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Our New Year Property Picks

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At the start of a new year, lots of us make resolutions to exercise more or to send letters instead of emails and texts. Some of us go a bit further and resolve to find a new home instead. If you’re in the latter camp, then let us help you with your home hunting mission by showing off three of our best.

Sterling Court, Cheltenham, GL51 8LY, £170,000

This two-bedroom, first-floor apartment is ideal for a first-time buyer or as an investment property. The apartment is in the centre of Cheltenham in a quiet cul-de-sac and offers buyers an open plan lounge/dining room, a separate kitchen with lots of workspace and two double bedrooms.

There’s a shower room and the apartment also has a single garage and access to communal gardens. It’s also very easy to get to the town centre and rail station as they’re just a few minutes’ walk away.

The apartment has 114 years left on the lease and there’s an annual service charge of £1,671, annual ground rent of £175 and the property is in council tax band B, which means an annual bill of £1,594.

Leckhampton Rise, Leckhampton Road, Cheltenham, GL53 0AP, £950,000

This impressive three-storey detached house is part of a recent 10-house development and offers buyers expansive views over Leckhampton Hill and Cheltenham. The property has four large double bedrooms and a fifth bedroom which can also serve as a study. The two biggest bedrooms have en suites, with the main bedroom also having a walk-in wardrobe.

There’s off-road parking, a log burner in the spacious lounge and the house even boasts its own air filtration system. All this and a quiet location too!

The council tax band is yet to be decided.

Rosehill Street, Cheltenham, GL52 6SQ, £290,000

This two-bedroom, mid-terrace house is in Charlton Kings and is near to lots of local amenities, such as pubs, Sandford Park and schools.

It’s a well-presented and spacious house with a separate lounge – with fireplace – at the front and an open plan kitchen/diner at the back. The diner area features bifold doors which open onto an enclosed and low-maintenance garden.

The modern family bathroom is on the ground floor and includes a bath with a shower over it.

The house is in council tax band B, which means an annual bill of £1,627.


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