- No Onward Chain
- Well Presented Throughout
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Two Reception Rooms
- Within Easy Reach Of The Town Centre
- Enclosed, Low Maintenance Rear Garden
Located within the heart of Fairview is this well-presented period home benefitting from two reception rooms, kitchen, family bathroom, two double bedrooms, and an enclosed low maintenance rear garden.
This terraced property is within easy reach of the town centre and is brought to the market with no onward chain.
A period feature archway gives entrance to this pleasant property. The entrance hall offers understairs storage and leads to both reception rooms and the stairs to the first floor.
The front reception room offers period built-in storage and shelving to alcoves.
The second reception room further benefits shelving to alcoves, understairs storage, garden views, and access to the kitchen.
The gulley style kitchen comprises wood effect flooring, a range of fitted wall and base units, wood effect worktops, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, oven, gas hob, and extractor hood. There is space for a tall fridge freezer and plumbing for a washing machine.
Off the kitchen, there is a rear lobby giving access to the garden and family bathroom.
The bathroom comprises vinyl wood effect flooring, part tiled walls, and white suite to include WC, basin, and a P-shaped bath with shower attachment to bath taps.
Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, both offer neutral décor and fitted carpet. The master bedroom further benefiting from a built-in storage cupboard and loft hatch.
The enclosed rear garden offers outdoor space for table and chairs and is low maintenance with part paved and part gravelled areas.
Permit parking is available within the street and this property is within walking proximately to the popular Holy Trinity School and Pittville Park.
The Area: Fairview is a pretty area situated between Pittville and the town centre. According to maps in Cheltenham Library, Fairview was part of an expansion of the town onto former farmland in the early nineteenth century. Much of its housing is a mix of late Regency and Victorian. Fairview also boasts the fantastic Kemble Brewery Inn pub which is positioned on Fairview Street and is a local’s favourite.
All information regarding the property details, including its position on Freehold, is to be confirmed between vendor and purchaser solicitors.