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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Thackeray Road, Clevedon

Sold STC £499,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Prime Upper Clevedon position
  • 1930's three bedroom semi detached house with scope
  • Majestic gardens
  • Plenty of parking and a double garage
  • Breathtaking views to the Mendips
  • An attractive walk to the Hill Road shops and boutiques
  • Scope to extend, subject to the necessary planning consents

Full description

This fine 1930's semi detached house occupies one of Clevedon's most SOUGHT AFTER locations along Thackeray Road with STUNNING SOUTHERLY VIEWS that extend all the way to the Mendips. We understand that this is the first time that this property will have been sold in over 50 years. From the main bedroom you even enjoy a glimpse of the Bristol Channel and Clevedon's famous sun sets. The GARDENS are majestic with plenty of space; extending in a southerly direction from the house. There is a DOUBLE GARAGE to the side and plenty of parking. This is a house with tremendous scope to extend subject to the necessary planning consents. From this prime Upper Clevedon position you are within striking distance of Hill Road with its boutiques, shops and restaurants.


Main Gardens 
At the rear which extends to around 30 metres in depth and 18 metres wide (these measurements are estimated). These are the gardens for those looking for extra space. A patio sits close to the house enjoying a fine southerly aspect and great views. There is a nearby summer house. Rolling lawns slope gently down in a southerly direction leading to a well stocked border with a majestic Magnolia tree in full bloom in these early Spring months. There is further access to a garden beyond. This was the former kitchen garden with scope for those looking to cultivate their own fruit and veg.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room  
15' 8'' x 7' 8'' (4.77m x 2.34m)
Fitted with a range of oak fronted cupboard and drawer units and incorporating a stainless steel sink unit, glass fronted display cabinet, ceramic hob with extractor hood above and built in double oven. There is plumbing for a washing machine and space for both a fridge and freezer. The ceramic tiled floor extends through to the breakfast area from which there are fabulous views across Clevedon to the Mendips. Convenient access to the Vaillant gas fired central heating boiler. Breakfast bar area. A door opens to a side vestibule from which there is immediate access to the gardens.

FIRST FLOOR 
Half Landing with a window providing natural light.

The Main Landing 
With its gallery above the stairwell. There is access to the roof space.

Bedroom 1 
12' 7'' x 11' 10'' max (3.83m x 3.60m max)
These measurements include the built in wardrobes which sit either side of the chimney breast. Decorations include ceiling coving. A double glazed door opens out onto the roof terrace enjoying the most incredible views across Clevedon and the surrounding countryside and in a more westerly direction towards the Bristol Channel. NB. For Health and Safety reasons there is no access onto the roof terrace. It has not been designed for regular use and does not have the required high level handrail.

Bedroom 2 
16' 0'' into bay x 11' 10'' (4.87m into bay x 3.60m)
Measurements include built in wardrobes which sit to the right hand side of the chimney breast. Decorations include picture rail. There is an attractive outlook to the front garden.

Bedroom 3 
9' 0'' x 7' 9'' (2.74m x 2.36m)
With a pretty orial window which overhangs the front garden and drive. Ceiling coving.

Bathroom  
With bath, washbasin set into a vanity cupboard and separate corner shower. Attractive tiling to the walls and floors. Double glazed window providing natural light.

Separate Cloakroom  
With WC. Double glazed window providing natural light.

Accommodation (all measurements approximate) 
An impressive 1930's arched entrance welcomes you to the storm porch with its checkerboard style floor. A further door opens to the:

Reception Hall  
With stairs rising up to the first floor bedroom accommodation and incorporating an understairs cupboard.

Lounge 
21' 0'' x 11' 9'' (6.40m x 3.58m)
A generous room which looks south and enjoys the most spectacular views across Clevedon towards the Mendip Hills. An attractive tiled fireplace with mahogany mantelpiece above which currently incorporates a gas fire. Decorations include surrounding ceiling cornicing and to the right of the fireplace is an attractive display shelved recess.

Dining Room  
15' 6'' into bay x 13' 7'' max (4.72m into bay x 4.14m max)
These measurements include three cupboards to the right of the fireplace. A well proportioned room with a beautiful curving bay window which looks out onto the front garden. Decorations include both ceiling coving and picture rails and a fireplace with marble type hearth which incorporates a gas fire.

OUTSIDE 
A pillared entrance provides access to the drive with parking for three cars and in turn leads to the double garage some 21'9" x 15'2". Offering space for a great workshop and hobbies use. There is a side door from the garage with good access to the rear gardens. The front gardens are laid mainly to grass with a number of shrubs. Side gated access leads to the:

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29 March 2017

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