A fine example of a Grade II listed end of terrace townhouse overlooking the central gardens of Clarence Square in the heart of Pittiville, central Cheltenham.
Presented in excellent decorative order, the house offers accommodation arranged over four principal floors and includes five bedrooms and four reception rooms.The lower ground floor is currently arranged as part of the main living space of the house but (subject to any required consents) could be separated off to provide self contained accommodation if required enhanced by the separate heating system and independent access. Accessed from Clarence Square via wrought iron railing to stone steps rising to the front door. Once inside this well maintained home, one is struck by the level of period detail synonymous with the period, including deep skirting boards, sash hung windows, working shutters and decorative plaster mouldings.At ground floor level there is a reception hall with elegant cantilevered stone staircase rising to the first floor, a double reception room, the rear of which houses the kitchen complimented by a family room to the front. There is also a study, cloakroom and laundry at this level. On the first floor, the magnificent drawing room is a particular feature of this splendid home, with three full length sash windows facing west over looking the gardens of the square and opening onto an ornate balcony. The drawing room is open to the principal study, and combined these rooms make a spectacular entertaining space, both with period fireplaces. On the second floor are three bedrooms, the principal bedroom once again enjoying views over Clarence Square. There is also a bathroom, a dressing room and a separate shower room on this level.The lower ground floor is currently arranged as a home office space, with the front room being used as an office and the room to the rear as the fifth bedroom which has doors leading to the rear courtyard, storage area and wine cellar. A laundry/ironing room and shower room complete the lower ground floor.Outside, the well enclosed rear garden is laid predominantly to lawn and is stocked with plant and shrub borders, including a mature magnolia tree.At the far end of the garden there is a detached double garage accessed via Wellington Lane to the rear.
An important and elegant Regency square named after the Duke of Clarence, with landscaped lawns as the centrepiece. Forming part of the Pittville Estate, just north of Cheltenham town centre, this combination of classic period homes and central gardens was developed by Joseph Pitt for his garden estate plan that Pittville is renowned for. The square lies close to Pittville Park, the largest ornamental park in Cheltenham that features the Pump Rooms and lakes with walkways and bridges. Cheltenham itself is a Regency Spa town renowned for its fine architecture, famous gardens, an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and boutiques and world renowned schools to include Cheltenham Ladies' College and Dean Close. There are good communication links to major centres via the M5 (Junctions 10 & 11), the A419 to Swindon and the M4 and A40 to London. There are train services to London and other major cities from Cheltenham Spa, Kemble and Swindon.