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Property details

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 3 reception rooms


  • Extended 1930's Natural 4 Bedroom Semi Detached Family Home
  • Stunning Open Plan Rear Extension With Glass Bi-Fold Doors To South East Facing Garden
  • Downstairs Play Room, Utility Room & Cloakroom WC
  • Period Features Such As Panelled Hallway, Gothic Doors & Stain Glass & Leaded Windows
  • Modern Family Bathroom WC
  • Garage & Block Paved Driveway
  • South East Facing Rear Garden
  • Close To Elmlea Schools & Stoke Lane & Westbury Shops

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*** coming soon*** A beautifully extended 1930's semi detached four bedroom family home situated in the ever popular Red House Lane, located in a quiet side road close to Stoke Lane shops and Elmlea Infant & Junior Schools. Largely extended and refurbished to a high standard in 2015 this beautiful light and airy home, ideal for the growing family, must be seen to be truly appreciated.

On entering the property you are greeted by a sizeable and welcoming entrance character hallway with many original features such as plate rack, original style wooden panelling and arched Gothic style doors and stairs rising to the first floor accommodation and doors opening on the ground floor rooms which comprise; cloakroom WC, spacious living room to the front and a stunning open plan extension to the rear which spans the width of the house (c28ft width) and extends to over 20ft in length and enjoys an engineered oak floor with under floor heating throughout. The vast kitchen area offers a wide range of eye level and base units, stylish granite worktops, two Neff ovens, 5 point induction hob, dishwasher, washing machine, integrated coffee machine, microwave, full sized fridge and freezer and Quooker hot tap for instant boiling water. The kitchen island provides stool seating for casual dining, but the room also lends itself to more formal dining space as well as a living area, with space for a wall mounted TV and integrated Sonos speakers. The bi-fold doors stretch the width of the extension onto a private and enclosed south east facing lawned rear garden with patio area for alfresco dining. There is also a playroom/study and a utility room with space for tumble dryer and washing machine. The first floor offers three double bedrooms, single bedroom and a modern family bathroom WC. The first floor landing also provides access to a vast loft space which is also ripe for conversion subject to necessary planning.

The property lies within convenient access to the M4/M5 motorway networks as well as being within close proximity to Westbury-on-Trym village and Stoke Lane shops and amenities. This property is sure to attract a high volume of interest and could suit many buyers such as families and also those downsizing looking to stay within this highly sought after area.

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Local Authority: Bristol Council Tel: Council Tax Band: E

Services: Mains Gas, Water, Electric and Drainage

Entrance Hall

Original solid oak front door with original leaded obscure glazed windows to front, original wood panelling, plate racks and gothic oak doors to ground floor accommodation, original oak staircase with under stairs storage cupboard.

Cloakroom Wc

Re-fitted white low level WC with hidden cistern and wash hand basin, engineered oak floor.

Sitting Room (4.70m max x 3.91m (15'5 max x 12'10 ))

Double glazed bay windows to front, coved ceiling, picture rails, chimney breast with feature fireplace, telephone points, wall light points.

Open Plan Kitchen/Dining/Family Room (8.74m max x 7.19m max (28'8 max x 23'7 max))

A beautifully designed and fitted open plan space which must be seen to be fully appreciated and includes a quality fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, wonderful central island with seating, engineered oak floor, skylights that provide great light throughout and bi folding doors that open the room out onto the rear garden. Door to a utility and opening into a playroom.

Utility Room

With space for appliances and fitted units.

Play Room (4.22m x 3.91m (13'10 x 12'10 ))

Accessed from the generous open plan living space currently used as a playroom with engineered oak floor.

First Floor Landing

Feature double glazed window with original decorative stain glass insert to rear, doors to first floor rooms, loft hatch leading to loft space ripe for conversion subject to planning.

Bedroom One (5.31m x 3.66m (17'5 x 12'0))

Double glazed bay window to the front.

Bedroom Two (3.89m x 3.66m (12'9 x 12'0 ))

Double glazed window to the rear.

Bedroom Three (3.63m x 2.46m (11'11 x 8'1 ))

Double glazed window top the front.

Bedroom Four (3.25m x 2.39m (10'8 x 7'10))

Double glazed window to the front.


Fitted quality bathroom suite comprising bath with shower over, wc and wash basin, double glazed window to the rear, tiled walls and floor.

Cloakroom Wc

Double glazed window to rear, radiator, low level WC and wash hand basin.


Front Garden

With lawn and brick paved driveway providing parking and access to the attached garage.

Rear Garden

A wonderful south east facing garden with both lawn and patio areas, fully enclosed by fencing.

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Map & Nearby

Local Amenities

  • Sea Mills 1 miles
  • Clifton Down 1.8 miles
  • Elmlea Junior School 0.4 miles
  • Stoke Bishop Church of England Primary School 0.4 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Sea Mills 1 miles
  • Clifton Down 1.8 miles
  • Elmlea Junior School 0.4 miles
  • Stoke Bishop Church of England Primary School 0.4 miles

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Average estimated value for a house in BS9:

  • £547,161
  • Price increase

  • £25,260
  • (4.840%)
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Sold prices provided by Land Registry
14th Jan 2020 £825,000 First listed
14th Nov 2013 £500,000 Last sold

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