Become a neighbour of Clarkson’s Farm: Three Cotswold houses for sale in Chadlington – the village that’s next to Diddly Squat farm
- We pick three properties for sale in the village of Chadlington, in the Cotswolds
- Chadlington has featured prominently in season two of TV’s Clarkson’s Farm
- The average price of a home sold in Chadlington in the past year is £616,750
The Cotswold village of Chadlington has become much better known recently due to Jeremy Clarkson and his neighbouring Diddly Squat Farm.
And there’s a chance to own a home in the village, with not just one but three homes for sale.
They all hover around the £600,000 to £700,000 price range and have at least three bedrooms.
The village of Chadlington has featured prominently in the new season of TV’s Clarkson’s Farm
The village has featured heavily in Clarkson’s Farm season two, with Jeremy Clarkson apologising to residents during a Q&A for calling them morons.
Clarkson arranged the Q&A for disgruntled locals in the village of Chadlington, who have been unhappy with the impact of his farm and farm shop on the area of outstanding natural beauty.
Chadlington has local shops, a butcher, pubs and a bistro as well as a primary school, with the celebrity hotspot Soho Farmhouse less than four miles away.
The average price of a property sold in Chadlington during the last 12 months was £616,750.
It is almost double the average £336,760 price of a home in Britain, according to property website Zoopla.
This Cotswold stone cottage has three bedrooms and easy access celebrity hotspot Soho Farmhouse. Daylesford and Diddly Squat farm shop are also nearby.
The terrace property has some period features, including inglenook fireplace and beams on the ceilings. It is for sale for £645,000 via Butler Sherborn estate agents.
2. Four-bed semi-detached, £700k
This semi-detached barn conversion in Chadlington is on the market for £700,000 via Mark David estate agents
The living room has beams on the ceiling and a fireplace with a brick surround and plenty of space for entertaining
The property has four bedrooms and flexible living arrangements that offer the potential for an annexe
The garden has a patio and separate lawn area with far-reaching views across the surrounding countryside
This semi-detached barn conversion in Chadlington has far-reaching views of the surrounding countryside.
It has four bedrooms and flexible living arrangements that offer the potential for an annexe. It is on the market for £700,000 via Mark David estate agents.
3. Three-bed cottage, £590k
This stone cottage in Chadlington is Grade II listed and is being sold with a price tag of £590,000 via Purplebricks
The pretty interior boasts flagstone floors, an inglenook fireplace and exposed stonework
The exposed brickwork continues into the living room that also has doors leading outside
The period cottage has a mature garden that has a view of the lawn and of the church in the village
This period cottage is Grade II listed and boasts flagstone floors, an inglenook fireplace and exposed stonework.
It has a mature garden and is being sold with a price tag of £590,000 via Purplebricks.
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