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Court Farm, BIBURY


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 6
Court Farmhouse is a BEAUTIFUL Cotswold stone country house designed by renowned architect Quinlan Terry and enjoying a TRULY MAGNIFICENT SETTING overlooking the rolling countryside of the Coln valley to the outskirts of this most quintessential of Cotswold villages.

Completed in 1986 and described in the Bibury Conservation Area statement as 'a competent essay in CLASSICAL COUNTRY HOUSE DESIGN' the substantial detached residence is also noted for being 'confidently imposing' in its stature and position on the south-eastern edge of the village.

With c. 11,300 sq. ft. of flexible living space, the accommodation is EXCEPTIONALLY SPACIOUS yet manageable and offers a number of EXCELLENT RECEPTION ROOMS as well as generously proportioned bedrooms making it ideal for both formal entertaining and day to day family life.

Of particular note is the strong, ornate central bay, from which a wide flagstone-floored entrance hall looks straight through the house to the GLORIOUS COLN VALLEY stretching away to the south. From this viewpoint, it is obvious to see why the house was built on this EXCEPTIONAL SITE.

Leading off the main reception hall is a DELIGHTFUL SOUTH FACING DRAWING ROOM which links through to a wonderful wood PANELLED LIBRARY and wraps around to a classically styled hallway featuring an IMPRESSIVE WINDING STAIRCASE to the upper floors.

From the first floor landing there is access to 2 of the properties 6 DOUBLE BEDROOMS, each with the benefit of ENSUITE FACILITIES and each with fitted storage or separate DRESSING ROOMS.

Of particular distinction is the FABULOUS MASTER BEDROOM SUITE, accessed off an elegant octagonal landing and offering wonderful southerly views together with a large ensuite bathroom as well as a sizeable dedicated dressing room.

The properties 3 remaining bedrooms - again all of double proportions and each with storage and ensuite facilities - are located on the upper floor and provide a considerable degree of privacy and seclusion ideal perhaps for teenagers, domestic staff or guest accommodation?

Returning to the ground floor, the accommodation further benefits from a FORMAL DINING ROOM alongside a family sitting room and a dual aspect and PARTICULARLY WELL-APPOINTED KITCHEN /BREAKFAST ROOM including a superb range of fitted units, breakfast bar and a full sized AGA.

In addition there is also a SECONDARY KITCHEN, a study, boot room, separate laundry room, gun room and two further cloakrooms as well as ancillary storage at the rear of the house. A second spiral staircase leads to the lower floor and access to the BILLIARD ROOM, WINE CELLAR and boiler room.

The STUNNING VIEWS from the house are complimented by the BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED GARDENS AND GROUNDS and in particular by the flag stone terrace with box hedging that runs the length of the southern facade.

To the east of the main house is a lovely rose and herb garden along with a vegetable garden and a greenhouse, whilst on the western aspect there is a further terrace ideal for outdoor entertaining.

A paved walkway with pretty herbaceous borders leads to the sheltered swimming pool area with its HEATED OPEN AIR SWIMMING POOL and featuring a high Cotswold stone surround for privacy along with an eye-catching PAVILION changing room - also constructed in mellow Cotswold stone.

The property is approached off the quiet Bibury to Coln St Aldwyns lane with a long carriage driveway sweeping past the former Bibury Court Hotel - now a Grade I Listed private residence, and the historic Mill House before rising up to a gravelled parking area on the north side of the main house.

Accessed via the gravelled courtyard and completing this EXTRAORDINARY COUNTRY HOUSE offering are a superb range of dog kennels and a useful TRIPLE GARAGE.

Currently undergoing a programme of updating and redecoration, the unfurnished property will be available for occupation from late January onwards.


The charming Cotswold village of Bibury lies within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding

Natural Beauty. William Morris described Bibury as the "most beautiful village in England".

The village itself has a post office, village store, a hotel and pub and the nearby villages of Burford and Northleach provide shopping facilities for day-to-day needs, whilst the larger market town of Cirencester (about 7 miles) provides more extensive shopping and recreational facilities. The larger centres of Cheltenham and Oxford are also within easy reach.

Communications are good with the A40 being about 9 miles to the East providing easy access to Oxford and the M40. London is approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes away. The Cirencester bypass is also within easy reach providing access to the M4 and M5 motorways.

A regular train service runs from Kemble (c.13 miles), Charlbury (c.18 miles) and Swindon (c.19 miles) to London Paddington taking approximately 1 hour 20, 1 hour 15 and 1 hour respectively.

Court Farm is ideally placed for sporting facilities with particularly good hunting with the VWH and adjoining Cotswold, Heythrop and Duke of Beaufort's Hunts.

There are golf courses at nearby Cirencester, Burford, Naunton Downs and Cheltenham, polo at Cirencester Park and National Hunt racing at Cheltenham, Warwick, Bath and Stratford.

An excellent selection of private and public schooling is available in the locality including nearby Hatherop Castle, of further afield Cothill House, Beaudesert Park, Radley College, Westonbirt and Cheltenham Ladies and Boys College.


For further information and to arrange to view please call Elizabeth or Shelbie at Moore Allen & Innocent, Cirencester office on 01285 648 118 or by email at: lettings@mooreallen.co.uk.

Viewings are welcomed by appointment 6 days a week although please be aware that viewings may require at least 24 hours' notice to arrange access.


These particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor the services, appliances, fittings, etc, been tested. If room sizes are included, they are for guidance and illustration purposes only. They may not be to scale and should not be relied upon for furnishing or other purposes. If there are any important matters likely to affect your decision to proceed please contact us before viewing the property.

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