Edwardian town house on tree lined avenue - Regency Cheltenham, The Cotswolds

Edwardian town house on tree lined avenue - Regency Cheltenham, The Cotswolds




Nov 2008

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
1 Bathrooms

About our home

'Maryville' is a modest Edwardian bay windowed semi situated on a tree lined avenue within walking distance of Cheltenham, Montpellier and the railway station. A car is therefore not neccesary but can be made available by arrangement. Living room offers Virgin cable TV leather sofa and armchair. Dining room includes 4/6 seater pine dining table, high speed internet access on Applemac, a wide range of books. Kitchen all amenities provided. Main Bedroom, stripped pine floor, victorian king size bed with Egyptian cotton sheets on pocket sprung divan. Mahogany wardobe space, dresser, boho style bedside tables. Guest Bedroom, simple clean decor, victorian queen size bed Box room has two cots available. Garden has patio area, lawn, apple and pear trees - bit shabby though! There is access to 2 bikes, one an immaculate Pashley hand built cruiser, and a mountain bike.


More about us

  1. Jane and I are looking for a house exchange for summer family holidays with our twin toddlers. We have two beautiful boys who are very well behaved! We are a professional couple - both designers and the house is full of original art works by Jane. We are very flexible and can arrange any requests.

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Where is it?


Cheltenham is a regency gem situated in the heart of the Cotswolds. Within 5 minutes walk of the house is Montpellier with its Georgian stone residences and parks, boutique shops, wine bars and restaurants. Extremely popular with racegoers especially for the Gold Cup and National Hunt festivals. There is also a fine literature festival and modest jazz festival. A short drive takes you over Cleeve Hill and into the Cotswolds with Stow-on-the-Wold, Bibury, Moreton-in-Marshall within 45 minutes drive.

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