Rear garden, sun terrace, Summer house and garden room
About this property
A 1930’s three bedroom semi detached family house offering two storey accommodation and with the benefit of an adaptable loft space. The property enjoys a generous and level lawn with a useful, timber framed garden room, ideal for those wishing to work from home.
Constructed from brick elevations under a pitched and tiled roof, there are double glazed UPVC windows throughout. The property has an adaptable ground floor footprint. The drawing room lies to the front of the property with a deep square bay, feature fireplace and ceiling cornice. To the rear of the house and L shaped there is an open plan living/dining area with french doors to the garden and beyond a fully fitted kitchen. The reception hall includes under stairs storage and a cloakroom. The three first floor bedrooms are served by the family bathroom and off the landing, there is a retractable ladder leading to a loft space, which provides further scope subject to the necessary consents.
To the front of the property, parking has been created and the carriage drive leads to the garage, which includes an up and over door. The rear garden is level with a pedestrian gate to the side and there is a sun terrace directly off the kitchen. The level lawn has shaped flower borders and outbuildings include the garden room with a timber deck in front, this includes power and light and provides a good platform for home working.
Lying to the North West of Bristol’s commercial centre, this semi detached house is perfectly placed within 0.4 miles distance of a variety of shops, including a supermarket in Stoke Lane. There is a highly regarded primary school, Elmlea, within 0.4 miles walk, as well as plenty of green open space including the 400 acres of Durdham Downs, the Kingsweston Estate and Stoke Lodge which now has town green status.
For sports pursuits, there are golf courses, health, leisure and tennis clubs. For schools, state and independent, Westbury On Trym, Henleaze and Clifton offer a further array.
For the commuter there is good ease of access via the A4018 to the commercial centre and motorway networks and for national travel there are rail services available from Bristol Parkway and Temple Meads Train Stations.