Main Street, Buckland, Nr Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A charming country home in a prestigious village with open bay barn, stables and paddocks. In all 18 acres.

Accommodation comprises; Reception hall, cloakroom, drawing room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room, ground floor master bedroom suite, cellar, master bedroom suite, 3 further bedrooms and bathroom.

Delightful gardens, courtyard and outbuildings.


Buckland House is a charming and stylish country home constructed of Cotswold stone and part timbered the origins of which are thought to date back to the 12th century. Some of the many lovely internal features include stone fireplaces, exposed timbers, stone and oak floors, exposed trusses and stone walls. The kitchen is farmhouse style with a range of painted cupboards with range style cooker and granite worktops. The accommodation is light and spacious with a ground floor bedroom ideal as a guest suite. The master bedroom suite is secluded from the three other bedrooms with windows on 3 sides, impressive roof trusses and a master bathroom with walk-in double shower. There is plenty of outside space to enjoy with useful outbuildings and stabling. The 18 acres rise from behind the house and from the top there are lovely views.


Buckland is an ancient and very attractive village which lies to the south of Broadway. The village is made up of honey coloured stone houses and cottages some of which date from the 1400's. The former Manor House now Buckland Manor Hotel is a well regarded country house boutique hotel offering superb meals, afternoon tea, croquet and tennis in the summer. St Michael's church in the heart of the village has fabric dating back to the 13th Century. The village is set below the Cotswold escarpment and the surrounding countryside offers superb walks and riding. Everyday shopping needs are met in Broadway (approx 4 minute drive/20 minute walk) which has restaurants, cafes, Broadway Deli (with delivery), supermarket, post office, butcher, health centre and the Lygon Arms with spa and gym. Further facilities are available in Winchcombe, Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon. Road and rail communications are excellent with the M5 Junction 9 at Tewkesbury and trains to London Paddington from Evesham, Honeybourne and Moreton-in-Marsh.


The property has two independent accesses from the village street and an additional access to the stables. There is ample parking for cars and horse boxes. There are honey coloured stone walls and a large mature informal garden with pond. Open Barn with four bays, stone Stable Block with four stables, The Old Chapel with hot and cold water, electricity and drainage. Ideal as a tack room, hobby room or storage. There are five fenced paddocks rising up behind the house. In all totalling 18 acres.

Right of Way - a footpath enters the land from the north eastern boundary and splits in two. The lower path leads to the lane behind The Rectory. The upper path runs along the contour and leads to the upper part of the village.

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