Guide price £850,000

The Old BankMoreton-in-marsh


    Key features

    • Highly prominent Grade II Listed landmark building in Moreton-in-Marsh
    • Tremendous potential to create a stunning boutique destination
    • On the main railway line to London Paddington
    • 481 square metres, or 5,177 square feet in total

    Grade II Listed Cotswold building with planning for a 10 bedroom hotel, restaurant and bar or suitable to a variety of uses, subject to planning permission.

    About this property

    • Constructed in circa 1840, The Grade II listed, 3 storey Old Bank provides a rare and unique opportunity in the heart of the Cotswolds. The impressive landmark building, packed with original features, is situated in a prime and highly visible location within Moreton-in-Marsh on the junction of the High Street and A44. In its current form, the Property has an area of circa 481 sq.m. The Property would suit a range of potential uses, including retail, residential, office and hospitality subject to planning permission. Previously, the Property provided a bank and offices on the ground floor with residential accommodation next door. The Property has planning permission (19/00467/FUL) to be converted into a 10 bedroom hotel with 60 cover restaurant on the ground floor with an extension to the rear. In addition, architects drawings have been created for a mixed use office and residential development providing ground floor office space, residential townhouse and four 1-bedroom apartments (STPP).

    Local information

    • On the main railway line to London Paddington
    • The Cotswolds is a world renowned destination, for local people within striking distance for a day visit, but also nationally for weekend and holiday stays, as well as internationally as part of a must-see UK itinerary.
    • Covering around 800 square miles, its golden stone architecture and rolling countryside, combined with picture-perfect towns and villages lend it an aura that attracts visitors in substantial, and growing, numbers.
    • Tourism is worth £1 billion a year to the Cotswolds economy
    • 38 million day visits are made in the area per year and 1.75 million tourist nights a year
    • Just over half of domestic holiday makers have taken a trip
    • to the Cotswolds
    • The Cotswolds has levels of satisfaction comparable to other countryside destinations, but enjoys a very low level of rejecters
    • This destination is perceived more positively than other countryside destinations, over indexing for quality of environment, food and drink and also history and heritage

    Additional information

    • Available individually or in conjunction with Cotswold Collection including The Dial House, Huxley's Restaurant and Island House.