Tel: 01242 246980
£425,000 Guide priceSold STC
In need of some modernisation, offered with no onward chain and located in Prestbury, close to St Mary's School is this period semi-detached home that has been extended to give a fourth bedroom and an integral garage.
The accommodation comprises of an entrance hall with exposed floorboards, doors to the living room, dining room, kitchen and stairs leading to the first floor. The living room has a lovely box bay window to the front aspect and a working period tiled fireplace. The dining room has a further feature fireplace with a gas fire inset and a window and a door opening to the rear garden.The kitchen has been extended offering space for either a table or utility area and currently includes a range of base level units with roll edge work tops over, sink/drainer unit inset, Space and plumbing for domestic appliances and a doors to an understair larder and the rear access.
On the first floor are four well proportioned bedrooms with bedrooms one and three benefitting built in wardrobes and bedroom two, being over the garage, has windows to the front and rear aspect and a wash basin. Comolting the accommodation is the bathroom that is fully tiled and has a white suite consists a panel bath, wash basin and w/c.
To the rear is an approx. 90ft garden that has been well loved and worked over the years. There is a block paved patio leading to a central lawn with mature planted borders, which further leads to a vegetable garden and potting shed. To the front is a further garden and off road parking for several vehicles, front access to the garage and side access to the garden.
Prestbury has been documented from as early as 899AD and was subsequently recognised in the Doomsday book. The name in Anglo Saxon terms means ' priests fortress ' possibly taken from The Bishop of Herefords manor house that was known to have stood in the 13th century. Today Prestbury is a modern village with several eating and drinking options as well as a contemporary hair stylist, all alongside a traditional convenience store and butchers. Also, on hand are the public footpaths onto the magnificent Cleeve Hill from where there are spectacular views across Cheltenham including the nearby Prestbury Park racecourse, home of the Gold Cup. Just south of the village the property is also within 1 mile of the town centre.
DIRECTIONS From Cheltenham town centre head north along Hewlett Road and at the second shopping area bear left onto Priors Road. After the final shopping area take second right into Bouncers Lane and the property will then be found on the right.