Situated on the raised ground floor of this historic Grade II listed Regency building, this fine period apartment is full of character. The original moulded ceilings, rose, shutters and skirting boards are still intact and in addition the property benefits from both front & rear balconies, a private patio garden and an allocated parking space.
Forming part of a historic Grade II listed Regency terrace, set back from a wide tree lined road within walking distance of the fashionable Montpellier district and the Promenade, this spacious apartment comes to the market with no onward chain and requiring a general programme of updating. Being on the raised ground floor of the building the apartment benefits from high ceilings and deep sash windows flooding the property with light. The drawing room also has the benefit of a marble fireplace, private patio garden and an allocated parking bay at the rear of the building.
Impressive Grade II listed building converted into a small number of self-contained apartments
Highly sought after location within walking distance of Montpellier, Suffolk’s and the Promenade
Spacious kitchen, large enough to dine in, fitted with a range of wall and base units fitted with integrated appliances and a door leading to the rear balcony
Wonderful drawing room retaining the original sash windows which open onto the original balcony along with a versatile galleried library/study area
Large double bedroom with generous storage
Bathroom suite with a shower over the bath
Front and rear balconies, private patio garden and an allocated parking bay at the rear of the property
Offered with no onward chain
Bayshill Road, is a wide tree lined avenue comprising of a fine selection of large Regency buildings, some of which are residential homes whilst others are commercial buildings including luxury hotels and Cheltenham Ladies College and their facilities. Within immediate proximity there is a wide choice of independent shops, boutiques, and restaurants such as the Ivy and Brasserie Blanc as well as several wine bars and the Queens Hotel. Cheltenham is a town known for its excellent schools including the Ladies College, Cheltenham College and Dean Close all of which are within walking distance. The town also enjoys a multitude of festivals including literature, food and music.
Tenure: Leasehold with a share of the freehold.
Length of Lease: 999 Years from 20/11/1981
Service Charge: £72.91 per month & G.R £30.00 p.a
Managing Agent: Number 7 Royal Parade Residents Association Limited.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: (B) - £1,520.96 pa. (2022/2023).
Viewings are strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co.