- Semi-Detached Period House
- Three Bedrooms
- Three Reception Rooms
- Bi-Fold Doors Onto Patio
- Generous Rear Garden
- Off-Road Parking
Beautifully presented throughout, this period family home boasting front red brick exterior and desirable location within Leckhampton further offers three bedrooms, three reception rooms, loft area, off-road parking and a generous well-maintained rear garden.
This updated Victorian semi-detached house has been under the same ownership for over 20 years and further benefits gas central heating, smart electric/gas meters and superfast internet.
The downstairs accommodation comprises entrance hall offering light grey wood effect laminate flooring, newly fitted in 2021, and understairs storage cupboard.
Featuring a beautiful bay window with front aspect and a rear window aspect, the sitting room and dining room are open to each other receiving an abundance of natural light. Both rooms display period features to include ceiling rose and picture rail. The sitting room further benefits feature fireplace.
The kitchen-diner is positioned towards the rear of the property benefiting garden views and access via bi-fold doors. Comprising wooden laminate flooring, a range of wall and base units, undercabinet lighting, worktops, sink unit with mixer tap, fitted oven, electric hob and modern hood.
From the dining area, an open arch gives access to the utility offering space to house American fridge freezer and washing machine. There is tiled effect flooring and access is given to the side courtyard and cloakroom comprising WC and basin within vanity.
Upstairs, the first-floor landing gives access to the family bathroom and three bedrooms; two double and a large single.
Bedroom one offers wood laminate flooring, double fitted wardrobe and a dual front window aspect enjoying hill views. Bedrooms two and three benefit from carpeted flooring and views overlooking the rear garden.
The bathroom displays feature papered wall and comprises tiled flooring, heated towel rail, separate walk-in shower enclosure with rainfall showerhead, and a period style suite to include basin, WC and clawfoot bath with central mixer taps and shower attachment.
Set on the second floor, the loft area is currently being utilised as a home office offering storage within the eaves and dual Velux windows boasting views to hills. The conversion has not been done to building regulations and therefore this area is not being advertised as a room.
Outside, the front offers off-road parking and side access to the courtyard leading to the generous rear garden. The garden is enclosed and benefits outdoor water tap, light, patio seating area, laid to lawn, mature plants and shrubs, Bramley cooking apple tree, pond and side path leading to gravel section where a shed and brick-built shed is found along with a brick-built outbuilding currently being used as gym area offering power 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.