A distinctive Grade II Listed stone house set in an elevated location with stunning views over this quintessential Cotswold village.
This unique property dates from 1846 and occupies arguably one the best locations in Upper Slaughter. Filled with charm and character, The Old School House offers well-proportioned rooms, some with high ceilings and period features including a Cotswold stone fireplace with a wood burner, exposed beams and Cotswold stone mullioned windows. With the original school bell on the front elevation, the exterior is clad in mature wisterias, hydrangea and climbing roses, under planted with Lavenders, Box and small shrubs. The bedrooms on both floors are light and bright and have excellent views over the village, church and surrounding farmland.