Cirencester Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire


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  • Bedrooms: 3
An individual detached bungalow offering very spacious accommodation, set in an elevated position with surrounding grounds totalling 0.43 acres and enjoying far reaching views.

This is a property that provides much further potential, within the grounds lie a large timber clad garage/workshop a summer house and further timber workshop located next to the property, both workshops have recently upgraded electrics and lighting.

To the rear, a lawned garden bound by conifer hedging and a cotswold stonewall with raised vegetable planters and views

across the neighbouring fields and countryside. Gated access to the front leads to a gravelled parking area with steps leading through the planted terraced garden to the bungalow.

The well-presented accommodation enjoys a light aspect throughout, further enhanced by the neutral decoration.

A large front porch provides ample storage, the spacious hallway could easily accommodate a staircase for those wishing to extend /convert the attic space (subject to the usual planning regulations). Engineered oak flooring flows from the hallway into the spacious dual aspect sitting room, the focal point being the wood burning stove.

To the rear the fitted kitchen has a wide range of pine fronted wall and base units, an aga, sink, plumbing for washing machine

and ample space to accommodate a free standing fridge/freezer. Another dual aspect room flooded with light and overlooking the


Family shower room with a large walk-in shower and three piece white suite of basin, w/c and bidet.

There are three generous bedrooms, two doubles and a single currently used as a home office. Two of the bedrooms benefit from built-in wardrobes.

Property Information


Mains electricity, private drainage and water supply. Oil fired heating system (recent external Worcester boiler) feeding radiators and Aga. Further benefitting from solar panels. EPC Band 'D'.


Council Tax Band 'D' 2019/20 charges £1,713.19.


Cotswold District Council, Cirencester 01285 623000.


Freehold offering vacant possession upon completion.


Enjoying a rural location set off the A419 (Stroud road) circa. 5 miles west of Cirencester and circa. 1.5 miles south of Sapperton, home of The Bell, a popular country dining pub. Cirencester is a bustling market town offering an excellent range of amenities and a popular location for visitors who seek to explore the Cotswolds. The town provides a good selection of education at all levels, modern medical practices, sporting facilities and extensive range of clubs, associations and pastimes.

Mainline railway stations at Kemble c6 miles and Stroud c8 miles –


Take the A419 Stroud road from Cirencester, passing the turning on the right for Sapperton, Tumbledown will be found further along on the left.


Arrange viewing 01285 238863

Moore Allen - Sales

33 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire

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