Standing on a peaceful road, forming part of a historic terrace of period townhouses, this exquisite villa has been the subject of a wide ranging programme of renovation to create a simply beautiful home of classic proportions complimented by a wonderful and generous walled garden with a thriving magnolia tree.
This impressive Victorian villa is set back from the road with the benefit of a pretty front garden and provides beautifully proportioned and versatile accommodation laid out over four floors. The property underwent a comprehensive level of refurbishment approximately three years ago, undertaken by the present owners, including rewiring, new pressurised heating system with underfloor heating on the ground floor along with bespoke radiators throughout the remainder of the property, replacement of the kitchen and bath/shower rooms, installation of fireplaces and wood burning stoves to create focal points in the two principal reception rooms along with complete redecoration and newly laid carpets throughout. The garden has also been the subject of a detailed programme of landscaping including the rebuilding of the perimeter walls creating a stunning walled garden with a sunken terrace suitable for outside dining, and the addition of a useful and sizeable shed, ideal for storage or conversion into the workshop. Internally the property benefits from an outstanding open plan kitchen which leads to the dining area which in turn has double doors to the garden. On the raised ground floor there are two superb reception rooms and a cloakroom and on the first floor there are two double bedrooms, a four piece bathroom and separate shower room whilst on the second floor there is a further double bedroom. The property is offered with no onward chain and there is a residents parking scheme in operation in the area.
This beautiful villa is located in the highly sought-after district of St Luke’s, which comprises of mainly period homes predominately set around the iconic St Luke’s church. The location is favourable for access to many of the town’s main transport links including the A40 to the Cotswolds, Oxford and London and also many of the excellent amenities including the fashionable Montpellier district, the Promenade, Bath Road in Leckhampton and also the High Street. Also notably close are several revered schools such as Cheltenham College & Cheltenham Ladies College as well as beautiful parks, the open air lido, East Gloucestershire Racket Club and Cheltenham Hospital.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: (E) - £2,390.08 (2022/2023).
EPC Rating: E.
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