Bourton On The Hill, Moreton-in-marsh


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  • Bedrooms: 3
Positioned to enjoy an engaging aspect to the front towards the woodland of Bourton House garden, and over trees and gardens to the rear, this deceptively spacious, link-detached, two storey, three double bedroomed village residence also has the benefit of an enclosed, well-screened south-facing garden to the rear.

Substantially extended over recent years, the property now has a slightly angled breakfast room with bi-folding doors, maximising light into the property and making the garden another room. The traditional farmhouse-style kitchen has a range of bespoke oak units and is formed in open-plan with the breakfast room, creating a walk round effect between the kitchen, breakfast room and sizeable living room.

At first floor level, there is a recently installed four-piece bath and shower room suite with a roll-top slipper bath and a wet room-style walk-in shower cubicle with rain shower head all with under floor heating. The bedrooms enjoy the best views from the property and add a real feeling of being in the countryside.

The property is warmed with gas-fired central heating from a combination boiler and there is a homely wood-burning stove within a Bath stone fireplace in the living room.

The property is set back from the main road through Bourton-on-the-Hill, where there is an eclectic mix of 17th and 18th Century homes and all home to three of the most famous houses in the area whose gardens are open to the public including Batsford House, Bourton House and Sezincote. The village has its own gastro pub in the Horse and Groom at the top of the hill, and the local garage and filling station also sells a range of groceries. The village is located only two miles from the traditional market town of Moreton-in-Marsh, where there is a wide range of other amenities, including two primary schools and the all-important railway station with links to Oxford and London Paddington. The village is also in the catchment area of Chipping Campden secondary school.


3.81m (12ft 6in) x 2.03m (6ft 8in)

Extending to 13ft 5in into stairwell. Small-paned, double solid oak front door with attractive outlook over gardens and treescape, light and airy hallway with double radiator, easy staircase returning to first floor with oak banister and batoned balustrade, double louvered door understairs cupboard or wine store.

Living Room:

7.62m (25ft 0in) x 4.06m (13ft 4in)

Bath stone fireplace forming centre piece to the room, cast iron wood burning stove set into chimney breast, wall-mounted picture light over fireplace, two double radiators, mullioned window to the front with outlook over front garden, single glazed timber doors opening into breakfast area.

Breakfast area:

3.91m (12ft 10in) x 2.51m (8ft 3in)

Forming open plan with living kitchen, ceramic tile floor, four units, uPVC bi-fold doors with southerly aspect over well-screened rear garden.

Breakfast area 2


3.96m (13ft 0in) x 4.8m (15ft 9in)

Ceramic tile floor matching breakfast room, Maia moulded worktop in granite-style with inset enamel 1.5 sink unit with single drainer and swan-necked chrome mixer tap, space for cooker, bespoke, solid oak-fronted units with three self-closing drawers, pull-out recycling bin, six further handmade base units, full-height larder cupboard, space for fridge and Neff combined microwave and infra-red oven, two wall-mounted cupboards with bookshelf between, tile surround to work surfaces, space and plumbing for dishwasher, wall-mounted bespoke plate rack and shelf, range of inset spotlights to the ceiling, door to separate utility room.

Utility room:

2.54m (8ft 4in) x 2.46m (8ft 1in)

Automatically controlled lights inset to the ceiling, two solid oak parquet worktops with inset stainless steel sink unit with single drainer and mixer tap, two base units, space for freezer, space for wine and beer fridge, space and plumbing for automatic washer, and space for tumble dryer, three matching wall-mounted cupboards, outlook over garden beyond.


Two-piece suite in white, with close-coupled low-flush WC, wash hand basin set into double cabinet with laminate surround, ample cloakroom with oak shelf, ceramic tile floor, cupboard housing water main.


Gallery-style landing with baton balustrade, double radiator, access to loft area via drop down timber ladder.

Loft area:

2.87m (9ft 5in) x 7.01m (23ft 0in)

Apex ceiling with solid purlin construction suitable, subject to planning regulations, to further development if required. Power and light installed, fully boarded, Worcester Bosch combination boiler for instantaneous hot water and gas-fired central heating.

Bedroom 1:

3.96m (13ft 0in) x 4.09m (13ft 5in)

Particularly attractive open outlook in a north-easterly direction from mullioned windows towards Bourton House garden and treescape, double built-in wardrobe.

Bedroom 2:

3.61m (11ft 10in) x 3.96m (13ft 0in)

Southerly aspect over garden, double radiator, double built-in wardrobe.

Bedroom 3:

4.09m (13ft 5in) x 2.39m (7ft 10in)

Double radiator, telephone point, attractive outlook over garden.


4.09m (13ft 5in) x 1.96m (6ft 5in)

Ceramic tile floor with electric under-floor heating thermostatically controlled, ladder-style heated towel rail and radiator also thermostatically controlled by central heating boiler and electric thermostat. Three-piece suite in white with roll-top slipper clawed bath, wall-mounted wash hand basin, close-coupled low-flush WC, marble-style tiled walls with mosaic dado tiling relief, walk-in shower cubicle with large range shower head, hand held shower spray, mosaic tile base and glazed shower screen. Inset spotlights to ceiling and sliding mirrored medicine cabinet, built-in light and extractor. Particularly attractive outlook from double, mullioned window.


4.34m (14ft 3in) x 2.59m (8ft 6in)

Currently used as workroom, with 11ft high apex ceiling, power and light installed, two wall-mounted cupboards, roller shutter electronically operated remote control up-and-over door, outside water tap.

Rear garden:

10.67m (35ft 0in) x 5.49m (18ft 0in)

Attractively enclosed area with south-facing aspect, taking full advantage of the sun most of the day, with Indian stone patio immediately adjacent to the property and circular patio to one corner. Two outside lights, two outside water taps, one with a Belfast sink below, timber cabin and cupboard wood store.

Rear garden 2

Front garden:

15.24m (50ft 0in) x 10.67m (35ft 0in)

Well-screened area to the front with mature bushes, lawned area with elevated garden plot to one side, tarmac driveway with off-street parking and turning space for two/three vehicles.

Floor plan

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