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A charming grade II listed semi-detached cottage located within in the picturesque village of Bibury, 7 miles to the north east of Cirencester. The property provides flexible living space with well proportioned rooms and enjoy a host of period features including exposed beams, an inglenook fire place, stone winder staircases and dressed stone walls. Of particular note is the impressive barrelled cellar which is currently being used as dining space. The main entrance into the property is via the kitchen, fitted with a good range of built-in units including a range of integrated appliances. There is also a fitted Belfast sink and two built in storage cupboards one of which houses the electric boiler serving the heating system. The adjacent sitting room has flagstone flooring, an inglenook fireplace with wood burner and exposed stone walls. A spiral stone staircase leads down to the cellar, and another, up to the three bedrooms, one of which is en suite, and the family bathroom.
Bibury is a lovely Cotswold village situated on a broad stretch of the River Coln, surrounded by some of the most attractive countryside in the area. It is about 7 miles north east of Cirencester, 5 miles from Fairford, 18 miles from Cheltenham, 9 miles from Burford and the A40/M40 access to London, 16 miles from Swindon with its mainline railway station (Paddington 58 minutes) and about 18 miles from the M4 motorway.
The village has amenities which include a shop, a primary school and a church. Bibury is also a well known tourist village, with the National Trust owned cottages at Arlington Row, a pub, hotel and Trout Farm.
The Cottage is situated in a quiet area of Bibury known as Arlington.
The garden lies mainly to the front of the cottage and faces in a southerly direction and includes a mixture of lawn and paved areas, interspersed with attractive flower and shrub borders. The garden is enclosed by Cotswold stone walls with a wrought iron gate opening to the front and further gated access to the rear providnig access on to The Green where casual parking is available nearby. There are two Cotswold stone outbuildings, one of which is being used as a utility room.
Ensuite Shower Room
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