- Built in the early 1900"s, this extended family home offers four double bedrooms
- Mature, established and relatively private rear garden
- Living room with open fireplace and French door leading to conservatory
- Master bedroom with double fitted windows and double aspect windows.
- Driveway parking for multiple cars. Oversized garage with rear access to the garden
- Located along a private road in a highly desirable location of Cheltenham
- Wonderfully appointed kitchen with glazed orangery giving access to rear garden
- Additional rooms downstairs include entrance porch, hall, cloakroom and dining area
- Modern family bathroom with separate cloakroom
- A property that must be viewed to be fully appreciated. Offered to the market chain free.
Welcome to The White House, offered to the market with no onward chain, this substantial four double bedroom family home which originally dates back to the early 1900s is located along a private road within a highly desirable and sought-after location with Cheltenham.
The White House is located in an area known as 'The Reddings' which is just over three miles away from the heart of the Cheltenham and the fashionable area of Montpellier, synonymous for its shopping, bars, restaurants café's and Imperial Gardens, which throughout the year is home to many a festival to include: Jazz, Science, Food and Literature.
Closer to home, The White House is within close proximity to two supermarkets, a host of smaller, independents shops and retail park whilst for those needing to commute, the M5 motorway (Junction 11) is close by and allows for the larger cities of Birmingham, Bristol and Bath to be easily reached.
Returning to the property, the home enjoys spacious accommodation across the two floors and is well appointed and ready to move into and enjoy, from the very first moment.
On the ground floor the accommodation comprises of a welcoming entrance porch which has fitted storage ensuring coats and shoes are hidden from sight. An internal door leads into the ground floor hallway where there is a downstairs cloakroom and doors leading to the reception rooms. Of the reception areas the rooms include the living room, which has a log burning fire inset to a brick surround. Further features of the room include a leaded light front window, picture rail and sliding doors which lead into the adjoining conservatory, which gives a wonderful overview of the properties established garden.
Moving to the other side of the home is the wonderfully appointed kitchen/breakfast room which in turn opens onto the orangery. The kitchen is modern and in keeping with the period of the home and enjoys a wealth of integral appliances, a Belfast sink and granite work surfaces.
The orangery floods the rooms with plenty of light and creates an area where all the family can be, whether this is to work or to socialise. French doors lead into the garden and directly onto the paved terrace.
Moving upstairs, the four bedrooms are all a good size with three bedrooms running across the front of the property and the final overlooking the rear garden. The master bedroom has two large fitted wardrobes and a fitted shower unit whilst Bedroom two also enjoys fitted storage.
The family bathroom is modern and is fully tiled. The bathroom is a two piece suite and as such the final room completing the upper level is the cloakroom.
Stepping outside, the front driveway is a good size and will comfortably house multiple cars whilst there is also the attached garage which at present is used as a workshop. The garage benefits from light, power and rear access into the garden and subject to planning being obtained, one may wish to convert and use as an additional reception room to the home or convert to a home office.
The rear garden is mature and established and enjoys a high degree of privacy. Comprising of paved seating area, lawns and a raised covered area, which in our opinion would make a great space for the housing of a hot tub!
In summary, The White House is a super home, located in a super area and as such, viewing come highly recommended.
Please enter the following postcode into your sat nav system: GL51 6RP. Upon entering the road, the property can be found on the left hand side as advertised by our For Sale sign
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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