Description This spacious, immaculately presented two bedroom apartment is located within walking distance to the boutique shops, cafes and everyday amenities Cirencester has to offer. The apartment can be found on the second floor of this converted Cotswold mill, which is accessed via stairs or a lift through a communal front door.
The private entrance to this apartment leads to an entrance hallway. At the end of this hallway is the living/dining room which is flooded with light and has a rooftop view over Cirencester towards the Church. The shaker-style Miele kitchen is fully fitted with a wealth of built-in Miele appliances including fridge, freezer, dishwasher, multiple ovens, a microwave, washing machine and tumble dryer.
The master bedroom is located off the hallway with built in wardrobes and a modern, recently fitted, en suite with bath and shower. There is a second double bedroom also with fitted wardrobes and another immaculate shower room.
Outside there is mature communal gardens which provide a peaceful area to sit and enjoy. There is one allocated car parking space for the apartment, along with additional visitor parking.
Situation Cirencester is known as the capital of the Cotswolds with its thriving market square overlooked by the large cathedral like St John Baptists Church which is one of the largest Churches in England. The towns heritage dates back to Roman times when it was the second largest town in the country called Corinium and there are still amphitheatre sites in the area to visit. Cirencester has a range of facilities including both high street and specialist shops, supermarkets including Waitrose, a leisure centre and open air swimming pool. There are excellent primary and secondary schooling within the town and a sixth form campus whilst good independent schools are located in the surrounding area. The Royal Agricultural University is situated on the edge of the town. There are ample sporting opportunities including golf, horse riding around Cirencester Park, football, rugby, cricket and the Cotswold lakes are only a 10 minute drive away with a range of water sports available. Cirencester is conveniently located for easy access to the M4 and M5 via the A419 for commuting to Bristol, Bath, Gloucester, Swindon and London. Regular trainline services to London Paddington can be found at Kemble station and Swindon station whilst Cirencester has a good coach service to London Victoria and other destinations.
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