Front Elevation
2,940 sq ft(273.13 sq m)
Guide price £1,400,000

Stoke Paddock RoadStoke Brishop, Bristol, BS9 2DJ

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Drawing room and dining room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Study
  • Master bedroom suite and guest bedroom suite
  • Two further first floor bedrooms, a bathroom and separate WC
  • Two attic rooms
  • Carriage drive and tandem garage
  • Formal front and rear gardens

A fine Stride family house within this sought after tree lined road.

About this property

  • A much loved and beautifully maintained family house constructed in the 1930s by Stride Brothers, renowned builders during the era. Burrington retains much of its original heritage and notable features include an oak panelled reception hall with a parquet floor, beamed ceiling and a Claygate fireplace. Leaded windows have been adapted and retained within traditional oak casements and more modern enhancements include low maintenance double glazed windows throughout the remainder of the house. The property is arranged over three floors with generous principal rooms, four good sized bedrooms and two adaptable attic rooms.

    Burrington is constructed from part brick and rendered elevations with ornate gables and a wonderful symmetry to both front and rear elevations. There are generous gardens located on three sides, principally laid to lawn and well stocked with heavy planting which provides year round colour. Adjacent to the home is a tandem length garage.

    The canopied porch and solid oak front door with leaded insets, provides access to the reception hall, the central axis to the principal rooms. The drawing room is triple aspect with French doors opening on to the terrace and rear garden and the inglenook is the focal point. The dining room has a picture window with window seat over the rear garden and serving hatch through to the kitchen/breakfast room. A study provides a home office and adjacent is a cloakroom. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of wall and base units with some integrated appliances and there is space and the prerequisite plumbing for a fridge freezer and dishwasher. A half glazed door provides access to the rear lobby and in turn pedestrian access to the garden and garage to the side. The utility houses the wall mounted gas fired boiler supplying the domestic hot water and central heating.

    There are four first floor bedrooms located off the galleried landing. The master bedroom has a fitted cupboard and an en suite bathroom. The guest bedroom is equally well appointed with its own dedicated en suite bathroom and the remaining two bedrooms are served by the family bathroom and a separate WC. The attic rooms could be adapted for further bedroom space, subject to consents and are currently used as a loft store and study.

    The gated entry and carriage drive sweeps across the front of the house and provides ample car parking. The garage is tandem in length and also has a workshop space. The rear garden has a sunny South Easterly orientation with a shaped lawn, establish borders and prolific planting with many perennials, flowering plants, shrubs and trees. A large terrace spans the rear elevation and extends to the side garden where a further secure pedestrian gate can be found. The front is principally laid to lawn.

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Local information

  • A highly desirable and sought after tree lined road close to much green space including the Dingle and Kingsweston Estate. There are many sporting facilities in proximity including golf courses, health, leisure and tennis clubs. North West Bristol has good state and independent schooling with primary schools in proximity and notable independents such as Redmaids and Badminton in Westbury on Trym, Clifton College and Clifton High School in Clifton. There are good communication links to Bristol's commercial centre and extensive rail services from both Bristol Parkway and Temple Meads, which are within 5 miles distant. Junction 17 of the M5 is within 4 miles and serves the South West and Midlands and links to the M4, South Wales and London. Closer to home there are supermarkets, restaurants and bars within the district and for a more extensive shopping experience Cribbs Causeway and Cabot Circus offer a wide array of boutiques and chain stores.

Additional information

  • Mileages
  • Clifton Village: 3.2 miles
  • Bristol City Centre: 3.7 miles
  • M5, Junction 17: 4 miles
  • Bristol Temple Meads: 5 miles
  • Bristol Airport: 10.3 miles
  • EPC Rating = D