Coxwell Street, Cirencester, GL7

£590,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
The entrance to this property is gained through a charming period door into a private side passageway which also provides access to No. 29 and 31 Coxwell Street. The front doors opens to a wonderful sitting room with an open fireplace, wooden flooring and ample space to dine. The adjacent kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of units, an integrated oven and gas hob, and enjoys views to the rear onto a charming enclosed south facing garden. The first floor has a generous landing, two bedrooms, family bathroom and a useful utility room located on a half landing. A characterful main bedroom is located on the top floor along with an adjoining shower room and useful storage cupboard.

Outside

The pretty south facing garden enjoys a lovely view to the parish church located within the Market Place and is bordered by Cotswold stone walls and timber fence, predominantly laid to lawn, edged with flower beds and mature shrubs. A wide terrace adjoins the rear of the property offering a perfect area for al fresco dining with access into the house and also to the side passageway via a pedestrian gate.

pSituation

The Roman town of Cirencester is often referred to as the Capital of the Cotswolds and is extremely accessible being at the intersection of the Fosse Way and Ermin Way. The latter provides virtual dual carriageway access to both the M4 at Swindon and the M5 at Gloucester. There is a fast and regular Great Western train service from Kemble (about 6 miles) to London Paddington which takes approximately 75 minutes with stops at Swindon, Didcot and Reading.

Additional Information

All in all a town house full of charm and character offering just under 1300 sq ft of living accommodation.

Shopping in Cirencester is highly regarded, and off the main streets there are many interesting back lanes with specialist shops, particularly Black Jack Street which is around the corner from Swan Yard and has a life of its own. The diverse range of amenities all within a short walk of Coxwell Street include Cirencester Park, Waitrose, Cirencester Hospital, Tesco Metro, the Church and Abbey Grounds. Cirencester Tennis Club is based in the Park whilst other nearby recreational facilities include an open air swimming pool, the newly built Cotswold Leisure Centre, Bowling Club and a theatre at Bingham Hall.

The Cotswold Show is held annually in Cirencester Park whilst the Market Place hosts many activities throughout the year as well as two market days and a Farmer's Market every other Saturday. The Corn Hall is also a much used facility. The Church, with its 162 foot high tower, is the largest parish church in Gloucestershire and dates from the Norman period.

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