A detached, Grade II period cottage, in the Cotswold village of Windrush, has come on the market with Jackson-Stops & Staff, Burford, and is being offered for sale by auction on behalf of the National Trust. Dating from the early to mid 18th Century, 8 Windrush is a typical Cotswold cottage with limestone façade and traditional stone roof, now in need of complete restoration. The property sits on the edge of the pretty and historic village, backing on to countryside.
The property has three bedrooms with a further three attic rooms that could be converted, plus a sitting room, dining room and kitchen. The garden has the potential to provide a lovely setting for the house.
Windrush is a peaceful village set on the slopes of the Windrush Valley. It has a significant number of listed properties, some of which are owned by the National Trust. There is a village church and a good public house half a mile away in Little Barrington. There is also an excellent primary school and village shop a mile and a half away in the picturesque village of Sherborne. The market town of Burford is only four miles away and offers a more extensive range of facilities.
8 Windrush is on the market with Jackson-Stops & Staff, Burford with a guide price of £425,000. The property will go to auction on 14 December at 6pm.