Property of the Day: Lansdown Terrace, Cheltenham

A beautifully renovated townhouse dating back to 1830

THE PROPERTY: This Grade II-listed townhouse with up to seven bedrooms has been renovated with care, while retaining many of the charming period features whose origins can be traced back to its construction in 1830. 

THE LOCATION: Situated on Lansdown Terrace, moments from the lovely Montpellier gardens, this home in the heart of Cheltenham is perfectly positioned to take advantage of the town’s excellent restaurants, independent boutiques and picturesque walking opportunities.

THE INTERIOR: Traditional features such as cornicing and fireplaces sit comfortably alongside modern additions such as the fully glazed extension adjacent to the kitchen, which is smartly fitted out with bespoke Italian units. There is a striking reception hall leading up to the first floor via a stone staircase, where there is a dual-aspect drawing-room with a bar area. The master suite, a further three bedrooms and two bathrooms are spread over the upper floors, while the lower-ground level is home to a  cinema room, wine cellar, gymnasium, guest bedroom and shower room.

WHY WE LOVE IT: There are some delightful outdoor spaces, including the contemporary glazed balcony off the dining-room, which leads out via steps to the enclosed landscaped garden at the front of the house, a large courtyard at the rear of the home and two stone balconies off the first-floor drawing-room.

BUY IT NOW: £2,250,000 with Knight Frank



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