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A rare chance to acquire one of these sought after family homes just a stones throw from the Botanical Gardens.
Betjeman Gardens is a small, exclusive cul-de-sac which enjoys the most wonderful position. Lying just off Endcliffe Vale Road, the property is only a stones throw from the Botanical Gardens and a short walk to the bustling centres of Hunters Bar and Broomhill. As well as the Botanical Gardens, Endcliffe and Bingham Parks lie close by. There is also excellent school catchment for children of all ages. The property was built approximately 28 years ago and offers all the benefits of a more modern build compared to many of its Victorian neighbours, yet still features quality touches such as its solid hardwood double glazing and its generous proportions. The property offers accommodation over three floors and is sold with benefits such as a conservatory, enclosed garden, driveway and garage.
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