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St. Margarets Road,
Evesham

Guide price £205,000 743 sq. ft.

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A well-presented three bedroomed semi-detached home on the popular Charity Crescent development with off road parking and garage.

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  • Nearby to amenities
  • Ease of access to Cheltenham
  • Garage and driveway
  • Good sized garden
Having an entrance hallway providing access into the lounge which is a light reception room with a door to the kitchen/diner which leads out to the larger than average rear garden. The first floor offers a double master bedroom and two further bedrooms, along with family bathroom. Nearby amenities include Morrison's superstore, various DIY stores, petrol station, Hungry Horse pub and access to the dual track to Cheltenham. 743 sq. ft. EPC=C.

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The centre of the town is a conservation area, with picture-postcard cottages dotted around the old abbey with desirable Georgian properties and townhouses (Bridge Street and Broad Street in particular have lots of listed buildings). Residents favourite go-tos are said to include the covered market and The Pickled Plum pub, as well as the many independent shops and restaurants.

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