An extremely attractive and beautifully finished townhouse with a lovely garden in a charming road within walking distance to town and Pittville.
A fine example of a period townhouse which has been sympathetically extended and renovated to create a modernist style within a character structure. Light filled and particularly stylish, this is a home of lovely proportions and finished to the most beautiful standard. Arranged over four floors, clever interventions and extensions have opened the space to allow for more practical accommodation ideal for modern living with a remodel of the second-floor bedrooms.
The house is entered through a wide hall with tiled flooring running through. The formal sitting room is set to the front of the house, a grown-up room with a feature fireplace and view over the street scene to the front. Adjacent is a formal dining room with a square arch opening to the magnificent open plan kitchen. As with any of the best family homes, the newly renovated kitchen is the hub of the house. Fitted with a range of units and appliances, with a breakfast island positioned centrally, this room opens to the garden by way of bi fold doors onto the sun terrace and gardens. This entire area is an ideal space for entertaining and family living. Just off the kitchen, through a sliding door, is an extremely useful utility area.
An internal staircase leads to the basement on the lower ground floor. This would make an excellent recreational area, space for a teenager or to use as a home office or gymnasium. Next to the basement is a useful storage area which could potentially be converted to a wc and or shower room.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms both with feature fireplaces and a modern bathroom with a freestanding bath. On the second floor is a further shower room that serves two double bedrooms.
The garden at Windsor Street is particularly generous for town living. Landscaped to create level lawn and two seating areas, a patio directly from the kitchen and at the top of the garden, adjacent to a garden shed, is an ideal spot for outdoor seating. Well stocked boarders frame the lawn, and a high fence provides the main perimeter.
Windsor Street is a particularly pretty boulevard found discreetly off Prestbury Road, a much sought-after address appealing to both families and professionals alike. The cafés, smart salons, and eateries in Pittville can be reached within a very short stroll as well as Pittville Park, one of the country's finest parks known for its boating lake and Pump Rooms. Also within striking distance is John Lewis department store and Cheltenham's fashionable shopping districts, Montpellier and Promenade, which also host several highly acclaimed festivals including Jazz, Food and Literature within their garden squares. The town is also known for its excellent schools to include The Cheltenham Ladies' College, Cheltenham College, Berkhampstead in addition to several excellent local state primary and secondary schools, within walking distance.
Motorway links are extremely accessible from this area, with easy access to the M5 Motorway and main line train station with lines to major cities.
115 Promenade, Cheltenham
Gloucestershire, GL50 1NW
Call: +44 (0) 1242 222292