London Road, Warmley, Bristol, Gloucestershire, BS30 5JB | Property for sale | Savills
299.33 sq m
Guide price £795,000(47,965,869 EGP)

London RoadWarmley, Bristol, Gloucestershire, BS30 5JB


    Key features

    • Detached, early 1900's family home
    • 3222 square foot of well-appointed accommodation
    • Four double bedrooms and a loft room
    • Family bathroom and three shower rooms
    • Modern kitchen / dining room with separate utility
    • Two further reception rooms and a study
    • Substantial games room with snooker table, bar and cinema room
    • Wrap around, level gardens
    • Ample off-street parking for multiple cars

    A substantial family home with wrap around gardens and games room.

    About this property

    • A substantial and beautifully presented, detached family home with a modern finish, wrap around gardens and a superb games room with full size snooker table.

      The property is set back from the road and accessed via an electric gate and sizeable, graveled drive providing parking for multiple cars. The front door leads into a spacious entrance hall with ample space for coats and boots and engineered oak flooring throughout. The modern and spacious, Shaker style kitchen sits at the end of the hall to the left and is of an excellent size with a Rangemaster cooker, free standing fridge freezer (subject to negotiation), dishwasher, island and breakfast bar. There is spot lighting overhead and a range of wall and base units for storage. The dining area provides space for dining 6 plus people and has direct access onto the south facing garden. A utility room sits just off the kitchen housing the white goods (subject to negotiation) and boiler. Also off the kitchen is a useful boot room by the back door and a shower room with underfloor heating. Back off the hall are two charming reception rooms and a study. All these rooms have hard wood flooring throughout and benefit from a duel aspect. The sitting room and living room have lovely bays overlooking the front drive whilst the study has garden views and a built-in desk and shelving. A log burner kicks out heat in the living room.

      Completing the ground floor accommodation is a superb games room and cinema room with a built-in bar and a full size snooker table. The room provides a fantastic space in which to host and entertain.

      Upstairs, there are four bedrooms arranged over the first floor including a principal suite and a modern, tiled family bathroom with bath and separate shower. All the rooms are carpeted doubles and benefit from double glazed windows. Bedrooms 1 and 2 have charming feature fireplaces whilst bedrooms 3 and 4 have built-in wardrobes. The top floor has been converted and has air conditioning and provides a useful, additional loft room with lovely, rural views, its own shower room and a landing space for storage.

      Externally, a path from the dining room leads up to a south facing, flag stone terrace, ideal for al fresco dining. Raised beds lined with Beech trees provide a private border. A level lawn and stone wall wraps around the rear of the property with plenty of space for trampolines and climbing frames. There is also a greenhouse, three raised planters and a shed. Access is possible all the way around the property.

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    A perfectly located family home between Bath and Bristol.

    Sholto ThompsonProperty agent

    Local information

    • Communications are excellent with Bristol and Bath offering mainline high speed rail links (Bath Spa, Bristol Temple Meads and Bristol Parkway stations) to London, the West Country, Midlands and South Wales. Keynsham station offers rail connections with Salisbury and the south coast as well as Bristol and Bath. Both Bristol and Bath offer extensive leisure, sporting, arts and recreational facilities. Educational opportunities within Bath include Kingswood, Prior Park, The Royal High School, King Edwards and Monkton Combe. Bristol offers Clifton College, Bristol Grammar School, Badminton School, Clifton High School, QEH and Colstons School. The A431 offers direct and rural journey into Bath (six miles) and through country lanes of the Golden Valley to Lansdown and the closest M4 motorway junction 18 (Bath).

    Additional information

    • Mains water
    • Mains electricity
    • Mains gas
    • Mains drainage
    • Gas central heating
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G