Guide price £215,000
2 bedroom, ground floor retirement flat
- Ground Floor
- Off Road Parking
- View EPC Rating
This property is a two-bedroom ground floor apartment that has a most pleasant and enviable outlook across the River Churn and landscaped green. It is in a popular and secure retirement development close to Cirencester's town centre and the Abbey Grounds.
The property is approached via the private landscaped grounds off Trafalgar Road. Entry to the property is gained via a secure entry door to a small communal lobby. On entering the apartment there is a welcoming entrance hall with a handy storage cupboard for coats and an airing cupboard housing the hot water tank and additional shelving.
Double doors lead into the sitting room with a feature electric fireplace and patio doors affording a pleasant view of the river and magnificent willow tree. The patio doors open on to the patio area and small garden and offers a wonderful outdoor private space to enjoy. An archway leads to the dining area and on to the kitchen which has a good range of wall and base cabinets in a country cottage style under agranite effect worktop. Again, there is a window overlooking the river to enjoy the view whilst washing up. The kitchen also provides a electric hob, extractor, stainless steel sink with 1 1/2 bowls, double oven, space for a tall fridge/ freezer and plumbing for a washing machine.
There is one double bedroom with built in units and wardrobes offering an abundance of storage. There is a further single bedroom and to complete the accommodation there is a shower-room with a white suite and wash hand basin set within a vanity unit.
The apartment is warmed by electric storage heaters and double glazed throughout.
Residents car park offers unallocated off-road parking.
The charming market town of Cirencester boasts extensive shopping facilities, restaurants and cafes. There is a beautiful Parish Church and numerous community and 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 85 minutes (approx.).