Mill Close, Blockley, Moreton-in-marsh, Gloucestershire. GL56 9DN

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
Screened in a cloak of mature foliage and discretely located within this tranquil environment in the centre of Blockley village, with engaging and mesmeric views over a private mill pond to the front.

Entrance Hall

With easy staircase rising to first floor with spindle Balustrade. Consumer unit and electric meter. Understairs storage cupboard.

Front Living Room (14' 01" x 12' 02" or 4.29m x 3.71m)

With exposed beams to the ceiling. Swedish log burner set into stone fireplace. Mullion windows with outlook onto front graveled area and towards mill pond. Double radiator.

Utility Room

With Worcester combination gas fired central heating boiler. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Window looking onto garden.

Kitchen (13' 11" x 9' 05" or 4.24m x 2.87m)

Fitted on two sides with butlers sink and swan necked sink tap with levers and double cupboard below, stone tiled surround to work surfaces. Rangemaster oven, five base cupboards, one incorporating integrated slim line dishwasher and two with drawers above and one corner cupboard. Three matching wall mounted cupboards. Double radiator. Space for fridge freezer. French doors overlooking garden and opening onto balcony area with staircase. Stone tiled floor.

First Floor Landing Area

Rear Bedroom 2 (11' 04" x 10' 09" or 3.45m x 3.28m)

With Mullion windows overlooking rear garden. Double radiator.

Family Bathroom/W.C.

With four piece suite in white. Pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC with panelled cupboard above. Claw foot roll top bath, mullion window with outlook over rear garden. Tiled shower cubicle with glazed doors and Burlington shower with rain shower head and hand held shower spray. Two built in cupboard units. Ceramic tiled floor and spotlights to the ceiling

Inner Hallway

Leading to master bedroom and staircase rising to second floor. Currently used as office space.

Front Bedroom 1 (12' 08" x 10' 08" or 3.86m x 3.25m)

With built in over-bed unit incorporating mirrored side cupboards and storage above. Built in side unit. Mullion windows with outlook over front graveled courtyard and towards Mill Pond.

Second Floor Attic Room (15' 0" x 12' 03" or 4.57m x 3.73m)

With gallery style staircase, eaves storage and velux window. En suite shower room partly into eaves with three piece suite in white. Tiled shower cubicle with rain shower head and handheld shower spray, wash hand basin set onto cabinet and low flush WC. Chrome style heated towel rail. Whilst the conversion has the relevant planning permissions, the conversion has not been submitted for building regulations.

Outside Front

To the front of the property is a small paved seating area perfect for sitting and unwinding to the sound of the Mill Pond. A shared path runs along the front of the terrace, leading in one direction to the shared parking area and in another direction past the Mill Pond, through the private entrance and out onto the High Street just before the cafe.

Outside - Rear Garden

Mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and hedgerows to each side. Patio area perfect for alfresco dining with gate leading to a graveled pathway giving shared access along the back of the gardens in Mill Close. Over the pathway is a garden shed belonging to this property and a further section of land that belongs to this property.


There is a Management Company in which the purchaser of the property will have a share. The Management Company owns and keeps in repair all the communal areas, including the parking area, the drive and the pathways and the Mill Pond. The Management Company also insures the property against fires, storms etc on a block policy.

Each property is liable for 1/6th of the annual expenditure for the above (currently £115 per month).

Please note that there is a restriction within the title that does not allow commercial holiday lets in Mill Close. However, the property can be used as a second home or on as AST basis.

Local Information

The village of Blockley is steeped in history and a large part of the village is designated as a Conservation Area to protect it.

This unspoilt village has a thriving community enjoying its own purpose-built shop and fully licensed café/restaurant, which operates as a fine dining restaurant several evenings a week. The village has two public houses, three village halls, sports ground and clubs, bowling park and village green with childrens play area, a 12th Century church, a village primary school and is within the catchment area for the Ofsted rated Outstanding Chipping Campden Secondary School.

Nearby Stratford - upon- Avon, Cirencester and Cheltenham offer an excellent choice of shops, leisure and cultural amenities and schools. The immediate countryside surrounding Blockley is perfect for walking and riding and there are many historic houses and gardens in the immediate locality.


From our Moreton in Marsh office turn left, then turn right at the second mini roundabout into Bourton Road. Continue through the village of Bourton on the Hill and turn right at the signpost for Blockley, one and half miles. Follow this road into the village and take the left hand turning before the village green towards the church. Immediately turn right into a gravelled parking area. No 4 is next to the end of the terrace opposite the Mill Pond.

01608 238083

Holmans Estate Agent

High Street, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire

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