A quintessential cottage in the heart of the Cotswold.
Guide price: £385,000
Living spaces: 1
Vendors' thoughts: "I love Bibury for its charm and beautiful homes. The small cottage is perfect for my weekend home and it's always such a treat to relax and unwind in the of the roaring fire. It is a beautiful bolthole which I shall miss dearly."
In a nutshell: Quintessential Cotswold charm - a real gem in a fabulous village.
27 The Square is a very pretty Grade II Listed Cotswold cottage, beautifully positioned on the square and located only a short walk from the heart of Bibury. This cosy cottage is full of charm, character and beautiful period features.
The kitchen/living room is a versatile and open space with windows overlooking the delightful square. The window seats make this the ideal spot to relax and unwind after a day exploring The Cotswolds. The room lends itself superbly for an evening dinner in with family and friends whilst cooking up a delicious feast in the kitchen. The open fire provides extra warmth in the colder months.
The first floor comprises two double bedrooms and a bathroom. The owner has been mindful to create ample discreet storage and there is plenty of natural light throughout.
Tenure: Freehold. Grade II Listed.
Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage. Electric central heating and hot water.
No viewings on the following dates: 27th-29th Jan 23rd-25th Jan, 3rd-5th Feb, 11th-13th Feb, 23rd-26th Feb.
27 The Square is situated on the edge of Bibury, a quintessential and renowned idyllic village in the heart of the Cotswolds and the Coln Valley. The River Coln runs through the village and is one of the best trout fishing streams in The Cotswolds. The village has a thriving community and is home to a primary school, post office, farm shop, The Catherine Wheel pub, The Twig Café and The Swan Hotel. There are plenty of fabulous country walks on the doorstep. Bibury greatly inspired the works of William Morris. He loved Bibury so much, that he described it as ‘the most beautiful village in England’.
Known as the “Capital of the Cotswolds”, Cirencester, only a short drive away, is a hub of vibrant cultural life known for its beautiful limestone townhouses, exciting boutiques, restaurants, a handy Waitrose, cafes and twice weekly markets.
Nearby Burford is a charming and picturesque medieval town which offers various weekly markets, a renowned garden centre and is ideal for everyday shopping as is delightful Northleach which is only 8 miles away.
Daylesford Organic Farm Shop, 18 miles away, is set in enchanting grounds and has a delicious restaurant and deli to suit all tastes, together with irresistible homewares, fashion and a spa. A little further afield is Soho Farmhouse, the spectacular members club set in 100 acres of stunning Oxfordshire countryside.
Cheltenham to the west and not only offers an array of excellent shopping and dining, it is also host to fabulous literary, jazz and food festivals and, of course, horse racing.
The area offers a superb choice of schooling with an exceptional selection of state, grammar and private schools such as Hatherop Primary School, Hatherop Castle, Dean Close, Cheltenham Colleges and Pate’s, to name but a few.
The cottage is well located for outdoor activities, with golf at Cirencester, Cheltenham, Burford and Naunton Downs; as well as a plethora of footpaths and bridleways throughout the countryside.
The A40 provides excellent access to Oxford and the M40, and Cheltenham gives access to the M5. Regular and fast train services are available to London Paddington from Kingston and Kemble.
Cirencester 7 miles - Northleach 8 miles - Kemble 12 miles (direct train to London Paddington) - Burford 10 miles -Cheltenham 22 miles
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