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Gratton Street, Leckhampton Guide Price £575,000

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  • Living Room
    Living Room
  • Kitchen/Diner
  • Kitchen/Diner
  • Kitchen/Diner
  • Study
  • Entrance Hall
    Entrance Hall
  • Bedroom
  • Bedroom
  • Bathroom
  • Basement Kitchen
    Basement Kitchen
  • Basement Living Room
    Basement Living Room
  • Garden
  • Garden & Rear View
    Garden & Rear View

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  • Popular Location, Just A Short Walk From The Bath Road Amenities
  • Beautifully Presented 1800's Terraced Property With Character And Charm
  • Four Generous Bedrooms, Master With Ensuite Shower Room And Walk Through Wardrobe
  • Self-Contained One Bedroom Apartment Ideal As Home Office / Rental Income Opportunity
  • Four Reception Rooms, One Being An Open Plan Kitchen Diner
  • Low Maintenance Garden With Decking Area And Rear Access

This beautiful four bedroom period property is located on Gratton Street in Leckhampton, just a short distance from the popular Bath Road shops, cafes and bars. This main residence upstairs offers three bedrooms, master with ensuite shower room, three reception rooms and access to a self-contained studio apartment with a storage room within the lower ground.

Leckhampton encompasses the vibrant Bath Road featuring a variety of independent outlets including gift shops, boutiques and other specialist retailers. There are 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 M4 and M5 motorways and Cheltenham Town Centre, there is also 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.

Built in the 1800's, this lovely family home offers a spacious entrance hall with exposed wooden floorboards and access to sitting room, kitchen diner, playroom and basement. The sitting room benefits from a log burner, the playroom offers views across the garden and there is a spacious extended kitchen diner with solid wooden flooring and central island. The floor is tiled and there is space for a cooker, tall fridge freezer and dining room table. 
Off the dining area there is access to a low maintenance rear garden with artificial grass, a decked area and rear access.

The self-contained studio apartment on the lower ground floor is integral to the main residence off the entrance hall and can be separated if somebody wishes to use this space as a work from home area, home office or entertainment room. There is potential to rent this property out separately to the main residence and the accommodation comprises living area with front access, large storage room, shower room, kitchen and front courtyard garden.

Upstairs within the main residence there are three bedrooms, master with built-in wardrobes and ensuite shower room. There is also a family bathroom with bath with central taps, wooden effect vinyl flooring and heated towel rail. Off the landing there is access to the loft via a pull-down ladder, this offering great storage space facility due to the majority of this loft being boarded. It is worth noting that this property has solar panels fitted to the roof.

All information regarding the property details, including position on Freehold is to be confirmed between vendor and purchaser solicitors.


Living Room

15' x 11'1


13'1 x 10'2

Dining Room

10'2 x 9'3


10'2 x 6'7

Bedroom 1

11'3 x 10'

Bedroom 2

11'3 x 9'

Bedroom 3

9'3 x 9'1

Second Living Area

14'6 x 10'2

Second Kitchen

9'5 x 6'

Storage Room

12'7 x 9'8

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