A bright and generously proportioned detached family home in Frenchay.
Positioned in a quiet cul-de-sac location in the heart of Frenchay, 11 The Newlands provides lateral living and an ideal family home in this popular and affluent Bristol suburb.
The property is approached via a well-kept front lawn and a drive offering parking for up to four vehicles. The entrance to the property is via a spacious front porch with floor to ceiling windows and heavy duty sisal carpeting offering plenty of space for coats and boots. The porch leads into an entrance hall which provides the centre point of the house and off which all the rooms are located.
The bedrooms are all located off the hall and are carpeted and of a good size with garden outlook. The principal bedroom is particularly spacious with built-in triple wardrobe and a modern Porcelanosa en-suite with underfloor heating, large walk-in shower, WC, double width sink, towel radiator, electric wall mirror with lighting and spot lighting. There is significant storage space in the basement under the en-suite. Bedrooms two, three and four are all serviced by a large Porcelanosa family bathroom with underfloor heating and the same services as above.
Off the hall is a large storage cupboard and there is significant loft space above, part boarded with lighting, spanning the entire length of the roof.
The open-plan kitchen dining room is off the hall to the left and offers a fantastic and very well proportioned living space with triple aspect. The Wren kitchen was added by way of an extension in 2014 and benefits from an abundance of natural light via a large central lantern. The kitchen also offers a large central island with white quartz worktops, breakfast bar and modern, integrated appliances including a five ring Bosch gas hob, oven/grill, combi microwave oven and dishwasher as well as a full height fridge, separate full height freezer and a Hoover washer/dryer. All the kitchen units were replaced in June 2021. There is vinyl wood effect flooring and spot lighting throughout. The adjoining, open-plan dining room is of an excellent size and offers an electric wall fire and separate, dedicated office space.
Located off the dining room are two living rooms. The smaller of the two provides a cosy, carpeted snug with Velux windows whilst the larger offers a comfortable drawing room for relaxing or hosting with engineered oak flooring, log burner with timber mantel and exposed brick walls. There is a minstrel's gallery (accessed from the loft) which is currently a feature but could be turned into a useful mezzanine level to further expand the footprint.
The kitchen, drawing room and dining room all provide access onto the private south facing terrace and gardens overlooking the Frome Valley. The south terrace offers Indian sandstone flagstones and provides a wonderful and relaxing space for al fresco dining looking out over stunning woodland. The garden is of a good size with ample lawn, raised borders for planting and a surround of stone walling, hedging and timber fencing.
To the front there is a large double garage with electric door accessed via the drive or to the rear via the kitchen.
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An ideal family home in Frenchay in close proximity to Colston's school, Bristol city centre and an abundance of woodland and river walks along the Frome.Sholto Thompson