Sandywell Park, Whittington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 4HF | Property for sale | Savills
116.41 sq m
Guide price £415,000(11,917,191 EGP)

Sandywell ParkWhittington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 4HF


    Key features

    • Two double bedroom apartment
    • Semi-rural setting
    • Private parking and garage
    • Communal gardens with swimming pool and tennis court
    • Very spacious accommodation
    • Attractive interiors

    A two double bedroom apartment in a sought-after Grade II* listed country house.

    About this property

    • Situated in a convenient setting just off the A40 is Sandywell Park, a stunning Grade II* listed residence built in 1704 and now converted to just 10 apartments. The house was built by Henry Brett and in 1712 was sold to Lord Conway, who added the north and south wings, the sweeping staircase and the gateways. It was later sold by his son to the MP for Gloucestershire, Thomas Tracy. The house has been recognised by English Heritage for its historical interest, including the Baroque-style five-bar front with outsizes Doric pilasters and large windows crowned by a balustraded parapet with urn finials. More impressive still is the main doorway, with its fluted Corinthian columns. Internally there is 18th-century panelling and pediment door frames, while externally there is a striking avenue of limes. The present entrance to the north has an imposing gateway.

      Apartment 6 is situated on the ground floor of the house and has magnificent views over the surrounding gardens and parkland. The property is of generous proportions, extending to more than 1250 sq. ft., and retains a wealth of period character including the characteristic high ceilings, sash windows and decorative plasterwork. The tall windows throughout provide excellent natural light and also serve to frame the lovely views.

      Accessed from the main communal hall, your private door leads to an entrance hallway with storage cupboard and fitted shelving. To the left is the very grand 24 ft long sitting room with two sash windows, beautiful open fireplace and access to the well-appointed kitchen/breakfast room, with secondary access to the communal hall. There is a principal bedroom with en suite bathroom, a further double bedroom and a separate shower room.

      Sandywell Park is set within approximately 5.8 acres of beautifully maintained landscaped gardens and park-like grounds. There is also an outdoor heated swimming pool and a tennis court. In addition to off-road parking, the apartment also has a garage en bloc.

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    All the splendor and beauty of a Georgian Estate without the price tag or the upkeep! What is not to love!

    Sophia BinnsProperty agent

    Local information

    • Sandywell Park is tucked away on a private estate situated well-back from the A40 between Cheltenham and Andoversford. This beautiful location enjoys quintessential Cotswold countryside which provides a wealth of country pursuits. There are also pleasant countryside walks and hacking throughout the local area. The nearby village of Brockhampton has a good village pub and regional and national communications are close at hand with fast access to the A40 and A436. Andoversford village which is just 1 mile away provides a Post Office and village store together with primary school and pub. Comprehensive regional facilities are found in Cheltenham, Cirencester and Stow on the Wold together with an impressive array of schools including Cheltenham College, Cheltenham Ladies College, Dean Close and Pates Grammar.
    • Cheltenham is famed as one of the most complete Regency towns in England and historically the original and most fashionable spa towns. Now a highly desirable place to live the town is well known for its grand houses set amongst formal avenues and beautiful garden squares. For those with a taste for the finer things in life there are Michelin-starred restaurants, popular bars, stylish shops and salons aplenty. For art and history lovers there is The Wilson, Cheltenham's refurbished museum and art gallery, whilst the town also has a thriving cultural scene that includes two concert halls and three theatres. There are the numerous festivals such as The Wychwood Festival, the famous Cheltenham Festivals of literature, science, food and drink and, perhaps the pinnacle for some, the jazz festival, which has historically attracted such known performers as Van Morrison, Jamie Cullum and Jools Holland.
    • The highlight of the year is the annual racing festival culminating with the Cheltenham Gold Cup, the most prestigious event of the National Hunt calendar, and an attraction that draws the public to the town year after year.

    Additional information

    • Services: Mains water and electricity. Electric night storage heaters. Sceptic Tank
    • Managing Agent: CMG
    • Local Authority: Cotswold District Council. Telephone 01285 623000
    • Pets: Not Permitted
    • Short Term Lets: Not Permitted
    • Photography taken July 2022
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Share of Freehold. Lease Expiry: 01/01/2980 (956 years remaining)
    • Service Charge: £5,436.00pa
    • Ground Rent: TBC
    • Council Tax Band: E