No onward chain. A fully and thoughtfully renovated four bedroom period townhouse dating from c.1820. Located in an excellent location close to the High Street, Montpellier and a number of good primary schools, this beautifully appointed home has generous accommodation and a landscaped rear garden with pedestrian access.
A beautifully proportioned four-storey period townhouse situated in a popular location within walking distance of the town centre and local parks. This four double bedroom property has been architecturally redesigned and completely renovated throughout to an exacting standard, providing light, generous and well-proportioned accommodation. Situated on a quiet no through road, with private pedestrian rear access and resident permit parking, this property has been the subject of a significant programme of updating and modernisation to create an exceptional home with period fireplaces, period features and double-glazed sash windows. The ground floor plays host to an excellent double drawing room presently utilised as an open plan sitting/dining room. To the rear of the ground floor is a light and sizeable kitchen with a range cooker and plentiful wall and base level units. The kitchen has a utility cupboard, sash windows window overlooking the garden and a stable door. Also on the ground floor is a cloakroom. Stairs rise to the first floor where two generous double bedrooms may be found. Also on this floor is a large family bathroom with corner bath and separate shower enclosure. The top floor also provides two double bedrooms together with a shower room with his and hers wash hand basins. Outside and to the rear of the property is a landscape designed garden complete with patio area, summer house and pedestrian side access onto York Street where the ABC Fairview Play Area may be found.
Sherborne Street is a popular road situated within walking distance of a variety of popular amenities on Prestbury Road whilst the High Street and town centre are reachable on foot at a leisurely pace within 5 minutes. Pittville Park and its popular boating lake, Pump Rooms and children’s play area are also within close walking distance. Also on the doorstep are a variety of popular children’s nurseries, primary schools and secondary schools, with Pittville School within walking distance. Some of the town’s best walking country may be found nearby on Cleeve Common. Access to the A417 and M5 are favourable.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: (D) - £1,955.52pa. (2022/2023).
EPC Rating: TBC.
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co. on 01242 222722.