3 bedroom House - Semi-Detached - Sold Subject to Contract
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This beautiful home is situated on Wordsworth Road, on the border of Horfield and Lockleaze, close to the Narroways/Boiling Wells Lane area which can lead quickly to St Werburghs and Ashley Down. It is an area that has become popular for the size of houses and plots, and the potential to extend. With great schools in the surrounding area, including the Little Foxes Forest School, Stoke Park Primary School and CST Trinity Academy, it is very popular with families. At the end of the road, Gainsborough Square offers local shops, a café, takeaways and a large children's play area. The area benefits from being close to the top of Gloucester Road, in reach of many popular independent shops, pubs and cafés. Local food and drink choices within walking distance include Boston Tea Party, Fierce and Noble and Wiper and True taprooms, The Lazy Dog and a number of choices available on Gloucester Road. For sports fans both The Memorial Stadium and The County Cricket Ground are nearby whilst all the sports facilities of Lockleaze Sports Centre, Horfield Leisure Centre, Filton College and U.W.E. are also close. The area benefits hugely from its proximity to major areas of employment, such as Southmead Hospital, MoD, Airbus and Rolls-Royce and this is a highly convenient residence for anyone who needs regular access to these places, as well as Bristol City Centre via the M32, train from Filton Abbey Wood or a 3-mile walk via St Werburgh’s. The property also offers very easy access to the expansive Stoke Park Estate as well as local woodland, sports fields and Horfield Common.
A three bedroom semi-detached home on Wordsworth Road in Horfield, lovingly renovated by the exiting owners. To the ground floor, there is an entrance hallway laid to floorboards with open under-stairs space for storage followed by a WC and tiled bathroom. The tasteful living room includes stripped floorboards, a feature fireplace and shelving within the alcoves. Via the lounge you can find a stylish Wren kitchen with quartz worktops and built-in appliances. Adjacent to the kitchen is a storage area with cupboard where the recently fitted boiler can be found alongside the door to the rear garden. Upstairs, each room has been plastered and redecorated and each have original doors and fireplaces retaining its 1930's character.
Outside to the front, a new driveway and fences have been laid whilst adding some raised flowerbeds and young trees. There is also side access, perfect for dog owners and cyclists. The rear garden is an exciting opportunity for those who are 'green-fingered' with a huge opportunity for adding more flowerbeds and veg patches. It has mostly been laid to lawn with the addition of a new shed, a fabulous space for those who love to entertain!
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