Oddington, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 0UP | Property for sale | Savills
1,667 sq ft(154.87 sq m)
Guide price £800,000(€929,984)

OddingtonMoreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 0UP


    Key features

    • Period cottage with stylish interior
    • Perfect holiday let investment
    • Ideal weekend retreat
    • Highly regarded village
    • Turn-key condition

    A stylish Cotswold house in a renowned village.

    About this property

    • With its distinctive frontage constructed of Cotswold stone and brick, Earby House is an excellent family property which is attached on one side and was formerly part of the old post office and village shop. The current owners have invested considerably in the extensive renovation of the property to an exacting standard. This light and deceptively spacious property offers beautifully presented accommodation arranged over two floors and there is plenty of storage space. Earby House is ideal for entertaining with a generous sitting room featuring a wood burning stove and a contemporary open plan kitchen with dining area. Folding doors open to the small but perfectly formed south-facing courtyard, perfect for a morning coffee, relaxing with a book or cocktails in the evening. Completing the ground floor is a useful utility and cloakroom.

      There are four excellent bedrooms, one of which has an en suite shower room, and a family bathroom with rolltop bath and separate shower. All the bedrooms benefit from shuttered windows.

      The property will appeal to a broad range of buyers, particularly those looking for a weekend retreat or wishing to invest in a holiday property.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This is such a stylish property, the perfect blend of period with modern country interiors. Very cool!

    Charlotte MasonProperty agent

    Local information

    • Lower Oddington is a sought-after Cotswold village situated in a Conservation Area and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It comprises mainly of traditional stone houses scattered along country lanes with two excellent pubs, The Fox and The Horse and Groom, and a particularly active village hall offering a range of activities and classes. Situated at the end of Church Lane is the historic 11th Century Church of St. Nicholas which holds candlelit services. The area is ideal for keen walkers with easy access to many beautiful walks through the Cotswold countryside. From the bottom of the lane you can walk or cycle through Daylesford farm on a gravel footpath to the Daylesford farm shop, Bamford Spa and the Padel courts or take a stroll through the farm to Kingham for lunch at the Kingham Plough or Wild Rabbit.
    • The towns of Stow-on-the-Wold, Burford and Cheltenham provide shopping, banking, restaurant and social activities. Trains run from Kingham station (3 miles) to London Paddington. There are superb theatres in Oxford, Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon. Racing from Cheltenham, Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon. Golf at Burford, Lyneham and Naunton Downs. The famous Daylesford Organic Farm Shop is a one-and-a-half mile country walk from the village. Soho Farmhouse is just a 15 mile drive away. There are excellent educational facilities in the area, including the Cotswold School, with further schooling in Oxford and Cheltenham.
    • The Cotswolds' year is packed with events ranging from world famous international festivals like Cheltenham Literature Festival and Cheltenham Gold Cup Week to major musical events such as the Wilderness Festival and the Big Feastival, as well as a jam-packed events calendar featuring concerts, exhibitions, arts and literature festivals and theatrical productions. The village is ideally located for exploring the many attractions to be found across the region.

    Additional information

    • EPC rating = D
    • Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Oil-fired central heating. Landline subject to BT transfer regulations.
    • Local Authority
    • Cotswold District Council. Telephone: 01285 623000. Business rates currently apply. The property was previously Council Tax Band D.
    • Photographs taken: November 2020. Particulars prepared: February 2024.
    • Directions: From Stow on the Wold take the A436 towards Chipping Norton. After about 3 miles take the right turn signposted Lower Oddington. At the triangle urn left. Turn right into the lane between the cottages sign posted for the 11th Century Church, St Nicholas. Earby House is the corner house on the left.
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: TBC