Hamswell House is a Jacobean, Queen Anne and Georgian Manor House set in a terraced garden.
The early Jacobean façade with its elaborate carved stone portico is a fine example of the English Renaissance. The garden façade is Queen Anne with a stone shell hood on brackets carved with acanthus leaves and beasts above the door. The orangery in the grounds is 18th-century with high arched windows and a Cotswold stone roof.
The extensive gardens are terraced with a network of decorative stone walls and feature a pergola, a herb garden, a kitchen garden and traditional greenhouses.
The house is set in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with wide-ranging rural views.
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Did you know, the house was featured in Tess of the D'Urbervilles starring Eddie Redmayne and Gemma Arterton.