High Street, Kempsford, Fairford, Gloucestershire, GL7

High Street, Kempsford, Fairford, Gloucestershire, GL7

Asking £2,250,000

Über High Street, Kempsford, Fairford, Gloucestershire, GL7

An exceptional unlisted period village house with River Thames frontage

Unlisted period house with River Thames frontage
Reception Hall
Drawing Room
Dining Room
Billiard Room
Grape House
Sitting Room
Kitchen/Breakfast Room
Utility Room
Master Bedroom with en suite bathroom
6 further Bedrooms
3 further Bathrooms
Landing/Sitting room
Self-contained one bedroom flat
Double garage
Gardens and grounds of 2.2 acres
Kempsford House is an exceptional Victorian House which was built in circa 1861 on the site of a former Tudor dwelling. An excellent village house, the property is accessed via a long and private graveled drive. Kempsford House occupies a prime position in the village, in secluded grounds with attractive river frontage on the River Thames and picturesque views of St Mary’s church.

As with period houses of this nature, Kempsford House has impressive proportions including notably high ceilings. Other key features include large sash windows, many complete with working shutters, picture hanging rails and attractive fireplaces.

There are a number of striking rooms within the house including a substantial drawing room, a dining room that would be the envy of many a London club and a quite superb library on the first floor with a double height vaulted ceiling and exceptional views of the garden down to the river and countryside beyond.

Also of note is the cellar which offers a fascinating snapshot to the past. Although the house is Victorian, the cellar survives from an earlier incarnation and is in fact Tudor. Along with the very useful game larder, wine cellar and boiler room, there remains an original Tudor bread oven, window and fireplace.

In summary, Kempsford House is an excellent village house, with rooms of impressive proportions and a wealth of charm and character.

Kempsford House sits in an idyllic and private plot of approximately 2.2 acres with a beautiful section of River Thames frontage, to which the property has fishing rights. The river forms the boundary between Gloucestershire and Wiltshire and there are far reaching views of the surrounding countryside. The gardens are mostly laid to lawn which is South and West facing.


  • Angestelltenwohnungen
Asking £2,250,000
Komplett ausgestattete Bäder
7,234 Sq Ft.
2.2 Acker