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Former sawmill once used by the monks of Maugersbury restored into stately home goes on sale

Anything but run of the mill! Former sawmill once used by the monks of Maugersbury restored into stately home with hand-built circular kitchen addition and limestone floors can be yours for £2million

  • Millway Tower set in the heart of the picturesque North Cotswolds in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
  • Built in 1307, tower used as a saw mill by the monks of Maugersbury when the area was covered by forest
  • Approached by gravel drive, it has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, two reception rooms and 1.8 acres of land

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A spectacular 14th century converted mill which once served local monks has went up on the market for £2million.

Millway Tower has stood in the heart of the picturesque North Cotswolds in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty since 1307.

The tower is believed to have used as a sawmill by the monks of Maugersbury when the area was covered by forest.

Millway Tower has stood in the heart of the picturesque North Cotswolds in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty since 1307

The stately home, which is on the market for £2m, features an eye-catching, hand-made circular kitchen with a spiral staircase

The stately home, which is on the market for £2m, features an eye-catching, hand-made circular kitchen with a spiral staircase 

The 700-year-old converted sawmill has been brought into the 21st century after a decade of renovations by its current owner

The 700-year-old converted sawmill has been brought into the 21st century after a decade of renovations by its current owner

This sprawling study - featuring a hand-made wooden desk, leather sofa and coffee table - is just one of 10 rooms in the home

This sprawling study – featuring a hand-made wooden desk, leather sofa and coffee table – is just one of 10 rooms in the home

The spiral staircase leads into one of the property's two living rooms, which is connected to the kitchen via a stone archway

The spiral staircase leads into one of the property’s two living rooms, which is connected to the kitchen via a stone archway

Approached by a gravel drive, the converted mill has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, two reception rooms and comes with 1.8 acres of land

Approached by a gravel drive, the converted mill has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, two reception rooms and comes with 1.8 acres of land

The owners opted for a minimal theme in their master bedroom - decorating it with a huge king-sized bed and suede sofa

The owners opted for a minimal theme in their master bedroom – decorating it with a huge king-sized bed and suede sofa

But the 700-year-old property has been brought into the 21st century after a decade of renovations by its current owner. 

Approached by a gravel drive, the four-bedded contemporary home also features four bathrooms and two reception rooms and comes with 1.8 acres of land.  

The property, which is located between Stow on the Wold and Upper Oddington, is made of stone, with the floor fashioned from limestone.  

Leigh Glazebrook, partner at estate agent Knight Frank, said: ‘This is a unique, one in a million property. It has been converted from a mill into a home by the present owner, a businessman, since he bought it in 2009.

The property, which is located between Stow on the Wold and Upper Oddington, is made of stone, with the floor fashioned from limestone

The property, which is located between Stow on the Wold and Upper Oddington, is made of stone, with the floor fashioned from limestone

Leigh Glazebrook, partner at estate agent Knight Frank, said: 'This is a unique, one in a million property. It has been converted from a mill into a home by the present owner, a businessman, since he bought it in 2009

Leigh Glazebrook, partner at estate agent Knight Frank, said: ‘This is a unique, one in a million property. It has been converted from a mill into a home by the present owner, a businessman, since he bought it in 2009

One of the property's ultra modern bathrooms features two deep 'his and hers' hand basins

One of the property’s ultra modern bathrooms features two deep ‘his and hers’ hand basins 

Mr Glazebrook added: 'Millway Tower is set in beautiful grounds offering fantastic views and the village of Stow on the Wold with all its amenities is close by'. Pictured: An aerial shot of the stately home

Mr Glazebrook added: ‘Millway Tower is set in beautiful grounds offering fantastic views and the village of Stow on the Wold with all its amenities is close by’. Pictured: An aerial shot of the stately home

‘There was only a mill to start with which I do not believe had been used for this purpose for many years. The vendor built the extension, turning a historic building into a contemporary home.

‘The hand made circular kitchen, which has designed to fit the shape of the mill, is quite special. 

‘Millway Tower is set in beautiful grounds offering fantastic views and the village of Stow on the Wold with all its amenities is close by.’

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