4 bed End of Terrace SOLD STC
Asking Price £460,000
A beautifully presented and brilliantly maintained end of terrace family home. Built in the early 20th century, this home has generous room proportions, character and some lovely original features. The current owners have lived in the house for over 20 years and have lovingly improved and maintained this spacious house. The kitchen is particularly impressive, being a wide room designed by the current owner for regular baking, with lots of work surface and several integrated Bosch appliances. The house has been extended to the rear, where it has a south-westerly aspect, the garden providing a private sun-trap. To the back of the garden is an easily accessible single garage with power, ideal for those who need a workshop space. This is a house with a lot of long-term potential, with the large footprint of the house giving it a spacious loft area which would be perfect for conversion for another bedroom. Hampstead Road is a popular and prestigious, wide residential road in between Brislington and Knowle, in a pocket of spacious Victorian and Edwardian homes on the fringe of Arnos Court Park. The area is popular not only for the size of the homes but for the central and convenient location, within comfortable commuting distance from the City Centre, by bus, bike or on foot.
Living Room 4.8 x 3.9m (into bay)
Dining Area 4.3 x 3.1m
Kitchen 4.8 x 3.1m
Conservatory 3.1 x 3.1m
Master Bedroom 4.8 x 3.1m
Bedroom Two 3.7 x 3.1m
Bedroom Three 3.5 x 3.1m (to maximum points)
Bedroom Four 3.1 x 1.8m
Bathroom 2.9 x 1.9m (to maximum points)
The house has a fantastic private garden to the rear, with a south-westerly aspect. To the end of the garden is a timber garage and shed. The garage is in a favourable position on the lane which allows easy access to the car. Both the garage and the shed have power, making them useable as workshop spaces.
Hampstead Road is situated on the south-western side of Brislington, to the south-east of Knowle, in between the Wells and Bath Roads which both provide access to the city through the south-easterly suburbs. The road is made up of mostly substantial Victorian homes and it runs from Arnos Court Park to Talbot Road. The area is just a short walk to shops and amenities of Sandy Park Road Wells Road, with Paintworks and Avonmeads Retail Park also a short journey. Just a short distance from the house is the Arnos Court Park, which provides a great area for runners and dog-walkers, for those looking for more of an escape from the city, the proximity of the nearby Wells Road allows ease of access to North East Somerset and Chew Valley. For commuters, this area is very well placed, just a short distance from Bristol City Centre and Bristol Temple Meads Station.
What is Included?
Within the kitchen there is an integrated Bosch electric oven, grill and hob included within the sale. There is also Bosch integrated fridge, freezer and washing machine in the kitchen, all included within the sale. In the master bedroom and third bedroom there are built-in storage cupboards included within the sale. Other appliances and furniture are not automatically included but may be available for separate negotiation.
Estimated Rental Value
The house has a garage which gives off-street parking off a lane to the rear. Parking on the street is readily available and free.
Our Sellers Say…
'During our time here, amenities have improved substantially. The street is now much quieter since the exit at the bottom of the road leading into Kings Road was made one-way. In the past few years, we have a 24 hour Tesco within a 10 minute walk and Sainsbury's no more than 15 minutes away. On the way to Tescos there are the local allotments for anyone interested in growing your fruit and vegetables.
We have an excellent regular bus service serving both Bristol and Bath, and the Avonmeads Retail Park has plenty of shops and entertainment such as Cinema and Ten Pin Bowling.
We are a 15 minute drive to the M32 with links to both the M4 and M5.'
Awaiting updated energy performance certificate. According to the Bristol City Council website, the property has 'Good' solar power potential.