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This classic Victorian terraced property has completely refurbished interiors offering it modern practicality and style, says James Higgins

This terraced property in highly sought-after Southville is a well-presented four-bedroom family home. It offers a beautifully-finished loft conversion, a stunning open-plan kitchen, and a prime location near to the conveniences of North Street and the Gaol Ferry footbridge which offers pedestrian access to Spike Island and the city centre.

At the rear of the property, the breath-taking kitchen/dining room has been completed to the highest possible standards. Pinewood units and glistening polished granite worktops sit alongside an integral oven, hob, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Two skylight aspects and French doors bask the room in light and make it a beautiful space to while away the hours. The kitchen also offers access to a utility room and WC.

The front-facing lounge enjoys a bay window, feature fireplace and distinctive high ceilings that characterise properties of this era. The room is filled with natural light and creates a serine and airy space. Positioned between the kitchen and the larger reception, the family room offers flexibility as a dining room and, although located at the centre of the home, benefits from plenty of natural light.

There are three double-bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor. The largest benefits from two front-facing sash windows and built-in wardrobes with floor-to-ceiling mirrored doors. The two smaller rooms are to the rear and enjoy two large garden-facing windows. The converted attic has raised ceilings and accommodates a sprawling master suite – including en suite bathroom and built-in cupboards.

Agent: Andrews Southville, 0117 963 3000,

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