4 bedroom house for sale

Seddon Road, Bristol

Sold STC £390,000

Property Description

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A spacious 1930's mid terrace house with rustic charm and character, located on a quiet road in the heart of St Werburghs.
Arranged over three floors the property features stripped and exposed floorboards through most of the rooms, four bedrooms, a recently finished loft conversion, two reception rooms and a kitchen that opens onto a circa 60ft long, mature garden.

Accommodation comprises; Main entrance into the hallway with stripped wooden floor and a storage area under the stairs.
At the front of the house is the lead reception room (currently set up as an office) which features a box bay overlooking the front of the property. The wall separating the front and rear reception room has been knocked through to create an impressive open space that runs from the front of the main house through to the back. The back reception room is currently used as a living room and features a log burning stove and looks onto the rear garden. At the rear of the property is a galley kitchen with space for a small dining table and chairs. Comprising a range of wooden wall and base units the kitchen has a farm house style appeal and has space for an under-counter fridge and freestanding cooker. On the opposite wall is a useful pantry cupboard. The room is well naturally lit courtesy of a large Velux window overhead. The back door leads out onto a lean-to which is currently used as a dry store for firewood, tools and bikes. This area leads to a useful downstairs w/c and also provides access onto the garden (see later).

At first floor level there are three bedrooms and a bathroom. The master bedroom is at the front of the property and features built in wardrobes in one of the alcoves whilst the other is shelved. The second double bedroom overlooks the beautiful rear garden and features painted white floorboards, a cast iron original fireplace and built in wardrobes/cupboards in both alcoves either side. Bedroom three is a single room and is situated at the front of the property.

The bathroom is at the rear of the property and features a bath tub with shower over, wash basin and w/c.
Ascend the stairs into the recently converted loft room and you will find a thoughtfully designed double bedroom. The room features Velux windows which has an outlook across St Werburghs where you can see the church and the countryside landscape beyond. There are built in eaves storage cupboards and bookshelves and there are some great details such as the lightly washed and sealed floorboards and the exposed wishbone of the original chimney breast.

Externally, the rear garden has many mature shrubs and trees and you get the sense you really are in a country village setting- peaceful and secluded. There is a coal bunker, a wood bunker and a garden shed. At approximately 60ft long, the garden is big but divided by the apple tree in the centre and several other hedges beyond which makes for a very interesting garden with lots of different useable areas. It is certainly one to experience in person as the photos really cannot do it justice!
To the front of the property there are steps leading up the the front door from the road. There is also a large planted bed full of mature shrubs providing privacy for the front reception room.

The property is approximately 0.4 miles from Montpelier train station (direct link to Bristol Temple Meads), 1 mile from the city centre, convenient for the M32, M4 & M5 and is 1 mile from the independent shops, restaurants cafes and bars on Picton Street, Cheltenham Road & Gloucester Road.

This property is offered with no onward chain and is one of the most accomplished and largest properties you will be able to find in St Werburghs.


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28 August 2018

Nearest stations

  • Stapleton Road (0.5 mi)
  • Montpelier (0.5 mi)
  • Redland (1.0 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Stapleton Road (0.5 mi)
  • Montpelier (0.5 mi)
  • Redland (1.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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2 The Promenade, Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8AL

0117 407 2063 Local call rate

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