- Beautifully Presented Period Semi-Detached Property
- Within Easy Reach Of Town Centre And Brewery
- Two Bedrooms And An Upstairs Shower Room
- Sitting Room And Kitchen Breakfast Room
- Well Maintained Front Garden And Rear Courtyard
- Allocated Gravelled Parking To The Front
This beautifully presented, two bedroom period semi-detached property was built in the 1800s and has been refurbished throughout by the current owner, tastefully presented throughout and finished to a modern and contemporary feel.
The property is found within easy reach of the town centre and the popular Brewery Development.
The accommodation comprises an entrance hall with tile flooring leading into the sitting room positioned at the front of the property which benefits from wood flooring, feature fireplace (however the chimney has a removable cap) and a tilt and turn window overlooking the beautifully kept garden.
Towards the rear of the property is the kitchen breakfast room, with wood effect floor tiling, a range of light-toned base units finished with a dark worktop for contrast, corner carousel cupboard, pull out larder and integrated appliances including dishwasher, fridge freezer, double oven, induction hob and extractor hood. This room was only fitted in 2018 and is contemporary with a touch of a cottage feel about it with the wooden exposed shelving and Belfast sink.
There is a door leading to a rear courtyard garden and stairs leading to landing area, the stair wall is painted in a chalkboard effect making it fun for messages and ideal for shopping lists.
The landing offers access to two bedrooms and a walk-in shower room. The master suite is located at the front of the property, is a generous size and has a tilt and turn window. Here is access to loft with hatch and pull-down ladder, the loft is boarded, fully insulated and has integrated lighting providing ample accessible storage space.
Both the second bedroom and walk-in shower room are located towards the rear of the property. The walk-in shower room has tiled flooring, tiled walls, large fitted wall mirror, WC, a basin within a storage unit with a wooden shelf, and there is a walk-in shower with feature tile wall.
The rear courtyard garden is enclosed, paved, low maintenance and has an outside tap.
To the front, there is a gravelled driveway providing parking for one vehicle, a bin storage area, external socket, and a path leading through the front garden to the front door. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with a planted border.
This property further benefits from a newly laid roof fitted in 2020.
The area: Cheltenham is famous for its many festivals including Literature, Music, Science, Jazz and the legendary National Hunt Racing Festival, The Cheltenham Gold Cup. The town centre itself boasts a variety of local and high street shops, eateries, bars, and art galleries attracting visitors from far and wide.
All information regarding the property details, including its position on Freehold, is to be confirmed between seller and purchaser solicitors.