Bowly Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7
4 bedroom house in Cirencester
£277 per week
- Semi Detatched | 4 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | In and Out Drive | Unfurnished | Garden and Conservatory
£277 per week
Video Tour Available! A large semi-detatched 4 bedroom house in Chesterton, Cirencester. The property provides ample accomodation for a family, with a good sized garden to the rear and an in and out drive.
Newly redecorated and well presented four bedroom semi detached property, located in Chesterton on the edge of Cirencester town centre. The property is set back from the road with an in and out gravel driveway and parking for multiple vehicles. The ground floor of the property comprises of an entrance hallway, formal sitting room/ home office, separate dining room leading on to the conservatory, a fully fitted kitchen with rangemaster cooker, separate utility room and finally the main living room. The first floor comprises of a master bedroom with two further double bedrooms and one single bedroom and two large family bathrooms. Externally the property has a beautiful fully enclosed large rear garden. Viewing is Highly Recommended
Council Tax Band C
Tenancy Costs - A holding deposit equivalent of one weeks rent is required to secure the property whilst credit and reference checks are being made; which then goes towards the first months rent.
Deposit payable will be equivalent to five weeks rent.
Please note furniture/appliances shown may be subject to change prior to the commencement of the tenancy.
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Cirencester lies on the lower dip slopes of the Cotswold Hills, an outcrop of oolitic limestone. Natural drainage is into the River Churn, which flows roughly north to south through the eastern side of the town and joins the Thames near Cricklade a little to the south. The Thames itself rises just a few miles west of Cirencester.
The town is split into five main areas: the town centre, the suburbs of Chesterton, Stratton (originally villages outside the town), Watermoor and The Beeches. The village of Siddington to the south of the town is now almost contiguous with Watermoor. Other suburbs include Bowling Green and New Mills.The area and population of these 5 electoral wards are identical to that quoted above. The town serves as a centre for surrounding villages, providing employment, amenities, shops, commerce and education, and as a commuter town for larger centres such as Cheltenham, Swindon and Stroud.