A substantial Victorian semi-detached family home with off-road parking and level gardens.
Montrose was constructed in 1892 and offers flexible accommodation measuring approximately 2828 sq ft. Enter through the welcoming vestibule and the entrance hall provides access to all ground floor reception rooms. To the front is a bay fronted living room with period features including ceiling rose, coving, deep skirting boards and stained glass above the bay windows. This room is flooded with natural light in the mornings, as is the adjacent study which overlooks the front garden. On the opposing side of the hall and at the rear of the house is a generous kitchen with numerous wall and base units, integrated appliances and a dual fuel range cooker. There is excellent solar gain via large windows and a single door opening out to the rear garden. A doorway opens into the separate dining room, which could easily be incorporated into the kitchen subject to the necessary consents. A further light filled sitting room lies beyond with access to a ground floor shower room. French doors take you into a conservatory, off which is a large utility room. This downstairs space could become a self-contained annexe, perfect for multigenerational living, if required.
Stairs rise to the first floor with the principal bedroom situated at the front elevation, having a large bay window, and period ceiling rose, coving and skirting. There are three further generously proportioned double bedrooms on this floor served by a four piece family bathroom where a useful storage cupboard houses the combi boiler.
A further staircase to the top floor leads to a partially converted loft room which is currently used for storage. It has power and benefits from natural light via a Velux window to the rear and could be easily converted into additional accommodation, subject to the necessary planning consents.
The South West facing walled garden enjoys sun throughout much of the day. A flagstone patio provides ample space for alfresco dining with a number of trees and shrubs providing privacy and colour. A gate leads to a level lawn with raised areas to the side which are ideal for growing vegetables, and there is a garden shed/workshop measuring 14' x 8'. A path leads to the detached double garage with two electric roller shutter doors and side pedestrian door, with further parking adjacent behind double palisade gates. The front garden is well stocked with mature shrubs and is elevated from the road.
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A significant family home, well-balanced and offering generous proportions throughout. The nearby Paintworks development has a number of bars and restaurants which are very popular and there are good transport links into the centre of Bristol.Troy Budd