Standing in a remarkably quiet location at the end of this established and highly sought after cul de sac, this is a substantial detached family home requiring a sympathetic programme of updating set in a wonderfully large and mature plot of about 0.35 of an acre which leads down to the Lilley Brook.
Understood to date from 1959, this substantial detached property has mellow brick elevations under a tiled roof. Lake End has been in the same ownership for a considerable number of years and would therefore now benefit from a sympathetic programme of both restoration and reorganisation. Currently, the property has only three bedrooms, but we believe that the largest would easily divide into two. The house is set well back from the cul de sac being particularly well screened and benefiting from a sizeable driveway providing off road parking for a number of vehicles. The gardens boast a South Westerly aspect.
Charlton Close is an established cul de sac created principally in the 1950’s comprising a small number of substantial detached properties, all set in large plots. Nearby amenities include a Sainsbury’s Local and several other shops, whilst the old village of Charlton Kings and Six Ways boasts a wider range of shops and supermarkets, proactive Parish church and several pubs. The centre of Cheltenham is some 2½ miles distant whilst the town’s nearby and internationally renowned schooling are all easily accessible and the property is within the Balcarras catchment area.
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: G - £2,586.97pa.
Strictly by prior appointment through Charles Lear & Co. on 01242 222722.