This attractive extended two bedroom terraced period home, tucked in a Cul de Sac on the desired Horfield/Ashley Down borders, is beautifully presented throughout. Boasting an extended kitchen/diner with tri-folding doors onto the southerly-facing garden and a fantastic four piece bathroom to note just a couple of the impressive factors as to why this home is sure to attract much attention.
Located within the area of first priority of the local highly-rated primary school, the property is just a few minutes walk from the wealth of amenities provided by the independent retailers of the Gloucester Road, including bars, restaurants as well as unique shops and grocers; larger retailers can be found on Muller Road. Access into the city is provided by a comprehensive bus service with motorway and rail links a short distance away.
Upon entering the property you are greeted by a wonderful sense of character, provided by the cornicing and stripped wooden floors. The first reception space, the lounge, located to the front of the property boasts a bay window as well a log burner as a focal point. It is a cosy yet welcoming room. The kitchen/ diner/family room, the space the present owners spend much of the their time, either day to day or entertaining due to its versatile arrangement. The kitchen boasts attractive units topped with solid wood surfaces. The dining/family space offers space for the dining table, plus additional furnishings, and the tri-folding doors allow the space to spill into the gorgeous garden. Whilst this is a terrific room, it is also incredibly practical with a bank of cupboards, drawers and concealed shelves along one wall, housing washing machine, boiler, coats, shoes – you name it!
To the first floor, from the landing, access can be found to the loft which could provide further potential. The master bedroom spans the full width of the property with built-in wardrobes and an attractive original style fireplace. The second bedroom to the rear, again a double bedroom and boasting a charming fireplace too. The four piece bathroom has been imaginatively put together to combine a larger than typical shower enclosure, roll top bath, WC and characterful vanity unit. All of which feel in keeping with the style of home.
The southerly facing garden although very attractive, has been designed to be enjoyed but not too time consuming with a range of plants for ease of maintenance all set within spaces to sit.
Once you have paced the rooms, you too will find this marvellous property truly engaging and an ideal future home.
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