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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Henfield Road, Coalpit Heath, Bristol, BS36

Sold STC £785,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Vestibule
  • Drawing room and dining room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Sitting room / office
  • Master bedroom suite
  • Three further bedrooms and a family bathroom
  • Triple car garaging
  • Gardens, terrace and ornamental pond
  • EPC Rating = G

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A significant barn conversion on the cusp of The Kendleshire Golf Club


Serridge Barn is located on the cusp of the immediate Kendleshire Golf Club, a highly regarded 18 hole course. On the cusp of Coalpit Heath there are a range of amenities in proximity and although semi-rural good ease of access to communication links and rail services. The ring road provides ease of access to the M32, Bristol's commercial centre and the M4 and M5, London, South Wales, South West and Midlands respectively. Bristol Parkway Train Station has an extensive schedule of services to not only London but also many other cities nationwide. There are schools, state and independent, notably The Ridings at Winterbourne and Colstons. For sporting pursuits there are not only the aforementioned golf course but also bridle paths and the South Gloucestershire countryside is a popular destination for equestrians.


A substantial family home and former barn, converted circa 1980 from locally sourced stone and with double glazed lattice windows throughout. The property provides generous and versatile family accommodation, designed to the taste and specification of the present owners. There are four bedrooms with generous principal rooms and a further converted barn linked to the principal home which provides live/work and annexe prospects. Fully enclosed and behind established stone walls, there is a large flagstone terrace and lawned garden enjoying a sunny orientation whilst around the periphery there is triple car garaging and gated parking.

The approach to Serridge Barns' accommodation is two fold. The formal entry is via the vestibule which leads via flagstones in to the large and manorial drawing room. This is a versatile space displaying original detail in the form of oak trusses, supports and a beamed authentic ceiling. An inglenook with inset wood burning stove and stone surround is the focal point. From the drawing room steps lead up to the dining room which is dual aspect with doors to a rear courtyard and a further door linking seamlessly to the kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units, laminated surfaces and integrated appliances include an oven, hob and an Alfa. The rear lobby includes a utility and cloakroom. The sitting room with study area lies beyond. This is a light and airy space with a vaulted beamed ceiling and a ceramic tiled floor offering annexe potential.

The first floor includes four bedrooms off the landing with loft storage above. The master bedroom has a plinth for the bed and an oriel window, there is an en suite shower room and a Jack and Jill door back to the landing. The three remaining bedrooms enjoy differing orientations and are served by the comprehensive family bathroom.

The focus externally for the house is the flagstone terrace which incorporates a water feature as the centre piece. The terrace has an advantageous orientation and is an ideal al fresco dining space. Adjacent there is a level lawn around which the present owners have planted many established plants, shrubs and trees. Notable specimens include a Magnolia, Wisteria, Cornus and some evergreens. There is a dedicated Rose garden and elevations are adorned with Virginia Creeper, Climbing Roses and Clematis. There are a range of outbuildings and stores including garages with electrically operated up and over doors and a separate garage which provides additional storage.

Serridge Barn is approached via a pair of electrically operated wooden gates and through a tiled and gabled canopy. A tarmacadam drive provides plenty of off street car parking.

Square Footage: 3,242 sq ft

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Added on Rightmove:
16 May 2017

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