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Kewstoke Road, Stoke Bishop, Bristol, BS9 1HF

£750,000 Sold Subject to Contract

  • This is an absolutely fabulous example of a 1930’s semi-detached family home situated in one of the very best positions in Stoke Bishop for both schools, shops and amenities. Kewstoke Road has always been highly sought after, having a sense of village life within a city being close to a community scout hut and a village hall at the end of the road. The property is also deceptively spacious being over 2400 ft including the garage, arranged over three floors and larger than many of the detached homes within close proximity. The house is approached from the front with steps and a glazed door into a huge reception hallway with large front window, plate rail, engineered oak floor, under stairs cupboard and doors to ground floor rooms. This hallway is so generous it can easily be used as a study or playroom at will. To the left is a spacious sitting room with feature bay window, coving, picture rail and an inset Gazco living-flame fitted gas fire. To the rear of the hallway is a dining room/family room that has patio doors that open out onto the garden, feature hearth, fitted shelving and coving. Also to the rear is a great size kitchen/breakfast room which is 26’ in total length and has a lovely glazed area with lantern light overhead to one end being perfect for enjoying sitting and overlooking the rear garden. The kitchen is of a modern contemporary design with cream high gloss units, built-in Neff double oven, fitted Neff 5-burner gas hob, integrated De Dietrich chimney hood, granite worktop, Franke one and a half bowl sink unit, brushed steel mono block tap, ‘Rational’ German fitted kitchen units, cupboard housing Vaillant boiler for central heating and domestic hot water and Karndean flooring. There are bi-fold side doors, glazed door onto garden, double glazed windows and overhead lantern light. There is a door onto the driveway at the side, a door onto garden and also internal door to a linked single garage with up & over door. At the back of the garage is a useful utility room with fitted units, stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit, plumbing for washing machine and venting for a tumble dryer. Moving to the first floor there is a spacious landing with a beautiful, original stained-glass window, four good bedrooms, one with en suite facility off bedroom 2, a family bathroom with contemporary white suite and a separate WC. Moving to the upper floor there is a double master attic bedroom with two Velux windows to the front and one to the rear and also two eaves storage cupboards. There is a well-appointed en suite shower room with skylight, four-piece suite and eaves storage. Off the front of this room there is also a very useful large, low reduced-height store area which offers very useful additional space. Outside to the front of the house is a tarmac area for parking up to two cars and the driveway continues along the side of the house with parking for additional vehicles that leads to the garage. There is a shrub border to the side and a low retaining brick wall. At the rear there is a manageable and easy to maintain family garden with an attractive sunken patio by the house with steps up to a predominantly lawned area and enclosed by fencing on two sides and a rendered wall. This really is a superb family house and we recommend a viewing at the first opportunity.
This is an absolutely fabulous example of a 1930’s semi-detached family home situated in one of the very best positions in Stoke Bishop for both schools, shops and amenities. Kewstoke Road has always been highly sought after, having a sense of village life within a city being close to a community scout hut and a village hall at the end of the road. The property is also deceptively spacious being over 2400 ft including the garage, arranged over three floors and larger than many of the detached homes within close proximity. The house is approached from the front with steps and a glazed door into a huge reception hallway with large front window, plate rail, engineered oak floor, under stairs cupboard and doors to ground floor rooms. This hallway is so generous it can easily be used as a study or playroom at will. To the left is a spacious sitting room with feature bay window, coving, picture rail and an inset Gazco living-flame fitted gas fire. To the rear of the hallway is a dining room/family room that has patio doors that open out onto the garden, feature hearth, fitted shelving and coving. Also to the rear is a great size kitchen/breakfast room which is 26’ in total length and has a lovely glazed area with lantern light overhead to one end being perfect for enjoying sitting and overlooking the rear garden. The kitchen is of a modern contemporary design with cream high gloss units, built-in Neff double oven, fitted Neff 5-burner gas hob, integrated De Dietrich chimney hood, granite worktop, Franke one and a half bowl sink unit, brushed steel mono block tap, ‘Rational’ German fitted kitchen units, cupboard housing Vaillant boiler for central heating and domestic hot water and Karndean flooring. There are bi-fold side doors, glazed door onto garden, double glazed windows and overhead lantern light. There is a door onto the driveway at the side, a door onto garden and also internal door to a linked single garage with up & over door. At the back of the garage is a useful utility room with fitted units, stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit, plumbing for washing machine and venting for a tumble dryer. Moving to the first floor there is a spacious landing with a beautiful, original stained-glass window, four good bedrooms, one with en suite facility off bedroom 2, a family bathroom with contemporary white suite and a separate WC. Moving to the upper floor there is a double master attic bedroom with two Velux windows to the front and one to the rear and also two eaves storage cupboards. There is a well-appointed en suite shower room with skylight, four-piece suite and eaves storage. Off the front of this room there is also a very useful large, low reduced-height store area which offers very useful additional space. Outside to the front of the house is a tarmac area for parking up to two cars and the driveway continues along the side of the house with parking for additional vehicles that leads to the garage. There is a shrub border to the side and a low retaining brick wall. At the rear there is a manageable and easy to maintain family garden with an attractive sunken patio by the house with steps up to a predominantly lawned area and enclosed by fencing on two sides and a rendered wall. This really is a superb family house and we recommend a viewing at the first opportunity.
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