Located in Prestbury Village is this newly refurbished chalet style home that offers impressive accommodation with the benefit of generous and private gardens, driveway and garage
Much of the attraction of Fawley Drive is due to its setting, a quiet cul-de-sac of similar calibre homes. The present owners have re-modelled and refurbished the property to create a stylish home, tastefully finished and ideal for someone seeking a secure home in a lovely position with generous gardens.
Entrance is gained through a reception hall leading to the principal reception rooms to the rear. Arranged in a more open plan style, the newly fitted kitchen is well appointed with a range of handless units and quality integrated appliances to include a double oven and four ring gas hob. This area opens to the dining/family room with a feature fireplace and a squared arch leading to a conservatory enjoying views over and access to the rear gardens. There are two double bedrooms on this level, both beautifully light and with views to the front. A modern family shower room serves the bedrooms.
A staircase rises to the master bedroom with en suite cloakroom on the first floor.
Fawley Drive is fronted by a large area of garden to the front and a driveway to the side, offering off road parking and access to the garage with a useful workshop. The gardens are a particular feature, generous in size and with the rear lawn enjoying a Southerly aspect. Bounded by fencing and with a patio area accessed from the conservatory, whilst attractive and substantial, they have been designed to be easily maintained.
Fawley Drive is a quiet enclave on sought after Noverton Lane, an attractive semi-rural road just off Prestbury High street. Prestbury is noted for its significant local history and to this day has a real community and living feel. The village itself lies at the foot of the Cotswold Escarpment and close to the Racecourse and as such has easy access to some of the most beautiful walking and riding countryside. There are excellent amenities on the high street itself with a butcher, pharmacy, post office, well stocked village shop and a public house, with two further well-regarded pubs a short stroll from Fawley Drive. Whilst this thriving parish offers excellent day to day amenities, Cheltenham is a mere three miles away and offers a cosmopolitan way of living and world-renowned schools including Cheltenham College, The Cheltenham Ladies College and Dean Close. Additionally, there are excellent restaurants, shopping and theatres along with the various festivals that include Jazz, Literature and Food. Commuting options from this area are excellent with good access to the motorway networks. There are trains to London and other major cities from Cheltenham Spa station.
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115 Promenade, Cheltenham
Gloucestershire, GL50 1NW
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