An outstanding double fronted detached Edwardian house in a prime location offering beautifully presented accommodation of great style and a beautiful finish
A splendid double fronted detached house dating back to 1906 with a wonderful feeling of light and space complimented by the high ceilings and classic period features synonymous with the Edwardian era. An entrance vestibule opens up to an impressive reception hall with oak flooring and deep ceiling coving. There are two large, elegant reception rooms to the front with period style open fireplaces and to the rear of the house, opening up to the garden via three sets of double doors is a stunning kitchen/dining/family room. This room is a really exceptional living space as it is large enough to encompass both formal and relaxed dining, a comfortable sitting area and a beautiful Mark Wilkinson fitted kitchen with large island. The natural light is enhanced by way of two glass atriums as well as the glass doors to the rear elevation, the Mandarin tiled floor has underfloor heating and the fitted appliances include a dishwasher, Bosch double fridge freezer and Falcon five ring stove. As well as the beautiful handmade storage units and sleek granite surfaces with hidden chopping boards under, there are glass fronted cabinets, a large larder and deep drawers. Also on the ground floor is a cloakroom, utility and door to the tandem garage. A wide staircase with handsome balustrade and traditional spindles rises to the first and second floor. Off a large landing is the master bedroom suite with a sweep of modern wardrobes, a walk-in dressing room with further modern wardrobes and an impressive en-suite bathroom. Bedroom two is a further generous room with feature fireplace and bedroom three to the rear is a further double room. The two bedrooms on this floor are served by a large, stunning family bathroom fitted with a four piece contemporary style suite. On the second floor, an impressive suite has been created with a lovely en-suite shower room.
The house is set back from Andover Road behind a low walled boundary inset with traditional wrought iron railings. A private driveway provides parking for two cars and leads to the garage with electric up and over doors. The paved rear garden is a generous size for this part of the town, well enclosed via an attractive high walled boundary with raised, planted displays and low, planted shrub and flower displays, with laurel and palm tree and side access on to Andover Walk.
Tivoli is one of Cheltenham's most fashionable and popular locations, made up of character homes and attractive street scenes with its own 'village' atmosphere and within strolling distance of a lovely range of amenities to include an excellent butcher and deli, popular public houses, cafe and Tivoli Wines to name a few. Cheltenham's fashionable shopping districts Montpellier and the Promenade are also within a short stroll and the town plays host to many internationally renowned Festivals to include Jazz, Music and Literature. Communication links are highly accessible to the M5, A40 and A435 and Cheltenham Spa train station is under a mile away so comfortable walking distance.
All mains services are connected