The property comprises a prominent single storey ground floor unit
under a flat roof at the front, and a pitched roof at the rear. The unit
provides a split level retail area with a small kitchen and WC facilities.
There is a small enclosed rear courtyard which is accessed via the side
Cheltenham, which is some 40 miles north east of Bristol and 7 miles
north east of Gloucester and is situated on the edge of the Cotswolds, is home
to the renowned Cheltenham Festival, held annually in March at Cheltenham
The town is also known for its Regency heritage and buildings, including the Pittville Pump Room,
a remnant of Cheltenham’s past as a spa town. Oher tourist attractions include
The Wilson Museum, and the Victorian Everyman Theatre.
The property is situated on Bath
Road in the popular Montpelier suburb of Cheltenham, a short distance from the
Bath Road is a neighbourhood
shopping parade with a number of multiples including a Sainsbury convenience
store and a Co-op Supermarket, as well as various local artisan shops.
Situated at the end of the
Promenade, and south of the town’s principal shopping area, Montpelier is one
of Cheltenham’s most desirable residential areas.