No Onward Chain. This iconic Regency style apartment building stands in a prominent position in the heart of the central conservation area. The building was built just over 20 years ago to a high specification with the benefit of lift access directly from the front door to the subterranean parking where the owner has an allocated parking space. The complex has a mature, quiet courtyard. This particularly spacious apartment is located on the fourth floor and has well designed, spacious and light accommodation including a fitted kitchen with separate dining room, drawing room, three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Built in C.2000, this is an iconic Regency style development with bow fronted double glazed sash windowed elevations. No.32 is on the top floor thus enjoying views from many of the rooms, and the internal accommodation has been well maintained by the current owners who have lived here since new. The characterful accommodation includes a beautiful bow fronted, split level Living/Dining room and 2 principal double bedrooms both with en suite facilities. No onward chain.
Within walking distance of High Street, Promenade and Sandford Park
Close to the A40 for access to the Cotswolds, Oxford and London
First time on the market since new
Communal Reception Hall with stairs and lift access from the parking to the private door of No.32
Entrance hall with airing cupboard and further storage, Cloak/Utility Room & laundry facilities
Stunning bow fronted Living/Dining Room
Integrated Kitchen/Breakfast Room with granite worktops and TV and telephone points
3 Bedrooms with generous fitted wardrobes, including principal with en suite Wet Room and Guest Suite plus separate study
Allocated & visitor parking, gardens & storage
Wellington Place stands at the junction of Priory Street and London Road, thus the town centre and Montpellier are all within a short walk offering a good variety of day to day and more specialist shops, cafes and restaurants, the Everyman theatre and Playhouse. All the town’s main schools are within a short drive, whilst Cheltenham is renowned for its varied selection of festivals during each calendar year. Sandford with its famed Lido outdoor pool and The General Hospital are again within a short walk.
Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage. Modern electric boiler central heating with portable wireless thermostat control.
Local Authority: Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626. Council Tax Band: F - £2,742.11 pa. (2020/2021).
Tenure: Leasehold with a share of freehold. Lease Approx.979 years. Charges Approx. £1800.00 per annum