Tucked away within the former private grounds of a grade II listed town house known as ‘Coxwell Court’, lies this three bedroom semi detached modern house with a precious garage and private parking space. This is a rare opportunity to own a home within a secret town centre location unknown to many. Constructed in the late 1980’s in a conservation area, this property now looks a little tired and would benefit from a refurbishment programme. Steps down into the front garden lead to the front entrance. The hall houses the cloakroom, staircase (stair lift currently in place) and gives access to both the sitting room and the kitchen. The sitting room enjoys dual aspect windows, a fireplace with gas fire, French doors out onto a small patio and opens directly into the dining room. This room also enjoys a dual aspect with access into the fitted kitchen. A cream coloured aga is the central focal point with surrounding base and wall units. A delightful view across the common gardens to the back of Coxwell Court can be enjoyed from the kitchen sink. Upstairs on the landing access up into the partially board loft can be located. The main bedroom has a wall of fitted wardrobes with shelving in addition to an ensuite bathroom. Two further bedroom, both with fitted wardrobes are also located on this floor along with a shower room.
Benefitting from a small privately owned area of garden which wraps around the property affording space for a table and chairs and delightful roses beds. ‘Coxwell Court’ open plan common garden are beautifully maintained and are mainly laid to lawn with flowers beds. Single leasehold garage within block of three with further allocated parking space. AGENTS NOTE: Leasehold 999 years from 1/7/1984. Ground rent £10 per annum and Insurance contribution £10 per annum. Coxwell Court is governed by Management company: £333 per annum (2022) covers insurance, gardening and maintenance.
• Three Bedrooms
• Sitting Room
• Dining Room
• Kitchen with Aga
• Ensuite Bathroom
• Shower room
• Small garden
• Garage and parking
• Communal gardens
Often referred to as the ‘capital of the Cotswolds’, Cirencester is a buzzing hive of activity with a rich historical past. Today a diverse business community is thriving on a local, national and international scale. Cirencester oozes character and charm with hidden courtyards and winding streets leading to the town’s marketplace where weekly markets and a farmers’ market are held. The elegant parish church of St John the Baptist dominates the centre and is one of the largest medieval churches in Gloucestershire. With a growing number of independent shops, great restaurants, traditional pubs and quirky cafes, Cirencester is a bustling town with much to offer. Kemble Station offer direct train links to Paddington London.
Postcode: GL7 2BZ
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Whitaker Seager.
Fixtures and Fittings: Only those items mentioned are included. All other items are specifically excluded, although some may be available by separate negotiation if required.
Local Authorities: Cotswold District. Council Tax Band D and EPC rating D
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