A three double bedroom 1930's semi detached family house which is attractively presented and deceptively spacious. The house enjoys a convenient position within walking distance of local schools including Elmlea, Westbury on Trym C of E and St Ursula’s. The owners children attend Elmlea. The house has been tastefully improved in many area in recent years and combines some lovely period features such as fireplaces, staircase and windows with modern polished engineered timber floors, modern kitchen, bathroom and decoration. The ground floor provides a traditional layout with an attractive entrance hallway accessed via a canopied storm porch. Two generous reception rooms are situated to the front and rear and an unusually a good size kitchen/breakfast room is again at the back with door opening onto the garden. Upstairs is particularly spacious as it utilises the space over the integral garage and hence provides three large double bedrooms, bathroom and separate shower room all positioned off of an attractive landing area. We feel the loft provides the opportunity to convert subject to any necessary consents. We also feel there is potential to convert the garage into additional ground floor accommodation if desired. The rear garden enjoys a favourable West facing aspect, is circa 55ft in length, level and laid mainly to lawn with a patio area adjacent to the house . A rear pedestrian lane provides access if required. There is also a gated path to the side of the house leading to the front. The garage provides space for one car or ample storage for bikes etc. To the front of the garage is a paved drive providing off street parking. A hedge set over a stone wall provides screening from the road with area of lawn to the front of the sitting room. The property also owns a section of the pavement beyond what appears to be the front boundary wall. The front windows are of original timber design which are in keeping with the character and age of the property. We are aware that some buyers may wish to upgrade to modern UPVC double glazed and the owners have had in the past a verbal quote of circa £3000 to upgrade. The rear garden fence has also be removed bordering the communal lane (which is a dead end at the right hand boundary). Again the cost of reinstatement has been verbally quoted as circa £1000. We would expect any interested parties to factor this into any offer.
Location The house is situated opposite the Red Maids school entrance and is within convenient walking distance of both Westbury Village and Henleaze High Street. As such many of the convenience of modern family living are within easy striking distance. This is perhaps the reason why Westbury is one of Bristol's most popular residential suburbs. Bristol’s historic 'Downs' are within five minutes walk and there are excellent transport links both into the city and out to the motorway networks.
Directions From our Westbury office head along Stoke Lane towards Westbury Village. At the round-a-bout in the village take the third exit up the hill on Westbury Road. Continue past the Post Office Tavern and the turn to Southfield Road on the right. The house can be found shortly after this on the right hand side.
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