- Double Fronted Period House
- Four Good Sized Bedrooms
- Spacious Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room
- Off Road Parking
- Within Easy Reach Of Local Amenities
- Garden With A Home Office
Beautifully presented throughout, this double fronted red brick Victorian period family home situated in a desirable location just off Bath Road further offering four bedrooms, open plan kitchen/dining room with pantry, two reception rooms, a well-maintained enclosed rear garden with home office and driveway for two vehicles.
The downstairs accommodation comprises an entrance hall offering a tiled floor and access to the two reception rooms which could lend to one of them becoming a family room/snug or formal study/dining room. There is a generous kitchen breakfast/dining room which overlooks the well-maintained garden and there is a useful pantry which is separated from the main kitchen area.
The sitting room which is located towards the front of the property offers a working feature fireplace with useful built-in shelving and cupboards each side and neutral underfoot carpet.
The second sitting room is located towards the rear of the property with views across the garden. There is a working feature fireplace with built in shelving each side and engineered Oak flooring.
The light and airy kitchen-diner is positioned towards the rear of the property benefiting garden views accessed via bi-fold doors and an engineered Oak floor.
The kitchen offers a part vaulted ceiling with skylights allowing lots of natural light in and the kitchen comprises, a range of wall and base units with Corian worktops over and under cabinet lighting, a sink unit with mixer tap, Bosch fitted double oven and space for a large fridge/freezer. There is a centre island with Corian worktops with fitted Bosch electric hob, dishwasher and hood inset into the ceiling. From the kitchen there is a door to a separated pantry which has engineered Oak flooring, base units with Corian worktops over and fitted wall shelving.
The dining area has space for a large dining table, ideal for entertaining. The utility room is accessed from the garden and offers a tiled floor, there is space to house washing machines, tumble driers and storage for coats and shoes. There is also a door leading to a separate cloakroom which comprises white suite with low level WC and corner sink.
Upstairs, the first-floor landing gives access to the family bathroom and four generous bedrooms.
Bedroom one offers neutral carpeting, dual aspect windows looking out to the front and side of the property, loft access and space for a large wardrobe, chest of drawers and dressing table.
Bedroom two offers views to the rear garden and has large, fitted wardrobes with mirrored sliding doors as well as a built in unit currently housing a TV. There is a door which leads to an en suite bathroom which has wood effect flooring, a white suite comprising sink, unit with cupboard below, low level WC, bath with separate shower attachment and part tiling surround. A double sized walk-in shower with glass sliding door the walls are tiled and there is a heated towel rail.
Bedrooms three and four offer neutral carpeting with views towards the front of the property. Bedroom three has built in shelving to the side of the chimney breast.
The family bathroom has a mosaic tile effect vinyl flooring and tiled walls. The white suite comprises bath with shower over, low level WC and sink unit with cupboard below.
Outside, the side of the property offers off-road parking and side access leading to the rear garden. The garden itself is enclosed and benefits outdoor tap, security light, garden lighting, patio and decking areas as well as a lawn area with mature plants and shrubs.
In addition to the house there is an insulated outside shed which is currently used as a home office and benefits from electricity and Wi-Fi booster, perfect for those looking to work from home or enjoy as an extra reception room.
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.