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Leckhampton Property Alert Image

10th July 2019
Leckhampton Property Alert

33 Moorend Crescent, Leckhampton, Cheltenham GL53 0EJ - £385,000

 

 

This charming, period, end of terrace home with its generous c.74 ft south westerly facing garden, is situated in sought-after Leckhampton and just a short distance to the Bath Road amenities and bus routes. 

Much loved and smartly presented, it features stripped wooden floors, a feature cast-iron fireplace in the living room and a separate dining room with an open fireplace and a 'Clearview' wood burner (multi-fuel) in situ.

 

The garden is a particular feature of this lovely home as it's unusually large compared to many others in this area, making it perfect for young families and for outdoor entertaining in the summer months. 

 

 

Leckhampton C of E Primary School and Naunton Park Primary School - both rated 'Outstanding' by OFSTED - are just 10 minutes walk away. Most secondary school pupils attend either Balcarras or Bournside Schools, with increasing numbers also attending Balcarras’ partner school, Pittville School. All were praised in their most recent OFSTED reports with Balcarras achieving an ‘Outstanding’ rating. 

To view this lovely home, please call Dee on 01242 261400 or email leck@peterball.co.uk. 

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