Edwards College, Silver Street, SOUTH CERNEY

£595,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Listed Grade II for its historical importance, a very spacious attached period house offering extensive accommodation with parkland outlook.

Edwards College was founded by Anne Edwards in 1834 and built by St Aubyn in Tudor-Gothic as a home for clergy widows. The property comprises a terrace of houses each traditionally constructed of natural stone elevations with mullions, parapets and Cotswold slate pitched roof.

Number 12 occupies the end terrace with parkland views. The house would benefit from a degree of modernisation. The layout offers an external porch with access into central hallway, stairs rise to first floor and doors lead off the two spacious reception rooms. Off the dining room is the fitted kitchen, rear lobby and cloakroom.

To the first floor lies the master bedroom with dual aspect and stunning rural views, bedroom four and bathroom. To the second floor the house offers two further bedrooms, each of double proportion and one with en suite bathroom.

The outside space includes gardens to front and side with space for parking. The main garden comprises a linear plot housing brick outbuilding. Beyond is a further parcel of garden owned by Edwards College Management Company for the benefit of each household.

The property would benefit from updating and offers a very spacious home extending to 1993 sq ft (185.2 sq m) located within this vibrant Cotswold village adjoining the water park.

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Moore Allen - Sales

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