3 bed End of Terrace SOLD STC
Asking Price £330,000
An attractive double-bay fronted three bedroom home presented to a high standard throughout and benefitting from a brilliant lawned rear garden and patio which is west facing. The house is beautifully presented throughout, offering several stylish features such as stripped wooden floorboards, large French doors to the rear, and a beautiful stained glass window to the side.
To the downstairs are two large reception rooms. The living room with large bay window boasts attractive alcove shelving. The rear dining room has full height French doors opening onto the garden. The kitchen with additional utility area completes the ground floor.
The first floor has two large double bedrooms. The master benefits from large full height fitted wardrobes with sliding doors. There is a single bedroom and a high spec bathroom to the rear with underfloor heating and modern waterfall tap.
The vendor has thoughtfully improved the house over time with an emphasis on energy efficiency; a modern combi boiler, external wall insulation and underfloor insulation was fitted a few years ago, significantly reducing the running costs of the home as well as providing an attractive external appearance. The full height attic is well insulated and boarded and has pull down ladder access; it offers the potential to expand upwards as many properties on the street have done. The house is very well-positioned for access to the M32, and for major employers such as the M.o.D and Southmead Hospital. It's a short walk to Gloucester Road, St Werburgh's and about 25 mins to the City Centre.
The home benefits from being a minute's walk to Stoke Park estate, and local woodland. Contact Boardwalk Property Co. on 01179898222 to arrange your viewing.
Living Room 4.37m X 3.40m
Dining Room 3.56m X 3.76m
Master Bedroom 4.55m X 3.25m
Bedroom Two 3.76m X 3.58m
Bedroom 3 2.92m X 2.21m
Bathroom 1.85m X 1.78m
To the rear of the house is an impressive private garden measuring 28m x 7m. The garden has an open aspect to the rear, with access available via a rear lane. The house also has a front garden and access around the side of the house to the rear garden.
This house is situated on Shaldon Road on the south eastern side of Horfield, close to the Narroways/Boiling Wells Lane area which can lead quickly to St Werburghs and Ashley Down. It is an area which has become popular for the size of houses and plot, and the potential to extend. 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 tap rooms, 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 the new Lockleaze Sports 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, 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 leisurely 25 minute walk via St Werburgh's. The property also offers very easy access (just over the road!) to the expansive Stoke Park Estate as well as local woodland, sports fields and Horfield Common.
Estimated Rental Value
There is potential for off-street parking at the end of the garden, off the rear lane. Parking on the road is free at all times.
Our Sellers Say…
'We've owned number 82 since 2013, and have particularly enjoyed the large garden and light, airy rooms. The easy access to Gloucester Road and the two major railway stations reduced our reliance on cars significantly, and we've really enjoyed walking and cycling our city. The access to Stoke Park just over the road has provided calm walks at any time of year either up towards Cheswick Village for a coffee at Boston Tea Party, or through to Frenchay Village along the Frome Valley (ending in a relaxed drink or family lunch at the White Lion). We've really enjoyed our time here, and hope it provides a similarly lovely home to whoever buys it.'
Awaiting updated EPC since the addition of external wall insulation and other improvements. According to the Bristol City Council website, the property has 'Very Good' solar power potential.