A beautiful listed Georgian house, tucked away in this desirable Cotswold village
Castle Hale is the original Manor of Painswick and the site has been occupied for nearly a thousand years. The Manor later passed into the hands of the Talbot family, later Earls of Shrewsbury and by the Elizabethan age the house was known as ‘Castle Halle’.
This handsome house is Listed Grade II and, as you would expect of a property of its period, has beautifully-proportioned accommodation.
Castle Hale has an impressive approach via an avenue of lime trees which then open out into the gardens and grounds. A graveled driveway leads to the side of the house and a double garage which has a log store to the side.
The gardens and grounds lie to the south and west of the house. Planted with a range of mature trees and shrubs, they provide a delightful setting for the house.
There is a paved terrace outside the kitchen and drawing room, beyond which wide lawns sweep down to mixed borders and evergreen hedging. A spring fed water garden is a charming feature, overlooked by a summer house. Leading off from the kitchen is a covered swimming pool with a kitchen garden to the rear.
Property Features Include: Historic Home
Approximate Square Feet:
Lot Acres: 1.26