Tivoli
Cheltenham, GL51 3BE

Sold
£165,000

Property details:

  • Tenure: Leasehold
  • Area: 609 sq ft / 56.6 sq m
  • Council Tax: Band B - £1363.66
  • EPC Rating: C
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A well presented and proportioned third floor flat forming part of this established development offering an excellent first or investment purchase.

Secure entrance and communal areas lead to the property either by lift or stairs. The front door opens into an entrance lobby with the inner door to a good-sized entrance hall with coats and airing cupboard. To one end of the flat, is a southerly facing sitting/dining room with a door leading into a modern fitted kitchen with a good range of units and a useful built-in larder cupboard. Both of the bedrooms are of a good size with one having fitted wardrobes. The shower room is well-appointed with a W.C., basin and corner shower.

Outside there are good sized communal gardens and permit parking for one car.

This property is being sold chain free and features electric central heating (no mains gas to the building) and uPVC framed double glazed windows.

Leasehold Information:
Tenure: Leasehold
Lease: 125 years commencing 1st March 1990
Service Charge: £1080 per annum
Managing Agents: Guinness Partnership

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Dear Jason,

I am writing on behalf of all of us involved in Cheltenham Green Doors to thank you and your colleagues, for the great help that you gave us with our open homes event on 22 and 23 June. You helped open the doors to the Echo and were very helpful in terms of signs, getting material printed and so forth.  Read Maurice really did us fine and helped us to put on a professional show and to publicise the open days in the streets of Cheltenham. We really appreciate this kind of support. It has not only given us extra publicity, it has also made us aware that Read Maurice shares our values in encouraging people to cut their heating and lighting costs, save energy and do something for the environment. Thank you once again – and I hope we can be in touch again next year as we begin to shape our plans.

Adrian Philips