Savills | High Trees, Shipton Oliffe, Cheltenham, GL54 4JE | Property to rent
1,049 sq ft(97.46 sq m)
Guide price £1,495(€1,767)
Monthly + Fees apply

High TreesShipton Oliffe, Cheltenham, GL54 4JE

  • Managed by Savills
  • Unfurnished

Key features

  • Modern kitchen
  • Sitting / Dining Room
  • Two bedrooms
  • Principal bedroom with ensuite bathroom
  • Garden with patio
  • Garage
  • Council Tax Band = C

A two bedroom recently refurbished cottage in the village Shipton Oliffe.

About this property

  • SORRY NO PETS ALLOWED

    Situated in the village of Shipton Oliffe, this end of terrace cottage is bright and spacious throughout. The accommodation on the ground floor comprises a modern kitchen with four ring gas hob, built in oven, white tiled splash back and wood effect work top and antego wood flooring. The kitchen opens in to a good size living / dining room with electric log burning stove on a stone plinth and a patio door opening into the garden. There is a handy downstairs WC off of the hall. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and one family bathroom, the principal bedroom has a fantastic en suite bathroom with walk-in shower and heated towel rail. The property is tastefully decorated throughout in neutral colours.

    Outside the garden is enclosed by a mixture of Cotswold stone walls and wooden panel fencing. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a small patio area. The property comes with a single garage.

    Services: Mains water and drainage, gas central heating. The stove in the sitting room is electric.

A lovely two bedroom cottage in the Cotswolds AONB and commuting distance to Cheltenham...

Sam PagettProperty agent

Local information

  • Shipton Oliffe is a delightful Cotswold village situated high up in the Cotswolds and surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside. The name Shipton, meaning “sheep farmstead”, indicates that sheep farming occurred here long before the Norman invasion and the nearby market town of Northleach was one of the most important wool towns in the Middle Ages. The Domesday Book refers to two manors, Oliffe and Solers, each with its own Church and within the village is the Church of St Oswald.
  • The village is extremely accessible having the A40 within a mile of the property. Indeed the A40 provides good east/west access to London, Cheltenham and the M5, whilst the nearby Fosseway gives excellent north/south access. Also nearby is the village of Andoversford which offers a primary school and The Royal Oak Inn. The River Coln, just a tiny stream at this point, flows through the village over two fords and innumerable little water splashes, creating ornamental lakes in private properties.
  • The Regency town of Cheltenham is about seven miles away and retains many of its original features such as spacious squares, terraces, promenades and beautifully laid out formal gardens. Apart from providing exceptional shopping and schooling facilities, it also hosts several major festivals each year including those devoted to music, science and literature. Local recreational facilities include golf at Naunton Downs and Severn Springs and sailing at the Cotswold Water Park. As one would expect, there are many pleasant footpaths that offer extensive walking over the surrounding countryside.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = D