Let Agreed - Jefferies Close, Fairford
- Two bed terrace
- Sitting room
- Kitchen/dining room
- Driveway parking
A modern two bed terrace with living room, kitchen/dining room, two bedrooms, gardens, allocated parking, double glazing and gas central heating. New carpets November 2017. No pets. No smokers.
CANOPIED ENTRANCE Entrance door with stained glass panels.
SITTING ROOM 13′ 4" x 13′ 0" (4.06m x 3.96m) Staircase to first floor. Radiator. Telephone point. Television point.
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM 12′ 11" x 8′ 7" (3.94m x 2.62m) Half obscure glazed door to garden. Window to rear. Single drainer stainless steel sink unit inset into a rolled edge worksurface with cupboards below. Further fitted wall and base units. Tiled splashbacks. Radiator. Space and plumbing for automatic washing machine. Wall mounted Ideal boiler for domestic hot water and central heating.
LANDING Doors to rooms.
BEDROOM ONE 12′ 11" x 10′ 1" (3.94m x 3.07m) Window to front. Radiator.
BEDROOM TWO 8′ 10" x 8′ 8" (2.69m x 2.64m) Window to rear. Radiator. Built in airing cupboard.
BATHROOM Obscure glazed window to rear. Suite comprising of a panelled bath. Low level WC. Pedestal wash basin. Tiled splashbacks.
OUTSIDE The rear garden is enclosed by timber fencing. Laid to patio. Rear pedestrian access to the parking area.
The forecourt is block paved and provides parking for one car. There is an additional space in the row to the side of number 28.
FAIRFORD Fairford is a small market town in Gloucestershire.
The town lies in the Cotswolds on the River Coln, about 6 miles (9.7 km) east of Cirencester, 4 miles (6.4 km) west of Lechlade and 9 miles (14 km) north of Swindon.
Nearby are RAF Fairford and the Cotswold Water Park.
The town’s secondary school is Farmor’s School, an 11-18 co-educational Academy. The school is judged to be of outstanding standard, having achieved grade 1 in its Ofsted inspection in 2010.
The Church of England parish church of Saint Mary is renowned for its complete set of medieval stained glass, stone carvings and misericords. Built in the early 1490s, the church is an example of late Perpendicular Gothic architecture that is characterised by slim stone window mullions and light but strong buttresses. Grade 1 listed by English Heritage, St. Mary’s is of national historical and architectural importance because it houses the most complete set of mediaeval stained glass windows in the country.