Guide Price £375,000 - Available


  • Two double bedroom red brick Victorian property, located in heart of Cheltenham
  • Two formal reception rooms to include living room and dining room
  • Converted basement, currently as cinema room, utility room and cloakroom
  • Master bedroom located to the rear with en suite, three piece bathroom
  • South facing, low maintenance rear garden with gated rear access
  • Beautifully appointed and ready to move into and enjoy from the very first moment
  • Modern fitted kitchen with wealth of units and array of integral appliances
  • South facing rear garden, low maintenance and benefiting from rear gated access
  • Bedroom two with stripped, waxed wooden flooring and fitted shower
  • A property that comes with a high recommendation to view.

Welcome to 61 Rosehill Street, a stunning example of a two-bedroom red brick home, beautifully presented and ready to move into and enjoy from the very first minute

Rosehill Street is a favourable road, located within central Cheltenham and as such gives easy access into the town centre. Cheltenham is a popular Regency town and is regularly listed in the Telegraph's 'Best places to live in the UK' survey.

With a thriving High Street, The Promenade, a host of bars, restaurants and cafes whilst also home to festivals such as; Food, Science, Jazz, Literature and of course, the most famous of them all, The Cheltenham Gold Cup, home of the Jump Festival, held at Prestbury Park every March.

Returning to the property, the current owners can really do no more as they present a home to the market that is fresh, inviting and one where you would simply want to live. On the ground floor, the entrance hall leads to the two formal reception rooms: the living room and the dining room, with all rooms having wood floors, which have been lovingly restored by the current owners

Leading from the dining room is a very modern kitchen, offering a wealth of fitted units and a host of integral appliances. To the rear of the home is the separate utility room and cloakroom, whilst French doors lead neatly into the south facing rear garden.

Upstairs, there are two double bedrooms. The larger of the rooms is found to the front and offers stripped, waxed wooden floorboards and a shower, which is fitted into the over stair's cupboard. It would be our opinion that the room is large enough to take a full en-suite and we would certainly recommend doing this.

The bedroom to the rear enjoys an overview of the garden and benefits from the en-suite bathroom which is a white suite and decorated to be in keeping with the rest of the property

Finally, there is the basement level which the current vendor uses as a cinema room yet could be used as for a multitude of purposes to include a home office.

Outside the south facing garden is a good size and is extremely low maintenance, being laid to decking and chippings. Enclosed by fencing, there is also a gated rear access


Directions
Please enter the following postcode into your sat nav system: GL52 6SQ. Upon entering the road, the property can be found on your left hand side,

Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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