- An Attractive Period Terraced Property
- Within Easy Reach Of Town Centre
- Two Double Bedrooms And An Upstairs Family Bathroom
- Cellar Which Has The Potential To Be Converted Into A Home Office
- Two Separate Reception Rooms With Wood Flooring
- Sunny South Facing Enclosed Rear Garden
This fantastic period home is perfect for those looking for town centre living with outside space and potential for a separate home office. Offering two well-proportioned double bedrooms, an upstairs bathroom, two reception rooms, kitchen, enclosed rear garden, and a cellar that has the potential to be converted into a study, this property is perfect for any first-time buyers/movers or investors.
Built in the late 1800s with an attractive kerb appeal is this gorgeous, terraced property which offers a modern feel whilst still retaining period features such as exposed floorboards. The property has been well maintained and benefits from front newly installed windows and gas central heating throughout.
Upon entering the house, the entrance hall offers access to two reception rooms and the stairs leading to the first floor. Both reception rooms and the hall offer exposed wooden floorboards, giving a true sense of character from the moment you walk in. The front reception room which has a working feature fireplace and fitted shelving either side of the chimney breast is currently being used as a home office. The second reception room, currently a living room, is positioned towards the rear of the property with views to the garden and offering access to the kitchen with glass panelled door allowing additional plenty of natural light to enter the room. Boasting another working feature fireplace and further fitted shelving, here you will also find access into the cellar.
The kitchen comprises tiled flooring and splashback, a range of wall and base units, sink and drainer with mixer tap, extractor hood and space for appliances to include gas cooker, tall fridge freezer, and washing machine. The window looks onto the south-facing enclosed garden and there is a door leading out onto the patio area.
The cellar offers fantastic head height with recessed lighting, a fireplace, double glazed window, and radiator. This space is currently used for storage but could be suitable for a variety of uses subject to the relevant consents.
Upstairs, the landing leads to two double bedrooms, a family bathroom, and loft access. The main bedroom at the front of the property is generous in size with a large window and carpeted flooring. At the rear of the property, the second bedroom has built-in storage, large window, and carpeted floors. The family bathroom has slate effect flooring and a white suite comprising WC, basin, and a P-shaped bath with central taps, power shower and curved screen.
Outside, the secluded south facing rear garden is laid to lawn with a patio area and planting running along either side of the space. Rear access is provided via a locked gate and pathway which is only accessible by the fellow residents. Additional benefits include an outside tap, electrical power socket and a large shed.
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 its position on Freehold, is to be confirmed between vendor and purchaser solicitors.