Barnway, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7

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Bedrooms: 3
Nestling just over a mile's walk from Cirencester's town centre and having a wonderful semi-rural feel and close to Cirencester Park is this three bedroom period semi-detached home, sitting on a generous plot.

Nestling on the outskirts of the town centre of Cirencester, enjoying a lovely rural feel and with easy access to Cirencester Park, is this charming 1940s three-bedroom semi-detached home. This attractive family property sits in the most generously sized plot with the rear garden backing onto farmland.

The accommodation which is arranged over two floors briefly comprises of an entrance hall where there are stairs to the first floor. The dining room has a bay window to the front and a fitted gas fire. The sitting room has an attractive stone fireplace with a plinth to the side, a fitted gas fire, and double doors leading into the kitchen/breakfast room. Here there are a range of units with working surfaces over, matching wall cupboards, ample room for a table, a door to the side that leads to the garden, a walk-in pantry, and access to the downstairs bathroom which enjoys a white suite with a bath, personal wash hand basin set in a vanity unit, and wc.

At first floor level, the landing leads to the three bedrooms and a shower room which has a white suite.

Outside, the gardens are a particularly fine feature of this marvellous property. There is ample paved driveway parking and access to the side of the property which leads to the rear garden which is most generous in its proportion. It is predominantly laid to lawn with patio areas offering a place to sit, relax, or entertain, together with a good-sized garden shed and a generous summer house, offering a wonderful retreat.

The property is situated in the highly desirable area of Stratton, on the northern side of Cirencester.

Stratton has a village like atmosphere, and a real sense of community, yet is around a mile's walk of Cirencester's Market Place (town centre). It offers a Primary School, pubs, a hotel, and a shop with post office along with access to the Bathurst Estate with its acres of fields ideal for dog walkers or just a stroll.

Cirencester itself is a lovely old market town dominated by the beautiful Parish Church and surrounded by some of the loveliest countryside in the Cotswolds often referred to as the "Capital of the Cotswolds". It has a comprehensive range of shops, as well as excellent schooling, health care and professional services.

Communications are good with access to the M4 motorway via Swindon or the M5 via Stroud and Cheltenham/Gloucester. There are main line rail services from Kemble about 5 miles away.

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