This charming Grade II listed villa forms part of one of Cheltenham’s finest early Regency terraces dating from the 1830’s tucked away just off the Bath Road. The property retains a wealth of period features including plaster work cornicing & corbels, sash windows with casement shutters and fireplaces to list a few.
In a remarkably quiet location within walking distance of many of the town’s most popular districts including the Bath Road, Suffolk’s, Montpellier and the Promenade this well-loved home offers beautifully proportioned accommodation laid out over three floors with the benefit of two off road parking spaces at the front and a generous and beautifully stocked cottage style garden at the rear. Entering the property via stone steps to the raised ground floor there is a wonderfully wide reception hall retaining the original staircase, mouldings and corbels off which is a classic double drawing room with large picture sash windows at the front and rear flooding the rooms with light, the ceiling mouldings are intact in both rooms as are the fireplaces whilst the rear reception room has the benefit of craftsmen made bespoke cabinets in both chimney recesses. At the rear of the property there is a versatile study/store with plumbing and a pedestrian door which leads to the original stone steps to the rear garden, On the lower floor there is a fantastic open plan entertaining space comprising of a bespoke kitchen with a central island, extensive storage and dual sinks and a large adjoining dining room with a striking cast iron gas fired stove and a door leading to the sunken terrace at the front, also on the ground floor there is a useful utility cupboard providing space for kitchen appliance, a cloakroom and a study whilst on the first floor there are three bedrooms, the principal has the benefit of fitted wardrobes, the guest has a vanity unit and the third is presently utilised as a second study.
Paragon Terrace comprises of just six imposing Regency townhouses located on a private road quietly tucked away within close proximity of Cheltenham College, General Hospital, open air Lido and the ever popular Montpellier district which offers an excellent choice of restaurants, wine bars, cafes and boutiques. The property is also in reach of a number of beautiful open green spaces such as Sandford Park, the Imperial & Montpellier Gardens, where a variety of festivals and events are held throughout the year, as well as being favourably placed for access to the A40 to the Cotswolds, Oxford and London and the A417 to Cirencester and M5 Motorways at Junction 11.
Grade II Listed
Services: Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: (F) - £2,824.64pa. (2022/2023).
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co.