Brockhampton, Cheltenham

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
A charming semi-detached Grade II listed Cotswold stone cottage with idyllic gardens set in a delightful position on the edge of the village.


From Bourton-on-the-Water, take the A436 towards Cheltenham. Pass the junction with the B4068 from Stow and take the right hand turn sign posted Brockhampton and Sevenhampton (adjacent to Cotswold Trailers). Proceed along the lane and drop down into Brockhampton where Hill Cottage will be found shortly on the right hand side.


Brockhampton is a delightful rural Cotswold village with a superb local pub, The Craven Arms. The nearby village of Sevenhampton has a lovely parish church and the historic town of Winchcombe (4 miles) provides a superb range of of local shops and pubs/restaurants and is also home to Sudeley Castle. The region's major commercial and cultural centre of Cheltenham lies just 7 miles to the west. Cheltenham provides a comprehensive range of services and amenities with excellent shopping including most of the nations largest retailers and restaurants. It is also home to Prestbury Racecourse, Cinemas and the Everyman Theatre and also major festivals including the annual literature, jazz, science and cricket festivals. There are also main line rail services. The surrounding Cotswolds provide for a comprehensive range of rural leisure pursuits and there is excellent access to the local footpath network.


Hill Cottage comprises a charming grade II listed semi detached cottage of natural Cotswold stone elevations with fine Cotswold stone mullions to the front and a more recent extension to the side. The accommodation is arranged over two floors with a kitchen/breakfast room, principal living room with fine mullions and open fireplace with wood burning stove together with a ground floor bathroom. There are two further bedrooms on the first floor. The property has beautiful and mature well planted gardens to the side and the property offers potential for further extension and/or alteration if desired and subject to any necessary consents.

Wide covered entrance with outside light and opaque glazed timber door to:

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

With casement window to side elevation and quarry tiled floor. Pedestrian door with glazed inserts to rear garden. Fitted kitchen comprising worktop with stainless steel sink with chrome mixer tap, tiled splash back. Built-in cupboards and drawers with space and plumbing for washing machine. Range of eye-level cupboards and extractor over hob. 4 ring Neff hob. Three quarter height unit to one side with a pair of built-in Neff oven/grills. Cupboards above and below.

From the kitchen step up to built-in larder cupboard with built-in shelving and archway through to:


With continuation of quarry tiled floor. Built-in cupboard with electric meter and fusebox. Pine door with glazed panel to:


With continuation of quarry tiled floor. Panelled bath with chrome mixer tap and wall mounted Mira shower over with glazed folding shower panel. Part tiled walls low-level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Opaque glazed windows to rear elevation and window back to hall.

From the hall, steps down to:

Sitting / Dining Room

With mullioned casement windows with timber shutters to front elevation. Painted timber window seat. Wide open fire place with heavy timber bressumer over, fitted with a Villager wood burning stove. Beamed ceiling with further mullioned casement window with shutters to front elevation and painted timber front door with glazed inserts which leads to the front of the property.

From the sitting/dining room, stairs with timber handrail lead to half landing with feature fixed window overlooking the rear garden. Stairs rising to:

First Floor Landing

With further casement window overlooking the rear garden with stripped pine door to:

Bedroom 1

With mullioned casement to front elevation, exposed timber framing and built-in cupboard.

From the landing, stripped pine door leading to:

Bedroom 2

With mullioned casement to front elevation with extensive range of built-in wardrobes. Further deep built-in cupboard with pine slatted shelving and further walk-in cupboard with hanging rail and shelving over. Access to roof space.


Hill cottage is approached from the Brockhampton lane with pedestrian gate and Cotswold stone wall and path leading to the front door. Set to the side of the property has a parking area for 2 cars and in turn leading to the side door. The gardens and grounds to Hill Cottage are accessed via a gravel path and gate with retaining Cotswold stone wall with a part paved and part gravelled terrace immediately to the rear of the property. With external Worcester Bosch central heating boiler and seating area. Steps with herbaceous boarders lead up to the principal garden with a number of retaining Cotswold stone walls and beds with mature weeping ash and extensive clipped shrubs, plants and pathways. At the far end are a pair of detached sheds with a step up to a lawned area with raised sleeper beds and vegetable borders with a number of fruiting shrubs and plants. A gravelled path leads through the main garden back to the principal herbaceous borders to the side. Stone paved path and a paved stone terrace enjoy a lovely southerly aspect with mature shrubs and trees and a lawned area leading back to the cottage.


Cotswold District Council, Trinity Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 1PX (Tel: 01285 623000)


Council Tax band E. Rate Payable for 2021/ 2022 £2,267.94


Mains Electricity and Water. Private Drainage are connected. Oil-fired central heating.

01451 798058

Tayler & Fletcher (Bourton On The Water)

High Street, Bourton-on-the-Water, GL54 2AP

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