An excellent family home dating back around 100 years, restored and modernised to create stylish accommodation, still with a character feel but now with all the benefits of modern living.
On entering the property, the feeling of light and space is immediate and the good sized reception hall with stone tiled floor, opens to a large study to the front, attractive sitting room with period fireplace, separate dining room overlooking the garden and also to the rear, a large, well fitted kitchen/breakfast room that leads directly into the principal reception that enjoys a super view over the private garden. To further add to ease of living is a downstairs cloakroom, good sized utility and rear boot room that opens up to the garden.
On the first floor, the master bedroom has it's own en-suite and there are three further double bedrooms served by a large family bathroom with roll-top bath.
Externally, the house has again retained it's period feel with Cotswold stone quoins, painted and rendered elevations relieved by leaded light double glazed windows and a stone tiled room. The house forms part of a very attractive street scene of individual homes that line the village road directly in to the centre of Gotherington. To the front is a private paved driveway that forms an 'L' around to the side of the house with secure gated access opening up to a very large paved area that could easily accommodate several more vehicles and leads to a single detached garage. The south west facing garden to the rear, is an excellent size, with a large patio area, perfect for al fresco dining, level lawn and planted borders with the added benefit of overlooking open fields to the rear adding to the feeling of peace and privacy.
Gotheringon has for many years been a particularly sought after and highly regarded village, boasting an exceptional primary school, a popular public house, village hall and shop. This charming parish is well reputed for its community life, beautifully capturing the feeling of a semi-rural lifestyle that belies the close proximity of an extensive range of amenities in neighboring Bishops Cleeve. Tewkesbury, Winchcombe and Cheltenham are all around town 5 miles away and the latter is well known for its Regency architecture and fine schools including Cheltenham College, The Cheltenham ladies College and Dean Close and the cultural lifestyle it offers playing host to several highly acclaimed festivals. The property is well placed for access to motorway networks to major cities and Kingham and Cheltenham Spa railway stations are within easy reach for train communications to London and other major cities.
115 Promenade, Cheltenham
Gloucestershire, GL50 1NW
Call: +44 (0) 1242 222292