Chester Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7
£600,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A handsome Grade II listed period property, in a favourite street and an enviable position backing onto St Michaels Park and close to the town centre.

A most stunning and substantial three/four bedroom end of terrace family home which is bursting with charm and character and enjoys a most pleasant outlook over St Michael's Park.

This delightful residence offers flexible well-proportioned accommodation over three floors and has the added benefit of a sizeable cellar. Sitting in the heart of Cirencester, the property is well placed to be close to all of its amenities and facilities.

The accommodation briefly comprises of an entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and doors to the sitting room where there is a fitted wood burner. The dining room has built-in shelving and overlooks the rear garden. The kitchen has a generous range of wall and base units, this has recently been refitted, integral appliances and opens into a conservatory area which has French doors to the rear where you can sit, relax and overlook the garden.

At first floor level, the landing leads to the well-proportioned master bedroom which has two windows to the front. There is a bathroom with a separate walk-in shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC. Adjacent to the bathroom is a second cloakroom.

Stairs lead to the second floor where there are two further bedrooms and a very useful study/dressing room which is currently used as a smaller bedroom.

Outside, there is a small area to the front enclosed by wrought iron railings. There is access to the rear garden which is well enclosed and enjoys a good degree of privacy and overlooks St Michael's Park. It is predominantly laid to lawn with flower/shrub borders and a paved patio area. At the rear of the garden there is a very useful stone outhouse which provides storage, as required.

The market town of Cirencester is often referred to as the 'Capital of the Cotswolds'. It is ideally located with the M4, M5 and M40/A40, the mainline train station at Kemble and excellent bus and coach links all within easy reach.

Cirencester benefits from high street stores, independent specialist retailers, and a weekly market. There are also several delightful bistros, cafes, wine bars and public houses to suit all tastes. Cirencester boasts a community hospital, leisure centre, arts and craft centre, award winning museum, a theatre and a lovely outdoor swimming pool. Nearby there is golf, tennis, riding, football, rugby and cricket, and within the town a bowls club.

There are excellent primary and secondary state schools and a sixth form college campus. There are also good independent schools in the surrounding areas. The Royal Agricultural University is located just outside of the town and the area has numerous open green areas to visit for picnics and walks.

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