Shepherds Way, Cirencester, Cirencester, Gloucestershire
- An impressive detached 1930's house set in surrounding gardens
- Views to the front across the allotments and Stratton meadows.
- Benefitting from recent upgrades and redecoration
- Providing the potential to extend (subject to planning).
- Two reception rooms
- Three bedrooms
- EPC - D
An impressive detached 1930's house set in surrounding gardens, occupying this favoured location with views to the front across the allotments and stratton meadows. Benefitting from recent upgrades and redecoration the beautifully finished interior has a light feel throughout and enjoys character features. Set well within its plot therefore providing the potential to extend (subject to
Original wooden doors with lead glazed windows open into porch that provides useful storage. A further door leads into the hallway where light wood effect parquet style flooring flows through into the kitchen. There are two generous reception rooms, the first situated at the front of the house and is currently used a as a study / family room. The second is a spacious sitting room, the focal point being the recently installed multi-fuel burning stove, a further character feature is the square bay window that floods this triple aspect room with light. Glazed bi-fold doors open into the adjoining conservatory, creating a large single living environment or a further reception room; currently a formal dining room. The windows have been recently replaced and the vaulted ceiling with velux roof lights adds to the spacious feel. The contemporary designed kitchen/breakfast room has beenrecently refitted with a wide range of gloss white wall and base units complemented by corian worktops. A central island provides further storage and a space for casual dining. Integrated appliances include an induction hob, extractor, stainless steel finish double oven and space for freestanding fridge freezer. Completing the ground floor, an under stairs storage cupboard, utility room with fitted units, sink, wall mounted gas fired boilerand plumbing for washing machine. A step leads down into thecloakroom with w/c and basin.
To the first floor landing a large walk-in cupboard (that if required could create access to the loft space for conversion), there are also two further cupboards providing useful storage. A spacious master bedroom (previously two bedrooms), benefits from a triple aspect and bank of built-in wardrobes. Neighbouring shower room with double shower and integrated storage units combining basin and w/c. Two further double bedrooms. The surrounding gardens are bound by mature planting creating a private aspect, lawns lie to the front and side with paved patios and feature circular pond to the rear. Driveway with parking for two cars and single detached garage.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the
property, with gas fired heating feeding radiators. EPC Band 'D'
Council Tax Band 'F' 2018/9 charges £2,468.70
Cotswold District Council, Cirencester 01285 623000.
Freehold offering vacant possession upon completion.
Cirencester is a bustling market town offering an excellent range of amenities and a popular location for visitors who seek to explore the Cotswolds. The town provides a good selection of education at all levels, modern medical practices, sporting facilities and extensive range of clubs, associations and pastimes. Mainline railway station at Kemble (c5 miles) and Swindon (c18 miles) – London to Paddington (60 minutes).