This charming period house occupies a wonderful private setting, set down its own private driveway and enjoying magnificent views over the valley below.
The house is believed to originally date from the 17th century, with later The Barn additions. Although very much in the vernacular manner, the house has particularly well-proportioned accommodation for a Cotswold house of this style and period. The ceilings, particularly on the ground floor, are impressively high giving a feeling of elegance and grandeur not normally associated with a farmhouse. All the main rooms face south, overlooking the gardens to the countryside beyond. Trillgate Farm is not Listed.
A long private driveway leads down past the side of the house to a parking and turning area to the south. Adjoining this is a range of stables/workshops. To the east of the main house is a large stone barn has been converted to create a studio/ancillary accommodation. It comprises impressive space with a large open plan living area on the ground floor and a huge first floor studio with wonderful views. There is a private south facing terrace to the front.
A further stone barn provides garaging with a stable to the rear. Trillgate Farm sits within beautiful gardens which provide the ideal setting for the house. A wide paved terrace runs along the southern side of the house and below this are broad terraced lawns with mixed borders and clipped hedging. There are two pretty stone summerhouses. To the rear of the house is a small paddock.
Approximate Square Feet:
Lot Acres: 2.21