A deceptively spacious low maintenance modern end of terrace house offering well thought out, interesting accommodation. It is also situated in a highly desirable location. The house is positioned in a cul-de-sac on the highly desirable Glenavon Park development in Sneyd Park. It is approached via its own drive and path to a front gate opening into a sheltered courtyard area behind the garage with access to the front door and French doors from the dining room. Once inside there is a central hallway with returning staircase rising to the upper floor. Double doors open into a generous living room with doors opening onto the rear garden. Dining room with adjoining kitchen with outlook to the front. There is a sizable third reception room which can be used as a fourth double sized bedroom or home office/playroom. Also situated off the hall is a good sized shower room with toilet facilities meaning ground floor living is a possibility. Moving upstairs there are three generously proportioned bedrooms and a bathroom with door opening into a walk in loft storage area. The rear garden enjoys a favourable aspect with plenty of sun and provides space for a patio and some well stocked borders around a central lawned area. It is of manageable proportions and is very private with high stone wall to the rear backing onto the Old Sneed Park nature reserve which itself is easily accessed from the house. The front garden is positioned in front of the kitchen window with a garage and off street parking space to one side. To the rear of the garage is a storage shed with space for extra fridge/freezer, bikes etc. The house also enjoys ownership of the land directly in front of it on the other side of the road with lawn and several mature trees ensuring a pleasant outlook.
Location Situated in desirable and affluent Sneyd Park the position affords relative peace and yet is within reasonable walking distance of local amenities in Stoke Bishop. There are local bus links into the city and convenient access to the major road networks. Sea Mills train station is within walking distance and connects with Bristol Temple Meads.
Directions From our Clifton office head over the Downs and down Stoke Hill. Turn left at the shops at the bottom of the hill and continue along Old Sneed Avenue and bear left into Old Sneed Park. Tae the second turn on the right into Glenavon Park and follow the circular round anti clockwise unto you see Cavendish Gardens on the right hand side.
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