A thoroughly renovated townhouse in a highly desirable position overlooking St. Luke’s Church. The accommodation measures 2,308sq.ft. and includes three beautifully proportioned double bedrooms, three bath/shower rooms and spacious living over the ground and lower ground floors.
Wrought iron railings bound the house at the front with a gate and steps leading up to the recessed porch and front door. The reception hall is particularly light and has the original staircase leading to the first floor. The raised ground floor provides two beautifully proportioned reception rooms: the sitting room to the front has a feature fireplace and has a view to St. Luke’s Church, whilst the dining room to the rear overlooks the garden. Also on the raised ground floor is a cloakroom. The lower ground floor offers a stunning open-plan kitchen, complete with central island and breakfast bar, together with bi-folding doors opening into the garden. The seating area to the front of the lower ground floor makes this floor a wonderfully social area. Also on this level is a utility room and a large amount of storage. Number 30 has three double bedrooms together with three bath/shower rooms located over the first and second floors. The principal bedroom is located on the first floor and offers a dual aspect with a view of the church in addition to an en-suite shower room. Bedroom three and the separate bathroom are also on this floor whilst the guest bedroom is situated on the second floor and offers a vast amount of storage space un the eaves in addition to an en-suite shower room. Outside and to the rear is a westerly facing walled town garden with pedestrian access. Permit parking is available outside.
Standing in the highly regarded and sought-after parish of St Luke’s and within meters of the architecturally inspiring church, this fine property is located in the heart of this popular district and close by, there are two beautiful parks, one with a children’s play area and also Sandford Park with the famous Lido, a lovely open-air pool open during the summer months. Within a very short and enjoyable walk there are several excellent facilities located on the High Street, Promenade and in Montpellier, ranging from bespoke boutiques and cafes to fine restaurants and high street stores.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: (C) £1,821.90pa. 2023/2024.
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co. on 01242 222722.