A beautifully restored townhouse in a popular location with bright and spacious accommodation arranged over three floors including four bedrooms, various reception rooms and the unusual benefit of a garage providing secure off road parking together with a stunning west facing town garden.
This beautifully appointed town house is offered in exemplary condition. Stone steps lead up to an imposing front door, beyond which is a very practical lobby leading through to the impressive reception hall. On the raised ground floor there are two substantial reception rooms, both enjoying numerous features typical of the era and in particular, two beautiful fireplaces. Also on the raised ground floor is the fourth bedroom together with a cloakroom. The original staircase rises to the first floor where three further generous bedrooms may be found, all of which are of proportions consistent with double bedrooms. The principal bedroom which is located to the front of the house enjoys a recently upgraded en-suite shower room whilst the two remaining bedrooms are serviced by an excellent family bathroom located on the mezzanine landing. The first floor also has a walk-in airing cupboard. The lower ground floor, which is by no means subterranean, plays host to a magnificent kitchen/dining room with central island, AGA and well-considered pantry. This level also has a spacious boot/utility room, cloakroom and further benefits from access to the front of the property. Outside and to the rear is a professionally landscaped westerly facing town garden which may be accessed from the ground and lower ground floors. Also included is a double garage with electric door providing easily accessible off road parking.
Situated along this popular tree lined road in the heart of the central conservation area, 86 All Saints Road is set well back from the road behind wrought iron railings with a pretty front garden. Within walking distance is an eclectic mix of amenities including a convenience store on Hewlett Road, whilst a little further afield, although still within walking distance, is Sandford Park together with its famous Lido, Cheltenham General Hospital and Pittville Park with its popular boating lake and Pump Rooms. The High Street and Promenade are also within walking distance are many of the town’s sought after schools.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: (E) - £2,320.24 pa. (2021/2022).
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co. on 01242 222722.