Savills | Church Road, Stoke Bishop, Bristol, BS9 1QT | Property for sale
3,273 sq ft(304.07 sq m)
Excess of £1,550,000

Church RoadStoke Bishop, Bristol, BS9 1QT

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Entrance vestibule and reception hall
  • Drawing room
  • Open plan living/dining/kitchen
  • Separate study and cloakroom
  • Utility and gym
  • Principal bedroom with en suite bathroom and dressing area
  • Two further en suite bedrooms with dressing areas
  • A fourth bedroom and a family bathroom
  • Gated drive and car parking

A contemporary family house in the heart of popular Sneyd Park

About this property

  • A wonderful family house with origins in the 1980s, beautifully appointed and refurbished by the present owners during their tenure. Modern and contemporary in design there are wonderful picture windows bathing the house in light and a modern palate compliments the principal rooms, bedrooms and bathrooms. Constructed with K render elevations with powder coated aluminium double glazed windows, many modern enhancements have been added including Cat-5 cabling and brand names litter the modern interior which combines both formal and informal living. The family footprint is bespoke in design with four generous bedrooms all well-appointed and the ground floor enjoys superb entertaining space in the form of the kitchen, open plan living and dining room, which is the fulcrum of the home.

    The property is approached via a vestibule leading through to the reception hall which includes engineered wood floors and with a cloakroom lying directly off. The drawing room which is dual aspect with sliding doors opening on to the garden and is considered a quiet and relaxing contemplative space. Undoubtedly the core of the home is the open plan living/dining/kitchen which combines an easy and relaxed vibe. The living area features a contemporary wood burning stove that rotates and down lighting whilst the dining area has advantageous views with extensive doors which open to the elements and lead directly on to the raised deck. The kitchen in turn has been beautifully fitted, ergonomically designed and includes John Lewis of Hungerford wall and base units, a central island and work surfaces are Quartz. There are a host of appliances by Miele and relaxed dining available from the breakfast bar. The study provides home working opportunities and beyond the garage has been adapted to incorporate a comprehensive utility and also a gym, reinstatement is easily achievable.

    Located off the first floor landing there are four generous bedrooms, the principal bedroom is beautifully appointed with a bespoke dressing area in natural wood. There is air conditioning to the bedroom and a modern bathroom with an egg shaped freestanding bath, twin bowl vanity unit in natural wood and a complimenting dressing table. The walls are partially mirrored providing depth and perspective and there is also a further separate shower room and W/C. Two further bedrooms have their own en suite facilities in addition to dressing areas whilst the comprehensive family bathroom serves the remaining fourth bedroom.

    Attention to detail has been lavished on the garden which has been landscaped with strategic and structural planting. K render walls provide privacy and curtilages are dense and with Laurel and ever green trees and Pleached Beech Trees as well as Silver Birch. Dedicated seating areas including a terrace that spans the sliding doors from the dining area and kitchen, this provides some alfresco seating. A lower and sunken terrace provides relaxed reclining opportunities and some box hedging structure and form. The insulated studio provides further home working or hobby opportunities. Notable specimens throughout are Mediterranean Olive Trees, Agapanthus and other perennials. There is a dedicated lawn with grasses, whilst to the front of the house there is a large drive providing ample car parking with a secure electrically operating sliding gate. A more recent addition includes a store room attached to the house, and as previously stated the garage can be reinstated should one wish.

    Please note photography is dated August 2020

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Local information

  • Sneyd Park is a green and leafy suburb and conservation area. Sited on Quaker land this is a tranquil environment dominated by high net worth family houses, apartments and with the parish church of St Mary Magdalene, the centre piece. Geographically, Sneyd Park lies to the North West of Bristol's commercial centre and benefits from its proximity to the historic Avon Gorge, Durdham Downs and nearby nature reserve. Neighbouring suburbs offer shops suitable for day to day living whilst Clifton and Henleaze also have supermarkets including a Waitrose. There are sport and leisure opportunities with golf courses, health and leisure clubs as well as walks and trim trails on the aforementioned Durdham Downs. There are good primary schools in Stoke Bishop and Westbury-on-Trym as well as independent schools in Clifton. There are excellent communication links to the city (A4018 & A4) and also the motorway networks M5, M32 and M4. Bristol has two mainline train stations serving the wider country, whilst Bristol Airport has extensive flights to a number of European destinations.

Additional information

  • Clifton – 2.4 miles
  • Bristol City Centre – 2.7 miles
  • M5, Junction 17 – 5.5 miles
  • All distances and travel times are approximate.
  • EPC Rating = C
  • Tenure = Freehold