Upper Siddington House is the archetypal Cotswold house, built very much in the vernacular style with gabled elevations and mullioned windows. It is believed to date from the late 17th century and is Listed Grade II. Discreetly located on the south western edge of the village, the house has distant southerly views over the adjoining countryside. Internally the property has great charm and character. The oak-panelled dining room has an elaborate plasterwork ceiling which was actually installed in the 20th century; albeit it appears much older. There are two further reception rooms and a bright and sunny kitchen/breakfast room. There are seven bedrooms on the first and second floors and a good-sized study.
This property has 2.27 acres of land.