An attractive 1930s semi-detached house on a quiet enclave within walking distance to town with off road parking and a large garden
5 Oakland Avenue is an attractive 1930s red brick semi forming part of an attractive street on this lovely and quite cul-de-sac.
The house is presented in smart order offering excellent and practical accommodation ideal for stylish family living. Modern in design, with quality fixtures and fittings.
Entrance is via a reception hall, with tiled flooring, leading to the two principal reception rooms which are linked by sliding Pocket doors offering flexibility to use these as required. Currently, arranged as a sitting room to the front with a lovely and large bay window and an open fireplace, opening to the formal dining room and further again to the kitchen/family room. This area is the real hub of the house, open plan in style creating a sociable and collaborative living arrangement with well-appointed modern units by Laura Ashley and integrated Neff appliances, an island divides the room to space for sofas and a dining table. A ceiling lantern and two sets of doors, giving access to the outside terrace, enhance the light and bright atmosphere. There is ample space for a dining table and sofa. Adjacent to the kitchen is a useful utility room, a cloakroom completes the accommodation.
The three bedrooms are set on the first floor all served by a modern family bathroom.
Set slightly back from the road with off road parking and forming part of an attractive street. There is a patio terrace accessed from the principal reception room opening to the most magnificent garden. Private and mature, the garden is laid to lawn and bounded by high fencing.
Much of the attraction of Oakland Avenue is due to its location, a quiet no through road just off Prestbury Road to the edge of fashionable Pittville. This fine area is set to the North of Cheltenham, a location widely known for its iconic park and boating lake. Within a short stroll is a collection of smart shops including a coffee shop, hairdressers, beauty salon and well-stocked convenience stores. Also, within striking distance is the new John Lewis department store 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. The town is also known for its excellent schools, both in the state and private sector, 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.
All mains services connected
Cheltenham Borough Council
115 Promenade, Cheltenham
Gloucestershire, GL50 1NW
Call: +44 (0) 1242 222292