Finished to exacting standards by a reputable local developer, this deceptively spacious townhouse benefits from off road parking for two cars, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and spacious living accommodation. A generous studio room suitable for a home office sits at the end of a courtyard garden.
Set back from the road and approached through impressive wrought iron railings and an imposing front door, this remarkably spacious townhouse, built by County to County Property Group, has accommodation measuring 1,690sq.ft. over two floors with the inclusion of a substantial studio at the end of a landscaped town garden. The wide reception hall offers a cloakroom together with space for storage or an occasional study area under the stairs which rise to the first floor. The kitchen/dining room is beautifully proportioned and is fitted with a German kitchen offering a range of contemporary wall and base level storage units, Siemens appliances and a generous breakfast bar. The dining area has a large roof light and bi-folding doors opening onto the raised courtyard. Glazed double doors lead through to the sitting room from the kitchen where a large sash window maximises the available light. The first floor offers three double bedrooms and two bath/shower rooms including an en-suite shower room to the principal bedroom at the rear of the house. All the bedrooms have fitted wardrobes. Outside and to the rear is a surprisingly private courtyard which has been cleverly split into two levels. The upper level, which is accessed from the kitchen/dining room through bi-folding doors, is block paved and has steps leading down to a lower courtyard which provides access into the self-contained studio which would make for an excellent home office or gym.
101 London Road is within c.150yards of the junction with Old Bath Road. There are a small number of local shops at this junction and a wider range are also available within walking distance at Sixways whilst the High Street and Promenade are both within a 10 minute walk. Sandford Park and the Lido is a short walk away as is the General Hospital. Cheltenham boasts a wide range of internationally renowned festivals including the famous Gold Cup National Hunt Festival in addition to the popular Literary, Science and Music Festivals held in some of Cheltenham’s fine gardens and landmark buildings.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: (E) - £2,320.24 pa. (2021/2022).
Viewings are strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co. on 01242 222722.