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LIVE 24-SEVEN


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LECKHAMPTON ROAD, CHELTENHAM


‘A charming period town house in the heart of Leckhampton’ Guide price £1,000,000


SETTING THE SCENE: Eldon Villa sits well back from the road bordered by a low brick wall with an attractive landscaped garden to the front.


WHY WE LOVE IT: There are steps up to the front door which has a pretty wrought iron canopy and hand rails. There is an entrance porch which in turn leads to the hall which gives access to two reception rooms and then opens into the modern and well fitted kitchen/dining room. This is a lovely light, bright space with floor to ceiling windows in the dining area (overlooking the garden) and bi- folding doors from the kitchen onto the garden.


In the lower ground floor (which could easily be used as separate accommodation if required) there is a large utility room with access to the garden. A sitting room with kitchen area, double bedroom and smart shower room. There is a separate access door to the front.


Upstairs there are four bedrooms and a large family bathroom with bath and walk-in shower.


To the rear of the property there is a good size garden with area of lawn, raised vegetable bed and deep flower beds. There is an office/pod with two rooms and a store/bike shed. This could easily be converted to an annexe or alternatively returned to the original garaging and off road parking.


EPC rating C.


nick.chivers@knightfrank.com t: 01242 354699 Knight Frank, 123 Promenade, Cheltenham GL50 2NW


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