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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Cleeve Hill, CHELTENHAM, Gloucestershire, GL52 3PR


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Stunning setting for a lovely family house. This individual detached property occupies a great spot towards the top of Cleeve Hill and probably has the best views of any house on the hill.
Tucked slightly down from the road and therefore more privately positioned, this lovely house has much to offer in the way of space, accommodation and adaptability.
Laid out on two floors, there is the main part of the house and a ground floor space that works well as an annexe or as part of the main accommodation. Every room takes in the amazing vista over the valley which stretches to the welsh hills in the distance, or across to Cleeve Hill.
There is also ample space for everyone to park with the driveway leading to the double garage. Also on offer is a beautiful garden which is well established and is a great place to take in the stunning sunsets that this position allows.
Simply cross the road on foot and you are on Cleeve Hill Common, which is great for dogs, walking or running ; there is also a Golf course on the hill. From the top you can enjoy the famous view over the racecourse below.
This house is ideally placed for access into Cheltenham or Winchcombe and there is a bus service too!
Not easily seen when driving past, this house is therefore ideal for those seeking rural surroundings and wonderful views without being isolated.
From the vendors perspective: 'Set in an outstanding elevated position, just minutes from the centre of Cheltenham, stands this impressive, spacious, family home. Its glorious, panoramic, outlook to the Malvern Hills, Shropshire and to Wales are just some of the delights of living in this lovely home.
Cheltenham is an extremely charming and graceful town and is certainly a place around which to meander to admire its amazing architecture. Shops and supermarkets are superb, as are its restaurants. It has a very active theatre culture and many productions are performed here prior to their West End debut. Many Arts, Literature and Music Festivals take place and, within walking distance from the house, is the famous racecourse. Both road and rail travel are excellent for journeys to all parts of the country.
The owners were looking for a sizeable family home when they discovered this impressive house. Its size was ideal, with a layout perfect for the family needs and, as they walked through the house and the views opened up before them, their decision was made immediately. Although then requiring some T.L.C, the quality of its build was obvious and, with a style and sophistication that reflects its era. Rooms are spacious and bright and with such versatile accommodation, it has been perfect for every conceivable need.
It is a comfortable home and with a location providing easy access into the town, this was of particular benefit to the younger members of the family who, as teenagers, could easily access sporting or music events, or to meet friends. Cleeve Hill Common opposite the property has a wealth of nature and outdoor pursuits including running, mountain biking, golfing and horse riding all year round.
The garden room, along with others, opens out onto a sunny terrace and it is a delight to relax here and look out over the garden. On two levels, the one nearest to the house features a formal garden, and drops down into what is a productive orchard. This part of the garden is quite special as it is semi woodland and attracts many bees and butterflies.
Favourite room: The owners are particularly fond of their bedroom. Enjoying an early morning cup of tea they can look out onto the garden and marvel at the glorious countryside beyond. No two mornings are ever the same; they watch the seasons unfold with views of up to 50 miles and sunsets are breathtaking.
Favourite aspect of ground or surrounding area: Having such access to so many lovely villages and facilities in the area is fabulous, and the Cotswold Way is accessible from the house for beautiful walks.
Another favourite room: The sitting room is double aspect and from every window there is a beautiful view.
What they’ll miss most/why they are leaving: The owners have loved the patio and gardens on summer evenings with family or friends, sampling a barbeque and drinking in the distant views as another magnificent sunset spreads across the sky. They are moving to live in another part of the country but will remember their home, here on the edge of Cheltenham, with great fondness'

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18 April 2016


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