Savills | The Broad Walk, Imperial Square, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 1QG | Properties for sale
117.06 sq m(1,260 sq ft)
Guide price £595,000(€655,267)

The Broad WalkImperial Square, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 1QG


    Key features

    • Superior second floor apartment
    • Central location on Imperial Square
    • Secure parking and residential permits available
    • Period style features throughout
    • Communal access and lift

    A stylish and well-presented second floor apartment on Imperial Square.

    About this property

    • 36E The Broadwalk is located on the second floor of a delightful, purpose built, property which was constructed in the Regency style about twenty years ago.

      The apartment offers spacious accommodation with a generous central entrance hall leading through to the modern galley kitchen. The sitting room enjoys dual aspect and benefits from three sash windows. Folding doors open into the dining room, which could also be used as an occasional bedroom.

      The main bedroom offers fitted wardrobes and en suite bathroom with separate shower. The second bedroom also has fitted storage and there is a further bathroom across the hall.

      There is a lift within the building and the property benefits from an underground allocated parking space which can be supplemented by residents parking permits.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This is a wonderful modern, light and versatile apartment that holds all the Georgian charm of Cheltenham.

    Chris JarrettProperty agent

    Local information

    • 36E The Broadwalk is situated within walking distance of Montpellier, an area of Cheltenham with a cosmopolitan lifestyle having cafes with wonderful on street terraces and wine bars, close to the town centre. Cheltenham became a spa town in 1716, although its popularity flourished after King George III visited in 1788. Its heyday as a spa town was to last from about 1790 to 1840 and it was during these years that many of the town's fine Regency terraces, crescents and villas were built.
    • Today Cheltenham offers a wide range of facilities for everyday living with many shops, restaurants and bars as well as a good selection of excellent schools including Cheltenham Ladies' College, Cheltenham College (co-ed), St Edward's and Dean Close. The town is also well known for the many literary and music festivals that it holds as well as the cricket and national hunt festivals, including the Gold Cup meeting in the spring.

    Additional information

    • Tenure: Leasehold with a 999 year lease from 1 January 1996. The current service charge is £2845.01 per annum.
    • Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage. Gas fired central heating.
    • Postcode: GL50 1QG
    • EPC Rating = C