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  • Front
  • Kitchen
  • Kitchen V2
  • Sitting Room
  • Bedroom
  • Bedroom 2
  • Bathroom
  • Aerial View

Back Lane, Upper Oddington, Gloucestershire

  • Beautifully Presented
  • Ideal As An Investment
  • Character Features
  • Master Bedroom With En-Suite
  • Further Double Bedroom
  • Quintessential Village Location
  • Successful Holiday Let
  • Off Road Parking

Description

A unique opportunity to acquire four beautifully presented Cotswold stone cottages set in the heart of the idyllic North Cotswold village of Upper Oddington. The cottages are currently operating as successful holiday cottages, let through Character Cottages, and are available to be purchased with contents and future bookings by separate negotiation.

The cottages are available to be purchased individually or collectively making them an attractive and versatile proposition for investors seeking an income stream or someone wishing to have their own ‘pied a terre’ in the Cotswolds.

Cottages 1, 3 and 4 are all one bedroomed cottages that benefit from having kitchen/living areas with Aga ovens and fireplaces with wood-burning stoves. Upstairs they all have double bedrooms with adjoining bath/shower rooms.

Cottages 3 & 4 also have a useful utility porch at the front. Cottage 2 has a kitchen/diner with Aga oven, sitting room with wood-burning stove, two double bedrooms with adjoining bathrooms.

Cottages 2,3 & 4 also benefit from having south facing gardens and terraces as well as off road parking.

Of further interest is an outbuilding on site, The Old Laundry, which has planning consent to be demolished and rebuilt as a highly individual contemporary one bedroomed dwelling (Cotswold District Council- Planning reference 17/02292/FUL).

Upper Oddington

Situated within the valley of the River Evenlode, Oddington is considered by many as one of the most desirable villages in the Cotswolds. Surrounded by beautiful countryside (which is easily accessible from a network of footpaths that weave through the village) one of the most attractive features in Oddington is the adjacent woods, which are particularly pretty in the spring months when the bluebells and wild garlic come out. Also a major draw to Oddington is the renowned Fox Inn situated in Lower Oddington, a Cotswold stone quintessential British pub with flagstone floors, exposed beams and open fires. There is also the Horse & Groom in Upper Oddington which is equally reputable. The historic market town of Stow on the Wold is only 2 miles outside of the village, whilst Moreton in Marsh (6 miles) and Chipping Norton (7 miles) are both within easy reach and offer a wide array of useful amenities. The nearest train station is at Kingham (3 miles) which provides a mainline service between Worcester and London Paddington (via Oxford) and the village also benefits from the provision of regular bus services.

Harrison James & Hardie, Moreton In Marsh
17 High Street GL56 0AF