Lower High Street, Burford, OX18

GUIDE PRICE £1,600,000 Freehold

5 bedrooms

5 bathrooms

4 reception rooms

An impressive Grade II Listed town house, situated at the lower end of Burford High Street

Warwick House is an impressive Grade II Listed town house, situated at the lower end of Burford High Street. The property has been tastefully upgraded and boasts an array of wonderful period features. The ground floor comprises; spacious and bright drawing room with wood burner, study with access to cellar, dining room with open fire, bespoke kitchen with fitted appliances, utility area and stable door that opens onto the terrace. The rear hallway houses a cloakroom and further doors to access the terrace. A beautiful, curved staircase leads to the first floor where there are three double bedrooms, each with en-suite bathrooms (one with a separate dressing room). A fourth double bedroom can be found on the second floor with en-suite shower room.

Immediately to the rear of the house is a peaceful paved courtyard garden, planted with climbers, various flowering plants and shrubs. Stone steps lead to a delightful and very private walled rear garden mainly laid to lawn.


Double wooden gates lead from Church Street to an enclosed cobbled courtyard with feature productive fig tree. There is space to accommodate one vehicle and this provides access to the garage/workshop. The Annexe, which is accessed from the courtyard, also has independent access via a door to the side of the garage and comprises an entrance lobby, fitted kitchen/breakfast room and stairs to the light and airy partly vaulted living room. Beyond are a double bedroom and recently re-fitted bathroom.


Burford is a thriving Cotswold market town, nestled in the Windrush Valley surrounded by beautiful countryside, with a friendly and active community and enjoying the biannual ‘Burford Festival'. An abundance of shopping facilities include independent delis, butchers and bakeries, an array of notable pubs, restaurants and hotels and the highly renowned Burford Garden Company. Burford has excellent local junior and senior schools plus private preparatory and senior schools within easy reach. There is a wide range of activities for children to enjoy, scouts, football, cricket and rugby clubs, and swimming in nearby Carterton. The town also has an active parish church, doctors’ surgery, pharmacy, library and post office a short stroll from the house.
Burford is close to numerous pretty villages along with the picturesque market towns of Stow-on-the-Wold, Woodstock, Cirencester, Charlbury and Chipping Norton. Excellent shopping facilities are on hand in Witney (8 miles) including Waitrose and Marks & Spencer and further afield in Oxford to the east or Cheltenham to the west. Daylesford Organic Farm is just 10 miles away with members club Soho Farmhouse approximately 15 miles away. Brilliant road links include the A40 to Oxford and London via the M40. Rail links from Charlbury (9 miles, trains to Paddington 70 mins) and Oxford Parkway (19 miles, trains to Marylebone 45 mins). With the newly commissioned Elizabeth line the heart of the city of London can be reached within two hours. Sporting and leisure facilities within the locality include equestrian activities, golf in Burford, Lyneham, Chipping Norton, and Broadway, and a network of local footpaths and bridleways.


Services Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating

Local authority West Oxfordshire District Council

Council tax Band G

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key features

  • Grade II Listed
  • Central Burford location
  • Drawing room
  • Dining room
  • Bespoke kitchen with utility
  • Study
  • Cellar/storage
  • Cloakroom
  • Principal bedroom suite with dressing room
  • Three further double bedrooms with en-suites
  • Enclosed rear garden & terrace
  • Parking
  • Separate one bedroom annexe
  • Single garage

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