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2 bedroom terraced house for sale

Langdon Road, CHELTENHAM, Gloucestershire, GL53 7NZ

Sold STC £360,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Beautiful Period Property
  • Upgraded to a Superior Standard
  • Two Spacious Reception Areas
  • Two Double Bedrooms with Bespoke Fitted Wardrobes
  • Large Bathroom, with New Shower
  • Recently fitted Kitchen with Breakfast Room
  • Double glazed throughout
  • Just off The Bath Road

Full description

Situated in this highly sought after road in the heart of Leckhampton is this immaculately presented home, upgraded to offer excellent modern facilities while retaining its character and charm.

This period Victorian home has an attractive red brick façade and wrought iron railings, synonymous with that of Leckhampton properties. Step inside through an enclosed porch and you find yourself in a spacious hall with dado and picture rails alongside high ceilings and period features. To your right is the front reception room which offers an impressive period fireplace, fitted alcove shelving and double glazed sash window overlooking the pretty graveled front garden and box hedge. As you move through the home there is a generous sitting room with another lovely feature fireplace and double glazed French doors leading to the pretty south facing courtyard garden. The kitchen, which has been recently refitted, offers an original sash window overlooking the garden & all modern appliances. Leading from the kitchen is a sunny breakfast room with under-floor heating for the colder months of the year, with double glazed windows and French doors leading out onto the patio. The courtyard garden is planted with low maintenance flower and shrub borders and has rear gated access.

As you move upstairs you can appreciate the character bannister as it curves up to a light and airy landing. A large mosaic tiled bathroom is at the rear of the first floor with recently fitted walk-in-shower, freestanding roll-top bath, white pedestal wash basin & W/C and storage cupboard. The master bedroom is at the front aspect and benefits from two double glazed sash windows with a pleasant outlook. A decorative fireplace stands between two sets of fitted wardrobes with overhead storage cupboards. The second bedroom is also a good size with rear aspect views of the garden and a large double fitted wardrobe with bi-folding doors to one side of another attractive period fireplace. The landing also leads to a large part boarded loft space accessed via a ceiling hatch with integrated ladder.

Leckhampton is a sought after part of town with its tree lined streets and close proximity to the Cotswold countryside giving it the feel of a village. Located just a short walk to the Bath Road the home offers excellent access to local independent retailers, banks, supermarkets and a post office. There are also several cafes, restaurants and public houses to ensure there is entertainment throughout the evening. The area also offers easy access to an abundance of parks, green spaces and sports facilities. Just half a mile from both Leckhampton and Naunton Park Primary schools, both with outstanding OFSTED reports, the home offers excellent schooling choices as well. The area has excellent transport links, with the M5 located 1.5 miles away with access to Bristol, Birmingham & London, and the A40 1 mile away for access to Oxford.


ENCLOSED PORCH 
Double glazed glass front door at the front aspect. Quarry tiled floor, lantern style pendant light. Part glazed panelled front door to

ENTRANCE HALL 
Recessed doormat, dado and picture rails, original carved head corbels, single panel radiator. Opening into the living room and door to front reception room

LIVING ROOM 
14'4 x 11'10
Double glazed French doors leading to the garden. Period fireplace with inset coal effect gas fire and picture rails. TV point, double panel radiator, staircase and panelled door to the kitchen

DINING ROOM 
10'8 x 10'0
Double glazed sash window to the front aspect. Fireplace in chimney breast with ornate cast iron back plate, fitted alcove shelving and cupboard, TV/Telephone/Broadband points, double panel radiator

KITCHEN 
11'2 x 7'6
The newly fitted kitchen comprises a matching range of eye and base level units, with under cabinet lighting and illuminated display cabinets, four ring gas hob with Zanussi double electric oven, large ceramic farmhouse sink with drainer and swan neck lever taps, integrated fridge and dishwasher. Original sash window to the side aspect giving views of the garden, tiled flooring underfoot opening out to the breakfast room

BATHROOM 
11'2 x 7'6
Large mosaic tiled bathroom with freestanding roll top bath, newly fitted shower with wet-room style low profile tray and sliding door, Hans Grohe rain-effect fixed shower-head and separate hand-held shower with vario-jet settings. Period style white suite with oversize pedestal porcelain wash basin and low level w/c. Large airing cupboard housing Vaillant gas boiler and extractor fan. Double glazed sash window to the rear aspect.

COURTYARD GARDEN 
South facing aspect. Gated rear access. Decorative cobbled patio underfoot with a variety of low maintenance mature shrubs and trees in the timber fenced boundary. Water tap.

BREAKFAST ROOM 
10'7 x 6'10
Double glazed sloping roof, double glazed french doors with new cream timber venetian blinds leading to the garden and patio. Mains gas powered under-floor heating with wall mounted thermostat and independent boiler controls

MASTER BEDROOM 
14'4 x 10'0
Two double glazed sash windows to the front. Picture rails, original decorative fireplace with fitted wardrobes either side with hanging rails, shelving and overhead storage cupboards. 2 single panel radiators, TV & telephone points.

BEDROOM 2 
11'10 x 8'8
Double glazed sash window overlooking the garden. Picture rails, original cast iron fireplace with generous double fitted wardrobe with bi-folding doors to one side with hanging rails and shelving, double panel radiator, telephone point.

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Added on Rightmove:
19 April 2018

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