Located down a quiet street of terraced houses lies Aelia Cottage, a warm and welcoming cottage near to the centre of Cirencester - the ancient capital of the Cotswolds.
Inside the cottage is an immaculate home, clean, smart and welcoming with plenty of space for six people and a feel that makes you feel relaxed immediately.
The owners have undertaken some super improvements, including an excellent kitchen / diner leading from the Living Room which together give the house a real heart.
Upstairs across two floors are three good sized bedrooms with a variety of sleeping configurations making it perfect for different types of parties.
There's a gas log burning effect stove, a flat screen TV, Blue Ray and basic Sky set up so you'll be relaxed in no time - feet up and cosy.
From your door you can stroll to the heart of Cirencester in under 10 mins and be in one of the Cotswolds' fastest up and coming locations.
Its change in the last few years is incredible!
Whether you want to tour the Cotswolds or simply 'do nothing' this sweet location and cottage is a great option - ideal for all the family.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x first floor super kingsize double, 1 x second floor twin, 1 x second floor double. First floor family bathroom with bath, separate walk-in shower, WC and washbasin. Kitchen/dining area. Sitting room.
About the location
Bibury 6 miles; Stroud 12 miles; Cheltenham 15 miles; Gloucester 17 miles
A charm-filled market town on the eastern fringes of the Cotswolds AONB. Cirencester boasts architecture both dramatic and quaint, with its stunning church and rows of quirky cottages. Discover a number of fine shops and eateries connected by a network of attractive streets. Also discover the Corinium Museum, displaying a collection of Roman remains found locally. A choice of immaculate parks offer a memorable summertime stroll. Venture into the Costwolds AONB to discover much activity, answering to everybody's needs. The chocolate-box village of Bibury, with its renowned rows of stone cottages, is just 7 miles away. Stroud is another character-packed market town within reach, ideal for a stroll at your leisure. The city of Gloucester is dominated by striking buildings while nearby Cheltenham is best known for its horse racing festival. The Cotswolds itself offers a wealth of opportunity for avid walkers and cyclists. The Cotswold Way winds itself through rolling countryside and past a host of timeless villages. Bourton-on-the-Water, Stow-on-the-Wold and Moreton-in-Marsh are among the most notable.