Situated towards the end of a peaceful residential cul-de-sac benefitting from an attractive family friendly garden, off road parking and garaging this well-proportioned semi-detached property offers accommodation approaching 1450 sqft including a modern kitchen/dining room and two reception rooms whilst on the first floor are three generous bedrooms and a contemporary bathroom.
This mature three bedroom property offers generous family living, whilst also being conveniently situated for access to local amenities and schools and the town centre. A former police house the property has been well maintained and offers an 18’11 sitting room, an open plan kitchen/dining room with patio doors to a wonderful garden room with access to the private garden which is mainly laid to lawn. On the first floor are three well-proportioned double bedrooms and a superb contemporary family bathroom. At the front of the property there is off road parking and an en-block garage.
Wide reception hall with a cloakroom and useful under stair storage
Well fitted open plan kitchen/dining room with doors leading to an impressive 19’ garden room
Sizeable dual aspect sitting room with a feature fireplace
Spacious landing providing access to three generous double bedrooms, the principle bedroom measuring 18’11 with potential to create en-suite facilities and an
exceptional family bath/shower room
Off road parking for two vehicles, en-bloc single garage, ideal for storage, and a very pretty private garden with side access and a shed
Double glazed throughout and gas centrally heated
This lovely home can be found set back from the road with the benefit of off road parking for two vehicles situated within walking distance of a selection of day to day amenities and highly respected schools including Holy Apostles primary school and Berkhampstead Preparatory School. The town centre is an approximate twenty minute walk as is Pittville Park and historic Grade I* listed Pump Rooms. The property is also notably well placed for access to some of the town’s most beautiful open countryside on Cleeve Hill, deemed the highest point in the Cotswolds, the General Hospital, outdoor Lido and the A40 providing access to the Cotswolds, Oxford & London.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: (C) £1821.90 (2023/2024).
EPC Rating: D
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co.