A striking four double bedroom Grade II listed townhouse with a walled garden, separate annexe, garage and parking, situated at the heart of this picturesque Cotswold market town.
Warwick House is a deceptively spacious, comfortable, four bedroom house. Believed to date back to the 16th Century it has a fine 18th Century stone facade and a distinctive bow window, most probably a former shop front. An abundance of period detail has been retained including original doors, shutters, window seats, display alcoves, exposed stonework, timbers and beams. Many of the original windows remain including the tall window illuminating the staircase and an attractive internal window in the study, where some original stencilled wall decoration thought to date to the 17th Century is preserved behind glass.
Burford, renowned as “the Gateway to the Cotswolds”, is surrounded by the Cotswold Hills, with the River Windrush meandering through the valley. The town offers a wide range of everyday shopping facilities, including a butcher, newsagent, post office, baker, general store and bank. In addition, there are boutiques, restaurants, famous coaching inns, public houses, antique shops and primary and secondary schools in the town and surrounding villages.