- Picturesque detached rural house
- Plot of 0.42 of an acre
- Three bedrooms
- Oil fired central heating and open fireplace in sitting room
- Much internal character
- Open countryside surrounding
- Mature grounds with profusion of flowering shrubs and trees
- Sweeping lawns
- Potential for further enhancements or possible extension
- Being sold by Informal Tender
A picturesque detached house in a rural setting with open countryside all around, set on a large plot with mature trees and shrubs surrounding. Bibury has, for many years, been a much loved family home and, whilst dated, has much internal character and offers great potential for further enhancements or extension. There is oil fired central heating to radiators and an open fireplace in the sitting room.
Ground floor. Wide entrance hallway. Under stairs storage cupboard. Sitting room with open fireplace, French doors to garden. Dining room. Kitchen with quarry tiled floor, floor and wall units, electric oven, hood, hob, sink unit, space and plumbing for appliances. Garden room with glazed door to garden, storage cupboard, shower/cloakroom with w.c., shower and basin.
First floor. Landing. Three generous bedrooms. Bathroom with bath, basin and w.c.
The property occupies a plot of approximately 0.42 of an acre.
The property is to be sold by informal tender and interested parties should state the price they are prepared to pay in writing by the closing date of Tuesday 18th July 2017 at 12 noon. To make an offer, applicants should state whether or not the transaction would be related to the sale of another property, how much they are prepared to pay and what financial arrangements have been made to facilitate the purchase. It is not expected that the successful applicant will wish to reopen negotiations following agreement to purchase and interested parties are welcome to survey/inspect the site prior to the closing date and intending purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the adequacy of the required services.
The vendor reserves the right to accept or reject any offer as they see fit. Once solicitors have been instructed in the sale, the successful applicants will be expected to exchange contracts within four weeks, failing which the vendor reserves the right to withdraw from the sale and/or sell to another party.