With five bedrooms and set within grounds of 0.39 acres, see how much this Cirencester property will set you back.

You’ll find this Cotswold stone period property for sale on Zoopla and if you’re thinking of putting an offer in, your bank account will know about it.

This property is one of the original houses that were built in the early 1920’s on Berkeley Road at the end of the Arts and Crafts movement.

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard: Rear gardenRear garden (Image: Zoopla)

Zoopla explains how the features reflect the movement: “The core beliefs of the ‘arts and crafts’ movement were the beauty of the material, the importance of nature as inspiration and the value of simplicity and all of these elements can be enjoyed as you wander around the property, in particular the impressive staircase with wooden bannisters, the doors, the stone fireplaces and picture rails.”

The property boasts a 34ft Cotswold stone garage with an 18ft car port.

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard: Rear of property with car port and garageRear of property with car port and garage (Image: Zoopla)

The integrity of the property has not been changed but some facilities and décor have been upgraded by the current owners.

On the ground floor, you’ll find the drawing room as well as the dining room, sitting room and kitchen with an aga.

There’s also a WC on this floor plus a utility, office and study.

You’ll find all five of the bedrooms plus a bathroom and a shower room, both with a WC, on the first floor.

You can find out more about the property via the Zoopla website.


Location: Berkeley Road, Cirencester, GL7

Guide price: £1,450,000

Agent: Whitaker Seager

Contact: 01456 281727