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4 bedroom terraced house for sale

West View Road, Keynsham, Bristol

Sold STC £375,000

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A substantial double bay fronted Edwardian town house of considerable character with a plethora of original features retained and tastefully presented spacious accommodation

* Sought after location a few minutes walk from the town centre * Vestibule * Hallway * Sitting room * Dining room * Breakfast/morning room * Kitchen/breakfast room * Utility room * Cloak/WC * 4 bedrooms * Large bathroom * Walled front garden with the possibility of creating parking * Delightful 69' deep rear garden *

DIRECTIONS:  From Keynsham Parish Church proceed along the High Street turning right into Charlton Road adjacent to the HSBC Bank.  Take the second turning left into West View Road then 'Creswick' will be found on the left handside just before the turning for Rock Road.

'Creswick'  is a wonderful example of a fine Edwardian house dating from 1910.  It offers spacious accommodation across two floors with further potential to convert the loft area to provide additional accommodation if required.  The house is unusual having retained an incredible amount of Period detail including stained glass windows, original sash windows, original fireplaces, ceiling cornice work, deep skirting boards and original panelled internal doors with brass furniture.  The property has been tastefully decorated in period and is well presented throughout. The fact that so many features have been retained is due to the fact that the property has had only three owners since new.  Its original configuration has not been significantly altered.
  
The house is complimented by a delightful garden to the rear, approximately 69' (21m) deep and has the advantage of a walled front garden which other nearby properties have utilised to provide offstreet parking.  
  
West View Road is a sought after location being a street of period properties just a few minutes walk from the Town Centre with its excellent range of amenities and transport links to Bristol and Bath and close to St John's Primary School.
  
Opportunities to purchase properties such as this on the open market are relatively infrequent and internal viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the character and extent of the accommodation on offer.  
  
In fuller detail the accommodation comprises: (all measurements are approximate)
  
GROUND FLOOR:
  
VESTIBULE: panelled entrance door with original stained leaded coloured glazed panels and matching fan light window above.  Black and white tiled floor, meters cupboard, stripped pine original inner door with coloured leaded panel and fan light above leading to:
  
ENTRANCE HALL: corniced ceiling, staircase rising to first floor with turned spindle ballustrade and polished handrail.  Radiator.
  
SITTING ROOM: 4.35m (14' 7") into bay x 3.91m (12' 10") original sash bay window to front aspect, corniced ceiling and picture rail, deep skirting boards, original fireplace with painted timber surround and mantle, cast iron inset with tiled slips and living flame gas fire.  Double panel radiator.
  
DINING ROOM: 3.82m (12' 6") x 3.35m (11') pretty original cast iron fireplace and alcove dresser.  Picture rail, double panel radiator, glazed French doors to rear with fan light above.
  
BREAKFAST/MORNING ROOM: 3.75m x 3.27m (12' 4" x 10' 9") used as the second sitting room, two sash windows to side aspect, fireplace with high timber mantle and blue tiled inset and hearth, radiator, internal window to kitchen, part glazed door to:
  
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 4.14m x 3.75m (13' 7" x 12' 4") furnished with a range of traditional pine wall and floor units with rolled edged work surfaces and tiled surrounds, inset one and a quarter bowl sink unit with mixer tap.   Leisure gas cooker, glazed display cupboards, window overlooking rear garden, radiator, sash windows to side aspect, panelled door to outside.
  
UTILITY ROOM: (included in kitchen measurements) half tiled walls, window to rear aspect, wall hung Worcester gas fired boiler, plumbing for automatic washing machine, further appliance space, door to:
  
CLOAK/WC: white suite comprising low level WC and wash hand basin.  Radiator, half tiled walls, window to side aspect.
  
FIRST FLOOR:
  
LANDING: access to roof space, coved ceiling, light roses, built in original shelved cupboard.
  
BEDROOM ONE: 5.13m x 4.40m (16' 10" x 14' 7") into bay.  A room of wonderful proportion running the full width of the property with an original sash bay window to the front aspect and a lovely period fireplace with painted inlaid surround, cast iron fire grate and tiled slips.  Wall light.  Coved ceiling and light rose.  Radiator, range of built in wardrobes to one wall (included in measurements).
  
BEDROOM TWO: 3.82m x 3.43m (12' 6" x 11' 3") sash window to rear aspect.  Pretty cast iron fireplace.  Radiator, light rose.
  
BEDROOM THREE: 3.78m x 2.84m (12' 4" x 9' 4") sash window to rear aspect overlooking the garden and with views to Kelston Roundhill, cast iron corner fireplace, radiator.
  
BEDROOM FOUR: 2.83m x 1.63m (9' 3" x 5' 4") presently utilised as a study with sash window to side aspect and radiator.
  
BATHROOM: 2.93m x 2.83m (9' 7" x 9' 3") sash window, cast iron corner fireplace, traditional white suite comprising WC with high level cistern, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback and deep panelled bath with mixer tap.  Coved ceiling, radiator.  
  
OUTSIDE:
  
To the FRONT of the property there is a walled garden which is hard landscaped for ease of maintenance and features an original pedestrian entrance gate and timber fencing.  Nearby properties have utilised the front garden to provide offstreet parking (subject to any necessary consents).  
  
The REAR GARDEN is some 21m (about 69' deep).  This is a lovely enclosed town garden. It comprises a paved patio and terrace to the rear of the house with an outside water tap provided leading to an area of lawn with flower and shrub beds and rockery style borders.  There is a further paved area at the far end of the garden beneath a Clematis clad Pergola with a timber garden shed to one side and a pedestrian rear access.

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