This wonderful detached home comes to the market for the first time in 23 years and is offered in exceptional condition throughout standing in a stunning and beautifully established 1/3 acre garden with a wide sun terrace to fully enjoy the glorious and unrivalled views over the Severn Vale and distantly the Black Mountains and Malvern Hills.
This impressive detached property dates from the 1960’s and offers exceptional and beautifully presented accommodation including a superb 30’ kitchen/breakfast room, separate sitting room, five bedrooms, four of which are doubles, and a stunning family friendly garden, the property also offers the opportunity to enlarge further if required.
Individual detached property standing in grounds approaching 1/3 acre with sweeping lawns edged by a vast array of specimen shrubs, plants and trees with the
addition of a wide sun terrace to enjoy the views
Large reception hall with a cloakroom fitted with contemporary sanitary ware and a separate utility room with a door to the garage
Superb open plan 30’ kitchen/breakfast room which spans almost all of the rear of the property, refitted three years ago with a bespoke kitchen showcasing the very
best in contemporary design with a central island and large glazed sliding doors to fully enjoy the spectacular views over the racecourse & town
Dual aspect sitting room, again with a wonderful view, feature fireplace and oak flooring
Four doubles and one single bedroom/office, two bath/shower rooms including the principal suite, and three bedrooms have panoramic views
Large single garage, housing the boiler, with an electric door and off road parking for 3/4 vehicles
Kyle House stands on a private road comprising of a small number of properties tucked away on the lower slopes of Cleeve Hill, affording some of the most spectacular views the area has to offer as well as being within a short walk of the summit of Cleeve Common. The neighbouring villages of Woodmancote and Prestbury offer an excellent choice of day to day amenities including schools, grocers, artisan butchers and several popular public houses whilst the larger regional towns of Winchcombe and Cheltenham are both within four miles and provide a greater selection of bespoke shops, supermarkets, restaurants and several internationally regarded schools.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Tewkesbury Borough Council: 01684 295010.
Council Tax Band: G - £3,068.16 pa. (2023/2024).
EPC Rating: D
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co.