The property is entered via a uPVC half glazed door into the lounge, which features laminate wood effect flooring and feature fire place. Timber tongue and groove half panelling adorns one wall. A door from here leads into the kitchen with a range of wall and base cabinets in a country cottage style and wood effect laminate counter tops. There is a four ring electric hob, single oven and stainless steel sink and drainer. Off the kitchen is a very useful larder cupboard where there is space and plumbing for the washing machine and dryer. A door off the kitchen leads to steps down to the cellar beneath the lounge. A half glazed uPVC rear door provides access to the rear garden.
Stairs from the kitchen lead to the first floor accommodation. The stairs and landing are well lit by two windows, one of which affords a lovely view of the rear garden. The bedroom is found at the front of the property and is of a good size. Completing the first floor accommodation is a spacious bathroom, comprising a white suite of a bath with shower over, pedestal sink and low level wc. The walls are half tiled and there is a heated towel rail. The airing cupboard containing the boiler is located off the bathroom.
The property is warmed throughout by gas central heating and double glazed. Planning permission was granted in 2005 for a two storey extension to the rear, which has now expired.
The front garden is gravelled and enclosed by metal railings and a gate. To the side of the house is a pedestrian access to the rear garden via a timber gate. At the rear there is a decking area immediately behind the house and beyond this a very long lawn, approximately over 110ft, bound by Cotswold stone walls to the right hand side and a close boarded timber fence and hedging to the left hand side. Along the rear boundary are mature shrubs and trees. The long and private garden is a real bonus in this town centre location and backs onto St. Michael's Park.
The property is conveniently located within walking distance of Cirencester town centre and its excellent choice of shops, restaurants and cafes. The town has several well regarded primary and secondary schools, in addition to the renowned Royal Agricultural University.
Cirencester is well placed for access to the M4 (18) miles and M5 (15miles). For mainline rail services, Kemble provides direct access to London Paddington in approximately 55 minutes.