"Barton Cottage", a Character Terrace Cottage in the Cotswolds!

"Barton Cottage", a Character Terrace Cottage in the Cotswolds!

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"Barton Cottage" is a 200 year old(at least) terrace cottage close to the town centre of Winchcombe, an ancient, unspoiled market town located in the North Cotswolds. The cottage is located in the Conservation Area
with lovely pastoral views of the Cotswold hills to the rear.
Downstairs is the living room, dining room, small kitchen and utility room, while upstairs are two bedrooms and full bathroom. Our home is cosy, clean and comfortable.

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  1. We are Lynette and Richard, retired realtor and teacher. We've lived in Winchcombe for about 15 years having lived and worked in Canada for many years. We like to travel, spending time in a second home we own in France. We have 3 married daughters, two in the New York/Connecticut areas and the other on the west coast in Victoria, BC. We enjoy walking, gardening, being National Trust members and attending Shakespeare plays at the Royal Shakespeare Centre in Stratford-upon-Avon.





Winchcombe is an ancient Saxon town dating from Medieval times. It is
conveniently situated between the larger centres of Cheltenham (8 miles) and Oxford (30 miles), while Stratford-upon-Avon is about 20 miles away.
Winchcombe is a centre for walkers with many spectacular hiking trails in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.(AONB) There are numerous tea-rooms, pubs and restaurants in the town with many small locally -owned shops. There is a well-stocked small supermarket, butchers and pharmacy.
On the edge of town is historic Sudeley Castle, well known for it's gardens and grave of Katherine Parr the last wife of Henry the eighth.
The remains of ancient Roman villas have been unearthed nearby.
Cheltenham is the closest major transportation centre with rail and coach links to London, Wales, Scotland etc. Cheltenham also has a busy night-life with theatres and cinemas.

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