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Bourton On The Hill, Moreton-In-Marsh, Gloucestershire

  • Charming Character Cottage
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Kitchen/Diner
  • Garden
  • Sought After Location
  • Close To Local Amenities
  • Wood Burner
  • Period Features

Description

A deceptively spacious four bedroom period stone terraced cottage in the popular Cotswold village of Bourton on the Hill. The accommodation, which is arranged over three floors and boasts a wealth of character features including exposed beams and stone walls, briefly comprises: entrance hall, sitting room with a large stone fireplace with inset gas log-burner, kitchen/diner with a range of integrated appliances and four bedrooms, one with en-suite facilities. At the front there are steps leading down to a small front garden with box hedging and raised beds whilst at the rear a shared pathway leads to the rear garden which is separate from the main house and is mainly laid to lawn with a terraced patio area which is ideal for ‘al-fresco’ dining. There is also a useful outdoor store/workshop adjoining the property. A pathway leads to the communal parking area owned by Batsford Estate which operates on a ‘first come / first served’ basis. Internal inspection is highly recommended to fully appreciate the size and character of accommodation on offer. No onward chain.

Location

The attractive hillside village of Bourton on the Hill presides over the local Cotswold landscape and is located approximately two miles from thriving Moreton in Marsh. Predominantly consisting of a host of 17th and 18th century cottages, the village also houses a beautiful 12th Century church and popular public house (The Horse and Groom). Nearby attractions include Batsford Arboretum (one of the country’s most impressive botanical collections) whilst neighbouring Moreton in Marsh benefits from a train station which provides direct lines to London Paddington, Oxford and Worcester.

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