A rare opportunity to acquire a highly individual detached property, located on a peaceful private road and standing in a simply magical south facing 1/3 of an acre garden with a foot bridge over the river Chelt. The property dates from the 1930’s and comes to the market for the first time since 1974, it is also offered with no onward chain and requiring a general and thoughtful programme of modernisation.
Situated on a private road on the edge of the popular village of Charlton Kings, this charming detached home forms part of a street scene of individual properties standing in a magnificent 1/3 acre garden. The accommodation would appeal to clients downsizing, growing families or those interested in creating their own home, in brief the property offers two receptions, a kitchen with an adjoining utility and wet room, four bedrooms and an upstairs bathroom.
Wide reception hall with a cloak room, useful under stair storage and stairs to the first floor
Sitting room with a box bay window with a fitted window seat, overlooking the magical rear garden, and a fireplace creating a focal point in the room
Dining room with glazed doors leading to a large terrace with steps down to a sweeping lawn
Kitchen fitted with solid wood units & breakfast bar
Useful utility/workshop/boot room with a door to the garage and an adjoining wet room
Landing with an airing cupboard off which are four bedrooms, two with built in storage
Integral single garage with an internal door, off road parking for three vehicles at the side of the property
Stunning south facing garden with a sweeping lawn interspersed with specimen trees leading down to the meandering river Chelt.
Charlton Drive is a private no through road situated just off Cirencester Road therefor ideally located for access to the amenities at Sixway’s and the ‘Old Village’ of Charlton Kings, these include a doctors surgery, chemists, optician, supermarkets, public houses and both Parish and Roman Catholic Churches. Also within 0.3 of a mile of the property there is a selection of popular schools including the revered Balcarras Academy, Glenfall Primary and both St. Edwards Senior and Prep Schools whilst Cheltenham town centre is just over two miles distant, the A40 to the Cotswolds, Oxford & London and A435 to Cirencester are both in immediate proximity of the property.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: G - £3,318.20 pa.
EPC Rating: D
Viewings are strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents.