3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleCirencester
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- A delightful semi detached house
- Three bedrooms
- Sitting room
- Kitchen/dining room
- Off road parking
- Walking distance to town
- Communal garden area
- No chain
The property is situated in an off-road location towards the end of a no-through lane, a short walk from the town centre and all its amenities. It is an attached cottage with well-proportioned accommodation over two floors. The property is neutrally decorated throughout and enjoys a kitchen with integrated appliances and space for a dining table and a separate sitting room with a fitted gas fire. In addition there is also a cloakroom.
At first floor level are three well-portioned bedrooms and a bathroom fitted with a white suite.
Keepers Gate is a small exclusive development of five town cottages, built by APC Construction, a small local firm of developers and builders. The development is built on mature land, which once belonged to Querns House, which is now Cirencester Hospital.
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