This beautifully proportioned period villa is the absolute epitome of the Regency era, the property is Grade II listed and retains a wealth of period features whilst in recent years it has been the subject of comprehensive refurbishment to create an exceptional home with immense character and contemporary décor.
This truly exceptional semi-detached Regency villa dates from between 1826 and 1830 and offers versatile and family friendly accommodation approaching 3000 sq.ft set out over four floors including a wonderful open plan kitchen with an adjoining dining room with access to a pretty patio garden, a superb double drawing room with marble fireplaces and four/five bedrooms including three bedroom suites.
Recessed entrance porch leading to an impressive reception hall with a beautiful tiled floor and the original staircase to the upper and lower floors
Outstanding lower ground floor open-plan kitchen with a central island and adjoining dining room, both benefitting from underfloor heating and doors to a private
sunken patio garden, two utility rooms, cloakroom and contemporary shower room
Double drawing room with coved ceilings, sash windows with functioning shutters, exposed timber floors and cast iron fireplaces with marble surrounds
Useful home office/gym or snug room with doors to a lovely walled lawned garden
Four/five bedrooms including three bedroom suites and a stunning four piece family bathroom with a free standing bath and separate shower
External store, lower ground floor side access, two lovely town gardens and residents permit parking
Sydenham Villas Road is located less than half a mile from the town’s vibrant shopping centre which is readily accessible on foot, as are two lovely parks and the popular open air heated lido. Cheltenham is a Regency Spa town on the edge of the Cotswolds; deemed an area of outstanding natural beauty the town hosts several festivals of culture including literature, jazz, science and food as well as several sporting events including the Cheltenham Cricket Festival and the Gold Cup which is the main event at Prestbury Park held every March. The location is also ideal for access to the A40 to London and also the M5 motorway network.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: (F) - £ 2,824.64 pa. (2022/2023).
Epc Rating: Exempt due to the Grade II Listing.
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co.