Savills | Stoke Lane, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, BS9 3RU | Property for sale
2,388 sq ft(221.85 sq m)
Guide price £950,000

Stoke LaneWestbury-on-Trym, Bristol, BS9 3RU

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Porch and reception hall
  • Galleried landing and eaves and attic store
  • Drawing room, dining room and conservatory
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Utility, wet room, rear lobby and WC
  • Four bedrooms
  • Family bathroom and a separate WC
  • Integral garage and off street car parking
  • West facing garden, kitchen garden, sun terrace and greenhouse

A traditional and sizeable family house with a beautiful sunny garden.

About this property

  • Constructed circa 1930, this much loved family house has been in the same ownership for some 45 years and has been meticulously maintained during their tenure. Notable additions include double glazed windows throughout and a small conservatory on the rear elevation. Internally, traditional traits remain and these include a timber balustraded staircase, beamed ceiling, plate racks and some leaded windows and top lights. Of particular note is the sizeable and level west facing garden which is mature, expansive and incorporates a kitchen garden and greenhouse.

    The property is approached via a storm porch with double glazed top light and doors which lead through to the large reception. A rising staircase leads to the first floor and there is an understairs cupboard. The drawing room has a bay with picture window and there is a Minster fireplace with a gas fire. Beyond lies the dining room which has the benefit of a more contemporary conservatory with views extending over the immediate garden. Adjacent is the kitchen/breakfast room with a range of wall and base units, integrated appliances by Neff and there is plumbing for a dishwasher. The wall mounted gas fired boiler supplies the domestic hot water and central heating. The utility has plumbing for the prerequisite white goods and there is ample space for a fridge and freezer. A wet room has been created more recently with WC, basin and shower. The rear lobby has a pedestrian door to the side elevation and there is also a downstairs WC.

    Located off the first floor galleried landing there are four good sized bedrooms and on the mezzanine a comprehensive family bathroom with an additional WC, shower and access to the eaves and attic store. The height of the ceilings and pitch of the roof provide plenty of scope should one wish to extend the footprint further and these would be subject to the necessary planning consents. The bedrooms enjoy good views to both front and rear elevations. The principal bedroom has a bay window and built in wardrobes, a dressing table and corner sink unit. The second bedroom is equally well appointed with built in wardrobes and there is also a pedestal sink, whilst the third bedroom has a vanity unit and wardrobe.

    Outside and to the front, the block paved drive provides parking and turning with deep stocked flower borders displaying a variety of colour with notables such as Hellebores and a Magnolia Stellata. There is an integral garage with an up and over door which also includes a pedestrian door to the side elevation. The rear garden has a wonderful sweeping and shaped lawn with a block paved pedestrian path around the periphery and there are plenty of designated seating areas to enjoy the vista and orientation. A greenhouse and kitchen garden create further points of interest.

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A popular family address, great for the schools & community.

Richard BrooksProperty agent

Local information

  • A prime residential address and close to a wide variety of amenity. In proximity there are shops suitable for day to day living including a supermarket, bakery, hairdressers and launderette, in addition to hostelries and a restaurant. Nearby arterial roads provide easy access to Bristol's commercial centre and the motorway networks. For national and international travel Bristol Parkway Train Station (4.8 miles) provides extensive services with Bristol Airport (10.6 miles) offering flights to many European and some long haul destinations.
  • There are good schools, primary and secondary, state and independent. Nearby and of particular note, Elmlea Junior School is easily walkable (0.4 miles). Westbury and Henleaze include Badminton and Redmaids and in nearby Clifton, Clifton College and Clifton High School, Bristol Grammar and QEH are also accessible.
  • For sporting pursuits there are health and leisure clubs, golf courses and tennis clubs as well as recreational playing areas. Durdham Downs has 400 acres of parkland and within the Kings Weston Estate there are meandering walks through Blaise Castle and the Dingle.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = D
  • Tenure = Freehold