£695,000

5 Bedroom End of Terrace House for Sale

Cecily Hill, Cirencester

£695,000

Key Features

  • Period End of Terrace
  • Extremely Desirable Cecily Hill Location
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Spacious Accommodation
  • Historic Building
  • Four to Five Bedrooms
  • Full of Period Charm
  • Lovely Garden
  • Scope for Improvements
  • Permit Parking

Full Description

Very pleasantly situated in a beautiful part of Cirencester's town centre, Cecily Hill leads up to Cirencester Park, named after a church dedicated to St Cecilia, which formerly stood in the vicinity.



Originally the main street leading from Cirencester to Stroud, and now a no-through road into Lord Bathurst's Cirencester Park, with the longest avenue of trees in England.



To the entrance of Cecily Hill, the Tontine buildings are a row of Georgian properties with a central carriage arch and locally extremely well known for the wonderful flowers, making a particularly picturesque entrance to Cecily Hill.



28-30 Cecily Hill, being formerly two properties, provides accommodation over three floors and is approached into an entrance hall, the sitting room overlooks the rear garden and has French doors and an open fireplace with hearth. There is a separate dining room with ceiling beam and a study has a stone chimney breast and range, to the rear of the property is a 14ft by 12ft kitchen/breakfast room, again overlooking the garden and has space for a breakfast table.



At first floor level the master bedroom has a pair of front windows, has built-in wardrobes and there is an en-suite shower room. There is a further double bedroom and a large bathroom.



A spiral staircase leads to a roof conversion providing three further bedrooms and shower room.



The gardens are very private and part-walled, and there is a useful side gate.



The property is situated within a conservation area and is Grade II Listed, it enjoys a gas central heating system to radiators.

 

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