Cubist future

bishopsworth house

This uniquely designed property is bursting with potential for the right owner, writes James Higgins

This quirky and unique property is a sizable and spacious home with lots to offer a new owner. Although the interiors are old fashioned and, in the eyes of some, will most likely require some modernisation, this detached property is a compelling opportunity for future development. It is also offered to market without chain.

Arranged across three levels, this property encompasses circa 330m2 and includes a rather impressive studio/loft space and two top-floor balconies. On the ground floor there are three receptions, a kitchen/diner, garden room, an entrance hallway, a study, utility room, WC, and an integral garage. While the kitchen is a old fashioned design it does offer the excellent addition of a walk-in larder – a feature sure to prove useful.

On the first floor there are four bedrooms, a family bathroom and a shower room. The family bathroom and shower room are adjacent and could be knocked through to create a flowing space. There is a generously-sized landing on the first floor where a second staircase leads up to the top floor and the 63m2 studio/loft. There are two sets of French doors from the studio which each open onto two paved balconies. There are large south-facing skylights and windows which make this second-floor room resplendent and a remarkable space.

The garden currently features gravel and paving but its generous size could offer a new buyer great potential. The garden also backs on the Malago and its adjoining woods and meadows which are an attractive scene to look out over from the patio.

Agent: Ocean Southville, 0117 923 1866,

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