This charming detached cottage stands behind a high hedge, creating a great deal of privacy, on a quiet road within proximity of local amenities as well as both St Edwards and Balcarras Schools. Understood to date from 1837 as a former Methodist Chapel this unique home retains a wealth of character and stands in beautiful part-walled tiered gardens created by the owners.
This quintessential character cottage stands in a beautifully created garden and retains a wealth of features which have been lovingly enhanced by the addition of bespoke and reclaimed windows, handcrafted ceilings and solid wood kitchen units as well as pretty fireplaces in both reception rooms.
Popular & convenient no through road consisting of an interesting range of highly individual historic houses and cottages
Porch leading to an attractive hall, the front door having a specially commissioned stained glass panel with access to the downstairs shower room and cosy dual
aspect snug with a living flame fire
Sitting room with a living flame fire inset in a fireplace and a partially vaulted hand crafted ceiling with a door to a galleried bedroom/study with a reclaimed arch
Superb kitchen/breakfast room with a spectacular handcrafted vaulted wooden ceiling and an adjoining utility room, both with underfloor heating leading to garage,
currently subdivided into a workshop & gym
Three first floor bedrooms and two bath/shower rooms including the principal bedroom suite
Idyllic tiered garden with a large decked area ideal for summer dining, sweeping lawns, thriving flower beds and a sunken patio & parking for one vehicle
Situated in the popular village of Charlton King’s within proximity of a very good choice of local amenities and schools at Sixways and in the ‘Old Village’ this beautiful cottage stands on a quiet backwater yet it is well placed for access into Cheltenham town centre which is only 1.5 miles distant equating to an eight minute drive or twenty minute walk from the property. The location is also favourable for access to the A40 to the Cotswolds, Oxford and London, the A435 to Cirencester whilst nearby Aggs and Leckhampton Hills provide some of the area’s most energetic country walks and views across the town
Services: Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: D (2022/2023) £1,990.92 p.a.
EPC Rating: D
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co.