Guide price £525,000
A charming home within walking distance of Cirencester town centre. No. 33 Albion Street was once part of a 17th Century Manor House. Divided into three separate dwellings in the 1950s, the property now provides delightfully light accommodation. Retaining some lovely character period features, such as beams, fireplaces and cupboards, the house is very comfortable and offers a fantastic opportunity. Downstairs one enters into a spacious entrance hall with original flag stone flooring, large enough to be used as a study area. The kitchen has a range of units and provides access to a utility room and downstairs WC. There is also a door into the courtyard. Both the dining room and reception room have lovely fireplaces. The dining room overlooks the charming front garden, the reception room has doors to the courtyard at the rear. Upstairs, on the first floor are three double bedrooms and the bathroom. All are good sized and light. The top floor (second) is versatile and could be used as either a bedroom and dressing room or two bedrooms - dependent on requirement. The property benefits from a truly delightful South facing garden which is laid to lawn with borders featuring a wonderful array of plants and shrubs. There is a well-established apple tree which provides necessary shade in the summer months! There is private off street parking for two cars. Albion Street is highly regarded and sought-after due to its proximity to Cirencester town centre. It does however provide a peaceful enclave of interesting and varied properties. There is a Post Office/shop within two minutes' walk and the thriving market town of Cirencester provides a good range of shops, supermarkets, a hospital and other essential services. Road links are excellent with the A417/419 providing easy access to both Cheltenham (M5) and Swindon (M4). Kemble station provides a direct line into London (Paddington).
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