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5 bedroom house for sale
Randall Road, Cliftonwood, Bristol, BS8 4TP
- An impressive family house
- Drawing room & sitting room
- Kitchen/dining room
- Four bedrooms (one en suite)
- Study/fifth bedroom
A quiet and tranquil setting away from the hurly burly of the fashionable village and yet providing ease of access. Located in an elevated position with far reaching views over the waterfront, Randall Road is ideally placed. There are links to the commercial centre, the aforementioned Clifton Village (0.5 mile) with its plethora of bars, restaurants and boutiques, and Clifton Triangle (0.5 mile). Whilst various institutions are available from Queens Road including the Royal Infirmary, University, Royal Academy of the West of England and the BBC. In proximity there are a host of amenities, including health and leisure clubs such as the Nuffield and David Lloyd available from Queens Road and Long Ashton respectively. There are golf courses and mountain bike trails in nearby Leigh Woods and Ashton Court. For schools. Clifton has a wide variety of independents with Clifton College, Clifton High School, Bristol Grammar and QEH to name a few. There are good transport links and rail networks available from the M32, M4 and M5 and Bristol Temple Meads train station with international travel available from Bristol Airport approximately 8.2 miles distant.
An impressive bay fronted semi detached family house situated in a quiet cul de sac on the fringes of Clifton Village. The property, which is arranged over four floors, has a versatile footprint and retains plenty of original detail. Bathed in light, and with a sunny southerly orientation to the rear elevation, this adaptable home offers scope for self containment. The lower ground could accommodate a dependent relative or achieve an income, without impacting on the family living on the upper floors.
Approached at the hall floor level there is a welcoming reception hall with original ceiling detail, a solid front door, glazed top light and a stained and etched glass window to the side elevation. The drawing room includes a triple sash bay window, ceiling cornice and rose with a working fireplace acting as the focal point. To the rear of the house the kitchen/dining room is considered the core of the family home with sash windows and a sunny orientation. The kitchen includes wall and base units, a stainless steel range cooker with extractor over, and a Belfast sink with plumbing for a dishwasher.
On the lower mezzanine level there is a useful pantry and on the ground floor, two rooms, a utility and shower room. This space is extremely adaptable and is currently used as an extension of the home with a study and sitting room, although could be self contained for the purposes of creating an annexe for the aforementioned dependent relative or income.
There is a separate external door to the lower level accessible from the street. A back door leads to the south-facing garden with mature herb garden, beds, patio and play bark. The garden also includes a small brick shed.
The upper floors are dominated by the bedroom accommodation with four bedrooms and two bathrooms with an en suite facility dedicated to the master bedroom. There is ample storage in terms of a loft and attic running the length of the house. Views to the rear extend over Bristol's famous harbourside with far reaching vistas towards Dundry and the Mendips.