Bibury, Cirencester, GL7

£1,500,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Coln Cottage once formed part of and remains physically attached to the 17th Century Villages Stores in Arlington, Bibury. The cottage originally would have been a single storey outbuilding, dating we believe from the 18th Century, before it was converted and more recently extended. It is built of a lovely mellow Cotswold stone with traditional stone tiles to the front roof slope. The cottages have been converted from a range of old barns and are well designed, comfortable and attractive, with vaulted ceilings and original features retained where possible. They provide a useful income and the popularity of the village and it's location within the Cotswold area of oustanding natural beauty ensures an excellent demand. There is enough parking for all the cottages. The mature gardens and grounds are a lovely feature of the property and immediately behind the cottage there is an attractive paved and gravelled courtyard with a colourful oval flowerbed and an impressive clipped box tree. Beyond, a gentle slope leads up to an area of lawn flanked by a Cotswold stone wall and with flower and shrub borders. There is also an substantial stone garden store/workshop and a summerhouse with a decked sitting area outside. An opening in the wall leads to a second area of garden which lies behind the cottages. It is laid to lawn, interspersed with fruit trees and contains a second summerhouse with a paved sitting area.

Cirencester 6 miles • Burford 8 miles • Swindon 14 miles • M4 (J15) 16 miles • Kemble Station (Paddington 80 minutes) 11 miles • Cheltenham 19 miles (All distances and times are approximate)

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