Sandford Park House
Sandford Park House will be home to a range of luxury 1 to 3-bedroom apartments in the heart of Cheltenham. The building will be restored to its former grandeur, with historic features retained and refurbished, together with the reintroduction of various fixtures and fittings appropriate to the historic nature of the property.
A beautiful collection of 8 luxury apartments in a stunning Regency setting.
All homes are designed for modern 21st Century living and feature impressive open-plan living areas, which use existing bay window layouts to create truly stunning spaces.
Historic homes in a Regency setting
Sandford Park House was originally built in around 1830 as two separate dwellings and formed part of an imposing streetscape along London Road during a relatively late phase in the Regency development of the town of Cheltenham. The property comprises a prominent building on the south side of London Road where its width and bold bow-fronted design make it a distinctive addition to an impressive avenue of Regency buildings marking the entrance to the town from the east. It remains an important illustration of the growth of the town at this period alongside surrounding properties which collectively illustrate the architectural tastes and domestic life of fashionable Regency society. Divided up into eight luxury apartments, the house will be restored to its former grandeur with historic features retained and restored together with the reintroduction of various fixtures and fittings appropriate to the historic nature of the building.
All apartments at Sandford Park House will benefit from the highest modern specification. Contemporary interiors will be specified by our interior design team to meet purchaser expectations and will feature the following:
- Shaker style kitchen in a number of colour options.
- Quartz countertops.
- Chrome/brass taps and fittings.
- Miele kitchen appliances.
- Period styled vanity units.
- Chrome basin, bath, and shower fixtures.
- Tiled shower walls with white shower trays.
- Free standing or wood panel-sided baths.
- Internal walls of apartments and communal areas/stairwells are generally in plaster and painted.
- Main entrance lobby walls feature skirting, moulding, and wall panelling.
- Lobby floor ‘Smoked White Oak’ brushed and oiled Versailles panel.
- High quality engineered wood flooring throughout common areas.
- Boucle type carpets in bedrooms.
- Main stairs railing restored and painted.
- On stairs carpet runner, Sisal look flooring for hard wearing purposes with bronze stair rods.
- Plaster board and skim on timber battens, or framing.
- Antique bronze or brass fittings.
- Private gated entrance at front with allocated parking spaces.
- Electric car-charging points.
- Fully landscaped gardens to front.
- Communal patio area to rear. Shared cycle storage.
- Enclosed shared bin store to rear
Regency splendour in the heart of Cheltenham
There is stunning Regency architecture at every turn, with the grand tree-lined Promenade and picturesque Pittville Park just two of many highlights in the town while for further magnificence the pretty village of Winchcombe just 10 miles away is home to the hidden historic gem of Sudeley Castle where Henry VIII’s wife Katherine Parr is buried and was the capital of the Kingdom of Mercia in the middle ages.
Enjoy the outdoors
Beautiful countryside is all around with miles of hills to explore on foot or bike at nearby spots such as Cleeve or Leckhampton plus the fabulous Malvern Hills and impressive Forest of Dean just a short drive away. Positioned at the heart of the Cotswolds you are also within a 30-minute drive of iconic locations like Bourtonon-the-Water and Stow-on-the-Wold as well as the popular market town of Cirencester and the historic City of Gloucester.
Eat, drink and shop
There’s no doubt that Cheltenham is something of a foodie’s paradise with a wide range of high-quality restaurants including The Ivy, in a beautiful setting in the Montpellier area, Indian fine dining at Prithvi as well as Brasserie Blanc which is part of the impressive Queens Hotel – also a good place for traditional afternoon tea. The shopping experience in Cheltenham is dominated by a wealth of independent boutiques but there are also big-name brands and high street staples in the centre of town together with a flagship John Lewis not to be missed.
The festival town
Cheltenham has an arts, culture and festival calendar to rival most places in the world with over 25 festivals a year. From the world leading Literature Festival to the longest running Cricket Festival, plus jazz, science and classical music in between - and for those rare times festivals aren’t on, you can get your dose of culture at the Grade II listed Everyman Theatre or The Wilson art gallery, part of the highly regarded museum. However, the biggest annual event is in March when the world-famous Cheltenham Festival brings thousands of spectators to enjoy a unique atmosphere as the finest horses, jockeys and trainers battle it out for the highest jump-racing honours.
Top quality schools
Cheltenham is able to offer excellent education options in both state and independent sectors. Cheltenham College, a high-achieving day and boarding school in a stunning location, Cheltenham Ladies College with top class facilities, Dean Close School and St Edwards are all highly rated independents together with Pates Grammar school which regularly appears in top national listings. For state options, you will struggle to beat nearby Balcarras School in Charlton Kings, which is one of the top-rated secondaries in the country and has been rated ‘outstanding’ in its last four OFSTED reports dating back to 2001.
Location and Connections
Sandford Park House is conveniently positioned in the centre of town and Cheltenham enjoys easy access to the Cotswolds, Birmingham and Bristol.
M5 - J11
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