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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Stoke Paddock Road, Stoke Bishop, Bristol, BS9

Guide Price £995,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Porch and reception hall
  • Sitting room and dining room
  • Conservatory
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Cloakroom, lobby and store
  • Master bedroom
  • Three further bedrooms and a family bathroom
  • Attached garage
  • Gardens to front and rear with a westerly orientation
  • EPC Rating = E

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An exciting opportunity on a sizable and sunny plot

Location

This family home sits on the corner of Stoke Paddock Road and Chenye Road, the latter is privately owned with a maintenance schedule on an ad hoc basis. Within proximity Stoke Lodge Playing Fields provide recreational status and there is a designated children's play area. Bordering Coombe Dingle there are rambling walks through the Gorges and to the Kings Weston Estate and Durdham Downs provides a further 400 acres of open parkland. Stoke Bishop lies to the North West of Bristol's commercial centre with arterial roads running nearby to the motorway networks M5 and M4 in addition. Bristol has two mainline train stations with services to many cities nationwide and the airport has flights to a number of European destinations. BS9 has regarded schools, primary and secondary, state and independent. There are recreational facilities in the form of golf courses and health and leisure clubs.

Description

A 1950's detached house constructed from brick elevations and with modern double glazed windows throughout. Occupying a large corner plot with sunny orientations, the property offers excellent prospects for those wishing to extend and create their own bespoke home. The property has been within the same ownership for some 20 years and much energy has been lavished on the gardens which are sunny and mature with deep stocked herbaceous borders. There are large and level lawns and the private road status creates an excellent environment for families.

The property is arranged over two floors and retains notable features, these include an oak sprung floor which extends through the reception hall and principal rooms, the rising oak staircase and a Claygate fireplace in the sitting room. Modern enhancements have been made in the form of the conservatory which surveys the gardens and yet prospective buyers can still add value and their own taste internally as well as externally. The open porch includes a quarry tiled floor and oak front door with opaque glazed insets. The reception hall has two principal rooms lying directly off. The dining room is dual aspect and overlooks the front and side elevations whilst the sitting room is triple aspect with windows to the front and sliding doors provide direct access to the terrace and garden. The conservatory includes a tiled floor and doors to the garden with an eclectically operated fan, wall light and heat sensitive top light. The kitchen is functional with a range of wall and base units, integrated appliances include a stainless steel one and a half bowl sink, Neff ceramic hob, extractor, oven and grill. There is space for a fridge and plumbing for a dishwasher. There are two cupboards, the former larder has been converted into a utility and adjacent is a small panty. Under the stairs there is a cupboard and the cloakroom. Located off the rear lobby is a useful garden store. A further glazed door gives direct access to the single garage which houses the gas fired boiler. The first floor incorporates four bedrooms located off the landing and with a useful loft space. The master bedroom is dual aspect and the three remaining bedrooms enjoy differing orientations and views.

The gardens are without doubt one of the most salient features of this family home. Occupying the corner plot as previously stated and with three lawned gardens which are level and private with established and mature borders incorporating a wide variety of perennials, flowering plants, shrubs and trees. There is a sun terrace located off the conservatory. A carriage drive off Cheyne Road leads to the garage which has an electric up and over door and there is a pedestrian path from Stoke Paddock Road and around the periphery.

Square Footage: 1,646 sq ft

Directions

Mileages
Bristol city centre = 3.7 miles
Temple Meads = 5 miles
M5, Junction 17 = 3.9 miles
Bristol Airport = 10.5 miles


Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
31 October 2016

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