A pretty Grade II Listed end terrace Regency townhouse forming part of a pair probably designed by John Forbes, the architect of the Pittville estate around 1824-28. The property has some very attractive external iron work including uprights and a canopy over the front entrance and the typical Georgian 6 x 6 sash hung windows.
The internal accommodation is arranged over three floors and comprises a reception vestibule with double doors to hall; living room with cupboards to one alcove, picture rail, ceiling rose, marble fireplace with inset gas fire and polished stone hearth and a sash window to the front with plantation shutters; sitting room with timber fireplace, shelving and cupboards to one alcove, picture rail, ceiling rose, three-quarter length sash window to the rear with plantation shutters; family room/study with double doors to the rear deck.
On the lower ground level is a hall with storage cupboard; large dining area with sash window to the front, cupboards to one alcove, square arch into kitchen which has oven, gas hob, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher, sash window to rear.
The bathroom has a sash window to side, bath, separate shower, heated towel rail and boiler cupboard. There are three first floor bedrooms, two with plantation shutters and two having built-in wardrobes.
Outside, there is a small area to front with lavender, box and laurel hedging to front border. The rear garden is small and decked with a covered pathway through to Montpellier Retreat.
The property is situated in the heart of The Suffolks on the south side of Cheltenham, an area that is renowned for its antique and vintage shops, restaurants and bars. Montpellier Villas is well placed for access to the good local shops and amenities in the nearby Bath Road as well as access to Montpellier and the Promenade.
Small Town Gardens to Front & Rear
No Onward Chain