City views from front first floor and second floor rooms
Attractively planted gardens
Permit parking for residents – Zone 03
Council Tax Band E: £1977.63 (2018/19)
No onward chain of sales
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This late Victorian (circa 1886) end of terrace townhouse has nicely proportioned accommodation over three levels and is situated in a quiet little street with a good range of shops and amenities in the area. Close to National Trust parkland, walks and cycling along the canal towpath. The location could not be better if you want to live in a prime suburban location just a short walk from the city centre.
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