Tucked away in a quiet residential backwater, close to St. Luke’s Church, a hidden gem, being a former artisans cottage dating from 1823, now fully restored by the present owner, offering delightful cottage style accommodation and enjoying a pretty walled South facing garden.
This mid terrace former artisans cottage dates from about 1823 and is built with rendered and painted elevations, sash windows under a parapet roof. This charming bijou cottage has been significantly upgraded by the present owner and thus is now offered in excellent order, whilst retaining numerous features typical of the era, in particular several charming fireplaces and the exposed original floorboards in a number of rooms.
Sandford Street is a quiet residential backwater, a short walk to St. Luke’s Church, a real hidden gem in a central location within the town. Promenade, High Street and Montpellier are all within a few minutes’ walk, all offering an excellent range of specialist shops, boutiques, restaurants and wine bars. Also with easy reach of the town’s main schooling. About 1 mile to the A40 for access to London and Oxford and some 4 miles to J.11 of the M5 for access to the motorway network.
Mains electricity, water and communal drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: C - £1,365.72pa.
Strictly by prior appointment through Charles Lear & Co. on 01242 222722.