Fancy a second home in the Cotswolds? This Richard Reid-designed Yellowhammer house in Somerford Keynes, Gloucestershire could be just the thing. If finances permit, obviously.
It’s one of nine properties designed by Richard Reid in the area, all officially classed a ‘second homes’ and all with lakeside views and a glass-heavy design to take advantage of those lakeside views.
Inside, you’ll find an open-plan layout and high ceilings, along with four double bedrooms, a living room and dining room that opens to a terrace, a high-specification kitchen, a roof deck and terraces and a garden that runs to the water’s edge for fishing, boating, and toe dipping.
Plenty of the latest fittings too, including under floor heating to the ground floor, a contemporary inset gas fire in the living room, bi-folding glass doors between the living room and dining room, oak flooring, mood lighting an Opus 500 system with ceiling speakers, broadband. Sky Plus an alarm system…you get the idea.
The downside, obviously, is the price, which is £850,000. That’s for a house you can’t actually live in for 12 months. So perhaps, only for the Lotto winners out there.
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