A Grade II Listed thatched Cotswold stone cottage in a popular village
The Thatched Cottage is an attractive detached Grade II Listed cottage dating from the early 17th Century. The house was extended in 1984 and now offers well appointed accommodation arranged over two floors. Constructed of Cotswold roughly coursed limestone under a thatched roof, the property has charming period features including: inglenook fireplaces, casement windows, exposed beams and trusses.
The Thatched Cottage is located in the desirable village of Idbury, which is equidistant between Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton on the Water and Burford, which offer a range of shops and other facilities. There is easy access to Kingham station, which has a direct line to Paddington, London. The popular Daylesford Farm Shop and numerous other award winning village pubs and restaurants are only a short drive away. The Feathered Nest pub and restaurant in Nether Westcote is within walking distance as is The Kings Head in Bledington and The Hare in Milton-under-Wychwood .
Outside, the garden is fully enclosed and mainly laid to lawn complemented by mature shrub and seasonal flower beds. South facing terraces are perfect places for outdoor entertaining.