Queens Gate, Stoke Bishop, Bristol, BS9 1TZ | Property for sale | Savills
2,779 sq ft(258.18 sq m)
Guide price £1,295,000

Queens GateStoke Bishop, Bristol, BS9 1TZ

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Drawing room and dining room
  • Sitting room
  • Kitchen & breakfast area
  • Principal bedroom suite and guest bedroom suite
  • Three further bedrooms and a comprehensive family bathroom
  • Top floor bedroom, games room and shower room
  • Off street parking and double garage
  • South facing rear garden & and separate secret garden
  • Sun terrace with pergola & summer house

A sought after family house deep in the heart of this established development.

About this property

  • A modern detached family house located deep in the heart of this highly regarded and established development by Robert Hitchen. Appealing to a wide demographic, this family home has been enhanced significantly during the tenure of the present owners and includes a loft conversion circa 2012 and extensive plumbing work circa 2014. There are established gardens; the south west facing rear garden includes a pergola with dappled shade and a Summer House, whilst the secret garden to the front is private and offers scope for a kitchen garden and other recreational opportunities.

    The principal home is constructed from traditional materials with brick and rendered elevations under a pitched and tiled roof. There are three principal rooms located off the generous reception hall and these include the triple aspect drawing room with feature inglenook fireplace and double doors to the garden. Interconnecting is the dining room again featuring double doors to the garden and there is a more intimate sitting room to the front elevation. The kitchen/breakfast room is the heart of the home, well-appointed and with a range of wall and base units, granite work surfaces and a breakfast bar as well as various integrated appliances. Beyond is the utility room with matching units, a twin bowl sink and plumbing for the prerequisite white goods. Completing the ground floor is the understairs store cupboard and cloakroom.

    The first floor features five generous bedrooms and these are served by the family bathroom with an en suite facility dedicated to the guest bedroom and for the principal bedroom a further comprehensive en suite and built in wardrobes. Of particular note and a real asset to this home is the adaptable loft conversion which includes a further bedroom and shower room and more particularly a games room or cinema room which has a small kitchenette included.

    Outside and to the front there is a drive with two dedicated parking spaces. The double garage has been adapted with a tiled floor and has previously been used as a games room and there is useful loft storage and a pedestrian door and window. The approach to the house and front door has been landscaped with a quality slate tiled floor and various hardy ornamental planting. The secret garden lies beyond the garage and is fully enclosed with Beech hedging and enjoys excellent privacy and this historically has been used as a recreational space for children but could be adapted for a kitchen garden.

    The rear garden is surrounded by a combination of timber fencing with trellis and established brick walls. There are climbers and a wide variety of plants, shrubs and trees. The lawn is shaped and best surveyed from either the pergola which is adorned with a flowering Wisteria or from the summer house which includes a power source. Within the garden there is a Mediterranean pizza oven and space for a trampoline whilst some borders are raised and well stocked.

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A wonderful family home with a sunny oriented garden and offering lots of versatility. I love the attention to detail afforded to this property and the location is brilliant for schools and green space

Richard BrooksProperty agent

Local information

  • A highly sought after development situated in the North West Bristol suburb of Stoke Bishop and close to a host of amenities. Within proximity there are adjacent playing fields at Stoke Lodge and the nearby Kings Weston Estate has rambling walks. There are golf courses at Henbury and Shirehampton. There are good primary schools within Stoke Bishop, Westbury on Trym and Henleaze and various secondary, state and independents available from Clifton, Redland and Westbury on Trym. For day to day living there are convenience stores and supermarkets including a Waitrose nearby and for travel, excellent road links to the motorway networks, M4 and M5. Bristol has two main line train stations both easily accessible as well as an Airport with flights to many European and some long haul destinations.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = C
  • Tenure = Freehold