A beautifully presented and substantial detached family home set in a quiet enclave in the heart of the pretty Cotswold village of Teddington.
Brookfield House is an attractive architecturally designed detached family home set in a quiet position with far reaching views across to the Malvern Hills. Much of the charm is the substantial and well-planned accommodation which has been significantly improved over the years by the current owners. A fine family home has been created, making the best of space, style and specification with exceptionally balanced living to bedroom space.
Entrance is gained through a spacious reception hall, the design of the reception rooms means they flow with such ease, making this particularly conducive to family living. The kitchen is the real hub of the house, fitted with a range of units and integrated appliances with a separate utility room adjacent. The clever open plan design opens into a family room, ideal for a dining table and sofas with a set of double doors leading into a conservatory giving access to and views over the delightful gardens. Also accessed from the family room is a snug/further sitting room with double doors opening to the formal sitting room. In addition is a study with access to the home gymnasium and further to the integral garage. A cloakroom completes the accommodation on this floor. A grand oak staircase rises to the excellent bedroom space on the first floor. The master bedroom is a complete suite, the bedroom space opens to a dressing area with a series of fitted wardrobes to either side the en suite bathroom with twin sinks and a shower. The guest bedroom is of equally good proportions, with views over the gardens to the rear and the benefit of an en suite shower room. There are three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Brookfield House forms part of a quiet and small enclave of similar calibre homes, in the sought-after village of Teddington a short commute of Cheltenham. This active parish is known for its community feel, with life centring around the church and village hall. Within walking distance is a popular public house and petrol station with a well-stocked shop, also within this complex is a highly reputable farm shop with butchers and delicatessen. Whilst distinctively semi-rural the village is of easy reach of more comprehensive amenities, schooling and leisure facilities within Bishops Cleeve, a mere two miles away and a further short drive to Cheltenhams centre, 8 miles. Cheltenham is a Regency Spa town well known for its architecture and exceptional schools including, The Cheltenham Ladies College, Cheltenham College and Dean Close. Offering a cultural lifestyle to its audience, Cheltenham plays host to several highly acclaimed festivals including Literary, Music and Food. Communications from this area are excellent, with easy access to motorway links including the M5 and M50. There are regular trains to London and other major cities from Cheltenham Spa train station in addition to a fast train service from nearby Evesham. There is a bus service at the end of the lane operating between Teddington and Cheltenham.
The garden is a particular feature to this beautiful home. Mainly laid to lawn with a patio accessed from the conservatory, anchoring the house to the gardens. Mature and particularly private, the landscaped gardens are predominantly an expanse of levelled lawn with shrub and flower borders. Brookfield House is fronted by a lawned area and a spacious driveway offering off road parking for up to five cars. There is a large double garage, with one half converted to a home gym.
Tewkesbury Borough Council 01684 295010
115 Promenade, Cheltenham
Gloucestershire, GL50 1NW
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