Upper Cranbrook Road is made up of larger 1920s homes, a road which runs along the edge of Henleaze and Westbury Park, an ideal spot for walking to several hugely popular areas, from Henleaze Road, down to Gloucester Road to North View. The area also benefits from access by bus, train, bike or on foot into Bristol City Centre for commuters. For those who work in one of the many areas of employment across North Bristol, this house is in a very convenient spot. For those in search of green open spaces, Redland Green and Clifton Downs are just a short walk away, which is hugely popular with runners, cyclists, as well as dog walkers with around 400 acres of space to utilise. The proximity of Waitrose and the Scott (Orpheus) Cinema, a couple of minutes’ walk away, is also regularly seen as an advantage for the residents of this area. The size of the homes that make up the neighbourhood make it a popular place for growing families and this pocket of grand homes are rarely available and often in high demand for their versatile and practical spaces. The area has a great balance of urban and suburban, with many popular places in all directions, making it an area that is very popular to live for a range of people. For families, the incredibly popular Redland Green School is just over half a mile away and Westbury Park Primary School even closer.
This substantial 1920s family home is placed on Upper Cranbrook Road, offering the opportunity to restore and develop into your style of modern-day living. There is a driveway to the right of the property that leads through to the entrance, which has the period door leading you to a beautifully tiled entrance hall. To the front, there is a reception room with a bay that looks out onto the tree-lined road and an additional reception room that has been used as an office space. The stud wall separating the two could be removed in order to restore the original full width. To the rear of the property, there is another reception room with a door opening up onto the south-west facing garden. The dining room houses the gas-fired boiler and leads through to the galley kitchen units to either side, and a w/c at the end. The first floor comprises four large double bedrooms, as well as a bathroom, with a loft above that holds the potential for extension, extending this already significantly sized home. Through the kitchen to the garden, there is a patio ideal for social occasions and a well-proportioned lawn beyond. The driveway to the right of the house leads through the garden to a garage that measures at just over nine metres squared.
This incredible opportunity to create the perfect family home is offered with a completed full structural report and no onward chain.
Council tax band F.