Cirencester

£340,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
A lovely and attractively situated two bedroom period cottage in a very quiet mews tucked away in the town centre.

Privately located just off Black Jack Street with immediate access to shops, restaurants and pubs.

The property is part of a pretty terrace of stone cottages. Formerly two cottages, it has been opened up to provide attractive, well-proportioned accommodation. The cottage is approached through an entrance porch leading to a dining room and an attractive dual aspect sitting room with a French door to the front and a stone fireplace. There is a separate fitted kitchen and a guest toilet.

At first floor level are two double bedrooms and a bathroom with a recently refitted white suite.

Outside is a lovely well-tended cottage style front garden, and there is a communal drying area and a small shed.

In addition, the property benefits from gas central heating to radiators and UPVC double-glazed windows and an end of chain sale.

AMENITIES The market town of Cirencester dates back to Roman times and 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, a weekly market and there are a number of delightful bistros, cafes, wine bars and public houses to suit all tastes.

There are excellent primary and secondary state schools and a sixth form college campus. There are also good independent schools in the surrounding areas.

Cirencester also boasts a cottage hospital, a leisure centre and a lovely outdoor swimming pool, open from May to September. Other sports are fully catered for including golf, tennis, riding, football, rugby and cricket.

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