Arlington, Bibury, Cirencester, GL7


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  • Bedrooms: 3
An attractive semi-detached period cottage set within a total plot of 0.25 acres, situated on the Western edge of the idyllic and sought after village of Bibury.

The cottage benefits from a gated driveway to the front with off road parking, garaging and garden outbuildings, and has been a cherished home for the last 23 years. Although the property does require updating and renovation it provides great scope to create an excellent family house within this popular village, subject to the necessary planning permissions.

The living accommodation is arranged over two floors with a further staircase to the attic. The ground floor offers a characterful central entrance hall with flagstone flooring and exposed stone walling, flanked by a spacious bay fronted sitting room and dining room, also bay fronted, which opens into the kitchen. To the rear of the cottage is a useful hallway, larder cupboard and third reception room with an adjacent shower room and double doors into a conservatory. A staircase from the hallway leads to the first floor landing with three bedrooms and a bathroom with a further staircase rising to the attic, divided into two areas, both with windows.


The property is approached through a 5 bar gate that opens into a gravelled driveway along with access to the garage.

Gardens lie to the front, side and rear of the property and are mainly laid to lawn with well stocked flower and shrub borders, mature trees and hedges offering excellent levels of privacy.

A detached double garage is located to the front of the cottage with a timber potting shed and stone outbuilding within the side garden. In all the total plot extends to about a quarter of an acre, with a delightful view of open fields at the rear.


Bibury is a beautiful Cotswold village situated on a broad stretch of the River Coln, surrounded by some of the most attractive countryside in the area and is a well-known tourist village with the National Trust owned cottages at Arlington Row, a pub, hotel and trout farm. The village was "discovered" by William Morris, who called it "the most beautiful village in England". It is located about 7 miles north east of Cirencester and 10 miles from Burford which provides access via the A40/M40 to London. Swindon is located about 16 miles away and provides an InterCity train service, and access to the M4 motorway.

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