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With a self-contained apartment, this substantial Grade II Listed period villa dates from the early 1820s and enjoys beautifully proportioned accommodation which now offers scope for refurbishment. Standing in this quiet residential backwater within a few minutes walk of the High Street, Promenade and Montpellier.
Description - Dating from the early 1820s and Listed Grade II, the property has the most attractive dressed Ashlar stone elevations with deep sash windows. Internally, this stunning home benefits from a self-contained apartment which has been recently and significantly refurbished, whilst the rest of the property offers scope to update. Many of the original character features remain, including panelled shutters, dog leg staircase, wrought iron balconies and railings.
Wide reception hall with original staircase, beautiful moulded ceilings and an ornate arch with corbels
Two stunning and beautifully proportioned reception rooms divided by parliamentary doors, enjoying spectacular moulded ceilings, plaster work and shutters with the rear room benefitting from a fabulous bow window overlooking the garden
Kitchen/breakfast room and cloakroom
Five double bedrooms and shower room
Fully refurbished self-contained lower ground floor apartment comprising of two double bedrooms, a spacious sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room and courtyard garden
Generous and sunny walled garden embellished by the present owner
Garage and residents permit parking is available
Situation - Set back from the road, this substantial period house is in an enviable location within a short walk to Sandford Park, the Lido and Cheltenham General Hospital. The High Street is within a 10 minute walk, whilst the towns famous Promenade and the Montpellier district which offer a fine range of specialist shops, boutiques, restaurants and wine bars are also within walking distance. Cheltenham is blessed with several internationally recognised schools which are easily accessible. The town also enjoys a number of festivals including literature, jazz, and National Hunt racing at Prestbury Park.
General Information - Services:
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council:[use Contact Agent Button].
Council Tax Band: (E) £2,016.90 pa. (2018/2019).
Strictly by prior appointment through the agents,
Charles Lear & Co. on[use Contact Agent Button].
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