Edwards College, Silver Street, South Cerney, Cirencester, GL7


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Edwards College was originally founded at the bequest of Ann Edwards as homes for the widows of the clergy and was built in 1837 by Thomas Fuljames and J P St Albyn. The property is Grade II Listed. No 7 occupies a central position within the college and incorporates part of the central gable with finial, kneelers and Latin inscriptions commemorating the foundation of College in 1838 and the cupola. The farmhouse style kitchen has a 2 oven Aga. The dining room has a large Cotswold stone fireplace. The large sitting room is south facing with original shutters and a working fire. On the first floor there are 2 double bedrooms and a bathroom. On the 2nd floor there is a double bedroom, a single bedroom and a large family bathroom with a free standing roll top bath..

No 7 has a small gravelled parking area and a large Cotswold stone garden store with potential to be used a as an office or studio. There is a shared courtyard at the rear of the property which gives access to the boiler room and the back door. At the front of the property is a large porch and a small seating area in front of the sitting room. There is also a small area of lawn at the front of the property with stunning views over the parkland. In addition there is a large communal garden available for the owners of Edwards College to use and enjoy.

Cirencester 4 miles, Cricklade 6 miles, Swindon 13 miles, Kemble Station (London Paddington 75 minutes) 4 miles, M4 (J15) 16 miles, M5 (J11A) 21 miles, Cheltenham 20 miles (Distances and times are approximate)

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