Courtney Road is the premier road of Kingswood, offering substantial detached period homes with large driveways, set back from the wide road. The area is hugely popular with families due to the versatile family homes and the space of the gardens which many properties offer. The nearby Courtney Primary School, Park Primary School, and several more have been rated a ‘Good’ rating from Ofsted contributing more to this area being such a sought-after family location. There are a number of high streets accessible from the area, including Lodge Causeway, Kingswood High Street, and Church Road. Like much of East Bristol, this area benefits from being accessible, not only for Bristol City Centre but also for access into Bath and for the M4 making it very popular with young professionals. This property is also within easy reach of the increasingly popular area of Hanham and all of the local amenities that it has to offer.
Situated on Courtney Road is this stunning four-story, five double bedroom home on the beautiful Courtney Road. Upon entry, you are met by 1930s stained glass windows encased in exposed wooden frames. The hall floor comprises a large reception room with an exposed brick feature wall and stained glass bayfront, a utility room with a toilet, as well as an 8-metre kitchen dining room that offers the perfect social space. On the first floor, there are four double bedrooms, the master having a room running off it that could be used for an ensuite or dressing room, as well as a family bathroom. The top floor is a versatile space, offering the new owners the opportunity to mould the space how they would like to. The main room on this floor has been plastered, with two large skylights, which would make the perfect bedroom or office. The second room has the potential to be turned into another bathroom, or dressing room, as well as having the option to add another skylight in. In order to increase the head height of the cellar, the current vendors removed a substantial amount of earth. The result is a truly useable space, whether you use it to relax, socialise, or blend the inside with the garden, opening up the bifold doors. Towards the back of the cellar, there are two rooms, with the first room offering substantial storage, and offering the option to convert into a sauna or wetroom, and the second room is designed to turn into a music studio. There is the opportunity to convert the cellar, turning it into a self-contained annexe at over 700 square feet. The mature south-west facing garden has a patio section just out of the cellar, garden nook, as well as side access to the front of the property. Further up the lawn, there is a Scotts Pine and Redwood, as well as raised beds that kiss the borders of the garden, offering the perfect opportunity to grow wildflowers.