On the market with: CALA Homes
Property: The Charlton, 59 Lansdown, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL51 6QT
Location: Within walking distance of Cheltenham’s shops, award-winning restaurants and acclaimed schools, 59 Lansdown is perfectly located for those wanting to enjoy the culture and stylish lifestyle that Cheltenham has to offer. Situated just three miles from the M5, the development is also ideal for commuters.
Through the keyhole: Spread across three spacious floors, The Charlton opens into an expansive open-plan kitchen and family area on the ground floor. Stylish bi-fold doors reveal a rear garden with lawn, while ground floor essentials such as a cloakroom, integral garage and separate utility room mean that the property includes all the modern-day conveniences associated with family life. Tall windows, high ceilings and doors, and elegant cornicing add a sense of period charm to the contemporary space.
Upstairs on the first floor, be wowed by the stunning sitting room with twin French doors leading onto a balcony – perfect for relaxing on long summer evenings. Across the spacious hallway are two of the bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and a separate shower room.
A second flight of stairs, flooded with light from the large rooflight, lead up to the top floor of The Charlton, with an en suite master bedroom, dressing room and two Juliet balconies; alongside two further bedrooms and a luxury four-piece family bathroom.
Price: From £945,000.
SoGlos loves: Combining contemporary modern design with traditional Regency styling, The Charlton encompasses the architectural grandeur best associated with Cheltenham. Ashlar stone brickwork, ornate ironmongery and aluminium-framed windows across the property’s exterior creates a Regency style with stunning period charm, while maintaining the eco-friendly and modern benefits associated with a new build property, such as being built from a timber frame structure, which can provide even more insulation.
For more information: Call CALA Homes on (01242) 650589 or visit cala.co.uk
Thursday 06 June 2019