Chester Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7
- Late Victorian House
- Ideal for those wanting to renovate
- No Onward Chain
- Long South Facing Garden
- 1483sqft / 137.8sqm
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Dual Aspect Living Room
Chester Street is one of the historic parts of the Cotswold market town of Cirencester and is formed of terraces of Victorian stone built properties exuding charm and character. Number 22 has been in the family for over 60 years and is now searching for its new custodian to create its own lifetime of memories.
The main living spaces are spread across three floors with the addition of a cellar which has been used as storage in the past but offers the potential for conversion to further habitable space. Combined with a fabulous south westerly facing garden backing onto St Michael's park, you could almost be forgiven for forgetting that you are in a town centre location.
To the front, you will find the entrance porch inviting you into the hallway where there are stairs straight ahead and a door on your right bringing you into the double length reception room. In Victorian times this would have been two separate rooms but is now laid out as a superb dual aspect space more akin to modern living. The kitchen is off the back of the property with a door and window leading to the garden.
Up on the first floor, there is an enormous family bathroom with space for a bath, separate shower and WC and basin. Across the front of the house is the master bedroom with lovely big windows and high ceilings. Head up to the second floor and there are two further double bedrooms with amazing views across the surrounding rooftops.
Outside, the rear garden has side access which also serves as a right of way for the neighbour at number 24. The former residents were avid gardeners and it was laid out with wonderful vegetable beds which could be resumed or landscaped to create a glorious space. There is also an outdoor "gardeners loo" to save treading muddy footprints back through the house.
Parking is available first come, first served on the street.
Access to all the shops, bars, restaurants, cafes and the marketplace of Cirencester is virtually on your doorstep. Transport links to Cheltenham, Gloucester and Swindon can be reached via the A419 whilst direct trains to London Paddington run every hour taking approx 80mins.
Cotswold District Council Tax Band E.
1 - Entrance Hall
2 - Living Room
7.49m x 4.19m - 24'7" x 13'9"
3 - Kitchen
3.63m x 2.43m - 11'11" x 7'12"
4 - Bathroom
5 - Bedroom 1
5.21m x 3.76m - 17'1" x 12'4"
6 - Bedroom 2
5.28m x 3.68m - 17'4" x 12'1"
7 - Bedroom 3
3.63m x 3.43m - 11'11" x 11'3"
Please note, all dimensions are approximate / maximums and should not be relied upon for the purposes of floor coverings.
- Council Tax: Band E