3 bed Semi-Detached SOLD STC
Asking Price £480,000
Situated at the heart of Westbury-on-Trym, metres from the picturesque, historic part of the village, is this spacious 1930s family home. This house is located on a quiet cul-de-sac of just five houses within minutes walk from all the shops, banks, cafes and bars on offer in the centre of Westbury, as well as the well-regarded local schools with Westbury-on-Trym Primary School being only a five minute walk through the beautiful churchyard and down a back lane. The semi-rural feel of this area in further enhanced by the proximity of the green and expansive Blaise Castle Estate, just a short walk away and visible from the front bedrooms. The house itself is naturally spacious, with an extension to the ground floor to enhance the living/dining area to the rear and scope to further extend into the loft or to the side. Throughout the house there are various charming features including stripped wooden floorboards to the first floor, picture rails and several original doors. The current owners has also made several additions to enhance the house further including a modern Worcester Bosch combi-boiler, bamboo flooring downstairs, an opening through from the kitchen to the living/dining room and wooden shutters in the master bedroom. To the outside of the house there is a private rear garden with a sunny southerly aspect whilst to the front and side of the house there is space to park at least two cars. There is also a large loft space which is part-boarded, has a light and a pull down ladder, with enough space to extend if desired. Viewing this house is strongly advised, with viewings commencing Saturday 25th January, contact Boardwalk Property Co. on 0117 9898222 to arrange your viewing.
Living Room 4.1 x 3.8 (to maximum points, into bay)
Lounge 3.8 x 3.5m
Dining Area 3.5 x 1.7m
Kitchen 2.8 x 2.1m
Utility Area 2.1 x 1.0m
Master Bedroom 3.8 x 3.5m (to maximum points)
Bedroom Two 3.5 x 3.3m
Bedroom Three 2.5 x 2.3m
Bathroom 2.1 x 1.95m
The house has a private rear garden, measuring 14 metres in length, with space to the side which can either be used as parking or garden space. To the front there is a driveway for parking.
Priory Dene is a quiet cul-de-sac in the centre of Westbury-on-Trym, close to the older part of the village In Westbury-on-Trym which is steeped in history, once the site of an early medieval monastery, with a church originally built in 1194 still prominent in the village, around which sit several Grade Two listed cottages and old ecclesiastical college buildings. There are a range of homes from various era's in the area creating a popular suburb where residents tend to stay for some time. Local schools also further enhance the appeal of this area. Within the nearby centre of Westbury-on-Trym there are several cafes and restaurants, including Grupo Lounge, The Mouse and the Post Office Tavern, whilst a short walk away are also the shops, cafés and of Henleaze Road and the Eastfield Inn.. A benefit of this area is the amount of employment in the area, including Southmead Hospital and Airbus, with several buses also running bringing both the City Centre and Cribbs Causeway within easy reach. Within striking distance from the house are several expansive green areas, with long walks to help get away from city life, especially within Blaise Caste but the walks of Badocks Woods are also not far, whilst The Downs is also just a short trip away. Westbury-on-Trym is well suited for those who work in Bristol and require access to the motorway, with both Bristol City Centre and the M5 motorway around ten minutes away by car. Bristol Parkway Train Station is also just a short journey away.
What is Included?
Within the kitchen there is an integrated electric oven and hob included within the sale. In the garden there is a timber shed included within the sale. All other appliances and furniture are not automatically included but may be available for separate negotiation.
Estimated Rental Value
The house has a parking to the front and the option to use the secure space to the side as parking or garden space.
Our Seller Says…
'I've lived in this home for almost 14 years and I can honestly say I wouldn't live anywhere else in Bristol. The location is so quiet and peaceful with a real village atmosphere, yet so convenient with all the shops virtually on my doorstep. I love going for walks through the churchyard and by the stream at the back which is the route I used to take my son to the primary school. It was so safe and so quick to get to the school this way. We also love walking into Blaise which is less than 10 mins walk from the house, Canford Park is closer still and having Cribbs Causeway with all its shops, cinema and restaurants 5 mins drive away is very useful, as is the no 1 bus going into town every 10 minutes. The house itself has been a lovely home for me and my family, feeling spacious and yet cosy at the same time, having everything we as a family would want and need in a home. In the summer you can eat out in the garden anytime as it gets the sun all day long. Again the garden is peaceful and private , not too large yet big enough for the children to play. We have been very happy here and are only moving due to relocation. There is nothing I wouldn't recommend about the house or the area.'
According to the energy performance certificate conducted in 2017, the house is rated as a 'D' for energy efficiency and 'E' for environmental impact, with potential to improve to 'B' and 'C' respectively. According to the Bristol City Council website, the property is rated as 'Good' for solar power potential in future.