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For Sale 4 Bed Barn Conversion

Kings Road, Cheltenham
£1,050,000

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SHOWHOME OPEN THIS WEEKEND - ONLY 2 PLOTS REMAIN.
phone for details: Tivoli Villas is a stunning new development of just 4 wonderful homes in the very heart of Cheltenham, with easy level access to plenty of local shops in Tivoli, Montpellier and the town centre.

Beautifully designed, using the latest in contemporary architecture and specification, these superb 4-bedroom properties, with double garaging, have a truly distinctive look, with the emphasis on space, natural light, minimal maintenance, security for when one is away, and just general all round ease.

Inside, the emphasis is on today's lifestyle as the homes benefit from wonderful open plan living spaces with roof lights and picture windows, opening out onto private, secluded courtyard gardens.

The interior of each townhouse has been beautifully designed with a delicate balance of light and texture. On entering the property, anticipation is built by the superior quality of materials and the full height glass window giving a glimpse of what awaits. Expectations are

exceeded as the room opens up with light streaming into the kitchen space.

This is where the architecture reveals the true contemporary character of the Villa, with the kitchen seamlessly integrated into the fabric of the building. With the monolithic presence of the kitchen island, the space becomes defined; a place for cooking, for dining, for family living.

With its local independent shops and cafes, Andover Road itself, and the Suffolks just beyond, offers residents a delightful shopping experience with all the usual facilities close at hand. For a larger range of modern shops and

the usual high street names you can find 2 shopping arcades in the centre of Cheltenham and larger retail parks within easy reach.

The spa town of Cheltenham - said to be "the most complete regency town in England" is a classic setting for modern living. Regency town houses, characterised by intricate ironwork balconies and painted stucco facades, line the historic Promenade, distinctive squares and attractive terraces. Meanwhile stylish shops and restaurants and renowned festivals of horse racing, music, literature and science give the town a lively and exciting feel the whole year round.

Named after Tivoli, site of celebrated gardens and waterfalls near Rome, the area is among one of the most picturesque parts of Cheltenham and dates from around 1834 when it was part of an estate once belonging to the

Earl of Suffolk. Many of the houses here can be traced to the design of J. B. Papworth, a London architect who also created Montpellier's

magnificent dome of the Rotunda, which is now home to Lloyds Bank. Andover Road is one of the earliest named roads in Tivoli - although up

to the turn of the 18th century it was named Lippiate - and derives its name from the title of the eldest son of the Earls of Suffolk.

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