3 bedroom house for saleDundry Lane, Dundry, Bristol
- Detached Bungalow
- Potential Development Opportunity
- Knockdown & Rebuild
- Loft Conversion
- Off Street Parking / Car Port
- Good Size Plot
- EPC Rating - TBC
REFURBISHMENT / REDEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY.
A most interesting property offering a superb development opportunity (Subject to the necessary consents) for a loft conversion or knockdown and rebuild.
Set in a wonderful position, elevated up, along Dundry Hill, offering the most fabulous views across to Bristol, and on a clear day, with views of all three bridges.
The property currently has a living room, dining room, sitting room, conservatory, a kitchen, utility room, two bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Externally there is a decent plot with an outbuilding / shed, along with off street parking and a car port.
No Onward Chain.
Location - The village of Dundry is located in an elevated position just 5 miles from the centre of Bristol, with the property affording magnificent views covering some forty miles length of the River Severn in the area of Chepstow, Newport and Cardiff, backed by the Black Mountains and Brecon Breacons. The Severn Bridges are more recent additions to this aspect and an interesting comparison can be made with Brunel's famous Clifton Suspension Bridge, which spans the Avon Gorge just west of Bristol. All viewed from the property.
The Village benefits from a primary school, pun and British Legion Club, whilst in easy reach of Bristol with its vast array of facilities along with the Chew Valley with its schools, shops and leisure.
Entrance Hall - Accessed through a wooden obscure glazed door, a spacious entrance hall with door leading off, to the living room, two bedrooms, family bathroom, utility room and the kitchen / dining room.
Living Room - 6.71m x 4.29m (22 x 14'1) - A triple aspect room with ceiling lights, radiator, television point.
Kitchen & Dining Room - 8.10m x 2.46m (26'7 x 8'1) - A front and side aspect room with the kitchen to one end and an area with space for a dining table and chairs, the other.
The kitchen has been fitted with a range of base and eye level units, sink and drainer unit, oven and a hob, space for a fridge and freezer.
Utility Room - 3.10m x 1.45m (10'2 x 4'9 ) - A rear aspect room, with units and a work-top, also a low level WC.
Sitting Room - 4.55m x 2.62m (14'11 x 8'7 ) - A front to back room with windows to each end, windows and a door to the conservatory.
Conservatory - 4.37m x 2.18m (14'4 x 7'2) - A spacious room with an access to the rear garden.
Master Bedroom - 4.50m x 3.84m (14'9 x 12'7 ) - A front aspect room with a window, ceiling light, radiator.
Bedroom Two - 3.45m x 3.12m (11'4 x 10'3 ) - A rear aspect room with a window, ceiling light, radiator.
Family Bathroom - A rear aspect room with an obscure glazed window, suite comprising corner bath, low level WC and a corner wash hand basin.
Outside - The plot is of a good size, and offers great scope to knock down and re-build a new property, or for modernising and re-development of the existing, subject to the necessary consents.
Joint Agents Eveland Land & Property Brokers.
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