A stunning detached period home on the popular Leckhampton Road.
Vine Court is believed to date back to circa 1840 and is situated on the popular Leckhampton Road which is a short distance from the amenities on Bath Road and walking distance into Cheltenham town centre. The house is a well-proportioned detached, unlisted, period residence, with a south facing walled garden. The accommodation is arranged over three spacious floors with period features throughout to include ornate cornicing, ceiling roses and traditional fireplaces.
The main reception rooms include a large drawing room which leads into the dining room and a spacious study which also lends itself to a second sitting room. To the rear of the house lies the kitchen/breakfast room which has French doors opening to a full width, decorative cast iron balcony and decking with steps leading down to the garden. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms each with their own en suite bathroom. The lower ground floor provides a spacious self contained apartment at garden level with its own courtyard entrance. This includes a large kitchen/breakfast room and sitting room, both with French doors, opening onto the rear garden, plus three bedrooms and a family bathroom. This is ideal for letting income or extended family use.
Situated in Leckhamptons sought after residential avenue, just a mile from Montpellier, the town centre and open countryside. There is a comprehensive range of shops, supermarkets, public houses, restaurants and boutiques just a five minute walk away on the Bath Road and onto Montpellier. Cheltenham provides an excellent choice of schooling, theatres and leisure facilities.
Much of the charm of Vine Court is due to its setting, occupying a prominent position as one of the statelier landmark homes on the sought after Leckhampton Road. Approached via gravel driveway, which has space for numerous cars, there is an immediate sense of establishment to the house and gardens. The south facing rear walled garden is set to the rear, charming with interesting facets including a pond with water feature, a beautiful grapevine covered walkway and a variety of fruit trees The rear elevation of the house is particularly attractive, mature wisteria and vine clad ornate balcony. Within the gardens is a stone-built studio/summer house with lantern light roof, storeroom and former garage.
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Cheltenham Borough Council
115 Promenade, Cheltenham
Gloucestershire, GL50 1NW
Call: +44 (0) 1242 222292