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2 Bedroom Terraced House for sale in Rosehill Street

2 Bedroom Terraced House - £350,000

Rosehill Street

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First listed on: 04th October 2017

Nearest stations: Cheltenham Spa (1.6 mi)Ashchurch for Tewkesbury (7.6 mi)Gloucester (7.8 mi)

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A beautifully presented two bedroom period house situated in a popular residential area, close to good local amenities and within easy access to the town centre.

Offering a wealth of character features, the well-proportioned accommodation is arranged over three floors and briefly comprises an entrance hall, a sitting room to the front with bay window, recess storage cupboards, a feature fireplace, dining room to the rear, exposed red brick chimney breast, French doors to garden and recess storage. There is also access to the lower ground floor room which could have a variety of uses.

To the rear there is a fitted kitchen with a range of units, with a door to the garden and utility area with under-floor heating, which leads to a downstairs shower room. On the first floor the landing provides access to two double bedrooms, the master bedroom with double-glazed windows to the rear having views to Leckhampton Hill and leads through to an en suite bathroom with shower over the bath. Bedroom two lies to the front of the property with two windows to the front, a fireplace and an en suite w/c. Additional benefits of this fine period home include a private southerly facing rear garden, gas fired central heating and double glazing.
 

AMENITIES Cheltenham is often known as the gateway to the Cotswolds and famed for its extensive range of festivals, including National Hunt, music, drama, science, food and drink and jazz.

There are extensive modern shopping facilities within the town and a range of recreational and cultural amenities, including golf courses, racecourse, theatre and cinema.

There are additional excellent communications to the other nearby centres via the M5 giving easy access to Bristol and Birmingham and there is a mainline railway station with services to London.
 
A beautifully presented two bedroom period house situated in a popular residential area, close to good local amenities and within easy access to the town centre.

Offering a wealth of character features, the well-proportioned accommodation is arranged over three floors and briefly comprises an entrance hall, a sitting room to the front with bay window, recess storage cupboards, a feature fireplace, dining room to the rear, exposed red brick chimney breast, French doors to garden and recess storage. There is also access to the lower ground floor room which could have a variety of uses.

To the rear there is a fitted kitchen with a range of units, with a door to the garden and utility area with under-floor heating, which leads to a downstairs shower room. On the first floor the landing provides access to two double bedrooms, the master bedroom with double-glazed windows to the rear having views to Leckhampton Hill and leads through to an en suite bathroom with shower over the bath. Bedroom two lies to the front of the property with two windows to the front, a fireplace and an en suite w/c. Additional benefits of this fine period home include a private southerly facing rear garden, gas fired central heating and double glazing.
 

AMENITIES Cheltenham is often known as the gateway to the Cotswolds and famed for its extensive range of festivals, including National Hunt, music, drama, science, food and drink and jazz.

There are extensive modern shopping facilities within the town and a range of recreational and cultural amenities, including golf courses, racecourse, theatre and cinema.

There are additional excellent communications to the other nearby centres via the M5 giving easy access to Bristol and Birmingham and there is a mainline railway station with services to London.
 
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140

Bath Road

Cheltenham

GL53 7NG

Telephone: See phone number 01242 246980

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Disclaimer Property reference 10249GL5_100300015053. Details are provided and maintained by Perry Bishop & Chambers. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

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