A CONVERTED Cotwold railway station is up for sale for £1.5million.
The former Stow Station was transformed into a family home in the 1960s.
Built in the heyday of Victorian steam travel on the Great Western Banbury & Cheltenham Line and operated from 1881 until the Beeching closures in 1962, Stow Station was then converted into a dwelling.
Sitting in just under four acres and with its own tennis court, paddock and gardens, this five bedroom, three reception property is based in a rural location within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and is just a mile from the town centre of Stow-on-the-Wold.
It has been sympathetically extended over the years to create a comfortable and distinctive home, and features a steeply pitched roof and stone mullioned windows that echo the original station building.
Ground floor accommodation comprises an entrance porch, hall, sitting room, a study, playroom, kitchen/dining/family room, a walk-in pantry and utility room.
There is a master bedroom with Jack’n’Jill bathroom, three further double bedrooms, a single bedroom and shower room. Outside is a summerhouse, garage, carport and two storage sheds.
Further details via: butlersherborn.co.uk/Old Stow Station, Stow-on-the-Wold