Savills | Pitch & Pay Lane, Bristol, BS9 1NH | Property for sale
1,985 sq ft(184.41 sq m)
Guide price £985,000

Pitch & Pay LaneBristol, BS9 1NH

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Entrance porch and reception hall
  • Sitting room, dining room and study
  • Kitchen, cloakroom and utility
  • Principal bedroom suite
  • Three further bedrooms and a family bathroom
  • Gated driveway, parking and integrated garage
  • South facing garden and sun terrace

Detached family house in this quiet and sought after location.

About this property

  • A detached family house constructed circa 1972 and from reconstituted Cotswold stone and rendered elevations under a pitched and tiled roof. During the lengthy tenure of the current owners some modifications have been undertaken, there are double glazed picture windows throughout, replaced soffits, bargeboards and downpipes. Much love and attention has been lavished on the private garden which enjoys a sunny orientation and incorporates an ornamental pond, a pergola with a flowering Wisteria and a kitchen garden and greenhouse.

    The property is centred around the generous reception hall with a rising staircase to the first floor. There is an opaque glass front door with side panels and a wood block floor. The two principal rooms are interconnecting and situated to the rear of the house with a wonderful vista over the garden. The sitting room has a fireplace with an open flue and sliding double glazed doors open on to the sun terrace with the pergola which provides some dappled shade. The dining room adjacent has a further picture window over the garden and a serving hatch through to the kitchen, which is comprehensively fitted with wall and base units and incorporates a one and a half bowl sink and various integrated appliances. There are dual aspect windows overlooking the garden and to the side. The utility has a matching range of wall and base units and the prerequisite plumbing for a washing machine and ample space for freezers with a pedestrian half glazed door to the side elevation. There is also a cloakroom and a study which overlooks the front elevation and has fitted units and a work station.

    Located off the first floor landing there is a sizable loft space approached via a retractable ladder and four generous bedrooms. The principal bedroom includes fitted wardrobes and an elevated picture window overlooking the rear garden and a dedicated en suite shower room. There are three further bedrooms with varying orientations and wardrobes. These are served by the family bathroom and separate WC. The loft space is generous and subject to the necessary planning consents could be adapted for further accommodation.

    Pitch and Pay Lane is a private road and managed by the residents, tranquil and within 322 metres of The Downs. The original stone wall with piers and wrought iron gates provide blocked paved parking and turning for two/three cars as well as the integrated garage. There is a pedestrian path to the side of the house and the rear garden is fully enclosed. There are timber and brick curtilages. The shaped lawn has an ornamental pond and a kitchen garden whilst borders are heavily planted and provide wonderful year round colour. The pergola located off the sitting room is adorned with a flowering Wisteria and fruiting vine, whilst outbuildings include a greenhouse and two garden stores which are rendered. The garden faces south west and there is a retractable sun shade along the rear elevation.

    Please note photos taken March 2021

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A lovely bight and spacious family house offering enormous potential and situated in this quiet backwater. This really is a very exciting opportunity.

Richard BrooksProperty agent

Local information

  • Beautifully positioned in the heart of Sneyd Park, a desirable suburb lying to the north-west of Bristol's commercial centre. The property is within 322 metres of the historic Durdham Downs, Sea Walls and Avon Gorge with enjoyable walks and views. There is a small array of shops suitable for day to day living in Druid Hill and a more extensive selection available from Clifton. Recreational facilities include golf courses, tennis clubs and leisure clubs in Redland and Westbury-on-Trym. For the commuter, the A4 and A4018 provide a direct link to the commercial centre and motorway networks, M5 and M4 (south-west, Midlands, London and South Wales respectively). There are many schools in the near vicinity, both state and independent, primary and secondary, as well as institutions such as the Royal Infirmary and University.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = D
  • Tenure = Freehold