Old Bank
5,177 sq ft(480.96 sq m)
Guide price £850,000

High StreetMoreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 0AR


    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
    • Situated in the heart of a prime tourist destination

    Grade II listed former Cotswold Bank with planning to convert to a 10 bedroom hotel with restaurant and bar or suitable for a variety of alternative 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 530 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).

      To the rear of the property is an enclosed courtyard where the proposed extension will be constructed.

      The A429 (Fosseway) runs directly past the entrance to the property. The Fosseway is the main route from Cirencester to Warwick and is an ancient Roman road. Moreton in Marsh train station is located 0.3 miles away with fast train services to London Paddington. The nearest airport is Birmingham around 38.4 miles away, offering services to the rest of the UK and some European destinations.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Exciting investment opportunity in the heart of the Cotswolds.

    David HendersonProperty agent

    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 the Cotswold Collection, including The Dial House, Huxley's Restaurant and Island House
    • EPC Exempt