55 Gloucester Street is a spectacular three/four-bedroom town house located near the town centre of Faringdon. This stylish property is in fantastic condition throughout.
The property comprises a large entrance hall with stairs rising to the first-floor landing and doors to all ground floor rooms. Leading off the entrance hall, there is nice-sized sitting room with a feature fireplace and a sash window to front. There is also a separate dining room with a sash window to rear, feature fireplace and under-stairs pantry. The dining room leads through to a stunning modern kitchen which is fitted with a range of units and integrated appliances, SileStone quartz worktops, a Belfast-style sink unit, a window to side, underfloor heating and a glazed style stable door which leads on to the garden.
On the first floor, leading off the spacious landing, there are three great-sized bedrooms and a modern family bathroom comprising a bath, vanity hand wash basin and low-level WC. The master bedroom further benefits from an en suite shower room. A second staircase leads to another small landing with a Velux window to rear and door to a large attic room/fourth bedroom with a Velux window to rear.
Outside, in the private garden, the property has an attached brick-built utility room with plumbing for appliances, an Astro turf area, gated access to side and further bricked paving area.<br /><br />The historic market town of Faringdon, dating back at least to the 12th century, has a thriving community and amenities such as the Leisure Centre, Library, Faringdon Community College, Junior and Infant schools as well as The Old Station Nursery, doctors' and dentists' surgeries and a Family Centre. Buses travel from the town to private schools at Abingdon. The town now boasts three large supermarkets.
Faringdon is also ideally positioned for the A420, leading to the A34, M40 and M4 and mainline railway services from Swindon, Oxford, Oxford Parkway and Didcot Parkway. There is a frequent bus service through the town from Swindon to Oxford and back, linking to rail services and airports.
The Tower on Folly Hill was built by Lord Berners in 1935 and affords panoramic views across four counties. For over 20 years, the town has been twinned with Le Mêle-sur-Sarthe in France and in 2004, Faringdon became the first Fairtrade town in the South East of England.