The property is approached via a storm porch at the front, leading into an entrance hallway with access to the reception, dining room and stairs leading to the first floor
The reception room is well lit with natural light from the bay windows, featuring original sash timber frames. The room also boasts the original parquet flooring, picture rail, high skirting boards and tiled fireplace. The dining room is dual aspect with cornicing, a stone fire place and hearth, built in cupboards and sash windows. A door from the dining room leads into the kitchen, comprising a range of wall and base units and the room is served by a large, southwest facing picture window. There is a very handy pantry cupboard and access to the rear garden via a porch.
Off an inner lobby to the rear of the kitchen there is a shower-room comprising of a large shower cubicle, pedestal sink and low level WC. Also located off the lobby is a room currently used as a bedroom with door to the rear garden. This could be used as a further reception room.
Upstairs there are four bedrooms, the master having two sash windows and a period fireplace. A second bedroom also features a period fireplace.
The property is situated in a large plot of just under 0.5 acre (approx.) with frontage to Church Road and Crippetts Lane. The front garden is surrounded by a low stone wall with shrubs and a path leading to the front door. To the side of the house is a drive. To the rear of the property and in the main garden there are a number of outbuildings, a green house and a field gate to the garden off Crippetts Lane. Along the boundaries and within the site are numerous mature trees but it's mainly laid to lawn.
From the A417 take the A46 to Cheltenham and pass through Shurdington and take Leckhampton Lane on your right. Follow the road until a cross roads with Farm Lane and Crippetts Lane and continue ahead and the property is the first on the right on Church Road.