A quiet Clifton Village backwater location
A charming Grade II listed town house constructed circa 1840 and ideally situated in this quiet backwater and within level walking distance of the fashionable Village and Clifton Downs. The property has been well maintained and enhanced during the 11 year tenure of the present owners and retains plenty of original detail with a versatile footprint. There is a useful covered courtyard, vaulted store and a niche terraced garden with a sunny orientation.
The open plan kitchen/living/dining room is the fulcrum of the house, the kitchen is well appointed and features a range of quality wall and base units with polished granite worksurfaces and there are integrated appliances including a Siemens combination gas and induction hob oven and grill. The living/dining area includes engineered Oak floors, which extend through from the kitchen and this enjoys a pleasant aspect over the front garden. A traditional feature fireplace with marble surround and a cast inset is the focal point. Double doors from the kitchen lead to a white washed and covered courtyard to the rear, a useful storage space and indeed al fresco dining area. The sitting room on the lower ground floor has a door out to the sunken courtyard to the front. There are recesses either side of the fireplace which includes a wood burning stove and some downlighting. Beyond is the utility with the prerequisite plumbing.
The upper floors include three bedrooms served by a generous family bathroom with a comprehensive suite. The bedrooms have a built in wardrobe in the top floor room, whilst the second bedroom has the benefit of a feature fireplace and a recessed shelving unit. Bedroom 3 overlooks the rear elevation, whilst bedroom four has an en suite shower room and is used on a day to day basis as a study.
This charming terraced house includes plenty of useful storage with lower ground vaults and the aforementioned white washed covered rear courtyard. The front garden enjoys a sunny orientation and has a wrought iron grate which gives borrowed light to the lower ground and this also incorporates removeable Astro turf for occasional seating. Privacy is retained with established hedge rows and a pedestrian gate and path leading to the front door.
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It is hard to believe that such a tranquil home can be found so close to Clifton, yet Westfield Place manages to offer the peace of a quiet backwater and all the trappings of vibrant Clifton life.Richard Brooks