Newland, Gloucestershire

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The Old Station is a converted village railway station that stopped operating in 1916. The four-bedroom house is large, incorporating the two original platforms that have been linked to create a light, single-storey home with a double garage and workrooms underneath. Features include polished mahogany woodblock flooring, bespoke joinery and fitted cupboards throughout and a big boarded attic. In the 1.8-acre grounds there is a detached converted goods shed, sun terraces, stone outbuildings and two WW2 air raid shelters.

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