let’s get started…

Key features

  • Close to city centre and local independent amenities
  • 1930's home
  • 21 m rear garden
  • Potential to build (subject to consents)
  • Knocked through receptions
  • Retained period features

About the property

A 1930's family home offering lots of living space, with the added bonus of rear vehicular access and the potential to develop the end of the generous 21m / 68 ft rear garden.
Subject to the necessary consents being obtained, this area provides a number of different options to increase the flexibility and usable space.
This position offers great access to the amenities found in St Werburghs and Stokes Croft. The city centre, Eastgate shopping centre, major transport links and open green spaces are also close by.
The ground floor has a practical layout with a large entrance hall opening to the right into a full depth reception space - formally two rooms that have been opened through. The kitchen has been extended providing more space and light as well as a better connection to the raised decked section of the rear garden.
A WC and additional storage are neatly tucked away off the kitchen.
Upstairs there are two good sized double bedrooms, an ample third bedroom and a well appointed bathroom. An unconverted loft gives lots of storage and the potential to create further living space.
The current owner has made conscious improvements to increase the property's efficiency and made ready for future further work with this regard. These include insulating the ground floor and setting up the heating system to accept solar panel more easily if wanted.

Floor plan

Save & share

Useful tools

Instant valuation Home visit valuation Stamp duty calculator Mortgage Calculator
Branch photo

Get in touch

Bishopston sales and lettings

201 Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8BG

Call: 0117 942 5855

Dormer Road

Guide price £400,000

Dormer Road, Eastville, Bristol, BS5

Choose a location

Lockleaze