Humphris Place
Cheltenham, GL53 7FA

For Sale
£319,995

Property details:

  • Tenure: Leasehold
  • Area: 746 sq ft / 69.3 sq m
  • Council Tax: Band D - £1,753.27
  • EPC Rating: C
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Located on the third floor of this recently constructed development by Berkeley, this superb flat will be found in excellent condition throughout.

The accommodation comprises of two bedrooms (the master bedroom benefiting from an en suite shower room), a modern fitted kitchen with integrated Neff appliances and a well-appointed bathroom. There is also a useful utility area fitted with a Miele washer/dryer.

The sitting room enjoys a double aspect overlooking the well-tended and landscaped grounds to the east and Leckhampton Hill to the south.

Outside there is a communal bike store and the apartment has two allocated private parking spaces. The grounds are available for all to enjoy and the development is located a short walking distance to the Bath Road and Montpellier is within a 20 minute walk.

The apartment has gas fired underfloor heating.

Leasehold Information:
Tenure: Leasehold
Freeholder: Berkeley Homes (Oxford & Chiltern) Limited
Lease: 125 years commencing 1st March 2014
Service Charge: £373.02 for the building (Sandford Court) & £276.89 for the estate (Thirlestaine Park) for the period 01.05.19 to 31.10.19.
Ground Rent: Currently £200 per annum and increasing every 25 years.
Managing Agents: Cambray Property Management

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Read Maurice gave a very professional and efficient service. The email confirmation of arrangements for people visiting the property and the follow-up comments where much appreciated. The photographs taken of the property, as it turned out in ideal sunlight, showed the property to best advantage and I think must have helped the sale. The terms of the agreement with Read Maurice were clearly explained and confirmed in writing at the start. We appreciate Martin taking time to accompany us in viewings properties – sometimes more than once. Martin discussed possibilities with us but did not pressure us.

Frank Aspland