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An attractive Grade II Listed two-storey period town house situated in a quiet residential street, close to the centre of town, Cirencester Park and the Abbey Grounds. Built of mellow Cotswold stone under natural stone tiles to the front elevation with attractive hipped roof dormers the property has been sympathetically extended to the ground floor. Of special note is the drawing room, which is a particularly attractive room, running the full length of the cottage, lit by four south-facing casement windows. The kitchen is an equally impressive room with modern fitted base and wall cupboards, integrated appliances, a central work station and a fantastic roof light, and glazed doors on to the garden, which bring a flood of light into this room. Adjoining the kitchen is a utility room and cloakroom. The first floor is accessed via two spiral staircases, one from the kitchen and another from the drawing room. Both landings provide access to two bedrooms, each served by a bathroom and a shower room respectively.
Coxwell Street is one of the oldest, quietest and most attractive streets in Cirencester, lined by period properties, a few hundred yards from the Market Place. It forms a part of the town’s Conservation area and is widely regarded to be one of the most sought-after residential areas in Cirencester. The traditional stone footpaths have been restored and since the introduction of restricted vehicular access and a Residential Parking Scheme, it has become a very quiet street indeed. Cirencester Park is just a short walk away from one end of the street and the Abbey Grounds, another large open space, is close by to the other. Cirencester itself is a thriving Market Town surrounded by some of the loveliest countryside in the Cotswolds. It has a comprehensive range of shops, as well as excellent schooling, health care and professional services. Communications are good with access to the M4 motorway via Swindon or the M5 via Stroud and Cheltenham/Gloucester. There are main line rail services from Kemble about 4 miles (Paddingto9n 1 hour and 20 minutes) and Swindon, about 16 miles (Paddington 58 minutes).
The garden is very pleasant and can be reached either through the shared passageway from Coxwell Street or through the kitchen breakfast room. Immediately behind the house there is a paved terrace enclosed by low Cotswold stone retaining walls from which steps lead up to a wide path flanked by deep flower and herbaceous borders to a further paved area. The garden is enclosed by Cotswold stone walls and timber fencing.
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Grade II Listed
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