Tucked away in a peaceful town centre location within proximity of the historic St. Luke’s Church, Sandford Park & Lido as well as Cheltenham General Hospital, this lovely late Victorian former cottage offers a spacious kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room with a pretty fireplace, two double bedrooms, an upstairs bathroom & a superb, private, sunny garden.
Dating from the late Victorian period, this lovely mid terrace former artisan’s cottage offers particularly well-proportioned accommodation arranged over two floors. The property is extremely well presented including a cosy sitting room with a pretty fireplace, a spacious kitchen/breakfast room large enough to eat in and with a door to the private garden, and on the first floor there are two spacious double bedrooms and a modern bathroom suite, the property further benefits from residents permit parking which is in operation in this district.
Reception hall with useful understairs storage
Charming sitting room with pretty cast iron functioning fireplace
13’7 Kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a generous amount of wall and base units and space for various electrical appliances
Two very spacious bedrooms both with storage
Modern upstairs bath/shower room fitted with white sanitaryware
Exceptionally private and unusually large south/westerly facing walled town garden which has been recently completed by the present owners
Recently modernized including the rendering of the rear elevation and installation of a new central heating boiler
Sandford Street forms part of the popular residential district fondly referred to as St Luke’s predominantly comprising of Victorian terraced homes and larger town houses. The location is increasingly popular due to its proximity to Cheltenham town centre and excellent local facilities including St. Luke’s Church, Sandford Park & Lido, the General Hospital and Cheltenham College. Within a short walk of this peaceful location is the town’s main High Street and the Promenade, whilst the vibrant Montpellier and Suffolk’s districts, renowned for their thriving and established culture are within a ten minute walk.
Main’s water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: C - £1,414.11 pa. (2021/22)
EPC Rating: C
Viewings are strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co.