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Buckland Court
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Buckland Court

Five minutes by car from the famous ‘picture-postcard’ village of Broadway, in the ancient hamlet of Buckland, lies HPB Buckland Court, a delightful cluster of Cotswold stone cottages.

Said to date back to the seventh century, Buckland nestles in a quiet valley set against a scenic wooded backdrop. Once a collection of old farm buildings, the Bond’s cottages have been superbly converted and refurbished to create, arguably, the most peaceful setting in the portfolio.

Visit www.hpb.co.uk for more information.

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Uploaded: 23/04/2009
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