This home has no shortage of appeal as a family home, writes James Higgins
There is more to this semi-detached property than meets the eye and it would be a fantastic, life-changing opportunity for a family. It offers large open-plan living areas, a self-contained studio, a double garage, four bedrooms and low maintenance front and rear gardens.
The property was built in the 1920s and is located on the border between Westbury Park and Redland – a location popular with buyers owing to its proximity to the Downs, shops on Henleaze High Street, Waitrose and excellent local schools.
Offered to market without chain, a home of this standard is sure to generate considerable interest.
The property retains lots of attractive period features including, but not limited to, an original front door with an oval window, a rear-facing bay window with a door opening to a patio, and original fireplaces. On the ground floor there is a reception hallway, a living room, sitting room, kitchen/dining room, utility and a WC. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, an en suite bathroom and a shower room.
The most breath-taking feature of this property is its rear ground floor rooms. The open-plan sitting room/dining room/kitchen is a grand space for entertaining – there is an original fireplace, wood flooring and, in the kitchen, smartly fitted units and integral appliances including a double oven, hob and extractor hood.
There is a good-sized rear garden with a flagstone patio area and flower beds. It offers access to the double garage (which has rear access from the road via an electric roller door) and an office/studio. The studio has modern lighting and power, and French doors that make it a resplendent place to work.
Agent: CJ Hole Henleaze, 0117 962 9221, www.cjhole.co.uk