A beautiful detached Charlton Kings home, built circa 1920, with comfortable three storey accommodation including five bedrooms and three reception rooms, and a wonderful large garden.
Kitsford is a very pretty detached house, understood to have been built around 1920, and benefits from the appearance of its era, including a very pretty rose coloured tiled roof, red brick elevations with part timbered inserts and part tile hung elevations, as well as a stunning large garden with grounds in total extending to just over a quarter of an acre.
There are three floors of accommodation, with the upper two floors including five bedrooms in total, with a master bedroom and en suite, as well as a family bathroom. On the second floor, in addition, is a very large walk in loft space that could provide additional accommodation subject to any necessary planning or building regulation consents.
On the ground floor, a pretty entrance door leads in to an entrance porch, with a further door in to the hallway. To the left is a study and beyond is the sitting room, with a pair of double doors in to a conservatory overlooking the rear garden. To the side of the staircase is the cloakroom, whilst ahead is the dining room, with a wide opening in to the kitchen, which comprises a range of cupboard and drawer units.
From the dining room is a door in to the utility room, off which is a walk in larder, with a further door in to a covered side passage. There are two storage areas and a gardeners lavatory, to the side of which is the tandem double garage.
Outside, to the front, is a tarmac driveway providing parking and to the rear is the lovely garden. This extends to just over a quarter of an acre, and features a wide lawn and a variety of mature plants and shrubs, including fruit trees, with a vegetable garden at the far end.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Gas fired central heating.
Cheltenham Borough Council. Tel: 01242 262626.
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What a lovely house and a pleasure to be selling, a combination of lovely features, a great location and a wonderful garden.Chris Jarrett