Beds: 3
Baths: 1


Situated on a good-sized corner plot, 94 Deansfield is a fantastic family home. To the front is a driveway with parking for 2 cars, flanked by lawned areas which could provide room to expand the parking area.

Enter the house via the enclosed porch which provides the perfect spot to hang your coats and store your shoes before you come into the living room. Here there are stairs to the first floor and a large bay window to the front flooding the room with natural light. There is ample space for a three-piece suite and TV unit. Heading through to the dining room which offers plenty of space for a table that could seat 8. The large windows and french doors provide you access and allow you to enjoy your garden.

As you head through to the galley kitchen you will find it fitted with a range of units and worktops, a large window to the garden, a free-standing electric cooker, sink with drainer, plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher, space for a fridge freezer. From here there is access to the large garage which has power and lighting and houses the tumble dryer.

Heading upstairs are three bedrooms and a bathroom. Bedroom one looks out to the front of the house, will fit a kingsize bed and freestanding furniture if desired. Bedroom two is a double room with a garden view whilst bedroom three is a single looking out to the front. The bathroom is a good size with a window to the rear with W.C, basin, and bath.

Outside, the rear garden is a generous size and wraps around one side giving you plenty of room. The garden is enclosed on all sides by hedges and walls has a lawn area with various trees and shrubs interspersed with mature trees. The generous patio area provides the perfect spot for summer BBQs and al fresco dining
Cricklade is a charming historic Saxon town with roots tracing back to the 9th Century and the first town located on the River Thames. Located on the outskirts of the Cotswold Water Park, it is ideally situated for anyone looking for the convenience of access to both Cirencester and Swindon, or indeed Cheltenham and Bristol beyond. There is a fantastic community here and has a good selection of everyday shops, pubs, cafes, medical facilities, two schools and a leisure centre.

This home includes:

  • 01 – Living Room
    14.6m x 14.6m (213.1 sqm) – 47′ 10″ x 47′ 10″ (2294 sqft)
  • 02 – Dining Room
    10.1m x 14.6m (147.4 sqm) – 33′ 1″ x 47′ 10″ (1587 sqft)
  • 03 – Kitchen
    14.1m x 8.19m (115.6 sqm) – 46′ 3″ x 26′ 10″ (1244 sqft)
  • 04 – Bedroom 1
    15.4m x 8.6m (132.4 sqm) – 50′ 6″ x 28′ 2″ (1425 sqft)
  • 05 – Bedroom 2
    10.1m x 8.6m (86.8 sqm) – 33′ 1″ x 28′ 2″ (934 sqft)
  • 06 – Bedroom 3
    9m x 6m (54 sqm) – 29′ 6″ x 19′ 8″ (581 sqft)
  • 07 – Bathroom
  • 08 – Garage
    19.8m x 8.8m (174.2 sqm) – 64′ 11″ x 28′ 10″ (1875 sqft)

Please note, all dimensions are approximate / maximums and should not be relied upon for the purposes of floor coverings.

Additional Information:

  • Council Tax:
    Band C


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  • Price:
    £ 310,000
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