This elegant Cotswold stone period property is one of the original houses built in Berkeley Road during the early 1920’s, conveniently positioned within 1.2 miles walking distance of the Market Place. The core beliefs of the ‘arts and crafts’ movement were the beauty of the material, the importance of nature as inspiration and the value of simplicity and all of these elements can be enjoyed as you wander around the property, in particular the impressive staircase with wooden bannisters, the doors, the stone fireplaces and picture rails. Another advantage is that so many rooms have a dual aspect making each room light. The current owners have not altered the integrity of their family home simply enhanced it by upgrading the facilities and décor in addition to landscaping the grounds and building an impressive 34ft Cotswold stone garage with 18ft car port. The accommodation, as shown in the floorplan, is well proportioned and offers flexibility. From the reception hall, access to all three of the principal reception rooms can be located, the grandest being the drawing room with its attractive bay window and windows to the rear overlooking the garden. Like most houses of this quality, the kitchen/breakfast room is the heart of the home with its gas fired ‘aga deluxe’, attractive range of wall and base units and quarry tiled floor in addition to French doors opening out onto the patio. A charming feature is the original bell system which is in working order. The home office is beyond the utility room.
Off the attractive landing enjoying a large window to the rear aspect, all of the upstairs rooms are accessed with the principal bedroom and bathroom at one end with the other four bedrooms and shower room at the other.
To the front there is a traditional Cotswold stone wall with wooden gates leading onto a gravelled drive with plentiful parking. Access to the Cotswold stone tandem garage is through the car port via an electric door. Both sides of the property lead to the enclosed rear garden with an attractive and secluded paved terrace with box hedging dividing this great outdoor entertaining area with the majority of the lawn. A variety of mature trees and shrubs can be enjoyed along with a couple of vegetables beds.
- Gated Drive
- Plentiful Parking
- Detached Garage 34’2” x 12’9” plus Car Port 16’ x 12’5”
- Landscaped Grounds
- Total Plot Measures
- Just Under 0.4 Acres
• Inner Porch
• Reception Hall
• Drawing Room
• Dining Room
• Sitting Room
• Kitchen/Breakfast Room
• Home Office
• Five Bedrooms
• Shower Room
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 market place 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. Conveniently positioned within 1.2 miles walking distance of the market place.
Postcode: GL7 1TY.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Whitaker Seager.
Fixtures and Fittings: Some mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. All others are specifically excluded but may be made available by separate negotiation.
Local Authorities: Cotswold District Council. Council Tax Band G and EPC rating E.
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