Humphris Place, Cheltenham

  • Type: House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
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Property Features

  • Detached coach house
  • 2 reception rooms
  • Modern fitted kitchen
  • Cloakroom & utility room
  • 3 bedrooms
  • Bathroom
  • Private gardens
  • Double car parking
  • Curtilage listed
  • Central heating & double glazing

Property Summary

This well-presented detached curtilage-listed gatehouse with 3 bedrooms has been thoughtfully renovated throughout to create a unique property set in one of Cheltenham's finest areas a short walk from central Cheltenham and local parks.

Full Details

Formerly the gatehouse to the original manor prior to its refurbishment by Berkeley Homes some 5 years ago this detached property sits at the entrance to the prestigious Thirlestaine Park development.

Built of brick elevations under a slate roof the property is arranged over two floors. The front door opens into a wide entrance hall with a staircase rising to the first floor and a cloakroom. To one side of the entrance is a double aspect sitting room with a period fireplace and to the other is a double aspect dining room with access to the kitchen. The kitchen is well fitted with an extensive range of base and wall mounted units, quartz work surfaces and fitted appliances. A door leads through to a useful utility room which provides access to the gardens.

A returning split level staircase leads up to a wide first-floor landing with a large window providing lots of natural light. To the front of the property are two double aspect bedrooms and to the rear is an additional bedroom and a well-appointed modern bathroom.

Outside to the rear and side is a secluded walled garden which is predominantly paved and has access to a double car parking space within the gated part of the development.

The property has been refurbished in recent years to a high standard and features a pleasing blend of modern facilities yet retaining some of its original charm and character. Heating is gas-fired to radiators and the windows are double glazed in a sympathetic style.

The property is extremely light and bright and offers a rare opportunity to acquire a truly unique property.

There is an annual charge in the region of £340 for the upkeep of communal grounds and facilities.
The property is curtilage listed.