Bournside Road
Cheltenham, GL51 3AL


Property details:

  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Area: 1549 sq ft / 144 sq m
  • Council Tax: Band F - £2297.93
  • EPC Rating: D
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A charming detached family house located in a sought after residential area just south of central Cheltenham and within easy reach of most facilities.

The property, which has been in the same ownership for over 35 years is believed to have been built around 1940 and backs onto Hatherley Park.

An oak panelled front door opens into a wide entrance hall which has a returning staircase leading to the first floor and under stairs cloakroom. The front sitting room has a nine panel bay window and a period style fireplace with hearth, surround and grate. The dining room is of a good size and has a wide window incorporating a door which leads to a secluded rear patio. The kitchen /breakfast room has a double aspect and a door which leads to a useful utility room. Upstairs there is a wide landing with a tall window providing good natural light. The four bedrooms are of a good size, three having basins and the smallest having a built in wardrobe. The bathroom is fitted with a white traditional suite and there is a separate W.C.

To the front of the property is a mature garden with lawn, parking spaces for two vehicles and access to a detached single garage. The rear garden c.50'x49' is enclosed with a lawn, mature shrubs, a mature path and backs onto Hatherley Park.

To the side of the property is a 20' wide strip of garden, where the garage is currently sited which offers the potential to extend and enlarge the main house, subject to the relevant planning consents.

This fine tradition family house features gas fired central heating to radiators and uPVC framed double glazed windows.

This traditional family home provides a great opportunity for the purchaser looking to modernise, improve or extend a property to create an exceptional family home.

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Just a short note to say thank you to the negotiator for her outstanding help and support in the purchase of 5 Milton Avenue. She was always smiling, very smartly dressed and always willing to help in any way. Without doubt she is a valuable asset to Read Maurice.

James Mackay