A rare opportunity to acquire a substantial detached property located in what has to be one of the finest positions on the upper slopes of the Battledown Estate. Dalegarth, stands in a generous almost level garden of 0.86 of an acre and comes to the market with no onward chain and for the first time since its construction.
Constructed c.1969 this imposing detached property stands in an unrivalled position tucked away off Beechwood Close on the upper slopes of Battledown Hill. The property has been a much loved home for the last fifty or so years and comes to the open market in need of either sympathetic updating or alternatively the existing dwelling could be replaced subject to consent.
An idyllic position at the end of a sweeping drive with the benefit of an extensive amount of parking, double garaging, boiler room & former wine store
Peaceful location with beautiful views over its own established grounds which are largely laid to lawn interspersed with a variety of mature specimen trees with the
benefit of a pedestrian gate to Ashley Road
Requiring updating whilst also offering the potential to replace with a new dwelling
Existing accommodation in excess of 3200 sq.ft comprising of a reception hall with storage & stairs to the first floor, cloakroom, dual aspect drawing room with a bar
and adjoining dining room, sizable kitchen with a door to the garden along with a snug, office or playroom
Wonderful galleried landing affording a picturesque view of the front garden, five superb bedrooms in particular the principal and two bath/shower rooms including
the principal bedroom suite
Dalegarth stands at the end of a long sweeping drive off Beechwood Close which is an incredibly peaceful and established setting situated off Ashley Road. Battledown is a historic, private & barriered estate dating from 1859 which covers 120 acres and comprises of a limited number of individual detached dwellings recognized as being the premier district for luxury homes in the town. A selection of day to day amenities can be found in Charlton Kings whilst the town centre is approximately a mile away providing a greater range. Cheltenham is known for its excellent schools many of which are close to the property & the A40 provides access to Oxford and London.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: (G) - £3,213.13 pa. (2022/2023).
EPC Rating: C
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents Charles Lear & Co.