Savills | Beauchamp Road, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8LQ | Property for sale
1,296 sq ft(120.40 sq m)
Guide price £675,000

Beauchamp RoadBishopston, Bristol, BS7 8LQ

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in March 2022
  • Open plan reception rooms
  • Extended kitchen/dining room
  • Three bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Generous west facing garden
  • Within catchment for Bishop Rd Primary & Redland Green
  • Close to Gloucester Road with an array of amenity

An inviting period family home in the heart of Bishopston.

About this property

  • An impressive three bedroom Victorian family home situated on Beauchamp Road, a short walk from the amenities of Gloucester Road. The home has been the subject of comprehensive renovation throughout, introducing an exemplary palette of contemporary materials and finishes across two floors and measuring approximately 1,296 sq ft.

    Entry is to a traditional hallway and the ground floor is characterized by generous and light-filled open-plan reception rooms. There is excellent solar gain via the deep bay window with restored sash windows and a door at the rear leads to the sunny garden. Period features are in abundance including cornicing, an original dresser, wood flooring underfoot and bespoke storage/shelving in the alcoves. A wood burning stove sits within the chimney breast and provides a cosy atmosphere. Along the hall, the extended kitchen/dining room enjoys a westerly orientation with bi-fold doors opening out to the rear garden. The stylish kitchen includes a range of wall and base units with handleless cabinetry, Quartz worktop and upstand, in-built NEFF oven and hob with extractor above, 1 ½ sink and space for a free-standing fridge freezer. There is seating at the breakfast bar, which seamlessly continues to the rear and the same materials have been used to create bespoke storage with TV point and of space for further seating. Light pours in from several aspects and through two Velux windows over the dining space. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a useful pantry cupboard and storage beneath the staircase.

    The principal bedroom is at the front elevation and occupies the entire width of the property. Three double glazed sash windows allow plenty of light to pour in, with far-reaching views across neighbouring gardens which is a rarity within this popular area. Stripped wood flooring runs underfoot. The second bedroom is adjacent with large window overlooking the rear garden. The third bedroom and family bathroom sit at the rear of the first floor plan and the family bathroom includes a roll-top bath with shower over, WC and wash hand basin. There is a useful storage cupboard on the first floor landing and additional storage can be found in the loft space, which could be converted to create additional accommodation subject to the necessary planning consents.

    At the rear, the west-facing garden is predominantly laid to lawn and enjoys sunlight throughout much of the day. Carefully designed with side beds of matures trees and clever planting to provide privacy. The garden is generous in size, particularly for this area, with plenty of space for children's play equipment and a summer house at the rear.

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A stylish family home with open-plan elements and light-filled accommodation over two floors. I love the generous garden which is larger than most in this area and a great space for a growing family.

Troy BuddProperty agent

Local information

  • Perfectly positioned approximately 650m from Gloucester Road, enjoying a wide array of amenity including restaurants and pubs, coffee shops, butchers and many more. The property is within catchment of both Bishop Road Primary and Redland Green - highly regarded schools within Bristol. There are a number of sporting clubs/facilities within proximity including Kings Tennis Club, Henleaze Lawn Tennis Club and Bristol County Ground, as well as the open green spaces of Redland Green, St Andrews Park and Horfield Common. Gloucester Road provides good transport links into the city centre including a number of bus routes. Redland and Montpelier train stations provide access to Bristol Temple Meads, with regular services to London and the West Country. Bristol Airport has flights to a number of European destinations and is approximately 10 miles distant.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = D
  • Tenure = Leasehold (880 years remaining)