Attractive and spacious (circa 1,346 sq. ft) 3 bedroom late 1920's detached bungalow, situated in a good size plot overlooking the Trym Valley conservation area. Equally suitable for families or those looking to live on one level in this convenient location.
Approached via a shared drive with the neighbouring property and then via a five bar timber gate into a private drive and turning area. A porch opens into a hallway with beautiful polished Oak Herringbone flooring which extends throughout the majority of the ground floors of the property. The bedrooms are positioned to the right hand side with the living accommodation to the left providing access onto the largest part of the garden.
A prominent feature of the house is a spacious triple aspect,light filled living room which also boasts log burner, exposed ceiling beams and floor to ceiling windows at the far end with South Westerly aspect incorporating French Doors opening onto the garden. At circa 30ft x 18ft it offers plenty of space for dining tables, sofas etc. Adjacent to the living 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 gas fired central heating boiler. The 3 bedrooms are situated to the other side of the bungalow and are all double size rooms. The bedrooms are serviced via a bathroom with white suite.
The plot borders Dingle Road on one side and Trym Valley on the other and is well screened with a variety of trees and shrubs. The rear outlook in summer is completely green without another house is sight. A rarity in a city location! There is a lawn 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 To the rear, behind the property, there is a recently laid private patio. 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. Ground works for the rear extension are in place.
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.