- An Immaculately Presented Striking Period Family Home
- Positioned Within Easy Reach Of Town Centre And The Train Station
- Five Generous Bedrooms, Master Offering Walk-In Wardrobe And En Suite
- Two Well-Proportioned Reception Rooms, Kitchen Diner And WC/Utility Room
- Driveway Providing Off Road Parking And Electric Car Charing Point
- Beautifully Kept Garden With Access To External Home Office/Studio
This wonderful period, five bedroom family home, immaculately presented throughout within a highly sought-after location has plenty to offer in terms of accommodation, together with an additional separate insulated garden outbuilding with internet connection lending itself to be a perfect studio, gym area or home office.
This spacious semi-detached sits on Queens Road, a beautiful tree-lined street providing excellent access to the town centre, Montpellier, Tivoli, M5 motorway, walking proximity to the train station and an express supermarket where a local coffee house can also be found.
Set over three floors, this stylish home has been renovated to a high standard by the current owners, who have thought sympathetically and succeeded in creating a modern and contemporary feel throughout whilst still retaining the period character and features of this Edwardian property.
The front driveway provides parking for two vehicles and there is an electric car charging point that would be staying as part of the sale.
A path leads you to the front lobby offering tiled flooring, access to the main entrance door, and a door leading to the rear garden.
The main entrance hall gives a fantastic sense of space with high ceilings and further characteristics on display include exposed floorboards, tall skirting boards, wooden doors, period style radiator, painted wood panelling to the staircase, and this space benefits understairs storage.
Positioned to the left off the entrance is a large drawing room measuring 19'6 x 16'5 in size. Boasting front bay window with an additional front window, all with installed shutters and featuring detailed lead stained glass to the top pane, allowing an attractive array of colour to shine through with the sunrays.
Further features include fitted carpet underfoot, high ceiling with ceiling rose, coving, picture rail, tall skirting, period style radiator, and gas fireplace with beautiful surround and mantle.
The second reception, currently being utilised as a playroom, is found off the right-hand side of the entrance hall and along with the customary period features, offers a spacious floor area with fitted carpet, sash window, open serving window hatch from the hallway, fireplace mantle, and open arch access to a sizable box window area which is currently being used as a home office workspace station.
Heading towards the rear of the property is the impressive open plan kitchen diner with outdoor access and offering plenty of space for a family dining table, perfect for entertaining whilst cooking. The dining area, comprising exposed floorboards, period style radiator, and double wooden doors leading to the garden patio, further boasts a log burner with wooden mantle and brick detail within the chimney, ideal for a cosier winter evening.
The kitchen area offers wooden laminate effect flooring, tiled splashbacks, and a range of fitted wall and base units with marble effect worktop gives an abundance of storage and work surface along with ambience lighting installed within the plinths, units, and under cabinets.
There is a fitted double extractor chimney hood, space for a range cooker and plumbing for a dishwasher.
The rear lobby has tiled flooring, double storage cupboard, generous pantry cupboard, and access to the utility room and cloakroom comprising WC, a basin within a vanity storage unit, and half wood panel walls.
The utility room features bi-fold doors opening out onto the rear garden patio and offers a range of additional storage units with under cabinet lighting, space for a freestanding American fridge freezer, washing machine, and tumble dryer.
The sleeping accommodations is arranged over the top two floors, the first-floor split level landing offering access to three well-proportioned bedrooms all displaying period features, a family bathroom, and loft space via hatch.
The master suite positioned to the front measures a massive 19'7 x 16'5 in size. Offering a striking wooden-framed bay window allowing a lot of natural light to enter and beautiful views towards Eldorado Road, this room further benefits en suite bathroom and a walk-in dressing room with window, light, and fitted wardrobe storage.
The en suite comprises wood effect flooring, part tiled walls, heated towel radiator, white suite to include pedestal basin, WC, and square-ended bath with shower over and fully tiled surround.
Bedroom two boasts fitted wardrobe, feature fireplace, and window seat.
The family bathroom is in keeping with the en suite and comprises wood effect flooring, part tiled walls, white suite to include pedestal basin, WC, bath with central taps, and walk-in shower enclosure with rain head and fully tiled surround.
Bedroom four and five are located on the top floor along with a useful cloakroom positioned between both rooms. The landing also gives access to loft space via hatch.
The front bedroom on this floor benefits dual window aspect, the front with window dormer seat. And the rear room benefits window dormer with views to the hills and storage within the eves.
Outside, the rear garden is of a very good size for a Cheltenham townhouse, mainly laid to lawn with an L-shape patio wrapping around the rear of the property, a few plant borders, Cherry tree and an Apple tree.
At the end of the garden is the 11'2 x 7'3 shed outbuilding which has been improved to benefit insulation, power, light, and a separate internet point.
Additional benefits to the garden include outside light and outside tap offering both hot and cold water.
The Area: Christchurch is just outside of Cheltenham town centre which neighbours the popular Lansdown area and is home to the landmark Anglican 1840's Gothic Revival church building located at the end of the Church and Malvern Roads.
This location is in walking distance to Montpellier, recognised as being Cheltenham's most fashionable districts and benefitting from a diverse mix of shops, restaurants, cafes, wine bars, and independent boutiques.
Cheltenham itself is a beautiful Regency town, famous for its many festivals including Literature, Music, Science, Jazz, and the legendary National Hunt racing festival, The Cheltenham Gold Cup.
In addition to its festivals, Cheltenham also has an enviable reputation for its excellent schools; some of which are internationally recognised including the renowned Cheltenham College, Cheltenham Ladies College and Deans Close School, all within walking distance.
The town centre boasts a variety of local and high street shops, eateries, bars, and art galleries attracting visitors from far and wide.
All information regarding the property details, including its position on Freehold, is to be confirmed between vendor and purchaser solicitors. All measurements are approximate and for guidance purposes only.