The property is arranged over three floors and entered through a timber door under a storm porch into an entrance hallway, from which there is access to the lounge, kitchen/dining room, cloakroom and to the first and second floor accommodation. The well-proportioned lounge looks out to the front of the property and features a stone fire surround. The kitchen/dining room runs the full width of the property and has a great range of modern wall and base cabinets under a wooden counter top with integral oven, hob, dishwasher plus space for a fridge/freezer and washing machine. There is also a useful storage cupboard off the kitchen for additional storage. French doors on the rear elevation provides access to the garden from the dining area. Limestone floor tiles provide an attractive and practical flooring to the hallway and continues on through to the kitchen/dining room. To complete the ground floor accommodation there is a cloakroom with white suite and the limestone tiles flooring. The ground floor accommodation arrangement ensures there is an excellent flow and a great space for entertaining.
At first floor level there are two double bedrooms served by a family bathroom with the bonus of a separate bath and shower cubicle. The master bedroom is located on the second floor and features an en suite shower room.
To the front of the property is a landscape strip and a car parking space. The rear garden is fully enclosed by high timber fencing and mainly laid to lawn. A patio area by the French doors provides an ideal area from which to enjoy this private and southerly aspect garden.
From the Humberts office on Castle St take a left onto the one way system along Sheep St, them bear left and taking the second exit at the mini roundabout continuing along Sheep St. Follow this road until it becomes Somerford Rd and at the junction turn left onto Chesterton Lane followed by a 2nd right into The Woodbine.
The charming market town of Cirencester boasts extensive shopping facilities, restaurants and cafes. There are several highly regarded primary and secondary schools in the town, a beautiful Parish Church and numerous leisure facilities. Cirencester is ideally located for access to the M4 (18 miles) and M5 (15 miles) and for mainline rail services, Kemble provides direct access to London Paddington in 55 minutes (approx.).