Hempsted Lane, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL2 5JR | Property for sale | Savills
253.81 sq m
Offers over £650,000(39,195,457 EGP)

Hempsted LaneGloucester, Gloucestershire, GL2 5JR


    Key features

    • A stylish Grade II listed Georgian home with pleasant far-reaching views.
    • Light and airy accommodation equating to 2,732 square feet.
    • Double garage with parking and an adjoining garden.
    • An array of period features together with a wealth of character and charm.
    • Attractive countryside walks in the immediate vicinity.
    • Discreetly located on the outskirts of the Cathedral City.

    A highly stylish Grade II listed Georgian home finished to an exacting standard.

    About this property

    • Newark House is a superbly appointed Grade II listed period home enjoying a semi-rural position on the outskirts of the city. Finished to an exacting standard with light and airy rooms, the accommodation equates to 2,732 sq. ft of comfortable living space.

      The dual aspect kitchen has a range of cabinetry, wood block surfaces, a stylish breakfast bar together with plentiful appliance space. The formal sitting room has an attractive inset log burning stove and a traditional parquet floor. In addition, the spacious dining room affords the ideal place to entertain and enjoy large social gatherings. In addition there is a well-appointed cloakroom. The cellar provides useful storage space and equates to 527 sq. ft.

      The first floor consists of four good-sized bedrooms and a superbly fitted family bathroom. The principal room is served by an en suite and enjoys pleasant far-reaching views.

      The low maintenance garden is adjacent to the main house, bounded by hedgerow and fencing it is principally laid to lawn. Interspersed with mature trees, shrubs and plants there is an attractive seating area and well-stocked herbaceous borders. The double garage has power and lighting with allocated parking to the front.

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    Newark House is a superb family home, discreetly positioned and stylishly finished: a delight!

    Phil BatesProperty agent

    Local information

    • The Cathedral city of Gloucester has a wide selection of shops, bars, and restaurants together with an array of amenities. There are pleasant walks to the historic docks, and the designer outlet shopping centre. There is a city hospital, leisure centre and a mainline train station: Direct route to London Paddington (approximately 2.15 hours)
    • The Regency town of Cheltenham is approximately 11 miles away. With arguably a greater selection of shops, there is an impressive selection of boutique stalls, coffee houses and independent eateries. The town also has a mainline train station and hospital.
    • Both Gloucester and Cheltenham are home to a number of the most prestigious schools in the country. The King's School, Gloucester, Cheltenham College, Dean Close Preparatory School and Cheltenham Ladies' College are but a few.
    • The M5 motorway is approximately 8 miles away, providing direct access to the West Country, Bristol and The Midlands.

    Additional information

    • Services connected: Mains electric, mains drainage, mains water, gas fired central heating.
    • Local Authority: Gloucester City Council.
    • EPC Exempt
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E