Arlington, Bibury, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
This charming four bedroom house with a number of character features is located on the edge of this popular Cotswold village.

Blenheim Cottage, which is believed to date from c. 1850, is a wonderful light-filled home, as it is south-facing, and retains many of its original features.

Approached via the garden path, the front door leads directly into the spacious double reception room, which has fantastic ceiling height, oak floors, bay windows and two fireplaces, one with a woodburning stove and the other with an exceptionally pretty tile surround.

The kitchen/breakfast room is of a great size and has an electric AGA, butler's sink, handmade units and incorporates the old well, an interesting and beautiful feature. There are French doors leading into the garden. Also on the ground floor is a rear hallway with cloakroom.

The sunny master bedroom has an en-suite shower room. There is a family bathroom and two further double bedrooms. From one of these bedrooms an original staircase leads up to the attic room - a great fourth bedroom or office.

The property benefits from off-street parking for four cars and we have been advised that planning permission has been granted for a garage. The garden, which is South facing, is to the front and side of the property, a mix of lawn and flowerbeds, together with a vegetable patch.

Situated on the River Coln, Bibury is considered to be one of the most picturesque villages in the Cotswolds. It boasts a thriving community supported by a primary school, historic Church, Village Hall, The Swan Hotel and Catherine Wheel pub. The renowned Bibury Trout Farm has a shop with cafe and there is also a Post Office. There are many footpaths and bridleways to enjoy in the immediate area, with the rest of the Cotswolds within easy reach to explore.

The local market towns of Fairford, Burford and Cirencester are excellent for everyday shopping and recreational activities, with the larger centres of Cheltenham and Swindon only 20 miles away and Oxford is 30 miles (Please note - all mileages are approximate). Motorway links are good with the M5, M4 and A40/M40 all within easy reach.

Tenure: The property is freehold and vacant possession will be given on completion. No onward chain.

Fixtures and Fittings: All items in the nature of fixtures and fittings described in these details are included

with the property. All other such items are specifically excluded.

Services: Mains drainage and electricity. (Currently no central heating in situ - boiler/heat source required but all pipework and radiators have been installed.)

Local Authority: Cotswold District Council

Council Tax Band: F

Viewing: An appointment to view is essential and should be made through the Burford office of Jackson-Stops

Virtual and 3D viewing available on request.

Double Reception Room

Kitchen/Breakfast Room


Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room

Three Further Double Bedrooms

Family Bathroom


Private Parking for 4 cars

Edge of Village Location

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01993 357055

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