‘Pretty epic’ inside Zara and Mike Tindall’s former £1.69 million four-floor Cheltenham mansion.


‘Pretty epic’ inside Zara and Mike Tindall’s former £1.69m four-floor Cheltenham mansion.

Prior to 2013, ZARA TINDALL and Mike Tindall lived in Cheltenham, on Princess Anne’s Gatcombe Park estate in Gloucestershire.

How did it feel on the inside?

Zara Tindall, 40, and Mike Tindall, 43, welcomed their third child Lucas in March 2021 at their Gatcombe Park family home.

But before moving into Princess Anne’s home, the couple lived at Hallery House in Cheltenham, which one royal fan on Instagram, @alessiolaruffa, described as “pretty epic.”

Zara and Mike announced their engagement outside the house in December 2010, but the house remained private until it was put on the market years later. Zara and Mike sold the house for £1.2 million in 2013, and it was worth 1.69 million by 2017.

The listing included photos of the property’s stunning interiors, which included a hot tub, cinema, and gym.

The townhouse is a Grade II property with four floors and nearly 5,000 square feet of living space.

“The Tindalls weren’t here that long, but they refurbished it to what it is now,” Nick Chivers of Knight Frank, who listed the property, told the Daily Mail.

“The current owners purchased it from them and have since improved it by adding a double garage to round out the package.

“The house is detached, which is unusual for Cheltenham townhouses, and there are many excellent amenities nearby.”

“The basement can be used as a separate self-contained apartment, making it a very versatile property.”

The stunning living room features triple floor-to-ceiling sash windows, ornate ceiling mouldings, and a large wood stove in the center.

Mike and Zara had also added a unique coffee table made of pebbles with a glass top that sat on top of a cowhide rug to the space.

The house has a large master bedroom and six other bedrooms on the inside.

The master bedroom features three large bay windows with sash shutters, as well as cream walls and hardwood floors.

Mike and Zara had designed the home to look exactly like it did at the time, according to Nick Chivers of Knight Frank.

He said, “The Tindalls did a fantastic job of making it look very beautiful.”

A second bedroom in the house has a similar muted color scheme and a wooden bed.

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