The Coach House

Offers in the region of £675,000

The Coach House

Offers in the region of £675,000


The coach house, middle duntisbourne, cirencester, gl7 7ar

an astonishingly picturesque rural setting

The Property

Located down a private drive, this detached Cotswold stone country residence is believed to have originally been three cottages. Having been in the ownership of same family since the 1950’s this is a rare and exciting opportunity to purchase a handsome and much loved home. The open rural aspect and peaceful setting make this location quite breathtaking. There is a plethora of character features within the 2388 sq ft of well proportioned accommodation including two impressive Cotswold stone fireplaces, exposed walls and beams, in addition to window seats.

We feel it is important to point out, to bring The Coach House back to it’s former glory a complete restoration programme will be necessary. These works will include a mains water connection as currently there is no water supply, replacement of the septic tank will be obligatory due to the new legislation and rectifying the structural issues.


Outside the level enclosed grounds are mainly laid to lawn with the ‘Dunt’ stream passing through behind a Cotswold stone wall. There is a small orchard & copious amounts of private gravelled parking. Two sides of the gardens adjoin the farmer’s pastureland.

Offers in the region of


We strongly believe this property can only be purchased by a cash buyer.

  • Requires total restoration
  • Plot measures just over half an acre
  • Spectacular views
  • Four/five Bedrooms
  • Three bathrooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Two reception rooms
  • Level garden


Middle Duntisbourne lies in an area of outstanding natural beauty North of Cirencester. It is a quaint and unspoilt Cotswold hamlet surrounded by farmland and woods. The stream known as ‘The Dunt’ meanders through the full length of the pretty Duntisbourne Valley. Often referred to as the ‘capital of the Cotswolds’, Cirencester (4 miles) is a traditional market town. Cheltenham (12.5 miles) is known for its elegant Regency architecture, copious festivals and National Hunt racing. Kemble (10 miles) is the nearest railway station with direct link to London (Paddington).


Useful Information

Tenure: Freehold
Postcode: GL7 7AR
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Whitaker Seager.
Fixtures and Fitting: Some mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale.
Local Authorities: All others are specifically excluded but may be made available by separate negotiation. Cotswold District. Council Tax Band D and EPC rating F

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