An attractive semi-detached period property positioned on one of Cheltenham’s most favoured and peaceful roads. With off road parking and a west facing garden, this exceptional Grade II Listed villa is beautifully presented and proportioned and provides the potential to create a self-contained apartment.
Constructed in c.1843, this delightful Victorian Grade II listed semi-detached villa is one of a pair of villas built with impressive proportions typical of the era. The property is rendered with painted elevations complimented by beautiful arched triple sash windows. Internally, the impeccably presented accommodation is laid out over three floors and retains a wealth of period features including marble fireplaces, pretty moulded ceilings and deep wooden skirting boards. Set back from the road and bounded by wrought iron railings with the benefit of off street parking, the property is approached by stone steps to the raised ground floor. Internally there is a useful outer hall leading to a grand reception hall. On this floor is an impressive double drawing room with both rooms benefitting from elegant marble fireplaces and moulded ceilings. At the rear of the property is a modern fitted kitchen and a versatile conservatory with doors to the garden. On the mezzanine level is an exceptional bathroom with a free standing bath and separate shower whilst on the first floor there are three bedrooms. The lower ground floor has historically been used as a separate apartment and has comprises of a hall, sitting room/further bedroom, double bedroom with en-suite shower room, cloakroom, storeroom and utility room/secondary kitchen. To the rear of the property is an enchanting partly walled garden enjoying south and west facing aspects and affording a high degree of privacy.
Located in the heart of Montpellier near the popular Montpellier Gardens and within a short walk of a large variety of bars, boutiques, cafés and restaurants in the area and neighbouring The Suffolk’s. The property is within a stone’s throw of the town’s main schooling, some of which are within walking distance including Cheltenham College and Cheltenham Ladies’ College. Bath Road and its eclectic mix of amenities are within walking distance, as is the General Hospital and Sandford Park with its incredibly popular Lido. The A40 to Oxford and London and the A417 to Cirencester are also easily accessible.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council:
Council Tax Band (F) - £2,742.11pa. (2020/2021).
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co. On .