A well presented detached family home set in an elevated position with stunning views, just a short drive from Cheltenham
Much of the attraction of The Holt is due to its setting, enjoying an elevated position on a pretty semi-rural lane. As such the views are breath taking, enjoying a panoramic vista of the Severn Valley and beyond. The house itself is attractive and spacious, set into the plot to take full advantage of the views and surroundings. Internally, the house has a lovely and modern feel the layout of the house allows for flexibility to use as one requires.
Entrance is gained through a reception hall, opening to a kitchen/dining room, well appointed with a range of units and integrated appliances, there is a space for a dining table, double doors lead from here to an outside patio terrace. The sitting room is set to the front also with access to outside and enjoying a double aspect view making it particularly light. Two of the four bedrooms are arranged on this floor, ideal for those seeking a living arrangement on one level. A cloakroom completes the accommodation on this floor.
A staircase rises to the bedrooms on the first floor leading to two further double bedrooms and a contemporary bathroom with a free standing roll-top bath. There is a galleried sitting area, idea for a library room and sofa.
The setting is a real feature to this lovely home, occupying a hillside location with the addition of grounds and private woodland. A truly semi-rural position surrounded by open countryside and far reaching views. The long driveway rises to the parking area and further to the house which is positioned well in its plot. The gardens surround the house, extending to circa 0.8 acre, mature and well stocked there are many facets to the private grounds, included terraced areas to sit and enjoy the views.
Situated on a pretty and quiet semi-rural lane off Shurdington Road and within the slopes of well-known Crickley Hill, close to reputable Leckhampton and a short commute of Cheltenham. There is a variety of architectural styles along the road from impressive detached homes to period style cottages. This ideal location provides a perfect example of semi-rural living with far stretching views to open countryside and hills beyond. 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 A417 Cirencester, Swindon and the M4. There are regular trains to London and other major cities from Cheltenham Spa train station a short commute. There is a regular bus service at the end of the lane operating between Cheltenham and Gloucester.
Tewkesbury Borough Council
115 Promenade, Cheltenham
Gloucestershire, GL50 1NW
Call: +44 (0) 1242 222292