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Peter Ball & Co.

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Ham Square, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, GL52

3 Bedroom - House - detached £360,000 £360,000 0
  • Bedroom3
  • Reception2
  • Bathroom1
  • ParkingNo
  • Grade II Listed
  • Detached Tudor Cottage
  • Front & Rear Gardens
  • Balcarras School Catchment
  • No Onward Chain
  • Rural
  • Countryside Views
  • Full Refurbishment Required

An extremely rare opportunity to acquire a derelict Grade II listed three bedroom detached Tudor cottage in 'The Ham', one of Cheltenham's premier locations. On the edge of open countryside yet within easy reach of the highly regarded schools and village amenities in the affluent suburb of Charlton Kings this property strikes the perfect balance of town and country living and offers a huge amount of potential to modernise and extend to add further value. The accommodation currently on offer in brief comprises; entrance hallway, two reception rooms, kitchen, walk-in larder and bathroom on the ground floor. Upstairs are three double bedrooms with views across neighbouring countryside. Offered to market with no onward chain and within catchment area for the highly regarded Balcarras Secondary School the property further benefits from mature and established gardens both front and back. Not for the faint hearted this truly unique property requires viewing to appreciate not only the potential but scale of the task at hand.
N.B. A Listed Building is one that is recognised as being of national importance. Buildings with listed status are recorded on an official register called The List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. Buildings listed on the register are legally protected from being demolished, extended or significantly altered without special permission from the local planning authority.

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