A detached 1950s house in need of updating but enjoying widespread and far reaching views, standing in a good size plot and offering considerable potential to extend the accommodation - subject of course to any necessary consents. Externally
The house stand in a large plot with gardens to the front (approximately 52’ x 47’), side and rear (about 60’ x 50’). The gardens are mostly level, laid to lawn with trees, hedging, bushes and a ‘triple’ ornamental pond. Location
14 Kelston Road occupies a lovely position, being slightly elevated and set back in this highly sought after road. It is a just a short walk from the many shops and amenities both in Chelsea Road and Weston Village, whilst some excellent schools (Oldfield, wasps, St Marys and Newbridge) are all close by - as is the Royal United Hospital, Newbridge Park and Ride and Marina. The house is well served by buses into the city centre (some 2½ miles away), wonderful walks along the Cotswold Way are close to hand, whilst easy access to both Bristol and the M4 are available without having to cross Bath. Accommodation
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