61 Albion Street, Stratton, Cirencester


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  • Bedrooms: 4
An impressive detached period house set back behind a pretty walled garden, enjoying this popular location within a quiet residential street of character properties. Beyond the well-balanced and handsome facade the extended accommodation is

both light and spacious, beautifully presented and full of character features such as sash windows with shutters, flagstone floors, high ceilings and period fireplaces.

To the front, steps lead up to the canopied entrance porch where the front door opens to the hallway with an original flagstone floor. On either side there are two well-balanced reception rooms, one currently used as a study but would create a cosy family room and benefits from a fitted bookcase, the other a comfortable sitting room also with fitted bookcase; the focal point being a cut stone open fireplace.

Neutral decoration and high ceilings enhance the feeling of light and space throughout this fine home.

Creating the heart of this wonderful home is the generous open plan kitchen/diner, fitted with a wide range of cream shaker style wall and base units complemented by solid wooden worktops. Integrated dishwasher, stainless steel finish electric NEFF double oven and gas hob. Tiled flooring flows throughout, there is ample space for a dining table and a further area situated beneath a roof lantern providing soft seating and a TV point. A stable door opens to the rear.

A rear hallway provides access to the spacious ground floor cloakroom with double storage cupboard, W/C and basin. A useful utility/boot room with fitted units and plumbing for washing machine; French doors open out to a small courtyard which provides access to the single garage. The garage benefits from light and power and provides ample storage to the eaves. A cellar creates further useful storage and is the ideal environment to store wine.

A window to the side elevation mid-way up the staircase floods both the hallway and landing with light. To the first floor the generous accommodation continues with two double bedrooms both with period fireplaces and built-in wardrobes. To the rear, a further double bedroom with dressing room complete with fitted wardrobes and a bathroom of clawfoot bath, separate shower, w/c and basin.

Family shower room with a double shower cubicle, tiled floor, period style white basin and WC, complemented by half-height tongue and groove panelling. Completing the first floor a further bedroom currently utilised as an art studio.

The walled garden situated to the front has gated access leading onto a gravelled driveway providing ample parking and leading to the single detached garage. This beautiful garden enjoys a private sheltered aspect, the ideal environment in which to relax and unwind or entertain. A central area of lawn is bound by planted borders, mature trees and shrubs, a further gravelled area is ideal for a table a chairs.

Property Information


Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the

property, with gas fired heating feeding radiators. EPC Band 'D'


Council Tax Band 'F' 2018/19 Charges £2,468.70.


Cotswold District Council, Cirencester 01285 623000.


Freehold offering vacant possession upon completion.


Well situated for country walks and a short walk from a

convenience store and public house. Also with access to excellent

schooling. Motorways M4 J 15 c.18 miles, M5 J 11a c.17 miles.

Kemble Railway Station c.5 miles (London c.75 mins).

Arrange viewing 01285 238863

Moore Allen - Sales

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