Hollis Morgan november auction lot number 9 - A detached family home with large garden - now requires basic updating.
Lot number 9
Wednesday 27th November 2013
All Saints Church Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 2HY
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Mrs Amanda Coates
15 The Mall
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This is a detached family house of individual design and quality with whitewashed elevations and a tiled roof, built in the 1950's in an L shape with an attractive Oriel style window, to the first floor bedroom, all of which adds character to the front exterior elevation. Standing in a large mature garden the property backs onto woodland and The River Trym and has the enormous advantage of mature trees as a backdrop to this quasi rural outlook. The property has been used a s a family home for a considerable number of years and is now in need of some up-grading to bring it up to present day standards but it is an ideal location in which to bring up children with acres of open land and woodland immediately to the rear of the property and bus routes providing direct access to the city centre within approximately three and a half miles. The village of Westbury on Trym and Henbury Golf course are easily accessible.
Coombe Bridge Avenue is Situated in the highly desirable area of Stoke Bishop and is a stone's throw from the ever popular leafy suburb of Coombe Dingle. The property is located circa half a mile away from Stoke Bishop Primary school and is convenient for the local shops of Stoke Hill and within easy reach of the further amenities of Stoke Lane/Westbury Village and the open green space of Durdham Downs.
National Train Station logo Sea Mills (0.8 miles)
National Train Station logo Shirehampton (1.7 miles)
National Train Station logo Clifton Down (2.2 miles)
This house presents a rare opportunity to acquire an individual detached house of some character with a potentially lovely useable garden all at an affordable price. The accommodation is well planned so with a little imagination and some careful modernisation it could be made into a really stunning family home. There is also sufficient room to further extend the property, subject to obtaining any necessary planning consents, to create further bedroom and perhaps another bathroom. For those purchasers of a handy nature it would be quite possible to live in the property and modernise each room in turn. The garden provides an open book to either restore the existing layout or to return to a more rustic garden that can be enjoyed by adventurous children!
Entrance via obscured double glazed main front door leading to vestibule.
Obscured double glazed windows to front, quarry tiled flooring, solid oak front door leading to central hallway.
Parquet flooring, access to under stairs storage, alarm panel, radiator, central stairwell to first floor and doors to ground floor rooms.
Living room 4.90m(16'1'') x 3.64m(11'11'')
Double glazed window to front and tiled fireplace.
Dining room 3.96m(13'0'') x 3.66m(12'0'')
Double glazed sliding patio doors overlooking and providing access to private garden with open and private outlook, built in dresser to alcove with matching mantle, tiled recess to chimney with fitted gas fire, continued parquet flooring, picture window to vestibule.
Kitchen 3.64m(11'11'') x 2.98m(9'9'')
Dual aspect double glazed windows to both side and rear overlooking garden, fitted kitchen with a range of matching wall and base units with stainless steel sink unit with taps over, tiled splash backs, electric cooker point, plumbing for washing machine, built in dresser, ample storage, recess to chimney breast with tiled inset, gas boiler and digital programmer, doorway to walk in pantry with window to side and fitted shelving, doorway to walk in larder/potential utility room.
Larder 2.01m(6'7'') x 1.46m(4'9'')
Obscured double glazed window to side, tiling to dado height, power point and parquet flooring.
Obscured double glazed window to side, fitted two-piece white suite comprising; low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with mono taps over, tiled splashbacks and quarry tiled flooring.
Central first floor landing with double glazed window to side, access to loft and doors to first floor rooms.
Master bedroom 4.53m(14'10'') x 3.64m(11'11'')
Oriel double glazed bay window to front, tiled fireplace with built in Teague wardrobes and shelving to alcoves and radiator.
Bedroom two 3.94m(12'11'') x 3.66m(12'0'')
Dual aspect double glazed window to rear with open outlook to garden and trees beyond, double glazed window to front, built in wardrobe and radiator.
Bedroom three 3.64m(11'11'') x 3.36m(11'0'')
Dual aspect double glazed windows to side and rear, again overlooking open outlook, airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder and fitted walk in wardrobe.
Obscured double glazed window to side, fitted three-piece suite comprising; low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath, tiling throughout to dado height and heated towel rail.
Substantial plot in length measuring 33m arranged over three individual areas with central main lawned area with hedgerow surrounds. Across the full width of the property there is a raised veranda, half lawned and half paved with wrought iron dividing railings, pedestrian gate and access to the rear of the garage, sliding patio doors providing access to garden from dining room, curved steps to garden from dining room, curved steps to pathway leading to central lawn from rear and recognises a significant vegetable area which could be converted to a family garden. Open trees to outlook creating privacy to the rear.
Garden path running alongside the property with wrought iron security gate providing pedestrian access from the road, central lawned front garden with mature well-tendered hedgerow and central rose beds, matching wrought iron double gates, private driveway for several vehicles.
Vehicle access from private driveway.
Positioned to the rear of the garage and accessed via the garage or rear garden.
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