A substantial Listed property on the edge of Cirencester, in need of updating, set in 6.15 acres with residential development potential.
The Cranhams, with it’s 6.15 acres, is a handsome early Victorian stone property built over four floors and believed to date back to 1838. A later Victorian two storey addition to the side provided an elegant drawing room with a spacious master bedroom suite above. The principal rooms face south-west or south-east and are flooded with light from the the large sash windows. The house retains many period details including high ceilings, a fine cantilevered stone staircase, flagstone floors, sash windows, working shutters and a variety of attractive fireplaces.
The property is set down a long drive on the edge of the town and enjoys a rural outlook to three aspects, including over its gardens and paddock to the south west. In the same ownership for many years it has provided an idyllic setting as a large family home, but is now in need of comprehensive updating.