A charming and beautifully presented town house with a self-contained apartment forming part of this lovely wide road with gated parking.
Billbrook House is a unique Grade II listed, end of terrace townhouse forming part of an attractive street for which Cheltenham is so well-regarded. Steeped in local history the property is characterised by its castellated roof line and attractive façade. The property is much wider than others nearby and it has a lovely feeling of light and space, enhanced by high ceilings and tall sash windows throughout. The house is arranged over three floors, with the lower ground floor a separately accessed apartment comprising two bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen and sitting room. Should a prospective owner wish, this could generate a supplementary income or provide overflow accommodation to the main house.
Entrance is via a few steps into the hallway with a cantilevered staircase. The spacious drawing room is set to the front of the house, overlooking the attractive Pittville Gates, with folding doors into the formal dining room. Both rooms are wonderfully light with sash windows and a feature fireplace. The kitchen is set to the side, well appointed with a range of units and integrated appliances.
The first floor has three generous double bedrooms arranged around a central landing. There is a family bathroom and a separate shower room which serves the bedrooms.
In all, a lovely townhouse of great architectural merit, which has been recently renovated to a lovely standard and ideal for town living or lock up and leave.
There is a patio terrace to the rear which provides a generous south-facing outside space, perfect for al fresco dining. Unusually for town, there is off road parking for two cars behind electric gates to the rear.
This is a much sought-after Pittville address, across the road from the magnificent entrance gates to the iconic Pittville Park, one of the finest urban parks in the country. This historic tree-lined road is especially attractive and is within a very short walk of a collection of smart local coffee shops and convenience stores, with the new John Lewis department store and Cheltenham's fashionable shopping districts Montpellier and Promenade also within walking distance. A cultural centre, Cheltenham plays host to several highly acclaimed festivals including Music, Food and Literature. The town is also known for its excellent schools to include The Cheltenham Ladies' College, Cheltenham College, Berkhampstead and Dean Close, all within a comfortable walk. Communication links are excellent from this area, with easy access to the M5 Motorway and main line train station with lines to major cities.
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Local Authority Cheltenham Borough Council (01242) 262626
115 Promenade, Cheltenham
Gloucestershire, GL50 1NW
Call: +44 (0) 1242 222292