Round home with secret garden studio annexe goes on the market for £845k

The Round House sits on 2.5 acres of land (Picture: Knight Frank)

Original and unique features score highly when it comes to buying a home – and this property has them in spades.

Near Woodmancote, near Dursley, Gloucestershire, the lodge-style house has between and five bedrooms depending on whether you count those in its outhouses.

The Round House, as it’s called, is thought to date back to 1820, and is Grade II Listed. Included in the sale is 2.5 acres of land.

It comprises a circular tower and a two-storey wing with three bedrooms, reception rooms, a large kitchen, and multiple bathrooms.

Head out to the garden and you’ll see (if you’re looking carefully) a mirrored annexe sunken into the side of a small hill. In here you’ll find a studio and engine Shed with en-suite shower room and attached garden store.

The main reception rooms are circle-shaped too (Picture: Knight Frank)
Views stretch across the Cotswolds (Picture: Knight Frank)
Outside, a mirrored studio annexe is carved into the garden (Picture: Knight Frank)

This could be turned into a bedroom for those needing extra sleeping space.

A separate two-storey outbuilding houses a double garage and guest suite with en suite bathroom. This could also work as a workshop or office.

Situated between the local market towns of Wotton-underEdge and Tetbury, The Round House is just on the edge of the unspoiled Cotswolds Hills.

Another outhouse has a double garage (Picture: Knight Frank)
As well as a guest suite and bathroom (Picture: Knight Frank)
Original stonework can be spotted throughout (Picture: Knight Frank)

The new owner can sit out on the property’s terrace to look at the view of an unspoilt valley, before heading back inside to sit on their rounded couch (you’ll need to source one of them, perhaps from the current occupiers).

Although the home retains its original stonework and beams, there are plenty of mod cons, such as electric car charging points and a fitted kitchen.

Londoners look away now, as you can bag a historic house like this for an asking price of £845,000. It’s certainly not pocket change, but not bad for living in a tower on acres of land.

Check out the full listing on the Knight Frank website.

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