Located in an excellent position close to highly respected schools, Tivoli, Montpellier and Hatherley Park, this substantial semi- detached property provides accommodation approaching 2000sqft ideal for a family, dating from the 1930’s retaining a wealth of character, generous gardens and parking.
This substantial semi-detached three storey home dates from c1934 -1936 and provides generous accommodation ideal for a growing family. The property retains the architectural style popular of the era including high ceilings, leaded and stained glass windows and attractive moulded ceilings. During the present owners twenty three year tenure the property has been the subject of not only a significant amount of modernisation but also enlargement by the way of a loft conversion to create a superb principal bedroom suite which occupies the top floor. Presented in exceptional order the layout of the property is ergonomic in particular on the ground floor. Entering the property there is a wide reception hall, a spacious formal drawing room with a wide bay window and a pretty period style fireplace and at the rear there is a cosy and versatile open plan sitting room with a wood burning stove, dining area with double doors to the garden and a beautifully appointed bespoke kitchen which is large enough to dine in. There is also a downstairs cloakroom fitted with quality white sanitary ware. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, family bathroom and separate WC and on the second floor there is a beautiful principal bedroom suite with wonderful views of the garden and the hills beyond. The property stands is a stunning well stocked and sizable family friendly garden and further benefits from a wealth of off road parking.
For a young family, Beckside, is ideally placed for either Dean Close or Bournside Schools, as both are within a short walk, as is Hatherley Park a lovely open green space popular in the area. Close by are excellent amenities in Up Hatherley and Tivoli the latter benefits from a wide range of shops including an artisan bakery/delicatessen, iron mongers, bespoke wine merchant and a thriving gastro pub. The town centre is within 1 mile and offers a wider range of amenities and both the railway station and access to the M5 are within a few minutes’ drive.
The services connected to the property are mains water, gas, electricity and drainage.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: (E) - £2,220.35pa. (2020/2021).
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co. on 01242 222722.