Wold House, Bourton-On-The-Hill, Gloucestershire, GL56


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  • Bedrooms: 2

Pretty period terraced Cotswold stone cottage, retaining many original features including beams and exposed stone walls.

An inviting open plan kitchen/sitting room with a stunning inglenook fireplace and wood-burner, flagstone tiles, wooden beams, bay window and oak stairs to the first floor.

The kitchen area features painted oak faced floor and wall units, gas cooker, hand-made terracotta floor tiles, double Belfast sink and granite worksurfaces.

Master bedroom has a vaulted ceiling, eaves storage and an en-suite shower room.

Bedroom two has exposed stone walls, wooden floors, and a Jack and Jill en-suite shower room; There is also an attractive glass feature in the floor, with a view to the sitting room.

EPC Band G.



Bourton-on-the-Hill is a Cotswold hill village located 1½ miles from the market town of Moreton-in-Marsh. The village has a church and an active village community centred around the old school, which is now used as a village hall, and houses a monthly cinema club. Bourton-on-the-Hill boasts the well regarded Horse and Groom pub and Batsford Arboretum, home to one of the large private tree collections in the country.

Moreton-in-Marsh provides a good range of shops and amenities for everyday needs.

Further afield is the award-winning Daylesford Farm Shop (8½ miles) and The Members' Club at Soho Farmhouse (18 miles). Other nearby centres include Oxford (29 miles), Stratford-upon-Avon (17), Cirencester (25) and Cheltenham (22).

Moreton-in-Marsh has regular train services to Oxford (45 minutes) and London Paddington (92).


Detached rear garden mainly laid to lawn, with a Cotswold flag patio area, ideal for 'alfresco dining, and is enclosed on one side by a Cotswold stone wall, with lovely views of the surrounding barns.

There is a 2-storey Cotswold stone barn with planning consent (15/00111/FUL) for conversion to provide additional accommodation; It has been partially converted to a high standard, to include a new roof, roof lights and windows.

The barn has electricity with provision for gas, water and drainage; As it stands the barn could be used as a useful utility area/boot room/ storage/workshop, or conversion could be completed to provide ancillary accommodation, or additional 'live work' space.

Attached to the barn is an additional stone-built storage area with lighting, currently used as a log and bin store.

There is access to the rear of the property where Batsford Estate has given a legal right to park one car.

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