Gloucester Street , Cirencester


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A beautifully presented Grade II Listed town house benefitting from extended accommodation providing a spacious open plan kitchen/diner/living room. Located in this desirable street of period housing and close to the towns amenities, also enjoying a

landscaped rear garden.

The interior space is well-proportioned and provides flexibility, it blends character features such as exposed timbers, original

fireplace and solid wood flooring with modern fittings providing a very comfortable living environment.

Situated to the rear and accessed via glazed French doors the dining/living area is flooded with natural light thanks to a bank of glazing and has ample room to accommodate soft seating as well as a table. Linking directly to the garden it creates a wonderful entertaining space. The comprehensively fitted kitchen provides a wide range of wall and base units complemented by solid wooden worktops, a belfast sink, integrated dishwasher, fridge and an electric oven with gas hob. Ceramic tiled flooring flows throughout. To the far end a staircase leads to the first floor. There is underfloor heating throughout the ground floor (electric in the bathroom), as well as the garden room and also electric underfloor heating in the workshop.

The attractive sitting room is finished with solid oak flooring (underfloor heating), has exposed beams and benefits from bespoke built-in storage, the focal point is the inglenook fireplace, housing a gas stove.

Completing the ground floor is a bathroom and useful storage cupboard with plumbing for a washing machine. The first floor landing has useful storage, there are three double bedrooms all benefitting from built-in wardrobes and a contemporary designed shower room. The largest bedroom to the rear overlooks the garden and is currently used as a garden room.

The landscaped rear garden enjoys a good degree of privacy and is paved for low maintenance. Steps lead up from the patio to a lovely paved terrace that is bound by raised planted borders well-stocked with a mix of established plants and shrubs. There is also a feature pond, timber shed and a workshop with sink, power and lighting.


Mains water, electricity, drainage and gas are connected to the property. Gas fired central heating and double glazed windows.



Council tax band 'D' 2020/21 charges £1,663.36.


Cotswold District Council, Cirencester 01285 623000.


Freehold offering vacant possession upon completion.


Within walking distance to the historic Market Place facilities and Cirencester Bathurst Park. Cirencester is the 'Capital of the

Cotswolds', 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 and associations. Cirencester is ideally located for motorways and railway links.

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