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A rare opportunity to purchase substantial end of terrace town house that was constructed in 2007.
With tall ceilings and generous room proportion's, this home has many of the features associated with its mid Victorian neighbours whilst benefiting from being so recently built.
This elevated position affords far reaching views that add to the feeling of space and natural light.
Located along the top of a highly desirable road, this position provides a relatively quiet corner at the top of Montpelier - a very popular and vibrant Bristol suburb.
Ideally placed to easily access many local amenities, these include St Andrews Park, Gloucester Road, the city centre, major transport links and some very popular schools to name a few.
The accommodation is spread over four generous levels measuring circa 1913 sq. ft / 177 sq. m - in brief the top two floors have four double bedrooms and two well-appointed bathrooms. The hall floor has an impressive entrance hallway, from here there is access to two principle reception rooms. The larger of the two makes up the full width at the rear of the property and features an almost equally full width window - filling this comfortable room with light and a vantage point to appreciate the views. A central stair case divides the property and connects all four floors. Being end of terrace means there is a window at each of these levels to the side elevation. The ground floor can be accessed independently at the front through and via the central staircase. A flexible reception room is found at the front - this room also gives access to a utility room and a courtyard garden.
The rear is made up of stylish kitchen/dining room featuring an island, plus plenty of room for a sitting area and dining table. French doors set below a partially vaulted and glazed roof create a seamless connection to the private rear garden.
A handy WC is tucked neatly off the hallway and beneath the stairs.