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Tedder Avenue,
Credenhill

Offers in excess of £170,000 743 sq. ft.

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Two bedroom end terrace house in popular village location.

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  • Two double bedrooms
  • Popular village location
  • Countryside views
  • Off road parking
Light and airy open plan living with modern fitted kitchen with two double bedrooms and contemporary shower room upstairs. Enclosed family sized garden and parking for 2 cars to the front of the property. The property is also double glazed and centrally heated. 743 sq ft.

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A flourishing agricultural city, set on the River Wye only 16 miles from Welsh border. Its handsome cathedral is home to famous Mappa Mundi, the oldest medieval map of the world still in existence!

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