An EXTENDED AND MUCH IMPROVED 3 double bedroom Cotswold stone built cottage with the added benefit of an adjoining PADDOCK of c. 5 acres together with 3 LOOSEBOXES and feed store in a secluded setting to the edge of this picturesque rural hamlet close to Bibury. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY for a LONG LET IF DESIRED, and on a PART OR UNFURNISHED basis, an outstanding feature of the cottage are the scenic views over the paddock and surrounding farmland of the Coln Valley. Early viewing of this rural retreat is highly recommended. The cottage itself has been EXTENSIVELY IMPROVED in recent times to provide a stylish and comfortable family home with modern conveniences including a BEAUTIFULLY FITTED kitchen with an excellent range of units together with APPLIANCES. The good-sized and dual aspect living room offers space for seating and dining together with a feature stone fireplace - with inset LOGBURNER, solid wood flooring - with UNDERFLOOR HEATING - and French doors to the secluded terrace to the rear of the cottage. Also on the ground floor is a WELL-APPOINTED WET-ROOM which compliments the family BATHROOM situated at first floor level. Also on the first floor are 2 of the cottages double bedrooms whilst the third, larger room is split level providing flexibility of use as an occasional bedroom, study or home office. Externally there are GARDENS TO FRONT AND REAR which also includes a useful Cotswold stone WORKSHOP /STORE, a patio seating terrace and a good sized garden with LARGE LAWNED AREA and raised beds. Beyond the garden is the c. 5 ACRE PADDOCK including 3 LOOSEBOXES with tack room /feedstore, a concrete surround, WATER AND ELECTRIC. CLOSE TO HOME: Winson is a charming archetypal Cotswold village, often referred to as the `secret` village being situated well away from main roads deep in the Coln Valley and surrounded by some of the most exquisite countryside available within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Whilst the pretty early Norman church stands proudly at its heart, the hamlet otherwise comprises almost entirely of Period cottages interspersed with sympathetically converted barns and also a number of particularly fine country houses. Bibury with its village shop and Post Office is c. 3 miles away, while Chedworth, with its popular farm shop and primary school is within 4 miles. A wider range of day to day amenities and shops is available at Northleach which is situated some 4 miles to the north whilst the larger centre of Cirencester with its diverse mix of boutique shops, restaurants and cafes is approximately 7 miles distant. Local leisure pursuits include polo at Cirencester Park, sailing at the Cotswold Water Park, golf at Cirencester or racing at Cheltenham, as well as many wonderful walks within the immediate vicinity. Communications to the rest of the country are good via the A40/M40 at Oxford or A419 dual carriageway for access to Junction 17 of the M4 at Swindon. Kemble Station is c. 11 miles drive, from which direct services to London Paddington take from c. 75 minutes. VIEWINGS: For further information and to arrange to view please call Elizabeth or Shelbie at Moore Allen & Innocent, Cirencester office on or by email at: . Viewings are welcomed by appointment 6 days a week although please be aware that viewings may require at least 24 hours' notice to arrange access. AGENT NOTES: These particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor the services, appliances, fittings, etc, been tested. If room sizes are included, they are for guidance and illustration purposes only. They may not be to scale and should not be relied upon for furnishing or other purposes. If there are any important matters likely to affect your decision to proceed please contact us before viewing the property.