Fancy living in a sprawling estate with rolling lawns at the end of a country lane? 

Two impressive country homes in Oxfordshire and the Cotswolds are new on the market and could be yours if you have £1.65million - £4.85million to spare.

Grange Farm, Burford Road, Brize Norton, OX18 3NN - £2.3million

This spacious property has 3,990 sq ft (371 square metres) of living space and sits in almost three acres of land.

Grade II listed Grange Farm has five bedrooms, four reception rooms and three bathrooms.

The 16th century monastic grange includes a 12th century arrow slit window, stair tower and stone arch window.

There is flagstone flooring, high ceilings with original beams and many original timbers on the second floor.

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Situated on the edge of Brize Norton, there are also stone outbuildings, lovely gardens with a 14th century dovecote and a paddock.

The property was previously owned by Christ Church College in Oxford and has been well maintained over the past 20 years and has been part of the annual National Garden Scheme.

Ashwood House, Snowshill, Gloucestershire WR12 7JU - £4.85million for the whole, but also available in two lots - Lot 1 £3.5million

Close to Broadway, Ashwood House has seven bedrooms, three reception rooms and five bathrooms.

For sale as a whole or in two lots, the first includes the house, 17 acres of gardens, grounds and paddocks, while the second adds a further 74 acres together with an agricultural building currently used as stabling.

The country house was originally built to a traditional Cotswold design in the 1960s on the edge of Snowshill.  

It has since been extended and extensively renovated with a stone outbuilding to the rear which could be converted into ancillary accommodation or a home office.

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Outside the landscaped garden wraps around the house with a south facing terrace to the rear.  

There are two separate entrances with electric gates and a large parking area to the side of the house.  

The surrounding land is mainly down to long term pasture interspersed with areas of woodland and divided into three principal areas.

The house and gardens sitting in some four acres. These include the paddock which is fenced with estate railings and on the other side of the lane to the north, a further block of land extending to approximately 13 acres of pasture and woodland.

Lot 2 is included within the whole site, but could be sold separately.  

This is approximately 74 acres and is down to grass with four principal fields and a number of smaller turnout paddocks.  

At its centre is an agricultural building currently used as a stable block and comprising looseboxes, a secure tack room and an office/staff room, WC and storeroom.

There is also a five-horse Claydon horse walker and a muck store area.

The house is convenient for Banbury, Cheltenham, Evesham, Stow-on-the-Wold and Stratford-upon-Avon.