This stunning four bedroom townhouse enjoys beautifully bright and spacious accommodation over four floors and benefits from an array of character features typical of the era. The gardens are larger than average and particularly private whilst there is also gated off road parking under a tiled carport.
Set behind wrought iron railings and approached via stone steps through a recessed porch, this beautifully proportioned end-terrace townhouse which dates from the late 1800’s has recently painted elevations and enjoys wonderfully bright and spacious accommodation arranged over four floors. Retaining a plethora of character features typical of the era including original floorboards, fireplaces in many of the rooms, tall ceilings and cove cornicing, the property benefits from four large double bedrooms and two bath/shower rooms including an en-suite to the master bedroom. The living accommodation is predominantly on the raised ground floor and includes a wonderful formal dining room with feature fireplace and wide bay window, a sitting room with fireplace and pretty aspect whilst the kitchen/breakfast room is contemporary and benefits from a central island with potential to extend into the existing utility room which enjoys a beautiful outlook over the rear garden. The basement offers a mixture of useful storage and a wine cellar together with a further room with excellent head height presently used as a home office. Outside and to the rear is a larger than average town style garden with red brick walling, areas laid to lawn and patio whilst there is a carport, shed and vehicular access for off road parking. The front of the property benefits from a pretty and colourful garden.
Located along this highly regarded tree lined avenue which forms part of the renowned Pittville district of Cheltenham, famous for its Grade I Listed Pump Rooms, boating lake and stunning parkland setting. Pittville is synonymous with splendid Regency architecture and the property is located within walking distance of the town centre and numerous bespoke amenities including a sought after boutique hotel, a dentist and coffee shops to name but a few. All Saints Church is nearby, as are a number of highly regarded schools including Berkhampstead School and Holy Trinity.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: (F) - £2,532.50pa. (2019/2020).
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co. on 01242 222722.