We are delighted to offer this attractive and spacious (circa 1,346 sq. ft) 3 bedroom late 1920's detached colonial style single storey property, situated in a good size plot overlooking the Trym Valley which is part of the Blaise Estate. The house has recently had planning approval in 2018 to create a substantial 2 storey detached dwelling in excess of 2500 Sq. feet. The planning reference is 17/06630/H
The current property offers a large living space with a circa. 30ft x 18ft lounge/family/dining room with triple aspect windows and a feature cast iron wood burning stove. Adjoining this room is a kitchen/breakfast room with a range of fitted timber fronted wall and base units, large Belfast sink with mixer tap, space for dishwasher, washing machine, fridge/freezer and a wall mounted boiler. Both of these living spaces open onto the gardens which surround the property on three sides. The 3 bedrooms are situated to the other side of the bungalow and are all double size rooms and there is a well-appointed family bathroom. Throughout the property the majority of the ground floor has Oak Herringbone flooring. The house also has the benefit of double-glazed windows and gas fired central heating.
Outside, to the front, it is approached off Dingle Road and then two 5 bar gates open onto a gravelled driveway with parking for 4 cars. The front garden has been beautifully landscaped with attractive design features including a large border full of established plants, shrubs and mature trees. There is an extensive lawned area that runs from the front border and continues quite some way to the side to a corner point, where throughout there are many young trees including a number of Chinese Privet, a number of Himalayan Birch, a huge beautiful Copper Beech Tree and a Cherry Blossom. To the rear, behind the property, there is a recently laid private patio that enjoys a fabulous tree lined outlook over the Trym Valley. To the side of this patio, also being directly behind the property there are ground works already prepared for the rear extension if desired, as shown on the Bristol City Council Plans.
This is a truly unique and rare property that offers huge extension potential with planning already approved and we highly recommend a viewing at the first opportunity.
The bungalow is situated in the Kingsweston and Trym Valley conservation area, on the borders of Stoke Bishop. Local amenities are available in Stoke Bishop, Westbury-on-Trym and Sea Mills. The location affords convenient access to the motorway networks and Bristol City Centre.