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6 Montpellier House, Suffolk Square, Cheltenham, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 2DY

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  • 1 bed
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Situated in the heart of the Suffolks, a beautifully presented and proportioned, elegant first floor apartment situated in an impressive Grade II listed landmark building in one of Cheltenham's most sought after areas.

Situated in the heart of the Suffolks, a beautifully presented and proportioned, elegant first floor apartment situated in an impressive Grade II listed landmark building in one of Cheltenham's most sought after areas.

Occupying part of the first floor of a classic Grade II listed building of great elegance with interesting historical links to the famous architect Sir Robert Smirke who lived in Montpellier House until 1867. Smirke was responsible for designing many famous classical buildings to include the main block and fa?ade of the British Museum. The apartment boasts proportions rarely found in period conversions coupled with an array of fine original features such as virtually floor to ceiling sash hung windows with working shutters and deep period cornices.

Accessed via a grand communal entrance hall, the apartment flows from the entrance hall to a capacious 26ft open plan drawing room/kitchen. The four sash hung windows with working shutters and the dual aspect with views across the immaculately maintained communal grounds and out across the charming architecture of the square and the bowling green ensure a light and bright atmosphere making this an elegant yet comfortable room finished in a contemporary style. A breakfast bar divides the well fitted kitchen from the drawing room with integrated appliances and quartz worktops. There is a double bedroom which enjoys unusually high ceilings and elegant mouldings with a full length sash window with working shutters and charming views of the rolling Cotswold hills in the distance. The bathroom has been fitted to an excellent standard.

Additional benefits of this fine apartment include a designated off road parking space along with guest parking spaces within the grounds.

Cheltenham is often known as the gateway to the Cotswolds and famed for its extensive range of festivals, including National Hunt, music, drama, science, food and drink and jazz.

There are extensive modern shopping facilities within the town and a range of recreational and cultural amenities, including golf courses, racecourse, theatre and cinema.

There are additional excellent connections to the other nearby centres via the M5 giving easy access to Bristol and Birmingham and there is a mainline railway station with services to London.
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£375,000

1 bed property for sale

6 Montpellier House, Suffolk Square, Cheltenham, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 2DY
Situated in the heart of the Suffolks, a beautifully presented and proportioned, elegant first floor apartment situated in an impressive Grade II listed landmark building in one of Cheltenham's most sought after areas.

Situated in the heart of the Suffolks, a beautifully presented and proportioned, elegant first floor apartment situated in an impressive Grade II listed landmark building in one of Cheltenham's most sought after areas.

Occupying part of the first floor of a classic Grade II listed building of great elegance with interesting historical links to the famous architect Sir Robert Smirke who lived in Montpellier House until 1867. Smirke was responsible for designing many famous classical buildings to include the main block and fa?ade of the British Museum. The apartment boasts proportions rarely found in period conversions coupled with an array of fine original features such as virtually floor to ceiling sash hung windows with working shutters and deep period cornices.

Accessed via a grand communal entrance hall, the apartment flows from the entrance hall to a capacious 26ft open plan drawing room/kitchen. The four sash hung windows with working shutters and the dual aspect with views across the immaculately maintained communal grounds and out across the charming architecture of the square and the bowling green ensure a light and bright atmosphere making this an elegant yet comfortable room finished in a contemporary style. A breakfast bar divides the well fitted kitchen from the drawing room with integrated appliances and quartz worktops. There is a double bedroom which enjoys unusually high ceilings and elegant mouldings with a full length sash window with working shutters and charming views of the rolling Cotswold hills in the distance. The bathroom has been fitted to an excellent standard.

Additional benefits of this fine apartment include a designated off road parking space along with guest parking spaces within the grounds.

Cheltenham is often known as the gateway to the Cotswolds and famed for its extensive range of festivals, including National Hunt, music, drama, science, food and drink and jazz.

There are extensive modern shopping facilities within the town and a range of recreational and cultural amenities, including golf courses, racecourse, theatre and cinema.

There are additional excellent connections to the other nearby centres via the M5 giving easy access to Bristol and Birmingham and there is a mainline railway station with services to London.