Why Are Americans Moving to the Cotswolds

Why Are Americans Moving to the Cotswolds, with Gemma Maclaran

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Wealthy individuals in the United States often express their desire to purchase a home in the British countryside, but what they truly envision is acquiring property in the Cotswolds region. For them, the mention of London conjures images of a townhouse situated near Westbourne Grove, while thoughts of rural living evoke the picturesque charm of a honey-hued Cotswolds barn conversion. Their ideal lifestyle includes sourcing essentials such as milk and eggs from Daylesford Organic, donning tweed attire from Jade Holland Cooper, and adorning their outdoor spaces with furniture from the Burford Garden Centre.

Gemma Maclaran, Cotswolds advisor comments: “The Cotswolds golden triangle is between Kingham, Broadwell and the Oddingtons, where property prices raced up by about 30% last year, while villages such as Great Tew and Sandford St Martin, which are close to Soho Farmhouse, are super-prime performers”.

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