5 bedroom house for sale18, Clifton Park, Clifton, Bristol
Guide Price £850,000
- Neo Gothic Townhouse
- Close To Clifton Village
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- Two Reception Rooms
- Four Bedrooms
- Plus Self Contained Flat
- Large Gardens
- Off Street Parking Space
Hollis Morgan - A Victorian terraced house in the Neo Gothic style with delightful period features and elegant family accommodation extending over four floors including a self contained garden level flat. Now requires basic updating *** WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR ***
A stone fronted terraced town house, in the Victorian Neo Gothic style with classic period features. Standing well back from the road in a beautifully landscaped garden, this period Gem also has the advantage of a large secret garden to the rear as well as a parking space. The traditional accommodation is arranged over four floors with a self contained flat in the basement with elegant family accommodation above. There is a spacious Old English style kitchen with a Butler's Pantry leading to the Dining Room which has large sash windows whilst a turned central staircase leads to the Drawing Room at first floor level. Four bedrooms a bathroom and a box room completes the accommodation on the upper levels. This family home has been carefully and lovingly maintained but does now offer the chance for some basic updating.
Clifton Park is a wide road joining Pembroke Road with Clifton Downs and the property is, therefore, within easy reach of Clifton Village with its Chelsea style ambiance with picturesque Street with boutiques, and independent luxury shops and restaurants whilst The unique Downs provides acres of open space for leisure activities. The Somerset countryside is easily reached via the famous Clifton Suspension Bridge across the spectacular Avon Gorge. Clifton College are within a easy walking distance whilst other schools, The University of Bristol and The Business, shopping and leisure facilities of the City centre are within a mile.
To the west of the city there is access to Junction 19 of The M5 Motorway connecting with The M4 motorway just to the north of Bristol. There are high speed train services available from both Bristol Temple Meads and Bristol Parkway. Bristol airport lies approximately eight miles to the south of the City.
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The property has a very attractive approach along a tarmac pathway flanked by a well maintained level lawn with a backdrop of herbaceous plants and flowering trees and shrubs.
Entrance Hall Level
Imposing Entrance door and Entrance Vesitbule with traditional chequered black and white tiled floor.
Part glazed door leads to an L shaped entrance hall with a traditional chequered black and white tiled floor, dado rail, cornice and single radiator.
4.74m(15'7'') x 4.45m(14'7'')
Overlooking the front garden with feature height picture sash windows, with working shutters, stripped timber floors, cast iron radiator, period features including cornice and ceiling rose, period style marble fireplace surround with working gas fire and cast iron inset.
2.79m(9'2'') x 1.63m(5'4'')
Interconnecting pantry with a fine period dresser.
Old English Style Kitchen
5.52m(18'1'') x 4.54m(14'11'')
This room runs the entire width of the house and has triple sash windows overlooking the rear gardens, beautifully detailed ceiling cornicing and ceiling rose, free standing sink unit with stainless steel work surface and storage below, free standing Leisure Range with four ring gas hob, griddle, electric warming plate, double oven and grill. Other fitting include a fine period dresser, two pendant light fittings
Approached by an elegant turned staircase leading to a half landing
With ceramic tiles floor, shower cubical with tiled walls, sliding glazed door and electric shower. WC, pedestal wash hand basin and airing cupboard with hot water tank and immersion heater.
First Floor Landing
Stripped timber floors and single radiator.
5.98m(19'7'') x 4.75m(15'7'')
With a cast iron radiator, double sash window, period detail including cornice and ceiling rose plus fitted bookshelves.
4.57m(15'0'') x 4.27m(14'0'')
Double sash window to rear aspect, stripped timber floors, fitted wardrobe and double radiator.
With a fitted suite comprising a panelled bath with a stainless steel shower mixer attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, stainless steel heated towel rail, sash window to rear aspect.
Twin roof lights provide light to the central core of the property.
5.65m(18'6'') x 4.86m(15'11'')
Double bedroom with two sash windows to front aspect, stripped timber floors, eaves storage cupboards, pedestal wash hand basin and single radiator.
4.58m(15'0'') x 3.66m(12'0'')
Casement windows to rear aspect, stripped timber floors and single radiator.
4.65m(15'3'') x 2.98m(9'9'')
Casement window to rear aspect, stripped timber floors, pine vanity unit with ceramic inset sink and single radiator.
2.34m(7'8'') x 1.93m(6'4'')
Stripped timber floors and Velux Style roof light.
The Self Contained Flat
The flat has a charming period feel and is approached via stone steps from the main entrance pathway. There is a large bedroom to the front of the house and a lovely sitting room to the rear with access to the garden. The flat can easily be rented in this area to provide an income or, alternatively, the rooms can be integrated into the main accommodation to provide additional living space and would clearly make extra bedrooms, study, games room etc.
The flat has independent access to the front of the property via stone steps, there is also internal access from a staircase form the entrance hall.
Solid timber door leads to entrance hall.
4.44m(14'7'') x 3.57m(11'9'')
With French doors to rear garden and single radiator.
4.66m(15'3'') x 4.45m(14'7'')
Double bedroom at the front of the property with sash window (fitted security grill) overlooking the courtyard, stripped timber floors and fitted cupboards. Single Radiator.
Bathroom And Utility
With WC, panelled bath, hot water tank and immersion heater plus plumbing for washing machines and tumble dryers.
4.14m(13'7'') x 3.42m(11'3'')
4.57m(15'0'') x 4.40m(14'5'')
There are useful dry cellars ideal for storing wine etc.
The unusual gardens have been designed to reflect the Victorian atmosphere of this well located period home.
There are four individual gardens comprising a formal front garden, a courtyard garden, a middle garden and a secret garden. The clever planting and different levels provide individual light conditions and character to each garden.
Formal Front Garden
A straight tarmac pathway leads to the entrance door. This is flanked by a large level lawn with herbaceous plants and flowering trees providing a backdrop and seclusion to this south facing oasis.
The Courtyard Garden
is landscaped with Cotswold chippings and is an intriguing and secluded area in which to grow Camellia's and ferns etc.
Is luxuriously planted with small and exotic shrubs and fuchsia's and provides a verdant entrance via a gateway into the Secret garden.
Is mainly laid to lawn with a gravel path and sitting area with cascading climbing roses. To the rear of the garden is a stone wall and picturesque steps lead to a gate and a pedestrian access to Clifton Park.
Allocated off street parking space in the adjoining property.
We understand the property is Freehold and Free.
Lower Ground Floor
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