Lewis Lane, Cirencester
This super cute cottage is located within close proximity to Cirencester town centre and just a five-minute walk to all of its amenities. In need of some updating but this has the potential to be a charming home.
The property briefly comprises of: -
Entrance into the reception room which has wooden laminate flooring and stairs to the first floor, neutrally decorated. There is a blocked off chimney which could be re-instated to provide either a real fire or potentially a log burner. Window to the front aspect, this is a light and bright room.
The kitchen is a good size with a range of wall and base units in cream, wood effect laminate work surfaces, wall mounted boiler, stainless steel sink and plenty of space for appliances.
The door off the kitchen leads to the cellar, a fabulous space and could have the potential to provide another room, the possibilities with this room are endless!
Upstairs there are two good size double bedrooms both fitted with neutral carpets and decorated in neutral tones. The second bedroom also benefits from a built-in wardrobe space providing lots of storage.
The last room on this floor is the shower room which is fitted with a white shower cubicle, white WC and basin and pedestal, with a chrome heated towel rail and wooden laminate flooring.
Externally there is a good size front garden which is totally enclosed. Past the cottage there is a communal grassed area which leads down to the four designated garden areas which belong to the cottages. The current owner of this cottage uses their plot to grow produce, it is a great size and could be used as a seating area.
There is also a garage that comes with the property providing valuable parking.
The property has gorgeous original stripped wooden doors throughout and is warmed by gas central heating.
This would make someone a picture-perfect home; it just requires a bit of TLC to bring it back to life.
Cirencester in Gloucestershire - known as the Capital of the Cotswolds. A beautiful market town with regular markets held on a Monday and a Friday that really do bring the town to life. Most Saturdays there are various markets including the local Farmers Market which is held on the 2nd and 4 Saturday of the month where you can find a fabulous selection of locally sourced produce.
Independent shops are abundant and in particular a visit to Black Jack Street is a must, an incredibly pretty street located at the back of the historic church which boasts various little shops including a chocolate shop, sweet shop, bakery, cafes, waffle shop and clothes shops. At one end of this lovely little street, you can find the Corinium Museum which has a wealth of information pertaining to the towns history.
Cirencester is also proud to be the home of the Barn Theatre. A wonderful bespoke Theatre which has various productions on throughout the year.
Cirencester has excellent schools and nurseries, sixth form college and is also home to the Royal Agricultural University.
For the active there are numerous sports facilities available within the town, Cirencester Leisure Centre and various gyms. Cirencester Park is open to the public for glorious walks and is also home to Cirencester Tennis and Cricket clubs. If you love golf Cirencester has a long-established golf course just a few minutes' drive away. Just outside Cirencester you can find the Water Park at South Cerney, providing excellent water sports from jet skiing, canoeing, paddle boarding the list is endless. There are also many fabulous walks around the lakes with various cafes providing a much-needed pit stop.
Located between Swindon and Gloucester Cirencester has great links to the M4 and M5.
Kemble train station is just an 11-minute drive from Cirencester and is located on the Cheltenham-Swindon-London line providing great links to the Midlands, the North, the Southwest and London.
Council Tax Band: B (Cotswold District Council)