- Period And Charm Throughout
- Flexible Accommodation
- Sitting Room With Log Burner
- Kitchen With Garden Access
- Generous Garden With Barn
- Driveway Leading To Garden
Full of character and charm throughout is this unique, period, semi-detached cottage offering flexible accommodation with bedrooms positioned on both floors. Set within the sought-after location of Leckhampton, this charming cottage boasts a generous garden, four bedrooms, kitchen-diner, and sitting room with log burner.
Dating back over 300 years this property was originally a cider barn and features the old cider press and millstone within the garden. Converted in the 1960s and extended in approximately 2007 the property benefits potential for further improvements.
The entrance hall offers tiled flooring and a storage cupboard.
Featuring a log burner and double doors leading to the garden, the sitting room offers a generous size and slate tiled flooring.
The dining room offers a window aspect overlooking the garden, serving hatch and generous opening through to the kitchen breakfast room.
The kitchen comprises slate tile flooring, worktop, and a Belfast sink. There is space to house a breakfast table and space for freestanding appliances include a cooker, washing machine, and tumble dryer.
Off the kitchen, a door leads to a lobby offering a stable door to the garden and access to a storeroom with plumbing installed thus offering the potential to be converted into a wet room, utility room, or if desired utilised as a boot room.
The family bathroom comprises tiled flooring, tiled walls, shaver/charger point and white suite to include WC, basin, and a bath with wooden side panel, rainfall shower head over and separate shower attachment.
Two double bedrooms are located on the ground floor, one benefitting understairs storage and a further two bedrooms are located upstairs to include the master bedroom boasting a featured vaulted ceiling with painted beams, exposed wooden floorboards and windows to the front and side aspect. The fourth bedroom offers a single and is accessed from the master bedroom, if desired there is the potential to knock through and create one larger master suite. Completing this floor, the master bedroom further benefits en suite cloakroom comprising WC and basin.
Outside, the courtyard style garden offers paved areas and step up to a wrought iron gate leading access to the southerly facing garden offering mainly laid to lawn with a selection of mature shrubs, Pear tree, sweet Apple tree and open barn used for storing logs.
The front offers gravelled driveway way providing off-road parking and double wooden gates opening into the courtyard area.
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.