Tower Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
This substantial period town house is located on the fringe of Cirencester town centre and is offered to the market with no onward chain.

The property has undergone extensive refurbishment over recent years and now provides all the comforts of modern living, whilst retaining many character features.

Accommodation comprises of 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 reception rooms, a utillity room....

This impressive period home is situated near the end of tower street a short walk from the award winning St. Michael's Park.

The property benefits from adaptable accommodation arranged over four floors.

On the ground floor the entrance hall leads to the lounge which features a working fireplace, antique pine floor boards and a sash window. The lounge is open to the Shaker Style kitchen and the dining room beyond, with French doors to the walled rear garden. The Kitchen has a range of wall and base units and comes complete with American style fridge freezer and range cooker. The utility room can be found off of the dining room with a window to the rear, ample space for appliances and has a cupboard housing the gas boiler. There is a separate cloakroom on this floor.

On the first floor you will find the family bathroom with bath and separate shower. Bedroom 2 runs the width of the house and is a light spacious room with working open fire and sash windows. Bedroom 3 has a window overlooking the walled garden and also has a working fireplace.

on the second floor of the property is the principle bedroom with en-suite bathroom with air jet bath and separate shower cubical. There is scope within the current footprint of the house to add a further bedroom on this floor with some re-configuration.

On the lower ground for there is a further double bedroom, or this room would also make a splendid Cinema room/play room. There is a study on this floor also.

To the rear of the house is an attractive walled garden with patio area, plants & shrubs and potting shed.

There is permit parking available to the front of the house.

CIRENCESTER Known as the Capital of the Cotswolds and famous for its Roman history being the second largest Roman town outside of London, has an abundance of cultural attractions including the Corinium Museum, Roman Amphitheatre and the Abbey Church. Cirencester Park is home to the Polo Club, one of the most historic clubs in the country, being founded in 1894.

The Market Place offers a choice of high street stores, independent retailers, cafes and restaurants, as well as Bishops Walk undercover shopping centre.

Council tax band F 2022/23 £2953.99 Per annum.

01285 655158

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