5 bedroom terraced house for sale

The Avenue, Cirencester

£625,000

Property Description

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A superb opportunity to acquire an extended and refurbished Cotswold stone period town house located within 'The Avenue' a centrally located and sought after position within the very heart of Cirencester within walking distance of a selection of schools, parks and facilities that the town has to offer. The residents of this area benefit from a residents parking scheme a distinct advantage with in the heart of Cirencester. We urge early viewing of this property through Cain & Fuller Cirencester.

Cirencester - Cirencester is an historic Roman town which became an important centre for the wool trade in medieval times. Today it is a thriving market town. The property occupies a desirable situation. Shopping in Cirencester is highly regarded, off the main streets there are many interesting back lanes with specialist shops, particularly Black Jack Street. On the outskirts of the town are two supermarkets (Waitrose and Tesco) as well as a Hospital. A new Leisure Centre was opened in 2006 and one of the oldest open-air pools in the country is a short walk. A gate to the 2500 acre Cirencester Park, belonging to the Bathurst family and open during the day, is also a short walk off Cecily Hill. Many concerts are given in the Church and there are talented local choirs and amateur dramatic groups. Within about half an hour’s drive are the towns of Cheltenham, Gloucester and Swindon. Bath, Oxford and Stratford are about an hour by car, with superb cultural and recreational facilities. Private and State schools in the area are excellent, such as Beaudesert, Deer Park, Kingshill, Prior Park, Rendcomb and Hatherop Castle.

Kemble airfield has facilities for small aircraft and Aston Down is a gliding centre. Cirencester has had a golf course for over 100 years and others are at Minchinhampton, Burford and Naunton. Superb horse racing takes place at Cheltenham, as well as at meetings at Newbury and Bath. Sailing is available on the lakes between Cirencester and Swindon

Description - The Avenue is one of the most established roads in the very heart of Cirencester and within a ‘Conservation area.’ No 23 is a Cotswold stone Victorian home built in 1901, offering both well proportioned and attractive living accommodation. The entrance is through a solid painted mahogany front door approached by stone steps flanked by period re-instated railings which enclose an attractive front garden. The period entrance hall leads to both principal reception rooms, the living room to the front is well proportioned and light with picture rails ornate period fireplace and has Thomas Sanderson white finished shutters. The drawing room is partially panelled, with period fireplace and French doors leading to a conservatory giving access via steps into the enclosed town garden at the rear. At this level there is also a cloak room with storage. A staircase towards the rear leads to another level of accommodation with a substantially sized dining/family room located to the front elevation with an attractive fireplace, solid wood block floor and a period cellar ( ideal wine store). To the rear elevation there is a comprehensively fitted kitchen/breakfast room with integral range cooker and range of integrated appliances, fridge, dishwasher, deep freeze stoneware French sink and black granite worktops. There is a small utility area off the kitchen with good storage, double doors open out giving access into the enclosed walled garden.

The Five bedrooms are located to the first and second floor of the property they offer well proportioned and presented living space with many having pleasant views over Cirencester rooftops. The Master bedroom is worth special mention as it offers a full width fantastically proportioned room with shuttered windows to front aspect and a selection of built in storage. The bedrooms are serviced by a family bathroom and additional shower room at these levels and the top landing gives access to a large fully boarded loft storage area.

Outside - This town house is approached via stone steps, flanked by gated railings containing an enclosed ‘garden’ to the front of the house. At the rear there is a fully enclosed and paved walled town garden with mature wisteria and planted borders providing a high degree of seclusion. There is a mixture of seating areas and a good sized summer house located to the rear of the garden offering good secure storage.

Residents Parking - Residents of The Avenue are able to take advantage of a ‘residents parking scheme’, allowing for two full time permits 24/7 with visitors permits available for purchase; a highly attractive and convenient feature for those wishing to benefit from town living.

Directions - From the market place proceed towards Dyer street , turn right by the Bear public house. Then continue for approx. 250 yards , at the junction with lewis lane continue straight into tower street, at the end of tower street turn left into the Avenue , the property can be found on the left hand side.

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17 July 2019

Nearest station

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To view this property or request more details, contact:

Cain & Fuller Estate Agents, Cirencester

14 Dyer Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2PF

01285 411021 Local call rate

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Nearest station

  • Kemble (3.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Cain & Fuller Estate Agents, Cirencester

14 Dyer Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2PF

01285 411021 Local call rate

How much will it cost me to call the number displayed on the site?

Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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