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Gratton Road, Leckhampton Guide Price £650,000

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  • External
    External
  • Sitting Room
    Sitting Room
  • Entrance Hall
    Entrance Hall
  • Dining Room
    Dining Room
  • Dining Room
    Dining Room
  • Kitchen
    Kitchen
  • Study/Fourth Bedroom
    Study/Fourth Bedroom
  • Shower Room
    Shower Room
  • Bedroom One
    Bedroom One
  • Bedroom One
    Bedroom One
  • Bedroom Two
    Bedroom Two
  • Bedroom Three
    Bedroom Three
  • Family Bathroom
    Family Bathroom
  • Garden
    Garden
  • Garden
    Garden
  • Garden
    Garden

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  • Grade II Listed Period Town House
  • Desirable Location
  • Three/Four Bedrooms
  • Kitchen With Separate Utility
  • Beautiful Period Features
  • Rear Garden With Rear Access

Ideally situated on a tree-lined road located near the popular Bath Road offering a vast range of local amenities within walking proximity is this beautifully presented Grade II Listed terraced family home boasting four bedrooms, two reception rooms, a rear garden and period features throughout.

Dating back to the 1840s this attractive townhouse benefits upgrades to include smart electric/gas meters and a boiler newly installed in 2020. 

The accommodation is set over three floors and benefits a ground floor spacious and welcoming entrance hall offering solid oak flooring, tall modern radiator, ceiling rose and cornice. 

The sitting room enjoys dual windows offering a front aspect with shutters. There is a feature fireplace, solid oak flooring, dual period style radiators, and ceiling cornice. 

Positioned to the rear of the property is the fourth bedroom making for an ideal study/home office, guest bedroom or additional bedroom. 

Completing the ground floor is a useful bathroom comprising Karndean tiled effect flooring, part tiled walls, WC, a basin within a vanity unit, and a corner shower enclosure with tiled surround. 

Downstairs, the lower ground floor accommodates the kitchen, utility room, and separate dining room.  

The spacious dining room offers a feature fireplace, wood effect Amtico flooring, tall modern radiator, dual period style radiators, dual windows with shutters, understairs storage, door to front access porch/storage area, and double doors leading to the rear garden. 

Positioned to the rear of the property is the kitchen comprising period style tiled flooring, a range of wall and base units to include an integrated dishwasher, worktops, and sink unit with mixer tap. There is space to house a range cooker with a fitted chimney hood above. Negotiations for the range cooker would be considered within a sale. 
The utility room benefits door access to the garden and houses space for an American fridge freezer and washing machine. 

Upstairs, the first-floor landing provides a double cupboard and access to the family bathroom, three double bedrooms, and loft via hatch. 

Bedroom one boasts original floorboards, a double cupboard, a front aspect window with shutters, and a feature fireplace. Bedrooms two and three benefit carpeted flooring and bedroom two further benefits views to the hills. 

The bathroom comprises tiled flooring, skylight, WC, basin, and clawfoot bath with central taps. 

Outside, the garden is enclosed and benefits rear access. This outdoor space offers low maintenance with a patio area, decked area, and a raised patio area with border plants and shrubs. Useful additions include outside water tap and light. 

The Area: Leckhampton encompasses the vibrant Bath Road featuring a variety of independent outlets including gift shops, boutiques, and other specialist retailers. There is a vast range of cafes, bars, and restaurants; one of which is the two Michelin Star restaurant Le Champignon Sauvage. Leckhampton is within easy car access to the M5 and Cheltenham town centre, along with a regular bus service. The local area is a short distance to some lovely countryside including Leckhampton Hill, well known for its famous landmark the Devil’s Chimney. Local primary and secondary schools include Cheltenham College, Leckhampton Church of England, Naunton Park and Richard Pates.

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.


Sitting Room

Approx. 13'10 x 13'10 (4.2m x 4.2m)

Dining Room

Approx. 20'2 x 14' (6.2m x 4.3m)

Kitchen

Approx. 10'10 x 8'5 (3.3m x 2.6m)

Utility Room

Approx. 6' x 6' (1.8m x 1.8m)

Bedroom One

Approx. 13'10 x 10'10 (4.2m x 3.3m)

Bedroom Two

Approx. 10'11 x 8'5 (3.3m x 2.6m)

Bedroom Three

Approx. 10'2 x 9' (3.1m x 2.7m)

Bedroom Four/Study

Approx. 10'11 x 8'5 (3.3m x 2.6m)

Gross Internal Area

Approx. 1462 Sq Ft. / 135.8 Sq M.


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