Standing at the far end of this quiet no-through road, at the foot of the Cotswold escarpment, a substantial detached bungalow, requiring some upgrading, set in a magical and well stocked garden which was largely created by the late owner and provides all year round colour.
Built in the early 1970’s by Messrs Pye Homes (Oxford) Ltd., this is a good sized detached bungalow with mellow brick elevations, double glazed windows under a tiled roof. The accommodation is bright, spacious and airy and particularly well laid out, but does now require a sympathetic programme of upgrading throughout and in particular, the replacement of the kitchen and bathrooms in addition to a general cosmetic overhaul.
Located in a very quiet position, tucked away at the end of a residential no through road at the foot of the Leckhampton Hill escarpment which offers lovely country walks. The old village of Charlton Kings is about 1 mile distant and offers a wide range of local amenities including a parish church, supermarkets, butchers and public houses. The centre of Cheltenham is about 2½ miles distant, offering a wide range of both shopping and educational facilities. Access to the A40 is about 1½ miles away providing access to Oxford and London, whilst Junction 11 of the M5 is some 5 miles distant.
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: G - £2,586.97 pa.
Strictly by prior appointment through Charles Lear & Co. on 01242 222722.