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A handsome Victorian home found on a popular road in West Bishopston - less than 550m to Redland Green secondary school.
A short walk to the Gloucester Road with its array of amenities, open green spaces of St Andrews park and Redland park, the city centre and some sought after schools makes this property popular with a wide audience. Of particular note here is this south westerly facing garden, off street parking and very up to date interior.
In brief the ground floor has a welcoming entrance hall that opens into the main living spaces and a handy WC. Upon entering the 2nd reception room you are immediately struck by the tall ceiling heights and open plan layout. This large room opens into a generous fitted kitchen with a vaulted roof - creating a fantastic entertaining and family space that leads out via french doors to the sunny and landscaped rear garden.
A separate reception room is located at the front and measures an impressive 17'4 x 15'6. A large square bay and beautiful period fireplace add to the overall scale of this space. Upstairs on the first floor there are two bedrooms, the larger of the two makes up the full width of the property and incorporates three windows to the front elevation. A well appointed family bathroom with stylish tiling and quality fixtures completes this level. The 2nd and top floor is made up of a generous master bedroom with great views, a further shower room and lots of useful storage.
Further benefits include a workshop in the rear garden, double glazing and gas central heating.
"We've loved living in this house, close to (arguably!) the best bit of Gloucester Road, with all that it offers. The original house dates from the 1840s and was completely rebuilt in 2008. This makes it rather unusual in that you get all the comfort and energy efficiency of a modern house, but with the lovely high ceilings and large room dimensions of a building from the Victorian era. There's also the modern perks of an en-suite master bedroom and a downstairs loo. We've enjoyed cooking and socialising in our open plan kitchen-diner which opens out onto the garden. The garden itself is a green oasis and sun trap, perfect for eating out in the warmer months. Finally, the parking space is unusual round here, and makes arriving home in the car a stress-free experience."