A charming and spacious detached art deco style home offering exceptional accommodation and the most beautiful views of open countryside.
Mole End is a house of character and charm, believed to date back to 1937 with additions added in more recent years including a superb kitchen/dining room extension. The accommodation on offer is both practical and spacious, at circa 2600 Sq. Ft. it is considerably roomy and offers a wonderful synergy between the old period charm and the stylish influences ideal for contemporary living. The collaboration of two eras works beautifully, the modern influence is sympathetic to the older part of the house and as such reflects a practical home with a wealth of features.
Entrance is gained through a reception hall opening into the reception rooms. On the ground floor the flexible living accommodation interlinks providing traditional space that flows with ease. The kitchen/breakfast room is the real hub of the house, fitted with a comprehensive range of units and integrated appliances, enjoying a beautiful vista over, and access to, the rear gardens. This room opens into a breakfast area and further onto the dining room. The sitting room is charming, a fireplace provides a feature to this room which enjoys a pretty outlook to the front. A bedroom with en suite bathroom completes the accommodation on this floor.
A staircase rises to the further four bedrooms and shower room on the first floor.
Occupying an elevated position at the edge of the pretty village of Southam. Much of the charm of Mole End is due to its setting, enjoying a semi-rural position at the foot of Cleeve Hill, An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, well known for its beautiful walking and riding countryside. Whilst the location enjoys the most beautiful rural views it conveniently lies within walking distance of the sought after village of Woodmancote, offering an excellent local school, public house, village hall and shop. Its sister village, Bishops Cleeve offers a more comprehensive range of amenities including a doctors, supermarkets, three primary schools and a well-regarded secondary school. The Regency spa town of Cheltenham is within a short drive, a centre for education it offers a wide range of schools including, The Cheltenham Ladies' College, Cheltenham College and Dean Close. As well as superb educational facilities the town is well known for the many literary and music festivals that it holds as well as the cricket and National Hunt festivals. There is easy access to the M5 and the M4 via the A417/419, with a train service to London Paddington from Cheltenham Spa station.
On entering the grounds there is a real sense of space and openness, enjoying the most glorious vista to the front of open fields. The generous garden sits mainly to the rear, well stocked and mature. There are strategic patio areas, ideal for taking in the views. To the top of the garden is useful home office with electricity. Despite the sense of openness, the grounds provide a private setting for this charming home. There is a garage to the side and off road parking.
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115 Promenade, Cheltenham
Gloucestershire, GL50 1NW
Call: +44 (0) 1242 222292