A bar combined with a bottle shop and art gallery in a historic grade II listed building has been placed on the market.

The end-of-terrace property, dating back to the 14th century is up for sale in the heart of the market town of Burford for £1.1m.

Nestled along the picturesque Lower High Street, the renovated property is described as being ideal for those seeking both commercial and residential use.

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Renovations to the property include an upgraded electrical system, ensuring modern convenience while preserving its historic integrity.

The ground floor, featuring an inviting glass frontage, hosts the Fainting Goat wine bar, operating on a flexible weekly tenancy basis.

The first floor of this property includes character beams and a drawing room, complete with a wood burner and oak-panelled wall.

Cotswold Journal: Historic wine bar in Burford High Street on market for £1.1mThere is also a dining room, kitchen two bedrooms, a bathroom, and a attic space.

The owner of the property, who did not wish to be named, said: “I bought the property 30 years ago and over that time it’s been my home and where I ran a very successful deli and outdoor catering business, and in more recent years I’ve rented out both the flat and the retail unit, so it’s served me very well.

"As you walk up from the river it’s one of the first shops on the high street, and almost the entire frontage is big windows so it’s very noticeable, and the fact that the ground floor is so large means that the possibilities for its use are almost endless.

Cotswold Journal: Historic wine bar in Burford High Street on market for £1.1m“The flat itself is lovely. It’s very spacious, quite quirky because of its age, and it retains some gorgeous original features that give it real character and charm.

“Over time I’ve added a proper catering kitchen on the first floor and updated certain areas – all within the constraints of its grade II listing, so it’s in excellent condition.

“I’ve always loved its warm and welcoming feel. It’s a really nice place to come home to, and because it’s such a Tardis there’s plenty of space for entertaining family and friends.”

“The first room that you walk into in the flat is the large living room and I’d say that’s my favourite.

"It features gorgeous original oak panelling, a large wood-burning stove that keeps the room really cosy and warm in winter, and it also has a large window overlooking the High Street so you can sit up there and just watch the world go by."

"This property represents a unique and promising prospect for investors and homeowners seeking a blend of heritage and modernity," said a spokeswoman for Fine & Country, the listing agent.

“Its prime location, combined with its historic charm and contemporary amenities, make it a compelling investment opportunity."