Charlton Kings, Cheltenham

£700,000 Guide priceFor Sale

  • Versatile detached chalet style bungalow
  • Four bedrooms
  • Planning in place to extend if desired
  • Three bathrooms
  • Double garage and driveway parking
  • 22ft sitting/dining room
  • Additional garage/potential home office/workshop
  • Sunny southerly facing rear aspect
  • Mature and private gardens
  • Excellent scope for further enhancement/improvement


A versatile detached chalet style bungalow in all 2145 sq ft and offering excellent scope for further enhancement/improvement.

Occupying a delightful semi rural setting at the top of Sandy Lane. Located close to open countryside, good local schools and amenities the property also benefits from having planning in place for extension/remodelling if desired.

The well proportioned accommodation is predominantly arranged on one level with the exception of the large master bedroom which is 18ft with an en suite and useful built in wardrobes, this lies above the double garage.

Entrance is via a porch which leads through to the entrance hall with storage cupboard. The L-shaped sitting/dining room lies to the rear of the property and enjoys a southerly sunny dual aspect overlooking and with direct access into the garden. There is a fitted kitchen and utility room, with planning permission in place for this to be extended if desired - plans are in our office. There are three further double bedrooms, the second bedroom has the benefit of an en suite shower room and there is a further separate main bathroom and useful study.

Additional benefits of this individual property include gas fired central heating, double glazing. As previous described the property enjoys the benefit of planning application number 17/01020/FUL dated 20th July 2017 This enables; single storey front and side pitched roof extension, proposed flat roof rear/side extension, proposed dormer window to front to existing accommodation over garage, internal and external alterations.


Charlton Kings is known to date back to the Iron Age, following the discovery of a villa in 1980. Much of the ancient beauty has been retained with Charlton common and the surrounding Leckhampton Hill with it's Cotswold trails.

Modernity has developed sought after junior and secondary schools, both state and independent. With a population of around 10,000 there are several well established shopping areas, pubs and four churches. There are community activities, local football teams and a golf club.

An ideal location just a few miles from Cheltenham town centre, but on the fringes before rural areas and good access for Oxford, Cirencester and London.

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