A delightful Grade II Listed Cotswold stone cottage set in the heart of the village
Cotham Cottage is an attractive terraced cottage converted from a 17th Century dovecote in 1762. Built of Cotswold stone under a stone tile roof it is Grade II Listed. The cottage has period features and has been well-maintained by the current owners and extended in 2004. The front aspect is south-facing and this eye-catching cottage has been an excellent family home, but could be an ideal second home or holiday cottage. The rear garden is fully enclosed and has a raised wooden decked terrace with a useful wooden shed for storage.
Milton under Wychwood has a broad variety of shops and facilities including a Co-Op, general store and post office. The Hare pub forms the heart of the village and there are also doctors’, dental and vet surgeries as well as a parish church and newly opened coffee shop. Shipton-under-Wychwood has a cricket, tennis and football club. Additional shopping facilities are available in Burford, Stow on the Wold and Chipping Norton whilst Oxford is the main shopping and cultural centre for the area.