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Fri 30 August 2019
The most famous house in the Cotswolds celebrates its 110th anniversary this year. But although the foundations were laid in 1909, Rodmarton Manor wasn't ready to move into until 20 years later.
The house was built by hand following the methods of the Arts and Crafts movement, using local hand-cut stone, local timber and local craftsmen and is renowned as one of the last great country houses to be built in the traditional way.
And while the houses of neighbouring St Peter's Close did not take 20 years to complete, attention to detail and quality building materials went into their construction.
5 St Peter's Close is an individually designed home on an exclusive development, finished in natural Cotswold stone elevations and enjoying well-proportioned accommodation.
Dual and triple-aspect rooms let plenty of light flood in, and afford views across the Cotswolds countryside, while parquet flooring, genuine slate floors, and solid wood kitchen worktops all lend this impressive detached house a feel of craftsmanship.
With four bedrooms, the property is bound to appeal to families, and the flourishing Rodmarton Primary School – which last year doubled its intake from 31 pupils to 58 following a positive Ofsted report – is just around the corner.
It is on the market for £550,000.