Spring Meadows, Hoburne Holiday Park, Cirencester, GL7 5UQ
Detached Sold Subject to Contract - Hoburne Holiday Park
Located in the highly desirable and secure Hoburn Holiday Park in Cirencester, this property has been wonderfully styled throughout and boasts high specification and modern interiors. All rooms are larger than average and there is the exceptional attention to detail in each one. There are 2 double bedrooms (with the master bedroom boasting ensuite and dressing room) and an exceptional triple aspect lounge and dining room and very high specification kitchen/diner with ultra modern fixtures and fittings. There is also a lovely shower room and separate utility room. The property is enviably presented. The property also benefits from an allocated parking space and visitors parking. There are also luscious communal ground that surround the Lodge. The furniture and fixtures can be included within the sale price of the property.
Facilities on site include:
Impressive entertainment complex
Brasserie 1912 & Café
Amusement arcade & pool table
Indoor soft play
Heated indoor pool with flume
Heated outdoor pool
Sauna & steam room
Sky TV & BT Sport in complex
Fishing lake (rod licence required)
Kid"s adventure playground
Lake activities including pedalos, kayaking
Multi-use games area
Convenience store & launderette
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Cirencester lies on the lower dip slopes of the Cotswold Hills, an outcrop of oolitic limestone. Natural drainage is into the River Churn, which flows roughly north to south through the eastern side of the town and joins the Thames near Cricklade a little to the south. The Thames itself rises just a few miles west of Cirencester.
The town is split into five main areas: the town centre, the village of Stratton, the suburb of Chesterton (originally a village outside the town), Watermoor and The Beeches. The village of Siddington to the south of the town is now almost contiguous with Watermoor. Other suburbs include Bowling Green and New Mills.The area and population of these 5 electoral wards are identical to that quoted above. The town serves as a centre for surrounding villages, providing employment, amenities, shops, commerce and education, and as a commuter town for larger centres such as Cheltenham, Gloucester, Swindon and Stroud.
Cirencester is the hub of a road network with routes to Gloucester (A417), Cheltenham (A417/A435), Leamington Spa (A429), Oxford (A40 via the B4425 road), Wantage (A417), Swindon (A419), Chippenham (A429), Bristol, Bath (A433), and Stroud (A419), although only Gloucester, Cheltenham, Stroud and Swindon have bus connections. Cirencester is connected to the M5 motorway at junction 11A, and to the M4 motorway at junctions 15, 17 and 18.
Since the closure of the Kemble to Cirencester branch line to Cirencester Town in 1964, the town has been without its own railway station. Kemble railway station, 3.7 miles (5.9 km) away, is the nearest railhead, served by regular Great Western Railway services between Swindon and Gloucester, with peak-time direct trains to London Paddington station. In November 2020 Kemble to Cirencester was one of 15 grant awards in the second round of the Department for Transport 'Restoring Your Railway Ideas Fund'.
The nearest airports are Bristol, London Heathrow and Birmingham. A general aviation airport, Cotswold Airport, is nearby at Kemble.