An impressive four bedroom family home with a sunny south-facing garden.
An exceptionally spacious and well-proportioned 1930's semi-detached family home situated on a popular residential road within catchment for Bishop Road Primary and Redland Green School. Coming to the market for the first time in almost 40 years, this much loved home includes well-balanced accommodation across two floors measuring approximately 1,555 sq ft.
The property is fronted by off road parking for a number of vehicles leading to a single garage/workshop. The entrance vestibule, with stained glass windows, leads into a welcoming hallway which in turn provides access to all rooms at ground floor level. At the front elevation, a generous bay fronted sitting room retains a number of features including ceiling coving and fireplace. Adjacent and overlooking the rear garden is a separate sitting/TV room, bathed in natural light due to its southerly orientation. Period features continue including picture rails, coving and further fireplace.
The kitchen/breakfast room is the focal point of this exceptional home. Positioned at the rear of the plan and enjoying a sunny outlook, there are a range of wall and base units with integrated NEFF dishwasher and space for free standing appliances. A stable door provides access to the garden.
Four generously proportioned bedrooms are located on the first floor and are served by a family bathroom with shower over bath, wash hand basin and heated towel rail. The bedrooms at the rear enjoy far-reaching views across Bristol towards Lansdown/Bath. Completing this floor is a useful WC and access to the loft is via a hatch on the first floor landing, which could possibly be converted subject to the necessary planning consents.
The glorious south-facing garden is primarily laid to lawn, interspersed with a number of trees including a pear tree and herbaceous borders. A pathway leads to a seating area at the far end of the garden benefiting from sunlight throughout much of the day and there is a useful storage shed. The garden is well-stocked and private from neighbouring properties. Steps descend to a useful cellar, housing the boiler and washing facilities as well as additional storage space. A pathway wraps around the side of the house and provides access to the garage which measures approximately 141 sq ft
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An exciting opportunity to put your own stamp on this welcoming family home situated in popular Bishopston. The south-facing garden is a particular feature of this home and is a great space for growing families.Troy Budd