Savills | Rosemount Road, Flax Bourton, Bristol, BS48 1UQ | Property for sale
1,594 sq ft(148.09 sq m)
Guide price £825,000

Rosemount RoadFlax Bourton, Bristol, BS48 1UQ

    Key features

    • Quiet cul de sac location
    • Sitting room and dining room
    • Kitchen/breakfast room with separate utility
    • Study
    • Four bedrooms of a good size
    • En suite and family bathroom
    • Lawned garden to front and rear
    • Double garage and further off street parking
    • Southerly orientation

    A detached, southerly-facing, family home in a highly sought after village.

    About this property

    • Located at the end of a quiet cul de sac, 22 Rosemount Road is a detached, red brick family home offering a substantial living accommodation, double garage and a delightful southerly garden.

      The property is accessed via a lawned front garden with topiary hedging. The entrance hall is spacious and carpeted with dado railing and a bright colour scheme. The living room, off the hall to the left, is of a good size with coving, two ceiling roses, a duel aspect and a gas fireplace with Bath stone surround and hearth. The room benefits from a southerly orientation and double doors leading onto the terrace as well as double glazed sash windows with curtains. A WC is off the hall, adjacent to the living room. The dining room, located off the hall to the right through double doors, offers an excellent space in which to entertain up to 10 people. There is timber-effect, Antico flooring with decorative surround, dado railing, coving, central rose and double glazed sash windows and curtains. The office, located at the end of the hall, offers timber effect Antico flooring and provides a quiet spot in which to work with delightful views over the garden. The kitchen, off the hall to the right, is light and modern with terracotta tiling, doors onto the garden, solid worktops and integrated appliances including John Lewis four ring ceramic hob, Neff oven/grill and Neff dishwasher. There is a range of Shaker style wall and base units as well as a timber wine rack and spot lighting. The utility is separate and located off the kitchen with access onto the side garden with plumbing for a washing machine as well as ample pantry storage, coat rack and a sink.

      Carpeted stairs with timber handrails lead up from the hall to a spacious landing, off which all four bedrooms are located. All bedrooms are of a good size, two to the front and two to the back of the house. All bedrooms except for the fourth have built-in wardrobes and the principal bedroom benefits from a modern en suite with bath, separate shower, sink, WC, wall mirror and wall cabinet. All bedrooms have a bright and unique colour scheme. The family bathroom is spacious with bath, separate shower, WC, wall cabinet and spot lighting. There is a large laundry cupboard housing the water cylinder and offering ample storage. The loft space has a ladder for access and power with potential to convert with the necessary planning.

      Outside, a gravelled drive leads off the road via a wooden gate and offers space for two cars. There is a large double garage at the end of the drive with electric door. An area behind the garage houses the bins out of sight. Off the garage is a quaint side garden with lawn which leads around through a timber, trellised arch to a southerly facing and delightful rear, walled garden. The garden is utterly charming and very private with a sizeable lawn and flagstone path leading to a terrace off the living room. Another terrace sits at the end of the garden for the evening sun. The borders are well planted and there are number of trees including a eucalyptus, silver birch, weeping willow and red robin as well as a rockery with pond.

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    Local information

    • There are many amenities in close proximity with shops for everyday living available from nearby Nailsea and for a more eclectic mix, Clifton, 6.2 miles distant, offers restaurants, bars, bistros and individual boutiques.
    • There are golf courses and health and leisure clubs for those seeking an active lifestyle, whilst the surrounding countryside includes bridleways, footpaths and nature trails.
    • There are schools, both state and independent, primary and secondary whilst Clifton includes a number of high quality independents. Flax Bourton is well known for its popular and excellent primary school.
    • For the commuter Bristol is 3.8 miles distance and there is a national cycle route to the city centre and good road links to the M4 and M5 motorway networks. Extensive rail services are available from not only Bristol Temple Meads but also Nailsea and Backwell train stations and Bristol Airport has an extensive schedule of flights to many European destinations.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = C
    • Tenure = Freehold