laid out and includes a kitchen breakfast/family room, good sized entrance hall, large dining drawing room with working fireplace, study, two good sized bedroom suites and two further double bedrooms.

There is a private graveled driveway leading to a detached double garage, with a pitched tiled roof. The garage benefits from Planning Permission to create a superb first floor external office and store, further enhancing the available space.

The pretty garden lies mainly to the side and the rear of the house and offers a good degree of seclusion, with access, via a gate, to the countryside beyond (ideal for dog walking) and the stunning views of the Windrush Valley. A “sun trap” terrace area, is surrounded by low Cotswold stone walling.

Pinewood is the perfect property for a “family”; for “downsizers” who do not want to go too small; the perfect “lock-up and leave” for travellers or a low maintenance “second home” in a very safe, picturesque location. 

This superb property has been very well maintained and considerably improved by the current owner with numerous works undertaken. Viewing is highly recommended of this spacious property.

Room details:

Entrance/Large Hall

Superb sized Dining Drawing room with large open working fire and French doors to the rear garden.


Large Kitchen Breakfast/Family room with a range of solid oak fronted limed units, halogen hob, double oven, dishwasher and built-in fridge freezer. French doors to the rear garden.

Utility - plumbing for washing machine and positioning for tumble dryer

Downstairs Cloakroom.

Good Sized Landing currently utilised as a second study area.

Master Bedroom with bath/shower ensuite and beautiful distant views over the Windrush valley.

Guest Bedroom Suite with bath ensuite and Windrush valley views.

Bedroom 3 with a range of fitted wardrobes.

Bedroom 4 with a range of fitted wardrobes.

Family Bathroom.

Partly boarded loft space.

Outside - the property is approached via a private road that leads to a private graveled driveway (providing parking for several cars) and the detached double garage.

Front Garden - an area of lawn, with a Cotswold stone retaining wall. 

Access through a side metal gate leads to the side and rear gardens which are a particular feature of the property and mainly laid to lawn with well-planted flower and shrub boarders. There is an attractive sun terrace with Cotswold stone retaining walls, a stone built barbecue and greenhouse. A wooden gate from the secure garden gives access onto the fields to the rear of the property and the many country walks beyond.

Council Tax – Band G - £2675 per annum.

Location; Great Rissington is a delightful small village situated in the heart of the Cotswolds with exceptional views across the Windrush valley. There is a highly regarded local village inn (The Lamb), an active primary school, lies within the catchment area of highly regarded senior schools, a Saint John the Baptist Church, a village hall with cricket pitch and numerous village societies. True village life and community, but with all the necessary amenities only a stone’s throw away. BT Infinity is available.

There is a village bus service to Bourton-on- the-Water some 3 miles’ distance. Other distances include, Stow- on-the-Wold, 6 miles, Cheltenham, 19 miles and Oxford 28 miles. Kingham mainline railway station is only 8 miles away with services to London Paddington.

There is an array of excellent pubs and restaurants; golf clubs; horse racing venues; Daylesford; Soho House at Great Tew and local well known beauty spots, all within a short distance.

Extra Information

  • Property Age: 29 years
  • Council tax band: G (£2675.00 Per Annum)
  • Chain position: No chain
  • Double Glazing: Throughout
  • Heating: oil
  • Parking: Double Garage and Driveway


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