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Cotswold Meadows, Great Rissington, Gloucestershire

  • Detached
  • Popular Cotswold Village
  • Recently Decoratively Improved
  • Catchment Area for The Cotswold School
  • Four Bedrooms (Two En-Suite)
  • Front, Side and Rear Gardens
  • Ample Parking
  • Detached Double Garage


A substantial detached house situated in one of the area’s most popular villages.

Pinewood is situated within the village of Great Rissington, tucked away and within close proximity to the village Church and a short walk from the Outstanding Rissington Primary School. The property has recently been decoratively improved, with new carpets throughout and is available for immediate occupation.

The living space is over two floors and provides well-proportioned accommodation.

Entrance hall with double doors off to the large drawing room, which has an open fire and double doors out to the rear garden, study, cloakroom and staircase to the first floor. There is a large kitchen/dining room which opens through to the family/dining room, with access to the utility room. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, with en-suite bathrooms to two and a further family bathroom.

Outside, the gardens are to the rear and side of the property and are predominantly laid to lawn with an abundance of shrubs and trees. The front garden is lawned with a driveway providing ample parking leading to the detached DOUBLE GARAGE.

Oil fired central heating.

Catchment area for:

The Rissington School (Primary)
The Cotswold School (Secondary)

Bourton on the Water - 3 miles
Stow on the Wold - 7 miles
Burford - 8 miles
Kingham Main Line Station - 8 miles (Direct trains to London Paddington)
Daylesford - 9 miles
Soho Farmhouse - 20 miles

Great Rissington

Great Rissington is generally regarded as one of the more sought after Cotswold hill villages, enjoying an elevated position overlooking the Windrush Valley. The village offers a charming and enduringly popular primary school, a church and a public house. Further facilities and shopping are offered at nearby Bourton on the Water, as well as Stow on the Wold, and the A40 lies approximately 5 miles away, giving access to routes both East and West, as well as, subsequently, to the North and South.

Harrison James & Hardie, Bourton On The Water
High Street Bourton On The Water GL54 2AN