Price £1,250,000 - Available


  • A stunning example of an extended, 1920's four double bedroom detached family home
  • Spacious, well laid out accommodation to both the ground and first floor
  • Wonderful open plan, kitchen/dining/family room enjoying views over the garden
  • Master bedroom enjoys fitted wardrobes and a recently upgraded en suite shower room
  • Driveway parking to the front for multiple cars. Property also enjoys a detached double garage
  • Enjoying extensive open and elevated views to the front aspect
  • Reception rooms include: Living room, Family Room and Study
  • Further rooms downstairs include spacious entrance hall, cloakroom and utility room
  • Bedrooms two and three benefit from fitted wardrobes. Family bathroom complete the accommodation
  • Extensive, mature gardens to the rear enjoying paved terracing, lawns and vegetable garden

Welcome to Haytor, a 1920's detached and extended 1920's family home, offering spacious accommodation over two floors, being tastefully decorated throughout and enjoying ample driveway parking, a detached double garage and extensive gardens to the rear that enjoy a high degree of privacy, located within a highly desirable location on the upper slopes of Harp Hill, forming part of the highly regarded Battledown Estate which commands the most spectacular views across Cheltenham towards the Malvern Hills and Black Mountains.

Located on Harp Hill, the property is approx. a mile away from the town centre and the renowned shopping found on the Promenade. Furthermore, the home is located within proximity of a number of notably good schools including Holy Apostles, St. Edward's Junior School, Cheltenham College & Cheltenham Ladies' College which are all within a short drive.

Returning to the home, the property enjoys the traditional layout of a 1920's home but because of the addition of the extension to the rear, this presents the very spacious and open plan living that we have all come to enjoy of late.

At the front of the property is a traditional hallway which in turn leads to the two original reception rooms located at the front of the home, which are currently being used as a family/music room and a study/home office with both rooms enjoying bay fronted windows which make the most of the views that this home so enjoys.

To the rear of the home is the formal living room, which is decorated in a traditional style by way of Farrow & Ball paint. The room enjoys a log stove inset to the chimney breast whilst light is flooded into the room from the large sliding doors found at the head of the room.

The extension to the home is also located to the rear and here is the open plan kitchen/dining/family space. The kitchen enjoys a wealth of units as well as a host of integrated appliances whilst to the head of the room, a door gives access to a separate utility space.

Of the dining area, the room is wonderfully light due to the French doors which give direct access to the rear garden as well as the three overhead solar Velux windows.

Upstairs, the bedrooms are all double rooms with three of the bedrooms enjoying the views to the front elevation, whilst the remaining bedroom enjoys views over the garden. The master bedroom, guest bedroom and bedroom three all enjoy fitted wardrobes with the master bedroom also benefiting from a recently upgraded, three-piece en suite shower room. Completing the upstairs and the properties accommodation is the four-piece family bathroom.

Externally to the front is a large driveway which will comfortably house 6 – 8 vehicles. Furthermore, there is a detached double garage which benefits from light and power. The remainder of the front is laid to lawn and well stocked flower beds.

To the rear, there are three parts to the garden. The first section, located closest to the home is the paved terrace, here there are two sections where one can dine outside and the enjoy the summer days and evening sun. To the middle of the garden is an extensive area of lawn which is bordered, as if the terrace with well stocked and mature flower beds. Finally, to the rear of the garden, is an area where vegetables are currently grown, although there is an additional decked terrace here as well.





Directions
Please enter the following postcode into your sat nav system: GL52 6PR where the property will be located on your right if driving up Harp Hill

Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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