Church Road, Bibury, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7


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  • Bedrooms: 2
A handsome semi-detached property located within a quintessential Cotswold village enjoying an impressive frontage to the River Coln. Situated on the north eastern outskirts of Cirencester, the property is constructed in a lovely mellow Cotswold stone with stone mullion windows and gables, and a traditional stone tiled roof. The living accommodation enjoys a lovely light and airy feel, high ceilings and large windows, most of which have views over the garden.The sitting room is a charming dual aspect room with a pretty stone fireplace fitted with a Clearview wood-burning stove. Within the dining room is an oil-fired double oven Aga and useful built in storage cupboards. The kitchen/breakfast room is well fitted with a range of bespoke units, granite work surfaces and a range of integrated appliances. A part-glazed door provides access from the kitchen on to the garden. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, both with built in cupboards. The main bedroom also benefits from a large en-suite shower room with Jack-and-Jill access and a further family bathroom. Please note, the current owners have reconfigured the first floor accommodation and the en-suite shower room has the potential of being converted back to provide a third bedroom if required.


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. The local market towns of Cirencester, Fairford and Burford provide extensive day-to-day facilities, with the larger centres of Cheltenham, and Oxford all being within about 20 miles.


A gravel path leads off Church Road through a picket gate and sweeps around in an arc to the front door. In all the total plot extends to 0.217 acres with gardens principally laid to lawn, a mature privet hedge providing screening, flower and shrub beds and a number of mature trees, including an ancient Yew Tree. The garden faces south and west and running along its southern boundary is a broad stretch of the River Coln, over part of which the property enjoys fishing rights. Immediately abutting the front of the cottage, there is a paved patio, an ideal place for alfresco dining. Externally there is a range useful outbuildings which include a log store, boiler room and a separate garden store, which also houses the oil storage tank. Beyond the stand of trees at the far end of the garden, accessed from Church Road, is an off-street parking bay.

Entrance Hall

Living Room

Dining Room with Aga


Utility Room

Ground Floor Shower Room

Three Bedrooms



River Frontage

Fishing rights


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