Market Place, Fairford, GL7


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  • Bedrooms: 3
Acacia House dates back to the early 18th Century and is Listed Grade II as being of special architectural and historical interest. It incorporates a substantial flying freehold above one of the adjoining properties and included within the ground floor accommodation is a former retail element, which has a plate glass shop front and direct access on to the Market Place. The shop was last used for displaying and selling antiques but could potentially be used for other purposes or possibly converted into additional residential accommodation if required, subject to obtaining the relevant consents. The living accommodation, which is arranged over 3 floors with a useful cellar below, extends to about 2,300 sq ft in total and is well presented with good ceiling heights. Many period features have been retained, including sash windows to the front, a fine staircase and panelled walls in the front show room. The garden lies to the rear of the house and is flanked by stone walls and although narrow and long, is nevertheless charming. It is essentially a wide meandering gravelled path with well-stocked flower beds either side. Towards the end of the garden is a substantial former stone built stables, which retains the old partitions and cobbled floor. (Plans have been drawn up but not submitted to convert this building into ancillary accommodation). At the far end of the garden is a gravelled area with space to park a small car and from which gates provide access to The Croft.

Lechlade 6 miles • Cirencester 9 miles • Swindon (Paddington 55 minutes) 14 miles • M4 (J15) 16 miles • M5 (J11A) 24 miles • Cheltenham 25 miles (All distances and times are approximate)

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