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5 bedroom detached house for sale
Somerford Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire
The property is built in Cotswold stone with deep casement windows. It is set back from Somerford Road from which it is well screened. The entrance hall runs the full length of the house with stairs to the first floor and steps down to a useful cellar. Leading off the hall is the dining room with French doors opening onto the rear garden. The dining room is separated from the sitting room by folding doors which when folded back create a single room almost 33' in length; ideal for entertaining or for large family gatherings. The sitting room has a fireplace with a fitted gas fire in a dressed stone surround and with shutters to the windows. Across the hall is the study with a fireplace (blocked) and shutters. The well fitted kitchen/breakfast room has a range of fitted kitchen units with a Neff double oven and infrared hob. There is also a built in fridge. Leading off the kitchen is the utility room with a sink unit with plumbing for a washing machine, tumble drier and dishwasher. There are doors to the study and to the wet room with shower, wash basin and WC. The study, utility and wet Room were designed to provide independent accommodation for an elderly person. On the first floor are two good sized double bedrooms, a single bedroom, family bathroom and separate WC with two further double bedrooms on the second floor.
Somerford Road is on the south side of the town within 15 minutes walk of the Market Place.
Cirencester has an excellent range of shops from the usual High Street names to individual specialist suppliers, as well as a good choice of restaurants, bars and pubs.
Convenience Store in Mount Street and Tesco Express and Pharmacy in Chesterton Lane.
The town has a good choice of both primary and secondary schools, Powells C of E (Primary) School, Cirencester Deer Park (Secondary) School and Cirencester (6th Form) College are all within easy walking distance.
The main centres for the region are Cheltenham, Gloucester, Oxford, Swindon, Bath and Bristol
Cirencester has good communications to the rest of the country, being approximately 16 miles from both Junction 15 of the M4 and Junction 11A of the M5.
4 miles from Kemble Station (London Paddington 75 minutes approx.)
Cirencester Park directly adjoins the town and offers hundreds of acres of landscaped parkland and woodland which is open to the public every day.
The town has a modern Leisure Centre. Other sporting opportunities in the area include a number of golf courses, water sports at the Cotswold Water Park and racing at Cheltenham.
The Roman Amphitheatre, now grassed over, is a short distance and is ideal for good family walks.
To the front of the property is a large private garden, about 100' in length, mainly laid to lawn with several mature trees and with a pedestrian gate onto Somerford Road. To the side of the house is a small courtyard. At the rear of the property is a further area of lawn with a parking and turning area and a double garage. The driveway leads onto Mount Street.