House for sale for £3m at Lakes by Yoo, where Kay Burley hid in Hunted

A real celebrity hideout: Luxury £3M home for sale on the private Cotswolds estate where Kay Burley successfully hid on Celebrity Hunted

  • EXCLUSIVE: The property for sale is on the same estate featured on Channel 4’s Celebrity Hunted
  • The luxury six-bedroom eco-friendly house is being sold by fixed-fee estate agent Yopa
  • Sky News’ Kay Burley has a holiday home on the same estate in Gloucestershire

If you’re looking for a celebrity hideout, the Lakes by Yoo estate fits the bill.

It recently featured on Celebrity Hunted, where a high level of security ensured that contestants Kay Burley and Johnny Mercer MP were able to hide from the hunters.

This private estate near the pretty town of Lechlade, in Gloucestershire, is also where several celebrities and millionaires own holiday homes – including Sky News star Ms Burley. 

This is one of the homes on the 850 acre estate, which it is currently for sale for £3million with estate agent Yopa, although not Ms Burley’s home or one of the TV hiding places.

The sale of the £3million home on The Lakes by Yoo private estate is being handled by Yopa

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    Residents get to enjoy an exclusive Cotswold address, where there is 24-hour onsite security and a concierge service. 

    Neill Challinor, of the fixed-fee estate agent Yopa, told MailOnline Property: ‘The estate offers a number of facilities to those with a high net worth, including the lake, a spa and a restaurant.

    ‘It is a private area and provides easy access for a weekend away from London.’

    The lakeside home features an outdoor kitchen on the balcony and stunning views, with properties spaced out on plots

    Sky News’ Kay Burley and Johnny Mercer MP joined forces on this year’s Celebrity Hunted

    The large open-plan living area includes a huge dining area and a modern kitchen with doors to the balcony

    The large living area is the perfect place to entertain family and friends, sitting open plan to the dining and kitchen area

    He described the freehold property as being on one of the more ‘exclusive’ plots on the vast estate.

    ‘The views are amazing and there is a huge master bedroom. It is a modern, eco-friendly property with solar panels and heating system,’ he said.

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    While he admits that the properties on the estate may look similar from the outside, the interior layouts are all individually designed.

    Many were chosen by the original buyers of the homes, most of which were built around two decades ago.

    The modern kitchen includes white cabinets and a central island with seating, leaving plenty of room for parties

    The floor to ceiling windows run along the length of the living area and the woodburner is there for winter days

    The modern interior has some rustic touches, including in the dining area 

    The £3million property for sale has an impressive six bedrooms and five bathrooms, with a high-tech system that controls the entertainment, lighting and night blinds.

    As well as a modern kitchen indoors, there are three balconies and a kitchen outside.

    Facilities on the estate include a sailing club, fishing on the river Colm, tennis courts and a dedicated children’s club.

    A bath with a view! This bathroom overlooks the lake for those who like to soak up the atmosphere in the tub

    The oval bath tub has been perfectly placed to make the most of living at The Lakes by Yoo

    The sliding doors mark the point between the interior and exterior of the main living area

    There are currently bunk beds in this colourful children’s bedroom on the first floor

    The Lakes by Yoo is a private estate set in 850 acres of landscaped parkland at the Cotswolds southern edge

    Lechlade is at the southern edge of the Cotswolds, 55 miles south of Birmingham and 68 miles west of London.

    The town is named after the River Leach, which joins the Thames near The Trout Inn, a pub that is close to the town’s St John’s Bridge.

    The average value of a property in Lechlade has risen £17,832 in the past year to reach £494,302, according to property website Zoopla.

    It compares to £311,155 for the country as a whole, which is an increase of £3,830 during the past year.

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    There is a large master bedroom on the second floor, also with floor to ceiling windows

    The modern staircase is at the centre of the house and comes with a glass balustrade

    A country retreat: The house offers the perfect weekend get away from busy city living if you can stump up the price tag

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