Brookbank Close
Cheltenham, GL50 3NA


Property details:

  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Area: 1206 sq ft/112 sq m (excluding garage)
  • Council Tax: Band D - £1,753.27
  • EPC Rating: C
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Brookbank Close is a popular development built during 2004 which is located near the fashionable St James district of Cheltenham.

Since owning the property the current vendors have refurbished the property to a very high standard. This has included redecoration, flooring and a high specification kitchen with integrated appliances.

On entering the property the ceramic tiled entrance hall leads through to the kitchen (which has ample space for dining) and cloakroom. The kitchen has access to the attractive and easy to maintain, landscaped courtyard garden (20’5” x 16’2) which also has the added benefit of gated foot access, providing an alternative way to Waitrose and the town centre.

On the first floor the sitting room has a far reaching vista of the town skyline and twin French glazed doors making this a pleasant room to enjoy. Bedroom 3 has direct access to the shower room which doubles up as a cloakroom for this level.

On the 2nd floor the Master Bedroom and Bedroom 2 have use of a Jack & Jill bathroom. At the front is a private driveway and an integral garage with electric up and over doors.

Each resident has use of the communal town garden which is a ‘ball free zone’ and only moments away. Further benefits include gas fired central heating which is fired by a replacement Worcester system boiler and double glazing.

Properties in this condition are seldom available. Viewing is highly recommended.

Leasehold Information:
The property pays a service charge towards the upkeep of the communal grounds. The current charge for 2018-19 is £286.27 pa. The development is managed by First Port

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Have dealt with Mr Jason Maurice throughout our purchase. Have found him and Read Maurice to be professional, realistic and unfailingly prompt in their responses and actions when requested. Would recommend and would use in future.

Tariq Jennings