This week's featured property, Myles House is situated in Ashmead, and is priced at £1,100,000.

A lovely period family house in a quiet location with a fabulous garden.

This is a handsome grade II listed house with origins dating back to the early 18th century with later influence in the Arts and Crafts style.

Myles House is situated in Ashmead, a small rural hamlet situated between the villages of Cam and Coaley, in beautiful semi-wooded countryside on the lower reaches of the Cotswold Hills escarpment, in an area designated as being of outstanding natural beauty.

The house is built of local stone under a traditional stone-tile roof and has an impressive multi-gabled front façade, which is colour wash rendered and has a decorative panel inscribed 1705 and 1913.

The accommodation, which is arranged over three floors, extends to just under 5,000 sq ft in total and is full of charm, retaining many period features including fireplaces and exposed beams.

The house stands well back from the country lane and is approached via a gravel drive, which leads to a double garage with electric up-and-over doors.

The garden is an absolute delight and a particularly attractive feature of the property.

The majority of the garden lies to the south of the property, with a lovely view of Cam Long Down and Downham Hill.

At the far end of the garden there is an old farm building which now provides useful covered storage space.

There is also a lovely aspect from the garden across to the Cotswold Hills escarpment.