152 The Hill
Guide price £2,500,000(€2,834,185)

High StreetBurford, Oxfordshire, OX18 4QU


    Key features

    • The Hall - 2 reception rooms and 3 bedrooms
    • The Lodge - family room and 2 bedrooms
    • The Cottage - family room and 2 bedrooms
    • The Barn - family room and 2 bedrooms
    • The Snug - family room and 1 bedroom
    • Prime location
    • Excellent income potential

    A mews of five medieval Grade II Listed properties, in bustling Buford - an ideal lettings investment.

    About this property

    • 152 The Hill is a Grade II Listed property that has been completely renovated and now offers 5 individual holiday homes located in the lovely town of Burford which occupies a position on the meandering River Windrush. Burford is built on a fairly steep hill, and the view from the top of the hill looking down the High Street to the river is one of the classic panoramas of the Cotswolds.

      A lovely 4-arched medieval bridge, widened in the 18th century, crosses the River Windrush, and although Burford itself does not occupy the northern bank, a walk across the bridge is rewarded by wonderful views across water meadows to the spire of St. John The Baptist parish church.

      The Hall - 2 reception rooms and 3 bedrooms
      The Lodge - family room and 2 bedrooms
      The Cottage - family room and 2 bedrooms
      The Barn - family room and 2 bedrooms
      The Snug - family room and 1 bedroom

      The properties share a garden to the rear.

    As a prime destination Burford commands a lettings premium and this is a special opportunity to buy five rental properties with a proven track record.

    David HendersonProperty agent

    Local information

    • Burford is one of England's prettiest and most popular market towns, considered to be the southern gateway to the Cotswolds. Just 20 miles west of Oxford, communication links are excellent with the A40 providing access to the M4 and M5 motorway whilst Charlbury railway station provides a regular and direct service to London Paddington from 75 minutes. The gently sloping high street is lined with a wonderful selection of traditional shops, pubs, tea rooms, gift and antique shops along with old houses and cottage leading down to the river. Once a very wealthy wool town, today Burford welcomes an abundance of visitors looking to explore this very special part of the Cotswolds. Burford has both a primary and secondary school whilst for a wider range of amenities, Cheltenham, Oxford and Bath are excellent cultural centres.

    Additional information

    • Directions: Burford is located just off the A40 between Oxford and Cheltenham. From the A40 proceed down The Hill. 152 The Hill will be found on the left hand side after about 200 yards.
    • EPC Exempt