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  • Bedrooms: 3
The property is a recently refurbished post war semi-detached house built originally for the local authority with rendered and colour washed elevations on a good size corner plot.

The accommodation consists briefly of entrance hall with staircase to landing. The sitting room has a fireplace - and windows to the front and rear. The adjacent good size kitchen/breakfast room has a modern range of pale grey shaker style units comprising base cupboards and drawers, matching wall cupboards, integrated fridge/freezer and incorporating a range cooker and a single drainer one and a half bowl sink unit. On the back of the house and accessed from the kitchen/breakfast room is an excellent size UPVC conservatory with double glazed windows and roof panels plus French doors into the rear garden.

At first floor level the master bedroom has a comprehensive range of fitted wardrobes along one wall, bedroom two is also a good size double whilst bedroom three is a spacious single at the back of the house. The family bathroom has an attractive white suite including a panelled bath with a mixer tap and shower attachment and slate effect tile splash backs. A cupboard on the landing houses the modern Worcester comi gas fired central heating boiler.

In addition to UPVC double glazed windows, a major cost saving measure has been the installation of 12 south facing photo-voltaic panels on the roof. These generate an income from the Electricity Board having the effect of reducing electricity bills to around £20 per month. Cavity wall insulation has also been installed and there is extra loft insulation. There is off street parking for two cars to the side of the property. The rear garden which is smaller than the front has been paved for the minimum of maintenance while the front is well enclosed by tall timber panel fencing and faces approximately south. The property is being sold with the added advantage of no onward chain.

AGENTS NOTE Under the terms of Section 157 of the Housing Act 1985, there are qualifying criteria for a purchaser. Please enquire for further details.

AMENITIES Tetbury, often referred to as the gateway to the Cotswolds, and once voted by Country Life magazine as the third most desirable town in the country, is a thriving historic Cotswold market town situated less than half an hour from both the M4 and M5 motorways and within easy reach of Cirencester, Cheltenham, Bath, Bristol and Swindon. There is good access to Kemble Railway Station with regular Intercity services to London and other regional commercial centres.

Tetbury is well known for its royal houses with HRH The Prince of Wales at Highgrove House, and Gatcombe Park the home of The Princess Royal both close by. Tetbury boasts an exciting range of shops including specialist boutiques, city standard delicatessens, the Highgrove Shop, two supermarkets and many fine antique shops. The town has an excellent variety of hotels, restaurants, cafes and brasseries offering a mouth-watering range of cuisine.

There is an excellent range of schools in the area including Westonbirt Preparatory and Senior Schools (3 - 18 years). There is also Beaudesert Park at Minchinhampton together with popular state primary and secondary schools in and around Tetbury.

A visit to the Tourist Information Office will provide you with a map of the area showing some of our local attractions including the world famous Westonbirt Arboretum, or the nearby Cotswold Water Park or perhaps the Abbey and Abbey House Gardens in Malmesbury.

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Perry Bishop and Chambers - Tetbury

3 Church Street, Tetbury, Gloucestershire

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