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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Queens Road, Clevedon

Sold STC £695,000

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A beautiful Victorian stone fronted four bedroom semi-detached family home situated on the highly regarded Queens Road.

Retaining much of its original period detail, this charming period home is impressive throughout. With beautiful stone elevations under a pitched tiled roof, the dressed Bath stone bay window surround is typical of its Victorian age. This fine home has generous accommodation which is arranged over three floors and in brief comprises; entrance vestibule, entrance hall, living room, dining room, family room, kitchen, utility room and cloakroom. The first floor features three double bedrooms with a four piece family bathroom. The second floor features another double bedroom which completes the second floor. The basement features a playroom and a cellar and can be easily accessed from the entrance hall and the rear garden. Externally, the rear garden is predominantly laid to a level lawn with a terrace residing to the back of the property providing an space to dine al fresco. The frontage is nicely set back from a road with a newly paved, double width driveway for two vehicles.

Offering true flexibility of use, as well an abundance of charm and character; typically associated with a quintessentially English Victorian home, Goodman & Lilley anticipate a good degree of interest due to its convieneint location and the accommodation on offer. Call us today on 01275 430440 and talk with one of our property professionals to arrange an internal inspection.

Bristol city centre 15 miles, Cribbs Causeway Regional Shopping Centre 14 miles, M5 (J20) 1.5 miles, Yatoon railway station 4 miles, Bristol Airport 12 miles (distances approximate)

Location - Clevedon is well served with shops and supermarkets, schools from infant to comprehensive level, health centres and a cottage hospital, cinema, library and a modern sports centre with swimming pool. Local amenities include, historic Victorian pier which offers facilities for art shows, festivals, fireworks and summer sailings on steam ships. There is an array of good restaurants and pubs. For those with sporting interests Clevedon boasts excellent Golf and Yacht clubs, a popular football stadium and nearby rugby club. For the commuter Bristol is approximately thirteen miles away and there is good access to the motorway network via Junction 20 of the M5.

Accommodation Comprising:- -

Entrance Vestibule - Period timber door opening to the entrance vestibule, Original tessellated tiled floor, obscured sash window to the rear aspect, attractive detailed cornicing with ceiling rose, timber paned door opening to:-

Entrance Hall - With doors opening to the principal reception rooms, staircase rising to the first floor, under stairs storage cupboard, door to basement stairs, radiator, cornicing, picture rail and ceiling rose.

Living Room - A opulent room with a period features that include ornate cornicing and ceiling rose, picture rail, inset gas living flame fire with tiled inset and marble surround, chimney recessed built-in furniture, feature sash double glazed bay window to the front aspect, radiators, internal glazed window allowing light to flood into the hall, TV point.

Family Room - With cornicing, picture rail and ceiling rose, window to the rear aspect, boarded fireplace with surround, radiators, timber door through to dining room.

Dining Room - Feature miniature bricked open grate fireplace, radiator, uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect with deep sill and storage beneath, radiator, door to:-

Kitchen - Fitted with a comprehensive range of wall, base and drawer units which incorporates glazed display units and a wine rack, under pelmet lighting, recessed ceiling down lighting, roll top edged work surface with breakfast bar, inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap, useful built-in storage cupboard, tiling to splash prone areas, space for gas five ring 'Rangemaster' oven with extractor hood over, space for dishwasher and fridge/freezer, internal glazed window, multi-paned door opening to:-

Utility Room - Constructed from uPVC double gazed windows with door to garden with polycarbonate, work surface with plumbing for automatic a washing machine and dryer, exposed stone work, thumb latched door to:-

Cloakroom - Fitted with a high cistern WC, wash hand basin, radiator, obscured uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect,

Half Landing - Radiator, door to bedroom and WC, stairs rising to first floor landing,

Bedroom - Open grate fireplace with surround, radiator, built-in wardrobe with hot water tank, sash window to the side aspect, cornicing.

Wc - Fitted with two piece suite comprising; low level WC, wash hand basin, tiled splash back, sash window to the side aspect,

First Floor Landing - With doors opening to the bedrooms and the family bathroom, radiator, Full height ceiling with stained glass Victorian skylight with floods the space with natural light,

Bedroom - Open grate fireplace with attractive tiled inset and ornate surround, sash window to the rear aspect, pedestal wash hand basin, cornicing & picture rail, loft access.

Family Bathroom - Fitted with a modern four piece suite comprising; Low level WC, tiled shower enclosure with mains drench shower and hand shower attachment, vanity wash hand basin with storage beneath, shaver point, deep paned bath, glazed window to the front aspect, recessed ceiling down lighting, ceramic tiled floor, chrome heated towel radiator, under floor heating.

Master Bedroom - Open grate marble fire place with attractive surround, sash bay window to the front aspect, beautiful ornate cornicing, picture rail, two radiators.

Second Floor Landing - Built-in airing cupboard, door to:-

Bedroom - Hardwood double glazed window to the rear aspect, Velux window to the side aspect, radiator, pedestal wash hand basin, open grate fire place with timber surround, radiator.

Basement - The basement is accessed form the hallway and a staircase descends down to the cellar and playroom, This room can also be accessed from the outside.

Cellar - A dry space with light and power, uPVC window to the side aspect, open to:-

Playroom - uPVC double glazed door to rear garden, floor mounted gas fired boiler that serves domestic hot water and the heating system, cupboard, TV point.

Outside - The enclosed rear garden enjoys a sunny orientation and is laid predominantly to lawn and patio with hedge and specimen trees flanking the garden offering a degree of privacy. The patio extends across the back of the property and can be accessed from the utility room and offers the ideal space to sit back and dine alfresco with the wood burning Pizza oven close at hand.

The frontage is set back from the road and offers a double width natural stone paved driveway providing generous off road parking.

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