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£218,950 - £297,950
1 and 2 bedroom apartments
Somerford Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire
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More information about Beecham Lodge...
This retirement development of 35 one and two bedroom apartments is currently under construction.
Cirencester is known as ‘the capital of the Cotswolds’, considered by many to be one of the most beautiful areas in England. Cirencester has an abundance of cultural attractions, including the Corinium Museum, Roman Amphitheatre and the Abbey Grounds.
The town itself features one of the oldest Charter Markets in the country, a shopping experience not to be missed with plants, outdoor furniture, wicker baskets, food and household goods available. In addition, the Market Place within the town offers something for everyone, with a choice of high street stores, independent retailers, local boutiques, cafes and restaurants, as well as Bishops Walk undercover shopping centre.
Beecham Lodge is located on Somerford Road, a picturesque residential area half a mile from the centre of Cirencester. Within walking distance you will find local amenities including a convenience store, pharmacy and local fish and chip shop for those Friday night suppers. With bus stops located just a few steps from the Lodge and regular services into the town centre, getting out and about is easy and convenient.
Just three miles from Beecham Lodge is Cirencester Golf Club, where golfers of all levels are welcome to turn up and play without booking.
For those venturing further afield Cirencester provides great links via motorway or rail to the cities of Oxford, Bristol and the south coast of Wales. Or stay close to home and take full advantage of the Cotswolds, enjoying leisurely days out exploring nearby Berkeley Castle, the Cotswold Wildlife Park or a family picnic at Sudeley Castle and gardens.