Cotswolds property on market for £10.4million
By Rob Freeman | 20th July 2020
Latest figures suggest the UK property market is enjoying something of a surge and for anyone really looking to splash out, a Cotswolds mansion is on the market for more than £10million.
Chittlegrove, formerly part of the Rendcomb Park estate, is believed to be the most expensive property in the Cotswolds at £10.41million.
Covering 883 across in all, the estate is available as a whole or in four lots made up of the central Chittlegrove Farmhouse, a pair of cottages, farm buildings, farmland and woodland plus three separate lots of farmland.
The eight-bedroom central farmhouse was constructed in 1929 in the Arts and Crafts style.
According to agents Moore, Allen & Innocent - who auctioned the outlying portions in 1914 - the property provides "a rare opportunity to purchase and attractive Cotswolds residential farm with considerable sporting and amenity appeal in addition to its agricultural attributes."
The 846 acres of farmland is in arable production or temporary herbal stewardship grass while there is also 28 acres off woodland.
Part of the land has been used for a small shoot.
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