A spacious Regency townhouse with a separate one bedroom apartment set in a much sought-after road in the heart of cosmopolitan Pittville.
38 Albert Place is an elegant Grade II listed townhouse with the original Ashlar Cotswold stone façade, forming part of an attractive street scene and one that Cheltenham is so well regarded for. Due to the Regency style of the home, it is notably light and bright, enhanced by high ceilings and sash windows. The house is presented in smart order, with classic period features that blend perfectly with a more modern finish.
Entrance is via a short flight of steps into a reception vestibule and further to the spacious drawing room enjoying an attractive street scene to the front through two sash windows. The internal hallway links the kitchen to the rear, well appointed with an excellent range of eye and base level units and space for a dining table. From here there is views over and access to the courtyard garden. A modern bathrooms completes the accommodation.
A staircase rises to the three bedrooms on the first floor, the master bedroom is particularly spacious also enjoying views to the front.
On lower ground level is a self contained apartment offering spacious and light accommodation comprising a sitting room, bedroom and bathroom. Accessed independently to the front of the property, this is an ideal opportunity to generate an income.
To the rear of this charming home is an easy to maintain courtyard garden bounded by high brick walling.
Albert Place is a much sought-after address in the heart of Pittville. This fine area is set to the North of Cheltenham, a location well known for the iconic park and boating lake, the entrance of which is a short stroll from the property. The road itself has a real cosmopolitan feel, typified by the terraces of attractive period homes opening into a collection of smart shops including a coffee shop, hairdressers, beauty salon and a well-stocked convenience store. Also, within striking distance is The Brewery Entertainment Quarter and Cheltenhams fashionable shopping districts Montpellier and Promenade. A cultural town, Cheltenham plays host to several highly acclaimed festivals including Jazz, Food, Literature and The Gold Cup, held within the prestigious racecourse, only a short walk from Wren. The town is also known for its excellent schools to include, The Cheltenham Ladies College, Cheltenham College, Berkhampstead and Dean Close all within walking distance, making this area perennially popular for families. Communication links are excellent from this area, with easy access to the M5 Motorway and main line train station with lines to major cities
38 Albert Place is for sale with no onward chain.
Cheltenham Borough Council
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115 Promenade, Cheltenham
Gloucestershire, GL50 1NW
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