A period end terraced property situated in a popular location close to the train station and local amenities. The accommodation comprises two generous reception rooms, kitchen, two double bedrooms, upstairs family bathroom and garden with side access.
Upon entering the property, you are brought into the hallway which offers laminate wood flooring, stairs to the first floor and doors to the downstairs reception rooms.
The dining room looks out to the front of the property and offers neutral carpeting, fitted café style shutters and a working feature fireplace with built in cupboards on each side of the chimney breast.
The sitting room is situated to the rear of the property looking out to the garden and gives access to the kitchen.
The kitchen itself offers tiled flooring with a range of wall and base units with worktops over and a double Belfast sink with mixer tap over. A fitted range style cooker with extractor fan over and is space for free standing appliances including, tall fridge-freezer and dishwasher.
An arch leads to a rear lobby with space for storage of coats and shoes, a door that leads out to a patio area of the garden and a cloakroom comprising low level WC and sink.
Upstairs the landing area offers neutral carpeting which runs through to the bedrooms, loft access and doors to the bedrooms and bathroom. Bedroom one looks out to the front of the property and offers two large, fitted wardrobes and bedroom two looks out to the rear garden.
The family bathroom is a generous size and benefits from having space for fitted units housing the washing machine and tumble dryer. There is wood laminate flooring and a white suite comprising bath with a separate shower unit over and tiled surround, sink and low-level WC.
Outside the garden is laid to patio and lawn areas with shrub borders. There is also the added bonus of side access leading to a shared alley leading out to the front of the property.
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.
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