A beautifully presented 1930's detached home extended and modernised throughout offering spacious 4 bedroom accommodation in a desirable location within level walking distance of local shops and Elmlea Schools. We feel the house is an ideal proposition for families or downsizers looking for a detached house in the area. The house is approached via a storm porch with a large storage cupboard at the back with overhead skylight. A door opens into a welcoming entrance hallway with staircase to upper floors and doors to sitting room, study and the kitchen/dining room. The sitting room is to the front with a bay window and there is an attractive cast iron fireplace with limestone mantle and granite hearth forming a beautiful real working fireplace. There is a very useful small study to the side and to the rear is a very spacious kitchen/dining room where off this is a utility room/cloakroom. The kitchen area has fabulous high gloss white wall and base kitchen units complimented with black granite worktops and there are integrated appliances including washing machine, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. There is also space for a 900mm range cooker with a black canopy cooker hood over. There is a most attractive slate floor throughout this room and uPVC patio doors open onto the rear garden. On the first floor there is an 18’ x 14’ master bedroom with the benefit of an en suite shower room. There are three further bedrooms and a very stylish contemporary styled bathroom suite that includes a freestanding bath, wash hand basin, WC and a large shower enclosure. The front of the house is mainly laid to tarmac with space to park two cars off street. To the rear is a good size rear garden for a family, being enclosed by timber panelled fencing, mainly laid to lawn with a patio to the side and rear. This is a lovely house and we highly recommend a viewing at the first opportunity.
Area Westbury On Trym is a popular area with young professionals and families within easy walking distance of both popular recreational areas of the Durdham Downs and Canford Park. There are numerous amenities just a few minutes level walk away in both Westbury Village and Stoke Lane, including, supermarkets, bakers, coffee shops, restaurants, public houses, doctor, dentist, library and a post office. In addition several of the area’s most sought after schools, both primary and secondary, serve the area. There is easy access to the M4/M5 motorway network and the city centre via both road and public transport.
Directions From our Stoke Lane office turn left and walk in the direction of the Co-op supermarket. Continue walking along Stoke Lane for approximately two minutes and the house can be found on the left hand side just before the turning on the right to Stoke Grove.
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