- Two Bedroom Terraced Period Home
- Central Location Yet Ideally Positioned On A No-Through Road
- Enclosed Rear Courtyard Garden
- Upstairs and Downstairs Bathrooms
- Two Reception Rooms
- Traditional Period Features Throughout
A stunning two bedroom period property in the heart of Cheltenham town centre, tucked away on Sherborne Street, a no-through road which benefits from on-street permit parking and offers two reception rooms and two bathrooms, both upstairs and downstairs, and an enclosed courtyard garden.
Upon entering this attractive period property through the front fascia door, it opens into a long part sheltered lobby area along the side boundary of the house. There is a trap door with stairs leading down into the cellar and there are two access doors into the house, the first one leads into the front reception room which is currently being used as a study, with wooden effect laminate flooring, a feature fireplace and carpeted open staircase with a wooden balustrade which leads up to the first-floor accommodation.
The front reception room connects to the sitting room in the centre of the property which has plenty of natural light due to windows to the side of the property and raised ceiling with exposed black wooden beams which is a striking feature of this room. Carpeted throughout this room is very cosy and benefits from an open period fireplace with decorative tiling panel detail, a black tiled hearth and a wooden surround.
The sitting room leads into the kitchen at the rear of the property which has a range of base and wall units with white panel finish doors, black mosaic wall tiles and a light wood effect laminate worktop with stainless steel sink, drainer and mixer tap. There is space for a freestanding cooker and under counter space for other kitchen appliances. There is additional space for a tall freestanding fridge freezer and a small table and chairs or breakfast bar with seating.
At the end of the property, through the kitchen, there is a small hallway with space for hanging coats and storing shoes, here is the second access door leading to the outside of the house and a useful family bathroom with WC, bath, tiled wall bath surround and a heated towel rail. This area has been fitted with vinyl flooring throughout and there is also a useful storage cupboard in the hallway for cleaning products and/or additional kitchen storage.
Outside there is an enclosed courtyard area which has useful storage shed, outdoor tap and lots of established plants to include honeysuckle, roses and jasmine. This area has been block-paved throughout and there is plenty of room for a bistro table and chairs to sit out and enjoy in the warmer months.
Upstairs has been fitted with carpets throughout, there are two bedrooms and a shower room. The master bedroom is to the front of the property with storage cupboard. The second bedroom is at the rear of the property and has a feature fireplace.
The shower room has wood flooring, blue painted half-height wall panelling, a single shower enclosure, a heated towel rail, WC, and washbasin.
The property cellar is an ideal space for storage. It is of a generous size due it being the full width of the property and underneath the alleyway, and the head height is over 6 foot.
Further benefits to this property are gas central heating, part double glazing, solid wooden doors and skirting finishes which creates a warm cottage style feel. This property is an attractive yet affordable first-time-buy or buy-to-let investment, immaculately presented throughout and all within 5 minutes walk from Pittville Park, Cheltenham High Street, including the John Lewis store, a local public house and supermarket.
The Area: Cheltenham is a beautiful Regency Town, famous for its many festivals including Literature, Music, Science, Jazz and the legendary National Hunt Racing Festival, The Cheltenham Gold Cup. In addition to its festivals, Cheltenham also has an enviable reputation for its excellent schools; some of which are internationally recognised including the renowned Cheltenham College and Cheltenham Ladies College. 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 a position on Freehold, is to be confirmed between vendor and purchaser solicitors.