Savills | Sea Walls Road, Sneyd Park, Bristol, BS9 1PH | Properties for sale
274.81 sq m
Guide price £1,350,000(39.883.061.101 ₫)

Sea Walls RoadSneyd Park, Bristol, BS9 1PH

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Drawing room, dining room, snug and study
  • Kitchen, utility and rear lobby
  • Guest bedroom suite and first floor office
  • Master bedroom suite
  • Three further bedrooms and a family bathroom
  • Tandem length garage
  • Car port/outdoor/indoor garden room
  • Second garage, potting room with hobby room over
  • Large, private garden

A house located on the edge of the Downs and with potential in abundance.

About this property

  • Cedar Point was constructed circa 1930 and occupies a prominent position with a large south-facing garden and level access to Sea Walls and 400 acres of parkland. The property is constructed from rendered elevations under a pitched and tiled roof and extends to approximately 3969 sq ft in its entirety, offering enormous scope and potential for prospective buyers to adapt and evolve the current footprint. The principal home is two storey and includes five bedrooms served by three bathrooms. There are garages and car ports which can be incorporate subject to consents and offer a myriad of uses. The south-facing garden is level, enjoys excellent privacy and is a further blank canvas.

    Cedar Point is approached via a loose gravel drive and covered porch through to the reception hall, the central axis. A rising staircase leads to the first floor and there is an oak floor which serves the circulation areas. To the front there is a useful study and morning room whilst to the rear a generous drawing room, triple aspect with doors onto a sun terrace. A large opening leads through to the dining area and in turn to the kitchen which includes wall and base units with polished granite work surfaces and some integrated appliances. Beyond is the utility and door to the rear annexe. The first floor includes four bedrooms; the master bedroom is dual aspect and includes a recently installed modern en suite shower room. There are three further bedrooms well served by the family bathroom and overhead loft storage. The fifth bedroom is located off the rear lobby and is served by an en suite bathroom whilst above a staircase leads to a useful home office.

    There are the aforementioned garages and car ports, a tandem length garage could be linked to the principal home whilst the carport provides a useful leisure area with an electric roller door. A further garage adjacent has an additional roller door with a potting room overlooking the garden and a further staircase to a hobby room above.

    Cedar Point occupies a prominent position with significant pavement frontage and an in-and-out loose gravel drive with double gates on one side and a formal opening the other. The rear garden is mature, fully enclosed, laid to lawn and surrounded by Laurel and Beech hedging with some established trees. The sunny southerly orientation provides excellent privacy for the garden and wonderful solar gain. There is also a sun terrace to capture the evening sun located off the drawing room and recent enhancements include planted troughs for vegetable and a pergola adorned with a climbing Rose. A white Wisteria, Fuchsia and further rose adorns the rear elevation.

    Whilst the property requires some updating this is a truly exciting prospect with a wonderful footprint, a generous plot and the perfect orientation for the garden.

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Without a doubt one of the most sought after locations, a wonderful level plot with access to the Downs and a house that provides an abundance of opportunity for growth and refurbishment.

Richard BrooksProperty agent

Local information

  • A highly regarded plot located in prestigious Sneyd Park on the fringes of Durdham Downs and lying to the north-west of Bristol's commercial centre. This quiet and tranquil suburb provides a host of amenities and good access to road and rail networks. There are a small array of shops located in Stoke Bishop village, suitable for day to day living, a Waitrose in nearby Henleaze, and Sainsburys in Clifton where one will also find a variety of bars, boutiques and restaurants. The nearby A4018 is a direct arterial route to the commercial centre and motorway networks M5, M4 to the South West, Midlands, London and South Wales respectively. Rail services run regularly from Bristol Temple Meads and Parkway train stations and there are flights to a number of European and some long haul destinations available from Bristol International Airport. The north west of the city includes a number of schools, state and independent, primary and secondary as well as many leisure facilities, golf courses and health clubs.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = E