A fine example of a 3 bedroom semi detached home in prime Stoke Bishop. The property has been within the same family since circa 1956 and lends itself as a superb family home with huge potential. In the area there is a lovely community feel and it sits within easy reach of local schools and amenities. A fantastic property to place your own stamp on and sold with no onward chain.
The property is accessed to the front into an entrance porch with a painted brick floor. The entrance hall is grand and inviting with original wooden door, high ceilings, picture rail, access to the two reception rooms, kitchen, stairwell to the first floor, built in storage and the downstairs WC. The front reception offers a bay window to the front, features such as the coving and picture rail and is light and airy. The rear reception room has a rear bay and connects with the garden, fireplace with surround, picture rail and is neutral in décor. The kitchen has window to the side, wall and base units, worktop, stainless steel sink/drainer, space for cooker, fridge/freezer and plumbing for washing machine. Off this is a rather useful utility area with space for additional white goods such as tumble dryer or additional fridge/freezer and door leading to garden.
To the first floor is the landing that gives access to the three bedrooms as well as the family bathroom and separate WC. Bedroom 1 is to the front with bay window, picture rail and built in cupboard. Bedroom 2 is to the rear of the property with fantastic views over the rear garden and beyond, picture rail and airing cupboard with wall mounted Worcester gas boiler. Bedroom 3 is a great single or study with box window to the front and picture rail. The bathroom has obscured window to rear, bath with electric shower over, ‘his and her’ sink with storage beneath, extractor fan and access to the loft. The WC is separate with obscured window to side.
To the front there is a low-level stone wall with a well stocked front garden with some beautiful roses. There is off street parking with the drive laid to block paving and access to the carport and a garage with double doors and benefits power and lighting. To the rear is a stunning mature and well-stocked garden with a number of fruit trees including; pear trees, apple trees and plum tree. It is laid mainly to lawn with summer house, secure side access and its aspect connects with the afternoon/evening sun. Lastly there is rear lane access.
Positioned wonderfully well in Stoke Bishop that connects with the local community, schools and provides easy access to the shops on Druid Hill. The local schools include; Stoke Bishop Church of England Primary School (approx. 655m), Elmlea Infant School (approx. 763m). By way of secondary education there is the Bristol Free School or convenient access to a number of independent schools. Transport links are extremely good with bus routes locally on Parrys Lane and Stoke Hill. Sea Mills station is approximately 15 minutes walk and provides a train service into Bristol Temple Meads station. By way of open green spaces, the Durdham Downs are just up the way as well as Stoke Lodge being within close vicinity and Old Sneed Park Nature Reserve. There are some wonderful cycle routes also on offer.