Standing in an enviable position on the upper slopes of Cleeve Hill commanding dramatic views across the Severn Vale, this exceptional contemporary home is approached by a long sweeping gated drive providing parking for 5/6 vehicles. The presentation of the property is stylish and tasteful with the addition of a detached annexe ideal for rental purposes.
The Square House is a highly individual, imposing property with generous accommodation arranged over three floors, in excess of 4000 sq.ft, with the addition of a detached annex, ideal for rental purposes. Entering the property through a wide recessed porch onto the raised ground floor level, there is a sizeable reception hall with a vaulted ceiling, with a useful cloaks/utility off, which then leads to a spectacular open plan kitchen/breakfast/sitting room with access to a generous sun terrace to enjoy the magnificent, every changing seasonal views towards Nottingham Hill, across the Severn Vale & the Cleeve Hill escarpment. Further accommodation on this level includes a versatile winter snug or formal sitting room, with an adjoining orangery/dining room and two superb double bedroom suites, one presently used as a study. Occupying the entirety of the first floor and approached by an impressive glass staircase, is the principal bedroom suite, comprising of a large sitting room, with access to a vast rooftop garden/terrace, a double bedroom and en-suite bathroom. On the lower ground floor is a second reception hall, with a practical store room, boot room, potential bedroom and a further double bedroom suite with a door to the plant room. Externally, the property is bounded by high Cotswold stone walling, leading to a parking area for approximately 5/6 vehicles, whilst the gardens are low maintenance, with areas of lawn bounded by well-stocked borders. In addition, there is a detached annex, presently used for Air B&B, comprising of a large bed/sitting room with a kitchenette and shower room off.
The Square House stands close to the crest of Cleeve Hill, a glorious position to enjoy the breath taking views across the Severn Vale. Local amenities can be found in the neighbouring villages of Prestbury, Woodmancote and Bishops Cleeve, which include primary and secondary schools, medical centres, chemists, supermarkets, cafes, restaurants, independent shops and a number of popular public houses. The larger regional town of Cheltenham is some four miles distant, offering a wider range of local and bespoke shops along with several internationally regarded schools including Cheltenham Ladies College and Pate’s Grammar School.
Mains water, gas and electricity are connected to the property. The property benefits from an air sourced heating system, Airflow System and solar panels.
Tewkesbury Borough Council: 01684 295010.
Council Tax Band: G - £3,312.00 pa. (2023/2024).