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Home is a dream come true for the keen rider; This stunning family residence is set in grounds of 15 acres, writes Alison Jones.

Byline: Alison Jones

With its impressive equine facilities, Natton House in Ashchurch, Gloucestershire, offers everything needed for the horse enthusiast.

The property is set in a rural position in a country lane on the outskirts of the village of Ashchurch, which is a mile and a half from Tewkesbury and just under 10 miles from Cheltenham.

Covering more than 15 acres, it boasts a rendered and timber stable block situated within the main yard. This is divided into six loose boxes, a tack room and feed store. There is an adjacent car port.

It also has Monarch stabling divided into three large mare and foal boxes with electric lighting.

Lying within the secondary yard is a ?ve bay steel framed barn (approx 60'8" x 30') sub divided into ?ve loose boxes with water troughs and electric lighting.

There is an adjacent American style barn 61' x 30' sub-divided into four internal Monarch loose boxes with water troughs and separate hay store (formerly used as further loose boxes).

The manege (covering approx 87' 6" x 62'8") is enclosed by post and rail and wire fencing.

A horse lunge comes with full height timber panelling.

To the back of Natton House are two post and rail fenced paddocks with shared water trough.

On the other side of the lane from the house are two more large post and rail fenced paddocks with extensive lane frontage, two ?eld shelters and a water supply.

The spacious family home supplies comfortable accommodation for its two-legged residents. On the ground ?oor Natton House includes a central reception hall, large through lounge, generous dining room (both with open ?replaces) and separate sitting room with wood burner. The kitchen is ?tted with a range of timber units and leads directly into the conservatory with toilet off. A laundry also lies off the kitchen.

Up on the ?rst ?oor there is a gallery landing together with four double bedrooms, two with wash hand basins and one with a shower cubicle. There is a separate family bathroom.

From the windows, the splendid views stretch towards Bishops Cleeve and the Cotswolds escarpment.

At the front of the house there are double timber ?eld gates leading to an extensive yard and parking area to the side/rear of the house. There is a separate driveway with timber ?eld gate and further gate leading onto the lane. Set within the gardens and grounds are some outbuildings that include a brick and tile garage.

The gardens are principally lawned and lie mostly to the front and one side of the house. They also feature a cluster of horse chestnut trees and various shrubs. At the back of the house a paved terrace makes an ideal spot for sitting and enjoying the sun.

VIEWING INFORMATION AGENT: G Herbert Banks TEL: 01299 896 968 WEB: www.gherbertbanks.co.uk GUIDE PRICE: PS1,200,000
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Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Sep 5, 2013
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