Fulbrook, OX18

GUIDE PRICE £925,000 Freehold

4 bedrooms

4 bathrooms

2 reception rooms

about the property

Attractive detached stone-built house located in this picturesque village with parking, garage and outbuilding within walking distance of Burford.

Situated within a short walk of the medieval town of Burford, Cotland House is an attractive detached stone-built house believed to date from the 1840’s. Arranged over three floors, the property offers light and spacious accommodation with exceptional ceiling height. The ground floor comprises; double aspect drawing room with wood burner, further sitting room with large wood burner and access to the garden and cloakroom, double doors leading to the farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room with exposed beams and door out onto the garden. The impressive staircase leads straight up to the first-floor landing. To the left is the principal bedroom with a double aspect view creating a light and spacious bedroom. The Jack and Gill Japanese inspired en suite leads through to the dressing room which was previously a fifth bedroom. A second bedroom suite is currently used as a home office enjoying the views over the south facing garden. The second floor has a further two double bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms.

To the rear of the property is gated driveway parking for one car in front of a detached tandem garage. On entering the enclosed garden which has been beautifully manicured with mature shrubs, trees, raised beds, patio area and raised decked terrace, this south facing garden creates a great space to enjoy. A stone-built outbuilding which is being used as a studio and laundry room is a great addition to the house.


Overlooking the Windrush Valley, Fulbrook is an attractive village with a 12th century church, a well-known 17th century pub restaurant, Carpenters Arms, and plenty of Cotswold footpaths to explore. Being just a short walk away, approximately half a mile, from the historic Cotswold town of Burford, this wonderfully preserved medieval town has a thriving number of independent and specialist food restaurants, excellent hotels, pubs, and cafes. There is also a selection of fashion, craft, antique shops and delicatessens and a small handful of national brands including Joules and the Co-op. Burford is also home to a pre, primary and secondary school including a boarding house. Further state and private schooling are available in nearby villages and towns including Bourton-on-the-Water, Witney, Kingham and Cokethorpe.

Communications are excellent by road via the A40/M40, M4 and M5 motorways, and by rail from Oxford (London-Paddington 56 minutes), Swindon (London-Paddington 1 hour) and Charlbury (London-Paddington 1 hour 20 mins). all distances are approximate


Services - Mains drains, water and electricity. Oil fired central heating.
Local Authority - West Oxfordshire District Council
Council Tax - Band G


key features

  • Detached period home
  • 2935 sq ft
  • No onward chain
  • Walking distance of Burford
  • Sought after village location
  • Farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room
  • Two elegant reception rooms
  • Master bedroom suite with dressing room and en-suite
  • Three further generous en-suite bedrooms
  • Garage & off road parking
  • Stone outbuilding / home office
  • South facing beautiful garden

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