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A handsome 4/5 bedroom Victorian town house situated in a delightful tree lined road within walking distance (0.5 miles) of the market place. The property enjoys well-proportioned accommodation in excess of 2,100 square feet, arranged over four floors, and displays a host of period features throughout. This comprises on the ground floor, a full length entrance hall with cloakroom, sitting room and family room, with French windows opening into a conservatory overlooking the rear garden. To the lower ground floor is a spacious family/dining room with generous storage facilities. The fitted kitchen breakfast room has a good range of matching wall and base units, with granite work tops and a Belfast sink. Adjacent to the kitchen is a useful utility area, with double doors opening to a rear boot room. This can also double as further utility space, and gives access to the rear garden. The first floor features a superb full width master bedroom, has built in storage, and is flooded with natural light. There is a further good-sized bedroom, and a family bathroom with separate shower enclosure on this level. Located on the second floor are two further bedrooms, a box room and shower room.
The Avenue is centrally located in Cirencester which is a lovely old market town dominated by the beautiful Parish Church and surrounded by some of the loveliest countryside in the Cotswolds. It has a comprehensive range of shops, as well as excellent schooling, health care and professional services. St Michael’s and Cirencester Park offer wonderful green spaces and there are abundant Sporting opportunities within the area with the Cotswold Leisure Centre in the heart of town. There are main line rail services from Kemble about 4 miles (Paddington 1 hour and 20 minutes) and Swindon, about 16 miles (Paddington 58 minutes).
To the front of the property is an enclosed garden with railings and stone steps leading to an elegant front door. The rear garden is a delightful enclosed space, mainly paved with well stocked borders, a central raised circular pond and a timber summer house.
Directions: From the market place head towards Dyer Street and turn right by the Bear public house. Continue for approximately 250 yards and the junction with Lewis Lane proceed straight over on to Tower Street. At the end of Tower Street turn left on to The Avenue and continue for approximately 100 yards and the property will be found on the left hand side just before Carpenters Lane.
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