Leckhampton
Cheltenham, GL53 0NR

Sold
£1,000,000

Property details:

  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Area: 2427 sq ft / 225.5 sq m
  • Council Tax: Band G - £2,592.21
  • EPC Rating: D
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Set down a gravel drive in the heart of Leckhampton and with extensive far reaching views, Sheeps Head Row is a traditional family home in every sense. The property has been majorly improved and extended by the present vendors who have created a charming property.

On approaching the property, the sweeping gravel driveway offers ample parking behind a secure electric gate. The property which was rebuilt in the 1950’s and extended in 2005, now offers a vast arrangement of reception rooms. On the ground floor care and attention has been shown to retain the original drawing room which still has the original open fireplace with stone Bessemer and inset wood stove.

The formal dining room has access to the garden and is a delightful entertaining space. The hand painted contemporary kitchen has an extensive array of cabinets and these are finished with honed Nero assoluto worktops. There is also a pantry.

Following the major refurbishment during 2005, an impressive two storey family room was added with a vaulted ceiling and an 18’ cathedral style window. A bespoke oak staircase with glass panels lead up to the upper floor mezzanine study. Upstairs are four bedrooms, the Master bedroom befitting from an en suite shower room and a four piece family bathroom. There is also a ground floor cloakroom and utility room.

Outside the plot extends to c.0.42 acres with a large lawned area enclosed to three sides by mature natural hedging. There is also a sheltered paved terrace enclosed by red brick walling and vertical sleepers. There is also a 30’ x 16’ detached barn currently used as a garage with workshop to the rear.

The property is heated by gas central heating, is double glazed and has some impressive far reaching views of Leckhampton Hill and towards Pittville to the north.

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Excellent service. They went that extra mile to move things forward! Many thanks

Jan Paddock