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A classic Regency townhouse in the heart of the renown Cheltenham Spa, the quintessential English Spa Town.
Cheltenham, famed for being one of the most complete Regency towns in England and historically the original and most fashionable spa town, is less than a hundred miles from London; situated between the beautiful Cotswold Hills and the stunning Wye Valley.
20 Lansdown Parade is a fine five bedroom, four bathroom terraced Regency Townhouse close to the original Regency heart of Cheltenham, Montpellier and is surrounded by formal avenues and beautiful garden squares. Despite Lansdown being so central it is in a quiet leafy location.
Laid out over four floors the house is a classic English townhouse configuration with a raided ground floor providing the main living space and kitchen breakfast room, which gives you access to the courtyard garden. The Lower Ground Floor has a home office and meeting or relaxing space with high fidelity set up and the fifth bedroom with adjacent shower room; from which you can also access the Mediterranean courtyard garden. There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms – one en-suite with bath and shower – on the first floor and the second floor has the final bedroom with freestanding bath and a basin.
Being so close to the heart of Cheltenham everything is in easy walking distance and our unique App guides you to our many dining and drinking recommendations. Use the Additional Information button to see more about Cheltenham and the local area.
Cheltenham is the place to indulge in the finer things in life with Michelin-starred restaurants, stylish shops and chic salons. Art and history enthusiasts can visit The Wilson, the town’s newly refurbished museum and art gallery. The cultural scene is bustling with two concert halls and three theaters, along with a very packed annual festival season including the Wychwood and the renown annual literature, science, food and drink, and jazz festivals. For many, the highlight of the year is the annual racing festival culminating in the Cheltenham Gold Cup, the blue-ribbon event of the national hunt calendar, attracting visitors year after year.
An easy walk away is the amazing historic Grade II listed Lido – open air heated swimming pool – and there are pay for use tennis courts in Montpellier Gardens but do plan ahead as they are very popular. The house is also an easy drive to the stunning Cotswold countryside making it an ideal base from which to explore this very unique part of the world.
The house is ideally located for parents with children at Cheltenham College, Cheltenham Ladies College and Dean Close schools for half terms stays.