This a wonderful spacious 1930’s 4-bedroom semi-detached family home is located at the end of a lovely quiet cul-de-sac. The street has a wonderful thriving community spirit and the current owner of this house have previously lived in another property within this road, so with over 40 years of being an Eastover Close resident, it really is testament to the lifestyle it bestows. This particular home has an exceptional size garden for its type as well as quite superb views over much of the city, of which you will see in some of the photographs.
It is also a convenient location, being within walking distance of the local shops Westbury Village and is within the Westbury on Trym Academy and Bristol Free School catchment areas.
Access is gained across its paved driveway to a front door, opening into a welcoming classic hallway with staircase to upper floor, doors to two reception rooms, one opening into a breakfast room which includes a further staircase to further lower floor space. To the front is a dining room with leaded bay window, recessed feature fireplace and coving. Adjoining to the rear is an extended c.25’x12’ large living room with central feature fireplace and at the end sliding patio doors that opens onto a raised terrace with great aspect over the garden and beyond. The breakfast room as mentioned has a side window, external side back door and is open plan to the kitchen and there’s a staircase to lower floor. The kitchen has dual aspect windows, the rear one with fabulous far reaching views, has an extensive range of timber fronted units, built-in Bosch double oven, integrated Bosch dishwasher, fitted AEG gas hob, integrated chimney hood and ceramic tiled floor. Down the staircase off the breakfast room is further living space with another home office/reception room with fitted desk and matching units, has sliding patio doors opening directly out onto garden and there are two useful restricted height rooms storage etc. To complete the ground floor accommodation is a cloakroom off the hallway.
The first-floor landing is light and airy and access to the four good size bedrooms, family bathroom and a well-appointed separate shower room. Bedrooms 1 and 2 has the unique advantage of being able to access to a large decked roof terrace that has amazing far reaching views over Bristol’s suburbs.
Outside, to the front of the house a large nicely designed paved driveway with space to park up to four cars, has access to a detached garage and has established shrubbery to one side. The rear garden is probably the most prominent and exceptional feature of this home, as it is just such a wonderful size that spans outwards, with many different areas to benefit the active family or keen gardener. There is patio area by the house and steps onto a very large lawn area which is gently terraced downwards and overall, very nicely landscaped. There are two feature garden ponds, an old air raid shelter that has had added a feature ornamental roof and a good size decking area in front for family entertaining. Throughout is an array of established hedgerows, trees, shrubs and plants as well as colourful flower borders. This really isn’t a garden you would get bored of and really has to be seen to be appreciated.