Standing in an exquisite location in a mature 1/3 acre garden within walking distance of the centre of the village, this wonderful family home offers the potential to improve and extend and offers two/three reception rooms, four bedrooms, garaging and parking as well being offered with no onward chain.
Situated on a private drive on the edge of the popular village of Prestbury, this superb detached home forms part of a small street scene of individual properties tucked away standing in its own magnificent 1/3 acre garden. The property offers versatile accommodation appealing to clients downsizing, growing families or those interested in creating their own home. In brief the property offers two reception rooms, a kitchen with an adjoining utility, shower room with WC, four bedrooms and a bathroom with a separate WC.
Enclosed porch leading to a wide reception hall with a shower room with WC, under stair storage and stairs to the first floor landing
Kitchen fitted with solid wood units and a useful adjoining utility room with a door to the side
Dining room with an feature fireplace and double glazed French doors to the garden
Sitting room with dual aspects windows and patio doors overlooking the magnificent rear garden
Additional versatile reception room presently used as a ground floor double bedroom
Landing with a bathroom and separate WC and doors to three double bedrooms
18’3 single garage with a boiler room and coal store
A stunning south facing 1/3 acre garden with a sweeping lawn interspersed with specimen trees and well stocked borders
Treehaven sits in an enviable location at the end of a peaceful, private lane within a short walk of the excellent amenities the village has to offer, these include a general store, award winning artisan butchers, bakery, a highly regarded gastro restaurant and two public houses. The regional centre of Cheltenham is about 2 miles away, providing a wider range of bespoke shops and restaurants along with a number of highly respected schools. The village is surrounded by beautiful countryside and Cleeve Hill, the highest point of the Cotswold Hills, is within close proximity where there are lovely walks and views.
Mains water, gas, electricity and mains drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: (F) - £2987.68 pa. (2023/2024).
EPC Rating: E
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co. on 01242 222722.