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L I V E 2 4 -SE V EN


WELLINGTON SQUARE, CHELTENHAM


Guide price £2,000,000


SETTING THE SCENE: This stunning Grade II listed detached Victorian former Rectory has been thoughtfully renovated and improved by the current owners and provides a rare mix of detached lateral living over just 2 principal floors in a highly desirable town centre location.


WHY WE LOVE IT: The ground floor comprises 2 generous reception rooms to the front, both with large picture stone mullioned windows, feature 'coffered' ceiling mouldings and working fireplaces. There is also a cosy study and a nicely appointed cloakroom on this level.


Towards the rear of the house and down just a few steps there is a cinema/media room and a beautifully fitted kitchen which opens out to a light and airy dining/family room, this in turn opens directly onto the paved area of garden to the rear of the house. A door leads to the utility room and on into the tandem double garage.


Upstairs, all the bedrooms are reached from the first floor landing. The magnificent master suite has a walk through dressing room and luxurious bathroom. There are two further bedroom suites and two more bedrooms served by a family bathroom.


Outside, the landscaped gardens are arranged to the rear and side of the house and laid out in a formal manner with attractive evergreen planting, mature trees, lawns and areas of terracing.


The excellent tandem double garage is accessed via Wellington Lane to the rear of the property with a remote operated electric door.


nick.chivers@knightfrank.com Knight Frank 123 Promenade, Cheltenham GL50 1NW T: 01242 354699


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