An exquisite mid terrace period cottage with spacious living accommodation approaching 1600sq.ft. on a quiet residential backwater in the heart of the highly desirable St Luke’s district. The property is over three floors including the added benefit of a useful cellarage together with a surprisingly large garden.
Steeped in history and originally dating from 1834, the present owner has lovingly restored this beautiful home with significant improvements made throughout. The quality of finish is exceptional including windows by Everest, bedroom furniture by Sharpe’s and special touches such as a window seat and elegant fireplace in the sitting room, granite work surfaces in the kitchen and modern appointed shower rooms.
•Entrance hall leading to a double drawing room with bay window and lovely aspect in to the conservatory
•Beautifully fitted kitchen installed with a comprehensive range of integrated appliances
•Steps leading down to double width cellarage offering storage which is utilised as a laundry room
•Dining room opening into to the garden room
•Guest bedroom with a bespoke range of fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower-room
•Master bedroom suite comprising of a spacious double bedroom and a spectacular en-suite shower room operating on a ‘Jack and Jill’ arrangement
•Bedroom 3/study fitted with built in cupboards
•A most exquisite and unusual town garden which has been significantly enlarged by the acquisition of a number of small garden plots
In a peaceful location, tucked away in the heart of the popular St. Luke’s district within a short walk of the Parish church, Sandford Park, the famous open air Lido and General Hospital. Cheltenham enjoys excellent shopping facilities ranging from bespoke boutiques and restaurants alongside smaller independent shops and cafes. The town plays host to several well-known schools including Cheltenham College, Cheltenham Ladies College and Dean Close and is regarded as a town rich in culture holding many festivals throughout the year such as Jazz, Literature and racing at Prestbury Park.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: (C) - £1,558.47 pa. (2019/2020).
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co. on 01242 222722.