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7 bedroom detached house for sale

Hung Road, Shirehampton

Withdrawn from Market £625,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Last sold in 1966, the house has been the much loved home of the late Mr Ralph Hack, a popular man & keen local historian. Now dated &, aside from a recent new roof, requires renovation.
  • The grade II listed building retains many of its original fine features including original fireplaces, oven range, sash & shuttered windows and an elegant central staircase.
  • Primarily arranged over three floors the accommodation comprises 7 bedrooms, 2 reception, study, kitchen, conservatory, workshop, 3 small outbuildings plus extensive cellar/basement
  • Understated & discreet approach, shared with The Coach House leads into approximately ¾ of an acre of south facing, secluded grounds including a ha-ha & Victorian style conservatory
  • Listed brick garden wall with Gothic archway leading into a small courtyard. Situated within the grounds is a large beech tree, the subject of a Tree Preservation Order.
  • The property benefits from a full right of access connecting Myrtle Hall with the adopted highway of Myrtle Drive.
  • Offers potential for a number of uses - with sufficient accommodation for dependent/independent family or (subject to necessary planning & building consents) a small B&B or conversion.
  • Set in the popular 'Riverside' suburb of Shirehampton stunning views to the River Avon & Pill beyond can be seen from the property's upper floors, with pleasant riverbank walks
  • Shirehampton village within ½ a mile offering shops, schools & essential services. Excellent transport links with nearby train station, regular bus services & easy access to M5
  • Further information available by request - Structural Engineers report & Planning Appraisal. The property is not in a Conservation Area

Full description

OFFERS HUGE POTENTIAL AND AN OPTION TO ACQUIRE THE COACH HOUSE - A classic, attractive and very large (in excess of 5000 sq. ft.) double fronted grade II listed Georgian period house, circa 1796, set in extensive secluded grounds of circa 0.75 of an acre facing the River Avon.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
01 September 2016

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