VICAR of Dibley fans can today buy an idyllic three-bedroom country cottage which featured on the BBC show for £649,000.
The quaint 17th century Buckinghamshire property was the fictional home of parish councillor Jim Trott, played by Trevor Peacock in the BBC One comedy, with Dawn French starring as Vicar Geraldine Granger.
The cottage is made of brick and flint and has been immaculately kept by the present owner[/caption]
The quaint cottage could be spotted in a number of Vicar of Dibley episodes between 1994 and 2007[/caption]
It is just a stones’ throw from the church of St Mary the Virgin which was called St Barnabus’ in the show[/caption]
Period features such as the exposed beams have been carefully maintained[/caption]
Windmill Cottage in the charming village of Turnville is just a stones’ throw from the church of St Mary the Virgin which was called St Barnabus’ in the show.
The village has long been a favourite of TV production companies with the likes of Little Britain and Killing Eve shooting scenes in the area.
It was also the location for some episodes of Midsomer Murders as well as the 1998 movie Goodnight Mr Tom.
The cosy log burner fits in with the property’s olde worlde style[/caption]
Owners can enjoy home cooking in the stylish mint green kitchen-diner[/caption]
The light and airy living room provides a serene spot for relaxing[/caption]
Nick Warner, a partner at estate agents Knight Frank, said: “Turville is incredibly picturesque and photogenic and has played host to a host of programmes including the Vicar of Dibley.
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“It’s been really well-kept and is ready for a new buyer to move in right away.
“The current owner has been there for about 16 years and is now just ready to move on to somewhere new.
“We would expect to appeal a range of different markets including young families and people looking for a weekend place in the country.”
Owners can see the picturesque countryside from the bedroom window[/caption]
There are exposed timber beams throughout the charming cottage[/caption]
A fabulous free-standing bath tub fits the style of the property[/caption]
It is being sold by estate agents Knight Frank who have described the three-bed home as ‘exquisite’[/caption]
The village has long been a favourite of TV production companies with the likes of Little Britain and Killing Eve shooting scenes in the area[/caption]
The village was also the location for some episodes of Midsomer Murders as well as the 1998 movie Goodnight Mr Tom[/caption]
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