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A cottage in Turville
Photograph: Courtesy of Savills

Now for sale: this picture-postcard cottage in the village where ‘Killing Eve’ was filmed

‘The Vicar of Dibley’ and ‘Midsomer Murders’ were also shot in the area

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Faima Bakar
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Does this pretty property look familiar at all? Well, we wouldn’t be surprised, because the small village it’s in plays a big part in hit BBC drama Killing Eve, as well as tons of other big shows. And you know what? Now the cottage could be yours – as it’s just gone on sale for £900,000.

Eagle-eyed fans might recognise Turville, in Oxfordshire, from the Killing Eve’s first season. According to IMDB, episode four was shot in the village, with an armed ambush and car chase shot in the village centre and on the surrounding country roads.

The village also featured in the sitcom The Vicar of Dibley. In the series, the church of St Mary the Virgin was renamed St Barnabas. And that’s not all. Turville has also appeared in the likes of Midsomer MurdersLittle Britain, Goodnight Mr Tom and loads more

Now, on to the property – Church Cottage is Grade II-listed. The front door opens into the sitting room, which centres around a rather pretty fireplace. There’s also a decent-sized kitchen, a cellar, a bathroom, a toilet and two double bedrooms.

Like the look of it? You can find out more about the house and book in a viewing here.

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