Gloucester Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire

P10401992

Features

  • Period town house
  • Within the older part of Cirencester
  • Spacious hall with balcony landing
  • Two ground floor reception rooms
  • Kitchen with fitted units and space for dining
  • First floor drawing room
  • Six bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms
  • Pretty walled garden
  • Convenient to facilities

Description

A handsome and prominent town house located
within this historical street convenient to the town's
Market Place.
Gloucester Street is an attractive part of 'old' Cirencester.
Located to the rear of the Parish Church the residential street
reflects mainly period properties within this linear settlement
all within level walking of the town's Market Place and close to
Powell's Primary School, also located on Gloucester Street.
Number 10 Gloucester Street was originally two cottages and
was converted into the present property in the early 18th Century.
It is Listed Grade II for its historical interest and is known as
Charlton House. The handsome fašade reflects a three storey
town house traditionally constructed of Cotswold limestone with
parapet. The accommodation extends to 2,471 square feet (229
sq m) and is presented over three floors.
Approached via a 6-panel oak door the limestone flagged
entrance hall with its inserted black tiles is mentioned in
Pevsner's "The Buildings of England: Gloucestershire" serves
access into a gracious inner hall with prominent stairwell leading
to a balcony landing, doors lead off to two reception rooms
and kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with a range of base and
wall mounted units and comfortably accommodates breakfast
dining. To the rear of the house lies the pleasant sitting room
with wood burning stove and glazed door leading into the
walled garden. A dining room completes the ground floor. To the
first floor and off the balcony landing lies the drawing room. A
magnificent reception with fireplace and two windows to front
aspect. This floor further encompasses two double bedrooms
and full bathroom. Stairs rise to the second floor landing with
three double bedrooms, a box room and shower room with
WC. Access is granted into a roof void from the box room
offering scope for further accommodation (subject to the normal
consents).
The house affronts the street. To the rear lies a pretty walled
garden which is laid to paved terrace, lawns and an abundance of
perennials and specimen trees.
10 Gloucester Street is a stunning town house located within
this historical part of Cirencester. An internal inspection is highly
recommended.

Price: £670,000

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Telephone: 01285 651831

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