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The Park, Cheltenham, GL51 3GF

The welcoming hallway gives access to a spacious reception room on the right, boasting high ceilings, a period fireplace, and plenty of natural light from a large bay window.

The well-fitted kitchen /breakfast room is to the front of the property and provides a wide range of units, granite work surfaces, and fitted appliances. In addition to the ground floor is a cloakroom.

A stone staircase with oak balustrade and spindles leads up to the first floor which features a principal bedroom suite with fitted wardrobes and a large en suite shower room. There is an additional double bedroom on this floor as well as a well-appointed bathroom. The second floor features two spacious bedrooms and an additional family shower room.

Outside the majority of the grounds are communal with a large lawn which is bordered by a variety of mature shrubs and trees. A path leads around the periphery of the grounds and gives access to the property’s own garden area.

To the side of the property are a garage (c. 19’8×8’2) and an open carport. Additional car parking can be found at the front of the property.

This incredible property with the true feel of a grand house is set in a secure and prestigious development within one of Cheltenham’s most desirable areas.

Lease Details
Tenure: Leasehold with a share of the freehold.
Lease: 125 years commencing 29th September 1982.
Service Charges: The property has a 1/3rd liability for the house and a 1/13th liability for the communal grounds of St Stephens Manor development. The current service charge is £2,993 plus £1 ground rent and includes a £1,100 contribution to the painting fund.
Ground Rent: £1 per annum.
Managing Agent: The building is self-run.

General
Services: All mains services are believed to be connected.
Local Authority: Cheltenham Borough Council.
Council Tax: Band E
EPC: Exempt

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£ 700,000 -   
Area: 1816 sq. ft
Agent handling property

Martin Read

Director
Member of: Propertymark MARLA

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