Savills | Linden Road, Clevedon, North Somerset, BS21 7SL | Properties for sale
379.32 sq m(4,083 sq ft)
Guide price £1,250,000

Linden RoadClevedon, North Somerset, BS21 7SL

    Key features

    • Detached Victorian home
    • Two reception rooms
    • Office and separate study
    • Magnificent open plan 31ft kitchen dining room
    • Orangery
    • Four first floor bedrooms, three bathrooms and dressing room
    • Self-contained two double bedroom lower level apartment
    • Fully enclosed professionally landscaped gardens with driveway for three vehicles

    A superb renovated detached period home of great style and elegance, along with a self contained two double bedroom lower level apartment/annex.

    About this property

    • This is truly a striking and impressive renovation of a fine three storey period home, located in the heart of the much sought after residential area of mid Clevedon. Many buyers of these large homes seek the ability to generate useful additional income and this property has been cleverly adapted to include a fully self-contained two double bedroom apartment at the lower level, which would work equally well for those seeking to house a dependent relative. It is rare to find a home in such beautiful decorative order throughout, and it is evident that all interior fittings have been carefully selected to create a home with a contemporary elegant style that flows effortlessly throughout the whole property. Although by no means a comprehensive list, works that have been carried out include partial re-roofing where required, external repointing, replacement stone work and cleaning, refurbished windows, new ceilings, re plastering, timber treatment, rewiring, a new central heating system with underfloor heating to many areas.
      An outstanding area of note is the wonderful open plan kitchen dining room that extends into the adjoining orangery with large lantern roof and bi-fold doors that flood this area with natural sunlight. Bathrooms are of equally high end style and we are confident that buyers will struggle to find more impressive bathrooms than these installed by the award winning Ripples of Bath. At the front of the property a driveway provides parking for a number of vehicles with a few gentle steps up to the front door, opening into the vestibule with study off. Radiating off the larger inner reception hall are the two principle reception rooms which feature fireplaces and one with wood burning stove. A large home office with built in Neville Johnson furniture provides extensive storage and a perfect environment for those who now find themselves working from home on a more regular basis. Also set off the hallway is the useful boot room and the ground floor cloakroom. The kitchen features smart uncluttered lines with walnut and silver Smallbone cabinets and black granite work surfaces with a range of Miele and Siemens appliances. Wherever possible, period features have been retained throughout the property with restored coving and ceiling cornicing, cast iron fire places and a number of rooms with original internal working window shutters.

      The lower level apartment is of a generous proportion, again featuring a large kitchen/dining room of over 20ft in length, a large sitting room and two double bedrooms, one of which en suite. There is an additional well-appointed shower room with underfloor heating.

      The gardens have been professionally designed to keep maintenance to an absolute minimum and as with the interior of the house, all materials selected are all of very high quality. Friends and family can drift through the wide bi-fold doors in the orangery to a large decked area which leads via the artificial lawn area to a most attractive paved terrace with plenty of seating areas for guests. The walls that surround the gardens have been smartly repointed and raised in height with contemporary cedar wood screens creating a sense of enclosure and a secure and sheltered place to enjoy these lovely gardens throughout the seasons. There is a useful store room and open fronted storage area with tiled roof that extends to the side of the property.

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    A high end designer home that cleverly incorporates the charm and elegance of a bygone era that will hold great appeal for our more discerning buyers and as such I very much look forward to the opportunity to introduce this home to the market.

    David WildProperty agent

    Local information

    • Being set within the heart of the town, most of what Clevedon offers is accessible either on foot including restaurants, independent shops, general stores, chemist and doctors surgery or a short drive to the seafront and lovely coastal pathway which have much appeal. There is a choice of primary school and Clevedon Comprehensive school which was rated as outstanding by Ofsted. Many choose Clevedon because of its commuter links, the M5 (Junction 20 1.25 miles) serving the South West and Midlands, excellent rail services available from Yatton train station including direct trains to London Paddington and national, European and long haul flights from Bristol Airport (7.54 miles)

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = D