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A beautifully appointed, most characterful home, hidden away in this secret terrace in the heart of Meersbrook.
It is with pleasure that we offer to the market this three bedroom terraced home on Rushdale Avenue in Meersbrook. This lower section of Rushdale Avenue is one of Meersbrooks hidden gems; hidden away from the road and public view, the terrace can only be accessed on foot from Rushdale Terrace, off Rushdale Road itself. What this offers is a location just minutes from Meersbrook Park and the extensive amenities of Chesterfield road, but with a position of quiet solitude, with a wonderful, green and leafy outlook to the rear. The property has been much improved by our current owners and now offers beautifully presented accommodation over three floors with such features as a dining kitchen, living room with wood burner, stunning top floor attic bedroom and a really attractive rear garden. Viewing is essential.
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