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Hungerford Street, Cheltenham Town Centre Guide Price £215,000

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  • Kitchen-Dining Room
    Kitchen-Dining Room
  • Kitchen-Dining Room
    Kitchen-Dining Room
  • Kitchen-Dining Room
    Kitchen-Dining Room
  • Conservatory
  • Sitting Room
    Sitting Room
  • Sitting Room
    Sitting Room
  • Bathroom
  • Bedroom One
    Bedroom One
  • Bedroom One
    Bedroom One
  • Bedroom Two
    Bedroom Two
  • Garden

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  • Well Presented Period Property
  • Close The Town Centre
  • Open Plan Kitchen-Diner
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Two Spacious Bedrooms
  • Enclosed Rear Garden

This well-presented period property boasts open plan kitchen-diner, two reception rooms, and two spacious double bedrooms.

Located within easy reach of the beautiful Pittville Park, the town centre, and the popular Brewery Development, this property dates back to the early 1900s and forms the end of a row of period terraced properties. 

Upon entering the home, the open-plan kitchen-diner offers tiled flooring, a range of wall and base units, worktop, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, splashback tiling, and a fitted extractor chimney hood. There is space to house a washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, tall fridge freezer, and a range cooker which is available via separate negotiations. 

From a kitchen, a stable door leads to the conservatory offering tiled flooring and double French doors opening out onto the garden. 

The sitting room is positioned to the front of the property and benefits dual window aspect, wooden effect tile flooring, and a feature papered wall. 

The family bathroom offers underfloor heating, tiled flooring, part tiled walls, heated towel radiator, WC, basin, and a bath with shower over. 

Upstairs, the landing gives access to two well-proportioned bedrooms. Bedroom one offers a feature chimney breast and bedroom two benefits fitted wardrobe storage and provides a useful airing cupboard over the stairs.

The courtyard garden is paved and offers raised sleepers with mature shrubs. A garage door provides access directly onto the footpath, however, this is not currently in use, but if desired will be useful for anyone wishing to use the courtyard as parking rather than a garden.

Cheltenham offers easy access to the A40 and M5 motorway, the town itself 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 boasts a variety of local and high street shops, art galleries, bars, and restaurants.

All information regarding the property details, including its position on Freehold, is to be confirmed between vendor and purchaser solicitors.

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