- Stunning Four/Five Bedroom Home With Two Reception Rooms And Four Bathrooms Set Over Three Floors
- Freehold Wing Residence Forming Part Of A Handsome Grade II Listed Villa circa 1830s
- Period Features To Include Fireplaces, Elevated Ceilings, Ornate Cornicing And Tall Sash Windows
- Extensive Private Grounds To The Front And Rear
- Enclosed Rear Garden, Two Patio Areas And Driveway Parking For Several Cars
- Highly Sought After Location, Set Back From The Road And Within Two Minutes Walk Of Pittville Park
The Grange is a freehold wing forming part of this handsome Grade II listed villa in Pittville circa the 1830s. The property has undergone a significant renovation by the current owners with superb attention to detail and now offers well-proportioned accommodation arranged over three floors to include four generous bedrooms, two reception rooms, three bathrooms, and beautiful generous outside spaces.
Period features have been enhanced and include attractive fireplaces, elevated ceilings, oak engineered wooden flooring, coving and French doors from the dining room open onto a tiled sun terrace, a perfect private spot, over-looking the rear garden. This property offers an impressive and light space that seamlessly integrates with outside to provide both chic entertaining opportunities and a cosy home in the winter with an open fire.
The setting for this stunning house is set back from the Evesham Road off a mixed gravel driveway offering parking for several vehicles and tree-lined, wrought iron railed frontage for additional privacy.
Access to the main ground floor accommodation is via the side of the house through a gate which adjoins the house to the detached garage. There is planning permission in place for the garage to be converted.
Creating a private entrance courtyard area, there are steps up to the main upper ground floor of the house, a door to a detached garage, access to the kitchen with a sheltered cover that is connecting to the garage and stairs with wrought iron handrail leading to the lower ground floor accommodation, there is also access to the enclosed rear garden from this area.
The main entrance leads into an L shaped entrance hallway with access to the upstairs, sitting room which is at the front of the property, the downstairs accommodation, and steps down into the dining room which is located at the rear of the property.
The entrance hall has a fitted cork mat area and is neutrally carpeted and decorated throughout with a beautiful colourful stained glass panel above an open doorway with plenty of room for coat and shoe storage.
The sitting room has elevated ceilings with tall skirting boards and a stunning bay fronted window area which creates a light and spacious feel. With neutral fitted carpets underfoot, a log burner fireplace with black stone hearth, white painted surround, and exposed brick inner.
Back through the hallway and into the second reception/dining room there is access to an outdoor patio area, the kitchen, and also a bathroom.
The dining room is fitted with carpet and offers plenty of room for a dining table and chairs, natural light from the rear and side of the property, elevated ceilings, sash window, and French doors opening on to a beautifully elevated patio area overlooking the garden.
The bathroom has been tiled throughout and offers WC, hand washbasin and glass shower enclosure with sliding door, opaque window, and ceiling spotlights.
The kitchen is at the rear of the property and is accessed via the dining room down a few steps. With warm oak engineered flooring throughout and a great selection of white painted wall and base units with oak handles this kitchen has a real Cotswold country style feel to it.
The kitchen is a great size and offers plenty of space to have a central butcher's block or dining table and chairs in the centre of the room. There is plenty of storage on offer, space for a range cooker, and several integral appliances including dishwasher, cooker hood, washing machine, and a tall fridge freezer. Finished with a solid oak worktop with soft rounded edges and an inset white ceramic sink offering traditional mixer tap, one and a half bowls, and draining area. The walls have been half tiled with a three colour mix brick layout tiles. There is a painted country barn style door with black hinges and latch which leads to the outdoor entrance patio area and second wooden and glass panelled door from the kitchen providing access to the enclosed rear garden.
Back to the main entrance hallway and down the stairs, there is another exit out to the external lower ground floor of the residence which has a storage cupboard and a good size double bedroom with a high-level window allowing in natural light, carpets throughout and ceiling spotlights. There is also a useful cloakroom with WC and hand washbasin.
The basement has provided an income in previous years and is popular with regular racegoers.
The upstairs layout has a large L shaped landing with access to four well-proportioned double bedrooms, master with fitted wardrobes and second with en suite shower room and a family bathroom. The bedrooms have been carpeted throughout and benefit from neutral decor, elevated ceilings, and sash windows creating a spacious and airy feel throughout. Bedroom two is located at the front of the property, it has a double and single fitted wardrobe which is floor to ceiling and been painted white. The entrance to the master bedroom is down a couple of steps and offers front and rear dual aspect views and an en suite bathroom with shower, heated towel rail, WC, and hand washbasin within vanity unit and cupboard underneath.
Bedrooms three and four are both fantastic in size and even proportion, offering plenty of room for a double bed and freestanding furniture.
The family bathroom has a beautiful roll top bath in keeping with the traditional era and style of this residence yet enhanced by modern high gloss metro tiled wall surround and a separate shower enclosure with sliding doors, traditional white WC, and hand washbasin.
Outside there are attractive, generous front and rear gardens surrounding the property and two patio areas.
The elevated patio area off the dining room is a great size and ideal for alfresco dining or casual lounge outdoor furniture and has been tiled with porcelain flooring and enclosed by an iron railing with steps down to a second patio area creating a split level sociable outdoor space for entertaining guests. The garden is mostly laid to lawn with a vast selection of border plants, trees, grapevines, and shrubs. There is an exposed brick wall running down the one side of the garden and fencing to the other and a large shed at the bottom of the garden on a decked area. There is also a useful outdoor electric supply, a water tap, and an outbuilding for additional storage.
This versatile and flexible house can be adapted to suit buyers differing needs due to its three-storey arrangement and multiple access points. Viewing highly recommended on this property for those looking for a charming Cotswold residence on a generous plot of land in a prestigious part of Cheltenham.
The Area; Pittville is located on the Northside of Cheltenham and is famed for its beautiful regency buildings and the popular Pittville Park. Situated a short distance from the town centre, Pittville School is being considered one of the more positive up and coming schools in the town. There is a Leisure Centre offering a range of sporting activities and opposite is the Prince Of Wales Stadium, which is the home venue for Cheltenham Harriers Athletics Club.
All information regarding the property details, including its position on Freehold, is to be confirmed between vendor and purchaser solicitors.