Spring Cottage

Guide price - £1,000,000

Area (approx)
137.3 sq m / 1,478 sq ft

Spring Cottage, Duntisbourne Abbotts,
Gloucestershire, GL7 7JN

A stunning Cotswold cottage in a peaceful setting on the edge of a hugely desirable village


3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
1 Reception Room


Mainswater and electricity
Private drainage
Airsource heat pump

Spring CottageAbout this home

This picturesque cottage has undergone a substantial and detailed renovation to the highest of standards. It is constructed of Cotswold Stone under a natural stone roof and sits in an secluded location near the Church. The rooms are all well-proportioned and mostly overlook the attractive gardens to the front and the adjoining countryside. The cottage has been restored sympathetically retaining many architectural original period features whilst introducing a natural blend of modern design.

‍There are a number of key highlights to living at this wonderful property. The main ones are:

A beautifully appointed kitchen which offers a perfect space to entertain.

The quality of craftmanship and attention to detail is evident throughout with each room very much having their own individual feel.

The main sitting room is delightful, having wonderful views across the garden and beyond.

To the front of the house is a large terrace which is ideal for outside entertaining with an impressive outdoor kitchen including a Big Green Egg.

The gardens have been beautifully landscaped throughout with passion and precision. Framed with low Cotswold stone walling and interspersed with a variety of trees and shrubs as well as well-established flower beds which are full of colour and wonderfully private and secluded.

Custom hand built outbuilding constructed with Larchwood which is suitable for a variety of uses.

The AreaDuntisbourne Valley

Spring Cottage lies in the Duntisbourne valley to the northwest of Cirencester, amidst some of the Cotswolds most attractive and unspoilt countryside. Duntisbourne Abbotts is a particularly classic village characterised by pretty period cottages and houses.

Cirencester, which is deservedly known as ‘The capital of the Cotswolds’ is an historic Roman town which became an important centre for the wool trade in medieval times. Today it is a thriving market town. Shopping in Cirencester is highly regarded, off the main streets there are many interesting back lanes with specialist shops, particularly Black Jack Street.

Communications links are excellent: there is a fast and regular Great Western Train service from Kemble to London Paddington which takes approximately 75 minutes with stops at Swindon, Didcot and Reading and road communications via the A419/417 dual carriageway offer good access to Junction 15 (M4) at Swindon and Junction 11a (M5) at Gloucester, making the main centres of Bath, Bristol, Cheltenham, Gloucester and Oxford within easy daily commuting distance.

Goucestershire is renowned for its excellent selection of schools. Local private schools include Beaudesert Park, Kings School, Wycliffe College, Cheltenham College, Cheltenham Ladies College and Westonbirt. Additionally, there are a number of local state schools including three highly regarded Grammar Schools, Stroud High and Marling School in Stroud, and Pate’s Grammar School in Cheltenham.



137.3 sq m / 1,478 sq ft


Further Info

Contact us to speak with a regional expert and learn more about the home & area