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3 bedroom terraced house for sale
Horse Street, Chipping Sodbury, BRISTOL
- Hallway & Potential Study
- Lounge with Fireplace
- Dining Room
- Utility & Downstairs Cloaks
- 3 Bedrooms & Bathroom
- Very Large Rear Garden
- Garage & Parking
Tenure: FreeholdExtremely well presented 16th century character cottage incorporating a wealth of interesting and historic features. The enclosed rear garden is much larger than you would expect and it incorporates a gated entrance off Arnolds' Court to the rear giving private off street parking and access to the garage.
Chipping Sodbury is an ancient market town and important business centre and Conservation Area with a full range of shopping and educational facilities, together with a town hall, local public houses and restaurants.
- Bristol and Bath town centres - 14 miles, Aztec West, Abbeywood and Cribbs Causeway - 7 miles.
- M4 motorway J18 at Tormarton - 4 miles, M5 motorway J14 at Falfield - 8 miles
- Railway terminals at Yate & Bristol Parkway
Victorian style quarry tiled patterned floor, pine panelled dado.
Diagram shows floorplan for the property.
4.47m x 4.27m (14' 8" plus bay x 14' reducing to 12') An original Inglenook fireplace with heavy beam and beamed ceiling, bay window, ancient door to stairs up with space under, flagstone floor, beamed opening to the dining room, door to the kitchen through an ancient door opening.
4.27m x 2.31m (14' x 7' 7") average. Stone floor, wall lighting, steps up to utility/conservatory area to the rear and to the kitchen.
6.35m x 1.83m (20' 10" x 6' average) L-shaped incorporating large American style 'fridge/freezer with plumbing, located between the kitchen area and utility/conservatory area, space for Rangemaster cooker, base and wall cupboards, some of which are glazed with internal lighting, one and half bowl single drainer ceramic sink unit with mixer taps, stone floor, plumbing for dishwasher, gas boiler which provides hot water for central heating and domestic use.
3.45m x 1.22m (11' 4" x 4' ) Roof light (plumbing for wet room) off the entrance hall.
1.83m x 0.91m (6' x 3' average approx) Corner wash basin, stone floor, hanging space, extractor fan, WC with high level cistern.
3.20m x 2.39m (10' 6" average x 7' 10" approx) Hardwood glazed French doors and screens opening to the rear patio and gardens, Belfast sink with spray/mixer taps, plumbing for washing machine, opening to the kitchen area.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Exposed floorboards, exposed treads to staircases up and and down, door to stairs up, shelved alcove as linen storage area.
3.96m x 2.44m (13' x 8' reducing to 7' 6") Deep recess for hanging space, sloping ceilings, wall lighting, exposed floorboards, pleasant outlook into the rear garden.
4.52m x 2.34m (14' 10" x 7' 8" reducing to 6' 9") Wall lighting, beamed ceiling, wall beams, exposed floorboards. Interesting view up Horse Street and beyond.
2.36m x 1.70m (7' 9" x 5' 7") Laminated timber floor incorporating part of the landing area. Double ended roll edged ball and claw bath with shower mixer taps, low-level WC, pedestal wash basin, exposed stone wall, sloping beamed ceiling, outlook into the rear garden.
MASTER BEDROOM 1
4.88m x 2.62m (16' x 8' 7" plus eaves spaces) a delightfully established bedroom located quietly away in the attic, with an ancient staircase access from the first floor landing, lovely exposed beams, trusses, purlins, collars, ridges and a beam ended wall, exposed wooden floor. Pleasant view through the rear gardens and beyond (plumbing and electrics in place for potential ensuite).
ENCLOSED REAR GARDEN
Lovely deck patio under a pergola just outside the French doors from the Conservatory/Utility, outside light and water, garden sheds, lawns, borders, vegetable garden, fruit trees, fish pond, aluminium greenhouse, wood stores.
Brick pavier driveway behind gated parking area off Arnolds Court to the rear.
Brick and block construction with up and over light, electric light and power, PIR lighting.
Please note there is a small flying freehold which extends at first floor level from number 28 (the cottage to the right of number 30) into a narrow width of the first floor of number 30.