- Tenure: Freehold
- Beautiful and impressive Mews end of terrace house
- Three bedrooms
- Sitting room with stone fireplace
- Kitchen/dining room
- Impressive Georgian style terrace
- Entrance driveway gates
- Karndean Oak style flooring
- Two parking spaces
- Perfect lock up and leave or downsize
Powell's Church of England Primary School (0.1mi.)
Paternoster School (0.6mi.)
Cirencester Primary School (0.7mi.)
Battel Mews is a beautiful small development of just three properties tucked away in a very quiet and private town centre location.
The properties are very pleasantly situated, within easy reach of the town centre with its many facilities, but also within a very short distance of Cirencester Park and the Abbey Grounds.
Built to a high standard and specification, in an attractive period style, these properties have unusual and attractive features, seldom found in modern property. The front facade is a lovely Georgian terrace with an attractive parapet roof.
The accommodation for each property provides a wide hard wood front door into an entrance area and cloakroom.
There is an attractive and spacious sitting room with a carved stone fireplace.
The kitchen/dining rooms is well-fitted and there is a cloakroom
Upstairs is two bedrooms, the main bedroom has built-in wardrobes and there are two bathrooms. A small third room provides a third bedroom or office.
Each property has two parking spaces. The properties are approached over high driveway gates, into a courtyard style parking area.
There is a gas central heating system and sealed unit double-glazed sash windows.
The market town of Cirencester dates back to Roman times and is often referred to as the 'Capital of the Cotswolds'. It is ideally located with the M4, M5 and M40/A40, the mainline train station at Kemble and excellent bus and coach links all within easy reach.
Cirencester benefits from high street stores and independent specialist retailers, a weekly market and a twice monthly farmers' market. Just outside the town there is a weekly cattle market. There are also a number of delightful bistros, cafes, wine bars and public houses to suit all tastes.
There are excellent primary and secondary state schools, a sixth form college campus and the Royal Agricultural University. There are also good independent schools in the surrounding areas.
Cirencester also boasts a cottage hospital, a leisure centre including a swimming pool and gym. There is a lovely outdoor swimming pool, open from May to September. Other sports are fully catered for including golf, tennis, riding, football, rugby and cricket. The town also benefits from being on the edge of the ever popular Cotswold Water Park with all the activities that has to offer.
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