Architect and designer Sir Jeffry Wyatville created Lypiatt Lodge, a Grade II listed gatehouse, for the nearby Lypiatt Park in 1820. Purchasers of this property will be joining a distinguished group of people who, like Sir Wyatville, were known to add to and modify Windsor Castle. It’s peculiar, bursting with personality, and rich in background.

Located in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to the south of the Cotswolds is Lypiatt Lodge in Stroud, Gloucestershire. The imposing three-story tower of the castellated lodge up for sale is complemented by a one-story wing to the west.

There are numerous examples of period details, such as crenellations, a Tudor-arched gateway, oriel and trefoil-headed mullion windows, and even your very own turret. Hold on, things get better. There are two rooms with access to a roof terrace when you go via the turret.

lypiatt lodge for sale in stroud, gloucestershire

The new owner intends to upgrade and maybe expand the home, subject to obtaining the required planning approvals, and the interiors require renovation.

There are three bedrooms, a family bathroom, and a wet room on the ground floor, but there is also potential for five bedrooms over three storeys, depending on how they are configured. The central kitchen/breakfast area is accessible by the side or back doors, while the entrance hall leads to the sitting room with a study.

To the south, there’s a private garden as well as a separate gated entrance leading to the yard area that has several practical timber outbuildings.Knight Frank is asking £700,000 for the sale of Lypiatt Lodge.

lypiatt lodge for sale in stroud, gloucestershire
lypiatt lodge for sale in stroud, gloucestershire
lypiatt lodge for sale in stroud, gloucestershire
lypiatt lodge, gloucestershire
lypiatt lodge, gloucestershire
lypiatt lodge, gloucestershire
lypiatt lodge, gloucestershire
lypiatt lodge for sale in stroud, gloucestershire

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