Situated on the lower ground floor within an impressive and imposing Grade II* Listed Regency townhouse, this substantial two bedroom apartment has been thoroughly and thoughtfully renovated by the present owners to offer spacious and well-proportioned accommodation with a private entrance.
Situated within a stunning and imposing Grade II* listed townhouse which forms part of an impressive parade of regency ashlar stone properties. Flat 2, 3A is located at the rear of the building therefore benefitting from its own front door and courtyard garden shared with just one other apartment. The accommodation is particularly spacious and retains features such as sash windows and high ceilings both of which are typical of the era and are now complimented with a contemporary kitchen and bathroom together with neutral decoration and flooring throughout. The property further affords a generous reception room, spacious master bedroom with fitted wardrobes, large second bedroom with fitted wardrobe and storage/boiler cupboard.
Situated behind Malvern Road on a peaceful residential backwater in one of Cheltenham’s most fashionable districts. Located within striking distance of the Promenade and the shops, bars, restaurants and boutiques in Montpellier, whilst also offering excellent access to Waitrose, GCHQ and the M5 motorway.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
150 years from 2017. Ground Rent: £100 pa.
Maintenance charge: Yet to be set - the communal areas and exterior of the building have been thoroughly refurbished so will be affordable and realistic.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: A - £1,060.57 pa.
Viewings are strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co. on 01242 222722.
THE LANSDOWN ESTATE
The estate was largely completed between 1831 and 1848 under the supervision of the Jearrad brothers, two architects who transformed the original plans and were responsible for creating the immense convex Lansdown Crescent as well as Lansdown Terrace and Lansdown Parade. Primarily built in brick with dressed stone frontages, these large family houses epitomise 19th Century Cheltenham with its wealthy leisured class. Many of the properties have been converted into apartments as the original houses were deemed too large for modern family living.