3 bedroom terraced house for saleSomerset Street, Kingsdown
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- An stunning, light & airy end of terrace town house
- 3 bedrooms, 2 reception rooms
- Wealth of charm, character and fabulous cityscape views
- Mature level walled southerly garden
A stunning, light and airy 3 bedroom, 2 reception room Grade II listed Georgian end of terrace town house dating from circa 1797 with Victorian additions. With a wealth of charm, character, fabulous cityscape views and a mature level walled southerly garden.
Stunning views from this elevated position in a highly prized location within close proximity of excellent state and private schools.
Part of a friendly neighbourhood community - who all love the ambience and character of this historic, unique and cobbled Georgian street so close to the city centre and yet high up above it; so central and handy for the University, hospitals, BBC and Whiteladies Road.
Lower Ground Floor: sitting room with original Georgian open fireplace, utility and wc.
Hall Floor: dining room and kitchen/breakfast room.
First Floor: bedroom 1 and large bathroom/shower room/wc.
,br/>Second Floor: bedroom 2 with en suite shower room and bedroom 3.
Gas central heating.
A very well presented and charming home with a wealth of original features in a convenient and historic part of the city.
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VIEWING & FURTHER INFORMATION:
available exclusively through the sole agents, Richard Harding Estate Agents, tel: 0117 946 6690.
FIXTURES & FITTINGS:
only items mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale. Any other items such as carpets etc. are not included but may be available by separate arrangement.
it is understood that the property is freehold. This information should be checked by your legal adviser.
(50' 0'' x 13' 5'') (15.23m x 4.09m)
pretty stone walled rear garden with two flagstone patio areas and further lawned garden with shrub and flowering plant borders, incorporating apple trees, a wonderful established climbing rose, honeysuckle and clematis to name but a few. Outside light and wooden side gate provides access through stone archway onto Hillgrove Street North. Summer house with additional useful lockable storage to the rear - ideal for bicycles and sporting equipment.
(front) (13' 0'' into chimney recess/cupboard x 11' 8'' into bay) (3.96m x 3.55m)
white suite comprising claw foot roll top bath, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback and shaver/light point, low level wc with wooden seat and lid, walk in tiled shower cubicle with Aqualisa shower and extractor fan. Triple sash bay window to front elevation, stripped wooden floorboards, pretty cast iron period fireplace, period cupboard housing Valliant gas combination boiler, radiator.
Staircase with mahogany handrail and dado rail rises to second floor landing, where doors radiate to bedrooms 2 and 3.
(rear) (16' 3'' into bay x 13' 0'' into chimney recess) (4.95m x 3.96m)
triple sash bay window to rear elevation with breathtaking city views and further sash window to rear elevation. Ceiling coving, stripped wooden floorboards, window seat which doubles up as storage accommodation, attractive period fireplace, stripped wooden floorboards, radiator, ceiling access to attic (boarded to allow for extra storage) and so to the roof.
tiled shower cubicle and wall mounted wash hand basin located just off this bedroom.
(11' 8'' into bay x 11' 5'' min to front of chimney breast) (3.55m x 3.48m)
triple sash bay window to front elevation, attractive period fireplace, recessed cupboard which houses wash hand basin with tiled splashback and has access to the loft, further original cupboard, radiator.
(front) (11' 7'' into bay x 11' 4'' measured behind sink unit) (3.53m x 3.45m)
good range of base and wall mounted units with beech wood work surfaces and further marble work surface with tiled splashbacks, 1½ bowl white enamel sink unit with drainer and mixer tap, plumbing for dishwasher, under cupboard lighting, space for fridge/freezer, gas cooker point with filter hood above, telephone point, radiator, ceiling coving, triple sash bay window to front elevation providing views along Somerset Street with window seat (doubling up as useful storage cupboard).
Staircase with original mahogany handrail and dado rail rises to first floor landing with sash window to side elevation and doors radiate to bedroom 1 and the bathroom/wc.
(rear) (16' 4'' into bay x 11' 4'' rear of cupboard/wardrobe) (4.97m x 3.45m)
triple sash bay window to rear elevation with far reaching city views, ceiling coving and dado rail, pretty period fireplace and original cupboard and further built in wardrobe providing plenty of shelving and hanging space, telephone point, radiator.
UTILITY ROOM with SEPARATE WC:
(overall max incl. of wc 12' 4'' into chimney recess x 7' 7'') (3.76m x 2.31m)
(front) base units with work surfaces, tiled splashback and stainless steel single bowl sink unit with drainer, plumbing for washing machine, electric night storage heater, useful storage, wall mounted electricity and gas meters and fuse box, shelving. WC: white suite, low level wc with wooden seat and lid, wall mounted wash hand basin, radiator, fixed window to side elevation, access to former coal store.
Stairs with original mahogany handrail rise to hall floor level and door to:-
(rear) ) (15' 8'' into bay x 12' 11'' into chimney recess) (4.77m x 3.93m)
ceiling coving, halogen ceiling spotlights, triple sash bay window to rear elevation with wonderful far reaching city views, period panelling to dado rail level, stripped wooden floorboards, wood burning stove effect gas fire to chimney alcove, radiator and useful recess for coats/storage.
from the pavement find solid wooden front door which opens into the house at hall floor level.
dado rail, doors radiate to the dining room and the kitchen/breakfast room and stairs rise to the first floor landing and also descend to the lower ground floor and so to the sitting room.
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
(21' 11'' into bay & incl. staircase x 12' 3'' into chimney recess) (6.68m x 3.73m)
(rear) sash window to rear elevation set in the bay and further bevelled glazed wooden door opens out onto the rear garden. Period open fireplace with cast iron grate and slate hearth and wooden surround, radiator, telephone and tv point. Period stone alcove originally for drawing up water into the house.
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