Royal Crescent, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50Asking price £1,100,000
- 6 Beds
- 3 Bathrooms
- 5 Receptions
Royal Crescent was built between 1805 and 1825 by Charles Harcourt, an architect from Bath on behalf of the noted architect, Joseph Pitt.
The Crescent was originally built as lodgings for visitors to the Spa and it is believed that in 1832 Princess Victoria visited the Duke of Gloucester at the home we are selling. This is why the house bears the name Queen Victoria House.
Set over four floors, the property exudes the elegance and refinement of the age with high ceilings, feature fireplaces and large
sash windows letting in plenty of light to the stunning interior. As with homes of this design, it is up to the owner to decide how to use the many rooms. There are eleven rooms which can be
configured as reception rooms or bedrooms. Currently the top floor comprises three elegant bedrooms and luxury family bathroom.
The first floor features a thirty foot long kitchen dining room, a formal dining room, family room and the centrepiece of the house, the drawing room with its three sash windows to the front. The raised ground floor has a twenty seven foot grand reception room and three further rooms, currently set up as a library, home office and additional bedroom.
The lower ground floor has a large reception room with store rooms off. There is also a hallway with two cloakrooms.
The property also has additional space with a staff kitchen and shower room and cloakroom on the upper ground floor. There are also store rooms off many of the main rooms, with six store rooms, three of which feature sash windows and the other three act as store rooms or walk in wardrobes to bedrooms. The property is beautifully decorated in keeping with the period and the house retains many period details with cornice, picture
rails and fireplaces. Outside the property has five parking spaces on the crescent which it owns. Giving ample parking in central
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