Property Description

Tucked away in a quiet cul de sac within a short walk of the popular Sixway's area in Charlton Kings this three double bedroom property offers potential to extend adding further value. A select development of similar family homes built circa 1970 it was formerly the grounds of Hetton Lawn, made famous by Lewis Carroll and his novel Through The Looking-Glass. On the edge of Cotswold countryside and with Regency Cheltenham's town centre nearby it strikes the perfect balance between town and country living. Easy access to the A40/London and the A435/Cirencester makes it ideal for commuting. Whilst lovingly maintained this detached family home would benefit from modernisation throughout. On a corner plot the accommodation on offer is light and spacious and comprises in brief; entrance hallway and cloakroom, kitchen, open plan sitting room and dual aspect dining room. Upstairs and enjoying stunning countryside views are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom fitted with a coloured suite. Occupying an elevated corner position the established and low maintenance garden wraps around on all sides. Privately enclosed there are patio seating and lawn areas providing ideal space in which to simply relax or dine alfresco. There are three brick built storage sheds and securely gated access to the side. Additional highlights include an integral garage, car port and driveway parking for multiple vehicles. There is double glazing and gas central heating throughout. Within guaranteed catchment for the highly regarded Balcarras Secondary School and offered to the market with no onward chain viewing of this unique detached property comes highly recommended.

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