Stow-on-the-Wold Estate Agents

Butler Sherborn Stow-on-the-Wold Office

Please note the following:

  • To protect our staff, we ask that you do wear a face covering, if you are able, when you enter the office
  • Our staff will wear face coverings when customers come in
  • There are sanitisers in reception for use

Butler Sherborn
Parklands House, Park Street
Stow-on-the-Wold
Gloucestershire
GL54 1AQ

stow@butlersherborn.co.uk
T: 01451 830731

Opening Hours

Weekdays 09:00-17:30
Saturday 09:30-12:30

Jubilee Bank Holiday
Our offices will be closed over the Jubilee Bank Holiday Thursday 2nd June re-opening on Monday 6th June. Viewings will still be taking place during this time, so please make sure you book your appointment by 5:30pm on Wednesday 1st June .

Key Contacts

Having lived and worked as an agent in the Cotswolds for 20 years, Elizabeth has built a reputation as a trusted, highly effective and professional individual, with a ‘non-stuffy’ attitude. "Client care is at the core of our ethos, with an appetite to go above and beyond to achieve the best result for all involved in every transaction, from cottage to manor house"

– Elizabeth D’Allemagne, Partner - Head of Residential Agency
elizabeth@butlersherborn.co.uk
01451 830731

Ben Way

"For all your Equestrian property needs, do contact me. Whilst running a competition yard of eventers, and riding regularly at Advanced Level, I deal with all types of equestrian property. From letting yards to valuing, selling and advising on all aspects relating to equestrian establishments, I am delighted to help. My contacts in the Cotswolds among the racing, hunting and eventing fraternities are particularly strong, and I often get to know about properties before they reach the open market."

– Ben Way, Head of Equestrian
ben@butlersherborn.co.uk
01451 830731

Stow-on-the-Wold Estate Agents

Stow-on-the-Wold is an enchanting Cotswold town of Roman origin set 800ft up on the Fosse Way running from Bath to Leicester. It’s fortunes were largely built on the medieval wool trade, and it’s pretty Cotswold stone buildings reflect it’s history. The Market Square, together with the church of St Edward’s, dominate the centre of the town, which offers many good coffee shops, pubs and excellent restaurants, as well as a superb, traditional butcher, Lambournes, and two independent bookshops, Borzoi and Jaffe & Neale.

Success Stories

Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire

Guide Price £1,125,000
Outstanding Service. Honest. Efficient. Responsive. On it.
David and Ash Cox , July 2022

Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire

Guide Price £650,000

Friendly and efficient service - I’ve been very happily dealing with both the sales and rental departments for over 10 years. I thoroughly recommend using Butler Sherborn.
Belinda, June 2022

Poulton, Gloucestershire

Guide Price £2,250,000

Selling my family home was always going to be a challenge. A wrench for me, as I had lived there since childhood, and for Butler Sherborn, a challenge, as it is beautiful, and Grade I Listed. Butler Sherborn worked tirelessly to ensure a sympathetic buyer was secured, and nothing was too much trouble for them in the process. I could not recommend them more highly.
Nick Sandford , May 2022

Charlbury, Oxfordshire

Guide Price £900,000

Once again, many many thanks for your help throughout. It has been a pleasure to work with you and our decision to choose Butler Sherborn to sell our house, definitely the best one.  

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