A fine example of a 4 bedroom semi detached 1930s home that has been immaculately kept, within the core of BS9. The property offers a wonderful lifestyle with amenities just around the way and excellent local schools including the extremely sought after Elmlea Infant and Junior School.
The house is accessed via an entrance porch with ceiling light and built in cupboards housing the utilities. The main entrance is spacious and welcoming with stunning original features including the wooden flooring, plate rail and lead piped window and door to the front. It also offers access to the 2 reception rooms, the kitchen/diner, stairwell to first floor and a rather useful understairs cupboard. The lounge is to the front with a lovely large bay window, providing lots of natural light, coving, picture rail, coal effect gas fire with surround and wall lights. The rear reception room is currently arranged as a formal dining area but could also be used as a great family room with built in gas fire, windows to rear and French doors leading to the garden. The kitchen/diner has been extended and opened up with windows to side, French doors to rear and skylights. The kitchen comprises a range of wall and base units, worktops, sink/drainer, built in gas hob, stainless steel cookerhood and electric oven, integrated dishwasher, plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge/freezer and wall mounted gas Worcester boiler.
To the first floor, the landing has an obscured window to side, access the 3 bedrooms (2 of which are well proportioned doubles) and a good sized single to the front. The family bathroom is well presented and comprises a white suite; bath with shower attachment, wash hand basin with vanity unit, airing cupboard with tank and obscured window to side. There is also a separate WC with obscured window to side.
The loft has been converted to make a fantastic, large double bedroom with window to rear and skylights to the front. There is also storage into the eaves and a fitted cupboard with space for hanging clothes. Off the second landing there is an additional shower room with a shower cubicle, low level WC, wash hand basin, obscured window to side and storage in to the eaves.
To the front of the house there is a low-level brick wall, an area laid to stone chippings and off-street parking for up to 2 cars. To the rear is in the most stunning garden which has been landscaped to follow the sun as it goes through the day. Immediately off the house is a raised patio area which enjoys the morning sun, then the majority of the garden is laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees and then towards the end of the garden is a patio area to enjoy the late evening sun. Furthermore, there is secure side access and outside tap. Properties of this quality are rare to the market so viewing is highly recommended to avoid disappointment.
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