4 bedroom terraced house for saleUpper Belmont Road, St. Andrews, Bristol
Sold STC £400,000
Full descriptionBeing arranged over three storeys, this bay fronted period family home offers exceptionally flexible accommodation throughout. Having been lovingly preserved and maintained by its current owner, the property retains many of its period features including cornicing, ceiling roses, fireplaces and stripped wooden floorboards. Due to the situation of the property being located on Upper Belmont Road, on the crest of the hill of Sommerville Road, the property affords pleasant views to the top of Egerton and Berkeley Road across to Redland Infant and Junior School. The open rear aspect adds to the sense of light and space that many other period mid terrace homes lack. Being within close proximity to Sefton Park Infant and Junior School, the historic St Andrews Park and the County Cricket Ground, this is an ideal purchase for a growing family looking for a home offering exceptional square footage. With the precedent already set for conversion, many of the houses on Upper Belmont Road have further extended the accommodation with loft conversions, and due to the nature of having a separate entrance to the lower levels, many of them have converted these properties into separate apartment (subject to the necessary planning and building consents). Currently the property is arranged with three spacious bedrooms on the top floor, with a luxury bathroom suite, two receptions on the entrance level; one being bay fronted and with a further utility/kitchenette, and to the lower floor is a modern kitchen, a further bedroom and reception with lean to conservatory and greenhouse. Whilst the property is conveniently located close to the hustle and bustle of Gloucester Road, the garden is best described in the vendors’ own words as a “calm, green oasis”. The house is also marketed with no onward chain.
Front of Property
Walled boundaries, mature garden, tiled stairs to hall floor entrance, and tiled steps leading to separate entrance to basement.
1.81m x 1.14m (5' 11" x 3' 9") To maximum points.
Double glazed windows to front aspect, original style cornicing, high level skirting boards, stripped wooden floorboards, door leading to hallway.
4.32m x 1.82m (14' 2" x 6' ) To maximum points.
Original style cornicing, high level skirting boards, stripped wooden floorboards, power points, radiators, stairs to basement, stairs to first floor landing, and doors to rooms.
5.15m x 3.97m (16' 11" x 13' 0") To maximum points.
Double glazed bay window to front aspect, original style ceiling rose, cornicing, stained glass lead insets, high level skirting boards, stripped wooden floorboards, ornate gas fireplace with marble mantle and stone hearth, radiator, power points, television point.
4.00m x 3.90m (13' 1" x 12' 10") To maximum points.
Dual double glazed windows to rear aspect providing views of tranquil rear garden, original style ceiling rose, cornicing, high level skirting boards, stripped wooden floorboards, open fireplace with stone hearth and wooden mantle, radiator, power points, television point.
2.74m x 1.36m (9' x 4' 6") To maximum points.
Double glazed window to rear overlooking rear garden, original style pantry and dresser, Belfast sink, power points, stripped wooden floorboards, tiled splashbacks to all wet areas.
Second Floor Landing
3.10m x 1.86m (10' 2" x 6' 1") To maximum points.
Original style high level skirting boards, stripped wooden floorboards, doors to rooms.
4.01m x 3.96m (13' 2" x 13' ) To maximum points.
Double glazed window to front aspect, original style cornicing, high level skirting boards, stripped floorboards, cupboard to chimney recess, ornate fireplace with tiled hearth and wooden mantle, radiator, power points.
3.99m x 3.98m (13' 1" x 13' 1") To maximum points.
Double glazed window to rear aspect overlooking rear garden, with breathtaking views across Bishopston, original style high level skirting boards, stripped wooden floorboards, built in wardrobe to chimney recess, ornate fireplace with wooden mantle and stone hearth, radiator, power points.
2.99m x 2.28m (9' 10" x 7' 6") To maximum points.
Double glazed window to rear aspect with views across Bristol, access to loft via hatch, high level original style skirting boards, power points, and radiator
2.60m x 1.50m (8' 6" x 4' 11") To maximum points.
Double glazed window to front aspect, modern contemporary matching three piece suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap over, low level wc, panelled bath with mixer tap and shower over, tiled splashbacks to all wet areas, modern gas combination boiler.
4.25m x 1.98m (13' 11" x 6' 6") Obscured double glazed window to front aspect, door leading to front garden, cupboard housing meters, radiator, access to under stairs storage, doors to rooms.
4.69m x 3.72m (15' 5" x 12' 2") To maximum points.
Double glazed window to rear aspect, ornate style gas flame effect fireplace with marble mantle and stone hearth, power points, radiator.
3.93m x 3.68m (12' 11" x 12' 1") To maximum points.
Obscured double glazed window to front aspect, original style high level skirting boards, power points, modern gas combination boiler.
3.69m x 2.01m (12' 1" x 6' 7") To maximum points.
Modern double galley style kitchen comprising range of matching wall and base units with roll top work surfaces, double stainless steel sink with mixer tap over, space and gas supply for cooker, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for upright fridge freezer, power points, tiled splashbacks to all wet areas, radiator, door leading through to lean to conservatory.
3.01m x 1.55m (9' 11" x 5' 1") To maximum points.
Perspex style roof, windows overlooking rear garden, door leading to rear garden.
1.31m x 0.84m (4' 4" x 2' 9") To maximum points.
Low level WC.
A tranquil oasis rarely found in this part of the city centre, measuring approximately 60 foot in length, and not overlooked from the rear, with wall and fence boundaries, featuring a mature array of foliage arranged in three separate areas, all areas ideal for al fresco dining, large stone chipping area and wooden step feature. The garden also offers a brick and timber built lean to greenhouse, a stone built bike shed, an outside tap and outside power supply.
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