Savills | Royal Crescent, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 3DA | Property for sale
5,370 sq ft(498.89 sq m)
Excess of £800,000

Royal CrescentCheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 3DA

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Substantial Grade II* listed terrace
  • Extensive accommodation over four floors
  • 5370 square feet
  • Requires general modernisation and reorganisation
  • Lots of potential, subject to any necessary consents or permissions
  • Five parking spaces at the front with further space at the rear

A significant Grade II* listed terraced property in a sought after location, with extensive accommodation currently utilised as offices.

About this property

  • 16 Royal Crescent is a substantial Grade II* listed terraced property, currently used as offices, but offering huge potential for alternative uses, subject to any necessary consents or permissions.

    With space arranged over four floors, the accommodation extends to about 5370 square feet, including a lower ground floor with excellent ceiling height, and the wonderful first floor former drawing room with three windows on to a narrow balcony.

    Outside to the front is parking for five cars further supplemented by additional space to the rear, which has potential use as a courtyard garden, accessed via Royal Well Place.

    Royal Crescent is a wonderful arcing terrace of substantial Grade II* listed property, many of which are used as offices, but increasingly being altered back to distinguished homes. Pleasingly, many of the wonderful character features are still in place.

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I adore Royal Crescent with its wonderful authentic façade and its amazing access to the town centre

Chris JarrettProperty agent

Local information

  • Royal Crescent is a landmark Grade II* listed terrace situated very close to the centre of Cheltenham with a private road at the front.
  • Cheltenham is famed as one of the most complete Regency towns in England and historically the original and most fashionable spa.
  • Less than a hundred miles from London it nestles beautifully between the Cotswold Hills and the Wye Valley, and is home to numerous prestigious schools including Cheltenham College, Cheltenham Ladies College, Dean Close and Pates Grammar.
  • Now a highly sought after 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, numerous bars, stylish shops and salons aplenty. For art and history lovers there is The Wilson, Cheltenham's newly refurbished museum and art gallery, whilst Cheltenham 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 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.
  • Undoubtedly for many more, the highlight of the year is the annual racing festival culminating with the Cheltenham Gold Cup, the blue riband event of the national hunt calendar, and an attraction that draws the public to the town year after year.

Additional information

  • Services = Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Gas fired central heating.
  • Local Authority = Cheltenham Borough Council. Tel: 01242 262626.
  • Photography = taken April 2022
  • EPC Exempt
  • Tenure = Freehold