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A superbly extended five bedroom Victorian semi-detached house that is located in one of Cirencester's most sought after roads and just 500 metres from the market place. In 2013 this lovely house was extended at the rear to provide a truly outstanding kitchen dining family room which acts as the main 'hub' of the property. It features a full complement of contemporary bespoke German units by Bulthaup, a central island unit with Silestone worktops and a vast array of integrated appliances including a 'Quooker' hot water tap. There is a dining area as well as a seating area with a contemporary wood burner acting as delightful focal point, a vaulted ceiling, and aluminium bi-folding doors open the full width of the house leading out to the beautifully landscaped westerly facing garden. To the rear part of the extension is a utility with fitted units and wet room with a Grohe fitted shower and underfloor heating off the boiler is fitted throughout the extension. To the front of the house is a sitting room with bay window and fireplace, and to the centre is a family/snug which also has a fireplace. In addition to this is a spacious entrance hall which offers a lovely view all the way through the house, extension and then the landscaped garden. Access to the cellar is from the hallway which offers two spacious rooms with good ceiling height. The first floor provides a delightful master bedroom occupying the full width of the house, a good sized double bedroom, and to the rear, bedroom 5 and a spacious family bathroom with roll top bath and a separate shower enclosure with a Grohe system fitted. The second floor offers two further spacious bedrooms. Stripped wood flooring is a feature throughout the house bar the extension which offers tiled flooring.
St. Peters Road is a much sought after location just 500 metres from the market place in Cirencester which itself is a lovely old market town dominated by the beautiful Parish Church and surrounded by some of the loveliest countryside in the Cotswolds, often referred to as the capital of 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 (Paddington 1 hour 20 minutes) and Swindon, about 16 miles (Paddington 58 minutes).
To the front is an area of garden mainly laid to stone chippings lined by boxed hedging. There is a side gate that allows access to the rear garden which has been fully landscaped and provides a good sized area of lawn. There are well stocked borders featuring a selection of Peonies, Roses and Hydrangeas. To the rear of the garden is a paved seating area and timber shed. The perimeter is enclosed by timber fencing and a delightful Hornbeam hedge to the rear boundary.
Kitchen Dining Family Room
Family / Snug
Wet / Shower Room
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