Property facts for Lauriston House, Cheltenham
Lauriston House is a headquarters office building in a prominent position in Cheltenham’s Montpellier, regarded as one of the South West’s most prestigious commercial addresses. It benefits from a central location and excellent transport links. Built as a villa in 1839-1840 this Grade II listed building was home to Dr Thomas Richardson Colledge, founder of The Medical Missionary Society, who lived here from 1842 until his death in 1879. This prestigious Georgian villa provides a useful mix of open plan and private office accommodation giving occupiers a high level of efficiency and adaptability. It retains many period features including a grand portico, deep sash windows, an ornate parapet, full height Tower of Winds pilasters, high ceilings and marble fire places. The building was extended in the 1980s with the addition of a modern, three storey rear extension which added useful office space at ground and first floors and a first floor mezzanine. The second floor was extended further by the installation of panoramic glazing to the roof and a mezzanine meeting/ creative office space
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